Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Silverwood?
Silverwood is ideally located in Hesperia, California, where rolling foothills and sweeping mountain views evoke the wonder of a national park. Folded into the Mojave River Valley and nestled next to the San Bernardino National Forest, the community is 19 miles from San Bernardino’s major employment centers, 28 miles from Ontario, and 63 miles from Los Angeles.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love Silverwood’s close proximity to Silverwood Lake and the famed Pacific Crest Trail. Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear, and numerous other recreational destinations are all a short drive away.

How big is Silverwood?
At more than 9,000 acres in size and entitled for more than 15,000 homes, Silverwood will be one of the largest new communities developed in Southern California in many years.

When did construction begin on Silverwood?
Construction of the community began in the spring of 2022.

When will Silverwood open?
Silverwood will celebrate its grand opening next winter.

What are the prices of the homes at Silverwood?
Silverwood will offer a unique lifestyle alternative to people living in the Mojave River Valley, catering to first-time homebuyers and first-time move-up buyers. Silverwood will offer diverse housing options, from townhomes to single-family homes with a range of sizes with pricing starting from the $400s.

Is Silverwood actually a town?
Silverwood is in the city of Hesperia, CA. Though not classified as a town, the community will feature many of the characteristics of a great California small town in its design, complete with its own town centers, amenities, and recreational facilities. Silverwood will be governed by one or more Homeowners Associations, responsible for facilitating community meetings and events, and overseeing additional community organizations.

How will Silverwood impact the local economy?
At more than 9,000 acres in size and entitled for more than 15,000 homes, Silverwood will be one of the largest new communities developed in Southern California in many years. Silverwood will create the opportunity for thousands of families to live in attainably priced homes in a gorgeous mountain setting with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, all within a reasonable commute to San Bernardino, Riverside, Ontario, and other existing employment hubs.

The project is creating local jobs and bringing development dollars by improving roads and creating new outdoor recreation and event spaces. Silverwood will create construction jobs for people and companies based in the Mojave River Valley. Thousands of infrastructure improvement-related jobs will be needed, in the form of building roads, bridges and commercial buildings, in addition to the construction of residences. The goal is to hire as many contractors and builders from the region as possible. Over the next 25 years of development, more than $1.6 billion dollars will be invested to improve the region’s infrastructure and services.

What will be the traffic implications of Silverwood?
Silverwood will be spending more than $160 million to help improve the local roads including major improvements to Ranchero Road to the north and adding new roads to the south, connecting the project to highway 138 and pulling traffic away from the Cajon Pass. Looking ahead, a high-speed train being developed will connect the region to both Las Vegas and Southern California.

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