Berkeley, California

The Location

Berkeley, CA enjoys an enviable location along the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County. It borders the cities of Oakland and Emeryville to the south and the city of Albany and unincorporated community of Kensington to the north. Berkeley has a population of roughly 115,000. 

Berkeley has a Mediterranean climate, with dry summers and wet winters. The summers are cooler than a typical Mediterranean climate thanks to upwelling ocean currents. Residents enjoy cool mornings and evenings. Berkeley's location directly opposite the Golden Gate Bridge ensures that typical eastward fog flow blankets the city more often than its neighbors.

Berkeley is the site of the oldest campus in the University of California system – the University of California, Berkeley. It is one of the most politically liberal cities in the United States.

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Fairfield, California

The Location

Fairfield is located in Solano County, California, and is located between Sacramento and San Francisco. It is home to more than 108,000 residents.

Fairfield's local economy is powered by the Travis Air Force Base, the Jelly Belly headquarters, government, education, healthcare and corporations.

The city is served by Interstate 80, which connects to San Francisco and Sacramento, as well as Interstate 680 to the Bay Area and State Route 12 to Napa. A Fairfield-Vacaville railroad station is set to be completed in March 2017.

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Fresno, California

The Location

Fresno, CA is in the center of the San Joaquin Valley and is the largest city in the Central Valley, which contains the San Joaquin Valley. It is approximately 200 miles north of Los Angeles, and 170 miles south of the state capital, Sacramento. With a population of 509,000, it is the fifth largest city in California and the 34th largest in the nation. Fresno is a unique mixture of more than 80 different nationalities. The various cultures that make up the community of Fresno are much like mosaic pieces that together make a beautiful picture. Many consider Fresno to be the perfect size—offering the best of urban amenities and opportunities with the unique charms and easy living of a small town. There are many wonderful cultural and recreational experiences available in, or near, the city of Fresno.

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Monterey, California

The Location

Monterey is located on California's central coast on the southern edge of Monterey Bay. The city is home to 27,000 residents and is conveniently located 115 miles south of San Francisco and 350 miles north of Los Angeles. Monterey is just minutes from Pebble Beach and Carmel-by-the-Sea.

In the 1930s and 1940s, Monterey was the sardine capital of the world with a thriving fishing industry. Today, the city is home to a smaller commercial fishing fleet, with the local economy powered by healthcare, private sector businesses, education and government.

Once a key military outpost, Monterey maintains its military tradition with the Defense Language Institute, the Naval Postgraduate School and Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center.

Monterey residents enjoy a mild year-round climate with cool summer months (the average temperature is 59.5 degrees) and a warm "Indian Summer" autumn.

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Mountain View, California

The Location

Mountain View is located in Santa Clara County, California. It gets its name for its beautiful views of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Home to more than 75,000 residents, Mountain View is located on the southern part of the San Francisco Peninsula, just 35 miles south of San Francisco and 10 miles north of San Jose.

The local economy is powered by technology, healthcare and government. The city is home to the headquarters of Google, Symantec, LinkedIn and Intuit.

Mountain View is served by public commuter rail, light rail, private shuttle and bus systems, as well as the San Jose International Airport, San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport.

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Salinas Valley, California

The Location

The Salinas Valley is one of the major valleys and most productive agricultural regions in California. It is west of the San Joaquin Valley and south of San Francisco Bay and the Santa Clara Valley—Silicon Valley. The Salinas River runs the length of the valley. The valley is located in portions of the Northern California counties of: Monterey, Kings, and San Benito and it is located roughly eight miles from the Pacific Ocean. Salinas is in the top ten American Cities for cleanest air quality. The valley served as the backdrop for some of John Steinbeck's most famous novels.

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San Jose, California

The Location

San Jose is the capital of Silicon Valley in California, a major technology hub. It is the 10th-largest city in the United States and the largest city in Northern California, with a population of more than 1 million. With a nearby international airport and excellent public transportation, transportation in San Jose is a breeze. Just an hour from San Francisco, two hours from the Napa Valley wine region and four hours from Yosemite National Park, there is no shortage of daytrip opportunities.

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Santa Cruz, California

The Location

Santa Cruz is located in Santa Cruz County, California. It is just 35 miles north of Monterey and 65 miles south of San Francisco. Santa Cruz is home to more than 62,000 residents, who enjoy mild weather year-round, with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Education, government, tourism, technology and agriculture drive the local economy.

State Routes 1 and 17 serve Santa Cruz and provide easy access to San Jose and the rest of the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Jose International Airport is just 30 miles northeast of the city.

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Redlands, California

The Location

Redlands is located in San Bernardino County, California. The city is home to nearly 70,000 residents. Redlands is served by freeways (I-10 and I-210), rail (Amtrak and Metrolink), bus (Omnitrans), and four nearby airports (Redlands Municipal Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, LA/Ontario International Airport and LAX International Airport).

Surrounded by mountains, Redlands is 45 miles west of Palm Springs and 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

Years ago, Redlands was the largest navel orange producing region in the world. Today, the local economy is powered by software, private sector businesses, manufacturing, education and insurance.

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Apple Valley, California

The Location

Apple Valley is located in the heart of Victor Valley in San Bernardino County, California. At an elevation of 3,000 feet, the area is known as the "High Desert," with beautiful landscapes and sunsets. Apple Valley is conveniently located 95 miles northeast of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, 140 miles north of San Diego and 185 miles south of Las Vegas.

If you are looking for sunshine, Apple Valley could be the place for you: the town experiences an average of 350 sunny days per year.

Apple Valley has a population of approximately 71,595 residents as of 2014. In the entire Victor Valley area, the population is more than 313,000.

