La Habra is bordered by Hacienda Heights to the north, La Mirada to the west, Fullerton to the south, and Brea to the east. Meaning “Pass through the Hills,” it served as a gateway to the north by Spanish explorers. For almost a century, La Habra Heights has grown the Hass avocado and has since become one of the most popular avocado planters around the world.

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