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Poway California The Best Place To Live

Are you looking to learn more about Poway, California? Read on to find out everything you could possibly need to know today.

Poway, best known as "The City in the Country", is beloved by its residents for the rural small-town feel. 

The lovely Poway is located in northeastern San Diego County, far enough away to feel like you're living a more rural life, yet close enough to have access to everything there is to offer in the bustling county. The town at 39.4 square miles prides itself on having more than half of the city as a designated open-space area. 

What makes Poway so desirable? Schools and open spaces are at the top of the list. Yet, there's so much more to this town. So, why do people move to find Poway real estate?

Why make the move to Poway? More than a few residents of Poway used to live in San Diego and left knowing they can get more home and more space for their money. 

Read on to learn all about this city that considers itself rural, and why you should consider life Poway for you and your family.

All About Poway History 

The earliest residents of what is now Poway were native Americans from the Kumeyaay and Luiseño tribes. They lived and thrived in the area until the 1850s, as white settlers slowly moved westward into the area. By around 1887, the town was bustling with nearly 800 residents. 

In fact, the first homesteader, named Philip Crosthwaite, came to the area and settled his 160-acre homestead in the area that holds the Creekside Plaza. His Adobe home was completed around 1855. Slowly, more families joined him to take advantage of the fertile valley farming and to build homes. By 1870, the first post office was even built. 

At one point, there were aspirations of bringing the railroad through Poway, much like it was in neighboring Carlsbad, yet that fell by the wayside. Old Poway would have held the railroad had it happened. Yet, when the plans fell apart, it was a bit of an economic hit for Poway.

The fertile farmland continued to sustain farmers who sold their crops of grapes and other fruits in San Diego. 

Now, you can learn more about Poway and its history by visiting the Poway Heritage Society which supports the Heritage Museum and the Nelson House located in Old Poway.

Poway Community Schools  

For many who have been drawn to the Poway community, the schools are at the top of their list for many reasons. The Poway Unified School District is the third-largest school district in San Diego County.

This is a large school district covering 100 geographical miles with 36,000 students. 

The entire district is responsible for running:

  • 25 elementary schools
  • 6 middle schools
  • 5 high schools
  • One adult school

Within the City of Poway, there are 12 schools. Inside the Poway city limits, there are 2 high schools, 2 middle schools, 7 elementary schools, and 1 adult school.

A majority of students who live in Poway go on to attend Poway High School. The numbers show their remarkable success. 

  • 92 percent of student took the SAT exam met benchmarks for English, compared with 94 percent districtwide
  • 82 percent of students met benchmarks for math, compared with 84 percent districtwide

Residents of northern San Diego County can also attend Palomar Community College. There are many other community colleges, colleges, and universities as options in the region outside Poway city limits. 

Poway Parks and Recreation 

Since Poway proudly boasts half of the areas as open land for its residents, there are plenty of offerings and options in parks and recreation.  

One of the most popular things to do in Poway is to spend the day at Old Poway Park. The park offers plenty of wide-open spaces for residents to go and relax, picnic, and enjoy the sunshine. If you want to work in some exercise, take advantage of one of the many hiking trails that pass through Old Poway Park too. 

Many Poway residents also appreciate and take advantage of the farmer's market featuring locally grown produce that's held at Poway Park weekly.

Your kids, and you, also won't want to miss a ride on the Poway Midland Railroad that takes visitors on a ride around the park. The railroad is a full-size, narrow-gauge railroad and antique cable car run by volunteers and owned by the City of Poway.

If you're a hiker, then you'll surely want to take advantage of the hike up to Potato Chip Rock, a favorite Instagram photo spot. To get to Potato Chip Rock, hikes must hike 8 miles up a trail where you'll see the thin slice of rock hanging over the cliff. Bring your camera, you'll want to document your visit. 

You can travel just a short distance out of the city into the hills to get to true natural beauty. Here you can visit the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve. The reserve features a series of hiking trails that allow you to see the area's natural beauty at its best. 

