|Maintained by||California Department of Transportation|
|South end||Newport Boulevard (SR 55) in Costa Mesa|
| I‑405 near Fountain Valley
I‑5 in Anaheim
|North end||Fullerton Road in Rowland Heights|
It runs from Costa Mesa through Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, La Habra and La Habra Heights before it turns into Fullerton Road in the unincorporated community of Rowland Heights just over the Los Angeles County line. It is the eastern border for the Disneyland Resort property and easily visible from the Monorail ride, although it is not visible while actually standing in the park due to Disneyland's berm. In reality, Harbor Blvd. is so close to that portion of Tomorrowland that the sirens of emergency vehicles that are traveling on it are quite audible to the guests in queues for Autopia or the Disneyland Railroad train ride.
The portion of Harbor Boulevard between La Palma Avenue in Anaheim to Whittier Boulevard in La Habra was part of the historical routing of U.S. Route 101, which was at the time the Coast Route from the Mexican Border to Oregon.
In popular culture
Points of interest
- Disneyland Resort
- Anaheim Convention Center
- Crystal Cathedral
- Fox Theatre Fullerton
- Whittier Law School
- Orange Coast College
- Note: Mileages are taken from Google Maps and those are approximate measurements.
The entire route is in Orange County with the last mile in Los Angeles County.
|Newport Beach||0.0||Newport Boulevard (SR 55)|
|Costa Mesa||3.3||I‑405 (San Diego Freeway) – San Diego, Long Beach||Interchange|
|Fountain Valley||6.0||Edinger Avenue|
|Garden Grove||8.8||SR 22 (Garden Grove Freeway) – Long Beach, Orange||Interchange|
|Garden Grove Boulevard||Former SR 22|
|Anaheim||12.2||I‑5 (Santa Ana Freeway) – Los Angeles, Santa Ana||Interchange|
|13.5||Lincoln Avenue||Former SR 214|
|14.9||SR 91 (Riverside Freeway) – Riverside||Interchange|
|20.8||Whittier Boulevard (SR 72)|
|Fullerton, La Habra||Hacienda Boulevard (SR 39)|
|Rowland Heights||23.2||Fullerton Road||CA 60||La Puente|
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