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Apple Valley is a town located in the Victor Valley region of San Bernardino County, Southern California, United States. It is situated adjacent to Victorville and is approximately 95 miles northeast of Los Angeles. Here’s some information about Apple Valley:

Apple Valley is situated in the Mojave Desert, with an elevation of around 2,900 feet (880 meters) above sea level. It covers an area of approximately 73 square miles (189 square kilometers).

Apple Valley experiences a desert climate similar to Victorville, characterized by hot summers and mild winters. Summers can be very hot, with temperatures regularly exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), while winters are generally mild, with temperatures averaging in the 60s (15-20 degrees Celsius) during the day and dropping into the 30s (0-5 degrees Celsius) at night.

The economy of Apple Valley is diverse, with sectors such as healthcare, education, retail, and transportation playing significant roles. The town has seen growth in recent years, attracting businesses and commercial development.

Apple Valley offers various recreational opportunities and attractions. The Mojave Narrows Regional Park is nearby, providing outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, hiking, and horseback riding. The Apple Valley Golf Course is a popular destination for golf enthusiasts. The town is also known for its annual events, including the Happy Trails Parade and the Apple Valley Airshow.

Apple Valley has several public and private schools serving students of all grade levels. The Apple Valley Unified School District oversees the public schools in the area, and there are also charter schools and private educational institutions.

Apple Valley provides a range of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. The cost of living in Apple Valley is relatively affordable compared to many parts of Southern California.

The town is well-connected to other parts of California through its transportation infrastructure. It is accessible via major highways, including State Route 18 and State Route 247. Public transportation is provided by Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA), offering bus services within the town and to neighboring areas.