If you want a more challenging hike, go for a visit to Iron Mountain, just outside of the Poway area. Here you can do a fun and at times challenging 5-mile hike up to Iron Mountain. Once at the top, you'll be treated to a place to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of greater San Diego County.

Poway Arts, Music, and Entertainment

There's nothing like community theater, especially award-winning community theater. If you live in Poway, you surely want to take in a show, or all of them, at the PowPAC Community Theatre. 

This little theater was started in 1981 at the Lively Center on Poway Road. It's completely volunteer-operated and organized and produces multiple shows each season. You'll love the intimate theater experience as you take in everything from dramas, musicals, comedies, and children’s favorites in the 71-seat theater. 

If you're a wine lover, you'll want to set up a visit to Mission Cellars, the area's local winery, since 2018. The winery offers detailed tours of the property where you can learn about the wine-making process from start to finish. What better way to end your tour than with some wine tasting?

The winery also offers a variety of special classes and wine-tasting events for residents year-round. 

Already mentioned in Old Poway Park is the farmers market that features locally grown produce, much of it organic. But don't just come to the market for produce, come hungry. You can also take advantage of freshly-prepared meals, such as ethnic dishes, crepes, fish tacos, and other local favorites, while listening to local bands playing.

The Poway Historical Society runs both the Heritage Museum and the Nelson House. You can visit to learn all kinds of interesting tidbits about the regions. The Nelson House is actually a recreation of a former pioneer home. While there, you can also visit the Independent Order of Good Templars Hall and a Blacksmith shop.

If you have kids, plan on spending some time at the Uptown Jungle Fun Park. This indoor park features a variety of trampolines, climbing walls, slides, and play structures for visitors. The Uptown Jungle Fun Park knows to keep the adults happy too, with their adult lounge featuring free Wi-Fi.

Poway Dining  

 Poway offers a wide range of dining options, from fine dining to casual with all sorts of food. 

For a fine dining experience, Brigantine Seafood Restaurant. This upscale casual restaurant features American and bar favorites, along with a wide array of seafood options. Locals have made this their favorite location for Sunday brunch or Taco Tuesday. 

If you love great, authentic Italian food, you'll love the Villa Capri Trattoria & Wine Bar. It has the kind of true Italian not often found in a suburban restaurant. You'll happily not have to leave the area, but feel like you're in Italy for dinner at the same time. 

If sushi is more your style, you'll become a regular at the Sushi Lounge of Poway. It's well regarded as one of the best places to get sushi in the greater San Diego area. Try them all, sushi, sashimi, sushi rolls, bento boxes, and more, to find your favorites. 

If you're looking for your new favorite hangout place, look no further than Kaminski's BBQ & Sports Lounge. If you like great BBQ and enjoy watching a game while out, this will be your new favorite meeting place with friends. 

The Tikka Lounge is also a favorite with locals who appreciate good Indian food. This might be your new go-to take-out place for dinner. 

Poway Transportation

While Poway is located in northeastern San Diego County, it still has easy access to the region. Located just 3 miles east of Interstate 15, and just west of Highway 67, coming and going from the city of Poway has easy highway access. 

You can make it to San Diego proper or area beaches in about a half-hour. Access to an international airport is easy, with the San Diego airport under 30 miles away. 

Many area residents will commute to the area business hubs of Vista and Carlsbad for work. This commute can take longer. Of course, traveling anywhere in the region takes longer during peak rush hour times. 

The region also has mass transportation available through the Metropolitan Transit System.

Poway Traffic

You'll be happy to learn that you'll likely see much less traffic in Poway than you might in other areas of San Diego County. Poway traffic within the city limits is very minimal.

Remember, much of Poway's land was not intended for development. This helps to keep the population more in check than some other neighboring towns. 

If you travel east towards some of the larger neighboring cities, the amount of traffic you face will increase. You'll have increased access to additional mass transportation. 

For workers traveling into San Diego during peak commute times can face traffic that can double their commute time. 

Poway Weather  

If you don't like snow and miserable winters, Poway might just be for you. While away from the coast, Poway weather is still impacted by the region, in southern California. Much like the rest of the region, Poway has summers that are short, warm, arid, and mostly clear, and the winters are long, cool, and partly cloudy.

