Victor Valley, California
Victor Valley is part of the Inland Empire which is a large metropolitan area east of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, also known as the Southland. It is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area and is east of the Antelope Valley. Victor Valley has four incorporated cities and fifteen unincorporated communities, and an estimated population just under 400,000. The largest communities are Victorville with an estimated population of 122,000, Hesperia with a population of approximately 92,500, Apple Valley with a population of approximately 71,500, and Adelanto with a population of approximately 32,000. Smaller communities include Lucerne Valley, Phelan, and Spring Valley Lake.
Victorville, incorporated in 1962, is the largest city in the Victor Valley with a population of approximately 122,000. Victorville is bordered by Apple Valley on the west, Hesperia on the south, and Adelanto on the west. Palmdale is about 53 miles to the west, Lancaster is about 58 miles to the northwest, and Downtown Los Angeles is about 85 miles to the southwest.
Spring Valley Lake
Spring Valley Lake is a census - designated place in the Victor Valley which is within San Bernardino County. The population is approximately 8,500. Apple Valley is to the north and east, Hesperia is to the south, and Victorville is to the south and west.
Spring Valley Lake Association
The Spring Valley Lake Association is a non-profit, homeowners association that is the governing body for Spring Valley Lake which consists of 4,213 individual lots and homes, three condominium communities, and extensive common areas. The common area amenities include a beautiful 200 acre water-ski lake with a marina and swimming beach area, a community center, three parks, fourteen fishing areas, an 18-hole golf course, and an equestrian center.