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Victor Valley is a subregion of Southern California north of the San Bernardino Mountains in the Mojave Desert. It is located in San Bernardino County and situated east of the Antelope Valley and north of the Cucamonga Valley. The Victor Valley is part of the 14th largest metropolitan area, the Inland Empire. Out of 6 incorporated cities, the largest one is Victorville. In the 2000s, the US census confirmed Victorville and surrounding communities are the fastest growing cities over 100,000 in California, ahead of Roseville near Sacramento and Irvine of Orange County. The Victor Valley ranks second to the Coachella Valley and Imperial Valley in the fastest-growing overall in California, the United States and some say all of North America.

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The Victor Valley contains only 5 incorporated towns and cities, but has 15 unincorporated communities. Adding the population of them all, the Victor Valley is larger than the cities of Anaheim or Bakersfield. The Victor Valley has an estimated population of 350,000. The urban sprawl is in a 10 mile radius from Victorville in an otherwise "rural" desert region.

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