Poway has plenty of sunny days, significantly higher than the national average. The sun shines 267 days a year, compared to the national average of 205 days nationally. Summer highs are in the 80s, while the winter months are in the low 40s. 

While Poway gets an average of 13 inches of rain a year, much less than the national average, they don't get much snow. Poway sees around 42 days a year of precipitation, again much lower than the national average. 

Working in Poway

Poway has worked to develop its business sector. The state-of-the-art Poway Business Park, a 700-acre complex, was developed to attract businesses to the area. This area features an infrastructure for business development, and includes numerous amenities and plenty of open space, like the city’s rural surroundings.

Currently, the business part was intended to attract:

  • Light industrial and manufacturing,
  • Warehousing and distribution
  • Research and development businesses

The business park has 9,500,000 square feet of office and industrial buildings, and now houses 500 businesses with 18,000 employees. 

The Vantage Point Development also offers 530,000 square feet of business space. The Poway Business Park features both industrial and retail space. It's home to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Geico Direct Insurance, Delta Design, Inc., and Sysco Foods.

Poway Cost of Living

Poway is both a desirable and popular place to move. It's also more costly than many other places across the country. The cost of living to take up residence in Poway is 46% higher than the national average. 

Poway residents pay 142% higher for housing than the national average. Utilities are only slightly higher than the national average at 15%, while groceries run 13% higher than the national average. 

When considering housing, the median house price is $838,927, while the median rent per month is $2,628. 

Transportation costs are also higher, at 29% above the national average. This includes things like the price of bus fare and the cost of gas. 

Poway Outdoor Recreation  

As Poway was developed, planners knew this was an area that needed to be preserved and enjoyed by residents outdoors. There is an abundance of options for outdoor recreation in and around Poway. Already mentioned locations include Old Poway Park, Potato Chip Rock, Blue Sky Ecological Reserve, and Iron Mountain. 

You might also check out the Community Park located right in the center of Poway. The park features a skate park, ball fields, and an adventure playground. Your dog will even be happy to visit the dog park there. 

Lake Poway, nestled in the Poway hills, is another great recreation option for residents. This lake serves as a water source for the area and is a popular recreation spot too. 

In addition to hiking and boating at area parks, there is also fishing. Local gymnasiums allow residents to play basketball, badminton, and volleyball. The Swim Center offers a variety of swimming options. 

Poway Shopping

There are several area shopping centers in Poway that provide access to nearly anything shoppers might want or need. 

The Poway Promenade is one mall in Poway. It features several national chains like Big Lots, JoAnns, CVS, and the 99 Cent Store. 

Creekside Plaza is one of the larger commercial shopping areas in Poway. It features shops, restaurants, and a large cinema complex for movie lovers. 

The Old Poway Village Shopping Center is in the heart of Old Poway. If you love a quaint and unique shopping experience, this should be your first stop. You'll find one-of-a-kind stores, restaurants, and entertainment here. 

Every town needs access to their local Target. You'll find this along with many other chains, shops, and restaurants at the Twin Peaks Shopping Center. 

Poway Sports 

In an area like Poway, with so much open land and recreation opportunities, sports are important for many residents. 

With mild year-round weather, hiking is a huge part of life with all the areas parks and trails. Lake Poway offers an abundance of water sport opportunities from fishing, swimming, and boating. 

The area in and around Poway has an abundance of both private and public golf courses for golf enthusiasts. If soccer is your thing, the Sportsplex Soccer USA Poway offers 15 acres of recreation space. 

There's professional soccer and baseball too. A short trip to San Diego, and you can watch the Padres play.

Poway Social and Membership Clubs  

Social clubs include options like the local chapter of the Elks Club and VFW Club.

There is also the Poway Black Mountain Toastmasters where you can refine your skills in public speaking. 

