Founded at the turn of the 20th century, Beaumont is proud of its rich history and rural charm. The town served as a welcome “stopping-off point” for early travelers making their way from the Mohave desert to Los Angeles, and later for L.A. residents eager to vacation in Palm Springs.
This progressive city of over 45,000 people, sits at 2,612 feet in elevation between Riverside and Palm Springs in the Inland Empire.
The city contains 16 city parks, including a 20-acre sports park and a municipal pool, as well as an extensive trails system. The Beaumont School District, with 10 schools, has an outstanding reputation, and it ranks highly in the Pass Area.