About La Habra

Located at Orange County's northernmost corner, La Habra is 7.3 square miles with a population of 61,789 and approximately 21,000 households. A quiet residential community, it is conveniently located within an hour's drive of many beaches, mountain, and desert recreation areas.

Schools, Careers & City Focus
A full-service city employing over 275 people on a full-time basis, La Habra provides a full range of services, including police protection, water and sanitation services, street maintenance, animal control, permit processing, and recreation programs. Within the City are 3 outstanding school districts, which combined operate 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 public high schools. A number of private and specialty schools also exist including preschools and those for the developmentally challenged. The City continues to focus on public safety, capital improvements, economic development, customer service, and beautification.

Community Programs
La Habra also offers a distinctive and well-rounded program of civic, recreational, social and cultural services to its residents, including 20 parks, a Children's Museum, Community Theater, Tennis Center, and diverse Community Center. Community services include senior citizen programs, recreation classes, youth and adult sports programs, facility rentals, and an active volunteer program.
  1. Lifestyle in La Habra

  2. Local Points of Interest

    La Habra is home to many points of interest, from the World Famous Corn Festival to the Children's Museum. Many of these sites are described here.

  3. History

    Located at Orange County's northernmost corner, La Habra today is 7.3 square miles, with a population of nearly 62,000. A quiet bedroom community, it is conveniently located within an hour's drive of many beaches, mountain, and desert recreation areas. Information on the City's history, City Tree, City Flower, and Mission Statement can be found here.

  4. Schools

    La Habra youth are served by three public school districts. Within the City's boundaries, there are 10 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 2 public high schools, and 1 private high school. Links to each of the school district's websites are listed here.

  5. Demographics

  6. Move More, Eat Healthy Campaign

    The Move More, Eat Healthy La Habra Campaign recognizes that healthy eating and regular physical activity are key ingredients to good health at any age.

  7. Support the City's Adopted Military Unit

    The City is seeking donations for its adopted military unit, Charlie Company, 426th Brigade Support Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, currently on a 9-month deployment. If you would like to support Charlie Company, there are several ways to help.