Corona is an incredibly inviting city with a wide array of apartment living options - the spring is particularly delightful but regardless of when you are looking to move, Corona's apartments are available in every price range all year round.
<p>Back in the day, Corona was the Lemon Capital of the World. The lemons may be gone but the community still embraces its sour history. The Corona Heritage Park and Museum sits on a 5 acre slice of the site that used to be The Corona Foothill Lemon Company, the largest lemon ranch in California.</p>
<p>Corona has been working on becoming greener and they've made some great strides. In an effort to reduce energy costs and lower its carbon footprint, Corona has boosted its recycling efforts, encouraged residents to dispose of hazardous household waste properly, and offered rebates and incentive programs for residents who choose to purchase energy efficient appliances and automobiles.</p>
<p>Looking for an outlet for all that pent up musical energy? Kids and adults can rock out at the Fender Museum, which offers guitar, piano, drum, and voice lessons. The museum also has some fun events going on, so keep an eye on their calendar.</p>