Hacienda Heights is located about 20 miles south east of Los Angeles. It has approximately 55,000 residents comprised primarily of middle- and upper-middle class single-family homes, which are part of the County of Los Angeles. It is surrounded by other suburban cities and unincorporated communities such as Rowland Heights, Whittier, La Habra Heights, West Covina, and the City of Industry. This hillside community is quiet and serene, with shopping centers interspersed throughout; it is well known for its many trees, open spaces, and beautiful sceneries. Residents enjoy six local parks including Stimson, Pepperbrook, Los Robles, Manzanita, Thomas Burton, and Country Wood Parks. A Noted community landmark in is the His Lai Temple, which is the largest Buddhist temple in North America; it reflects the traditional architecture of ancient Chinese monasteries. One of the community’s premiere annual events is its “I Love America” Multicultural Parade, which started in 1988. The parade includes performances by dragon dancers as well as local high school bands.
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