Actually, I would go to the BORN website. This has the most complete listing of nursing schools, both BSN and ADN, with links to the school websites and their pre-req requirements.
If memory serves, there are at least six nursing schools within one hour drive of Riverside. There's San Bernardino CC, Chafee in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal State's BSN program ... and I forget the others that are closer to Orange County .... but I would apply to as many schools as possible where you meet the pre-req requirements.
The reason is ... even if you're accepted to one school that's far away, if you finish your first semester there, it's easier to transfer to a school that's closer once you have one semester done, because so many people flunk out the first semester. From what I understand, It's a lot easier to transfer than get into first semester.
There are two people in my class who did just that. They applied to a bunch of schools and went into the first program that took them, commuting for the first semester so they could get started. Then they transferred to the school closest to home.
Hope this helps.