33.9319° N, 117.9461° W

Welcome to La Habra

Located in the northernmost part of Orange County, La Habra is a suburban town with a friendly locale. La Habra is tucked along the iconic Whittier Boulevard and shares a border with Los Angeles County, providing residents with ample access to world-class amenities. The town is peppered with locally-owned shops and restaurants that this tight-knit community is happy to support. Quiet and inviting, it's one of the best and most affordable places to live in Orange County.


What to Love

  • Quaint and welcoming neighborhoods
  • The small-town, homey vibe
  • Authentic suburban living
  • Everybody knows each other in La Habra


Local Lifestyle

La Habra has an unchanging, small-town charm hard to find in other parts of Orange County and beyond. Here, the residential areas are quiet, and neighbors are like family. Real estate is well-priced in La Habra, attracting families, young professionals, empty nesters, and others to this lovely neighborhood. Locals love the strong sense of community found throughout La Habra.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

El Cholo is a local Mexican restaurant that has served Orange County since 1923 and is widely known as LA's first Mexican restaurant. Locally owned and operated for nearly a century, the restaurant features authentic cuisine like albondigas and a variety of delicious margaritas.


Locals gather at Smoke and Fire Social Eatery for delicious burgers and draft beer. It's the perfect place to meet friends for appetizers and drinks or take the family out for dinner.


Locally owned and operated, the Northgate Market offers a variety of Hispanic groceries, Mexican fare, and fresh produce for residents in and around La Habra. 


In addition to its many locally owned shops and restaurants, La Habra has several active civic organizations that meet monthly to organize festivals and other events for the community. 


Things to Do

Each year, La Habra's Corn Festival is the largest fundraising event in the city. The event consists of a parade, food raffles, corn-eating contests, and a variety of other fun events. 

La Habra is also home to The Children's Museum at La Habra, whose doors have been open to the public for over 50 years. Hands-on exhibits inside the museum include a hand-carved carousel and guided tours of a 1942 railroad car. 



The Fullerton Joint Union High School District and the Lowell Joint School District serve the community of La Habra. These highly-rated districts are home to award-winning schools that include:


  • Sonora High School, Grades 9 to 12
  • La Habra High School, Grades 9 to 12



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