San Antonio Heights is an unincorporated community in San Bernardino County nestled at the head of historic Euclid Avenue. The rich history of this area can be traced back to the community’s distinctive design, carved out by its curved and circular streets, which officially took shape in 1887. These curves and circles, as well as San Antonio Heights’ profoundly independent residents, typify a charming community on the hill. San Antonio Heights and San Antonio Canyon were a main stage for many innovations of irrigation, hydroelectric power, passenger railroad, and other conveniences that contributed to an improved quality of life for the entire nation.
About the Author
Megan Hutter, a resident of San Antonio Heights and a volunteer at the Cooper Regional History Museum, recognized the need for a dedicated source of history of San Antonio Heights and San Antonio Canyon after learning that most of the history was amalgamated into the historical records of neighboring cities. As a result, her research spanned 10 different cities, including local and private libraries, museums, and municipal record halls. Images of America: San Antonio Heights is a testament to the many individuals who are dedicated to the history of their community.
Table of Contents
1 The Early Days 11
2 Hazardous Weather 73
3 Living in Curves and Circles 81
4 Euclid Avenue 99