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  • Living in Hemet

    • City of Hemet
    • City Entertainment
    • City Wine & Dine Spots
    • Career Education

    City Specs

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    Hemet is a city in the San Jacinto Valley in Riverside County, California. It covers a total area of 27.8 square miles (72 km2), about half of the valley, which it shares with the neighboring city of San Jacinto. The population was 78,657 at the 2010 census.

    The founding of Hemet predates the formation of Riverside County. The formation of Lake Hemet helped the city to grow and stimulated agriculture in the area. The city is known for being the home of The Ramona Pageant, California's official outdoor play. Started in 1923, the play is one of the longest running outdoor plays in the United States. Hemet has been named a Tree City USA for 20 years by the Arbor Day Foundation for its dedication to the local forest. The city is home to the Hemet Valley Medical Center, a 320-bed general hospital.

    Things To Do
    • Hemet Museum
    • Western Science Center
    • Diamond Valley
    • Finger Prints
    • Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre
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    The Hemet Heritage Foundation exists as a local organization whose primary focus is the San Jacinto Valley, its rich history and its broad inventory of buildings, homes, scenic attractions, its Museum exhibits and other points of interest.

    ​The membership of this non-profit organization is dedicated to the mission of preserving and protecting our area's past so as to imbue in both young and old alike, continued appreciation and reverence for this unique and remarkable place.

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    Founded in 2006, the Western Science Center is committed to researching and sharing the natural world, from the Inland Empire and beyond.

    Metropolitan Water District of Southern California began excavating the manmade resevoir that would become known as Diamond Valley Lake in the early 1990s. At the time, it was the largest earthworks project in North America.

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    At The Diamond, you will discover some of the best fishing in the state. World-renowned for its black bass fishing, we are home to bluegill and redear sunfish, rainbow trout, and both blue and channel catfish. The Diamond attracts fisherman from all over the world ready and willing to test their skills against monster sized fish in these waters. Will you be remembered as a record-breaking Diamond Master?

    Monster sized fishes await. Come test your fishing skills at The Diamond today!

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    Fingerprints Youth Museum is a non-profit 501 organization, governed by United Communities Network.

    UCN oversees the successful operation of The Children's Museum, and is assisted by our team, who provide direction in the areas of administration, finance, marketing, public relations and exhibits.

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    The Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre is a community non-profit organization. Its purpose is to insure the annual presentation of the California Historic Outdoor Pageant, Ramona, contribute to tourism and continuing educational programs that promote the arts, California history, national humanity efforts, and native American history with quality outdoor theater entertainment.

    Wine & Dine Spots
    • Steer 'n Stein Restaurant
    • California Fish Grill
    • Cuca's Mexican Food
    • Little Angies
    • Ono Hawaiian BBQ
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    Steer ‘n Stein was founded out of necessity on October 27, 1967 in Huntington Beach, California. I was unemployable, needed a job and place to eat, so I created all these for myself. It continues to exist today because the necessity still exists. Steer ’n Stein in Huntington Beach is no longer, but has branched out into locations throughout Southern California. Steer ‘n Stein was created without direction… some kind of dream… no recipes… and no money. Many, many years later we still have some kind of menu… no recipes… and lots of credit.

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    Relaxed chain serving fried & charbroiled seafood, plus chicken & fish tacos, beer & wine.

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    Established in 1989, Cuca's Mexican Food is a family owned and operated business. With locations in Inland Empire, Foothill Ranch and now Las Vegas.

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    Little Angies is a family-owned restaurant operated since 2007 located at 2110 E Florida Ave Hemet, CA 92545.

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    Founded in 2002, Ono Hawaiian BBQ is a family-owned fast casual restaurant known for our authentic Hawaiian Plate Lunches and other island specialties. Ono Hawaiian uses the freshest ingredients, prepared from scratch daily in each restaurant and grilled fresh to order. With locations in California and Arizona, we aim to combine the culture and “Aloha” spirit of Hawaii into our restaurants to bring a taste of the islands with exceptional service in an inviting atmosphere.

    Colleges / Universities
    • Hemet High School
    • Platt College
    • High Desert Medical College
    • Western Center Academy
    • Mt San Jacinto College
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    Hemet High School (formerly known as Hemet Union High School until 1965) is a public high school of approximately 2,400 students located in East Hemet, California and is part of the Hemet Unified School District. The school was first founded in 1894 and has been moved to different campus sites in the past. The school has been operating at its present campus site since 1972. Hemet High is accredited by the WASC Accrediting Commission for Schools. The campus has since began construction expansion again and was completed in 2012.

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    Serving the Greater Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire areas for over 30 years, Platt College offers degree programs to train graduates for careers in the legal, business, medical, information technology, and creative fields.

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    High Desert Medical College (HDMC) is a Legacy Education Institution. Our staff is highly educated, experienced and offers a winning approach to providing career training for students to prepare them for the best and hottest career fields.

    To help you reach your career goals, we provide in-depth programs that give you hands-on experience in a supportive environment. On-campus studying is easy at our growing schools, which feature a media room, lounge and library. Our career school teaching staff is consistently available and encourages constant communication for the best in training.

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    Western Center Academy actively engages students in learning science, technology, engineering and math. Learners will be well-prepared for a STEM major and STEM career through a combination of rigorous, accelerated coursework as well as opportunities for community service, project-based learning, educational outreach, technology integration, and working with practicing scientists and engineers.

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    Mt. San Jacinto College is a comprehensive community college that is one of California’s 116 community colleges. A single college District, MSJC serves a 1,700-square-mile area from the San Gorgonio Pass to Temecula. We serve students throughout this region from the San Jacinto, Menifee Valley, Temecula Valley and San Gorgonio Pass campuses, and many off-site locations.

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