Do you love golf? Located in the hills outside of Poway, the Maderas Golf Club offers spectacular views of the region. The course also takes advantage of the landscape to create a range of hazards and challenges. Don't be intimidated, thinking it might be too hard for you if you're a less-than-perfect golfer. The course offers play for all ability levels.

Beyond Poway lies some of San Diego's best private clubs in the area. You might go for a round at Carlsbad's famed Aviara Country Club. Other interesting and fun courses include the Vineyard at Escondido, the Country Club at Rancho Bernardo, and the Santaluz Club. 

Poway Real Estate

In the 92064 zip code, the real estate market is bustling, just like other places around the country. Prices for Poway real estate continue to climb and are up from the previous year. 

Most houses sell quickly once they hit the market, many within days. It's even pretty standard for homes in Poway to receive multiple offers once they do hit the market. It shows that this is a desirable area with strong schools and one where people seek to move to. 

The current median price for a home in Poway is $955,950, making the average price per square foot to come out to $534.03. While the market is highly competitive, there are homes available for sale. 

When you're ready to look for a home in Poway, you want to be organized and ready to move quickly. It also helps to work with a real estate agent who is familiar with the area and potential local inventory. 

Notable Poway Residents (Past and Present): Fun Facts  

There's no doubt of Poway's draw for residents, including famous ones. You might think they like the idea of living in Poway, "The City in the Country." So, who lives in Poway and who once was a part of this community?

A long list of famous athletes calls Poway home. They, too, must appreciate the open space and country-like living. 

Famous San Diego Padres star, Tony Gwynn, is now retired and moved permanently to Poway. He also actively coaches in the area, leading the San Diego State University Aztecs baseball team.

The former Padres manager and current San Francisco Giants manager, Bruce Bochy, has his permanent home in Poway too. 

Don't think it's just baseball players buying up real estate. Several members of the San Diego Chargers also live in Poway. Quarterback Philip Rivers, linebacker Shaun Phillips, and teammate Luis Castillo all make their home here. 

Former Atlanta Braves outfielder David Justice calls Poway home too. 

Famous for his childhood acting days on "Baywatch" and "Step By Step," you might bump into Brandon Call while hitting the local grocery store too. 

Don't worry, Jeremy Fry doesn't drive in Poway the way he does when he's working. He's well known for his stunt work in countless features, including "24," "Fear Factor," "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," "State of Play," "The Bourne Ultimatum," "The Longest Yard," and "Unstoppable."

Several members of Blink-182, including Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Scott Raynor, were born and raised in Poway before making it big in the music world. 

Living in Poway, California

Are you convinced of the many merits of life in Poway? It's a country living with all the benefits of city life. The fact that the town intentionally kept more than half of the region as open land tells you how important outdoor living is to the people of Poway. 

If you're ready to learn more about life in Poway or want to look at some properties, we can help. Contact us today to see all of our Poway listings. 

Poway Gated Communities

When searching Poway gated communities you will find gated homes for sale in the high end gated communities of Bridlewood Country Estates, Green Valley Glen, Green Valley Estates, Huntington Gate, Old Coach Collection, Lomas Verdes Estates, The Grove, Del Poniente, The Heritage, and Country Ridge Estates.

Poway Luxury Homes

Rolling Hills Estates

Rolling Hills Estates is an exclusive community of custom built homes with no HOA and no Mello Roos. Rolling Hills Estates is south of Scripps Poway Parkway and located in North Poway. Streets include Treadwell Dr, Berea Ct, Creek Bluff Dr, Stonemill Dr, Eastfield Rd, and Travertine Crt.

The Palisades

The Palisades is an exclusive neighborhood located in North Poway. The Palisades homes are custom built homes with magnificent panoramic views.

Bridlewood Country Estates

Bridlewood Country Estates situated between Blue Sky Preserve and Lake Poway is an exclusive gated community of custom built homes in North Poway.

Chimney Rock

Chimney Rock is an exclusive neighborhood located in North Poway. Chimney Rock homes are custom built homes with magnificent panoramic views.

Country Squire Estates

Country Squire Estates is an exclusive community in North Poway. Country Squire Estates are custom built homes with magnificent panoramic views.

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