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Bakersfield, California

The Location

Bakersfield is located in the southern part of San Joaquin Valley in Kern County, California. It is conveniently located 110 miles north of Los Angeles. It is the ninth-largest city in California and situated at the gateway of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

The city has a diverse economy, including oil, agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing, distribution and corporate/regional headquarters. Bakersfield is the fourth-largest producer of agriculture in California and produces 76 percent of California oil.

Bakersfield is known for dry, hot summers and short cool winters, as well as approximately 272 sunny days a year.

A fast-growing city, Bakersfield's population increased 43.6 percent between 2000 and 2012, with approximately 524,000 people its metro area.

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La Mesa, California

The Location

La Mesa is located in San Diego County, California, and is home to more than 57,000 residents.

The local economy is powered by retail, professional services, healthcare, finance and hospitality.

La Mesa is served by three major freeways, two trolley lines, the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) and the San Diego International Airport.

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Los Gatos, California

The Location

Los Gatos is located in Santa Clara County, California. Located at the base of the Sierra Azul mountain range in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Gatos is part of high-tech Silicon Valley and is 60 miles south of San Francisco. The city is one of the county's oldest communities and is home to nearly 30,000 residents.

The local economy is powered by both entertainment powerhouses and tech startups, as well as healthcare, private businesses, education, real estate and government. Netflix was founded and is headquartered in Los Gatos.

Los Gatos residents enjoy a mild winter climate and warm summer climate, as well as an average of 330 sunny days a year.

The area is served by San Jose International Airport, San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport.

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Murrieta, California

The Location

Murrieta is located in Southern California within Riverside County  The fourth-most populous county in the state, it is home to more than 2.1 million residents and is convenient to Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County. The area is popular with commuters who work in Los Angeles and San Diego.

The county is served by Interstates 10, 15 and 215, bus and train services, and Palm Springs International Airport.

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San Bernardino, California

The Location

San Bernardino is located in San Bernardino County, California and has a population of more than 205,000. A culturally diverse area with a rich history, San Bernardino has Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Mormon influences throughout the city.

It is conveniently located just 60 miles east of Los Angeles, 120 miles northeast of San Diego and 55 miles northwest of Palm Springs.

San Bernardino serves as a link between the East and West Coasts, Mexico and the Pacific Rim, thanks to its rail, freeway, bus services, nearby international airport and close proximity to Los Angeles.

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Northridge, California

The Location

Northridge, CA is in Los Angeles County but is not in the Los Angeles city limits. It is in a very large valley located just north of Los Angeles called the San Fernando Valley.

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San Luis Obispo, California

The Location

San Luis Obispo (SLO) is located in San Luis Obispo County, California, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. SLO is in the heart of Central Coast Wine Country, between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Range.

With one of the highest rates of college-educated residents in California, the city is home to California Polytechnic State University and Cuesta College. Dubbed "America's Happiest City" by Oprah Winfrey, SLO's 45,000 residents enjoy 315 sunny days a year.

Education, government, services and healthcare power the local economy.

San Luis Obispo is served by the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport (which provides nonstop service to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Phoenix), as well as public transit, rail, U.S. Route 101 and California State Route 1. Bicycling is popular form of transportation - in fact, San Luis Obispo's Bill Roalman Bicycle Boulevard has a special bicycle traffic signal and gives priority to bicyclists.

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Pasadena, California

The Location

Pasadena is located in Los Angeles County, California. It is home to nearly 140,000 residents and is part of the San Gabriel Valley.

The local economy is powered by government services, healthcare, education and finance.

Pasadena is served by Bob Hope Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles Metro Gold Line light rail, bus service and several major highways.

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Burbank, California

The Location

Burbank is located in Los Angeles County, California, and is part of San Fernando Valley. It is home to more than 103,000 residents.

The city is known as the “Media Capital of the World” and is home to headquarters or production facilities for ABC, Cartoon Network, Insomniac Games, NBC Universal, New Wave Entertainment, Nickelodeon, The Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros. Entertainment.

Burbank is served by the Hollywood Burbank Airport, several major freeways, commuter rail service and Metro public transportation.

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Fountain Valley, California

The Location

Fountain Valley is located in Orange County, California. It is home to more than 55,000 residents.

The local economy is powered by healthcare, technology, retail and company headquarters.

Fountain Valley is served by the San Diego freeway, Orange County Transportation Authority, John Wayne International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.

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San Diego, California

The Location

San Diego is located in San Diego County, California. It is home to more than 1.4 million residents.

The local economy is powered by military, health care, government and education.

San Diego is served by several major freeways and highways, San Diego Trolley light rail system, the SDMTS bus system, Amtrak Pacific Surfliner and Coaster commuter rail, San Diego International Airport, and Tijuana International Airport.

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Glendale, California

The Location

Glendale is located in Los Angeles County, California, and is home to more than 200,000 residents.

The local economy is powered by health care, education, government services, entertainment and retail.

Glendale is served by LADOT, Metro Rapid, Glendale Beeline, Metro Local and Greyhound bus service, as well as four freeways and the Los Angeles International Airport.

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Folsom, California

The Location

Folsom, located just outside Sacramento, has a rich history beginning with the '49ers during California's great Gold Rush. It was the site of the West's first railroad and the world's first long-distance transmission of electricity.

Today it is a forward-looking city, recently named the “best place to raise a family in California.”

Folsom Lake, Lake Natoma, and the American River bound the city, hosting kayakers, swimmers and other water sports enthusiasts from around the region, and the town is a cyclist’s dream come true, with everything from short local rides to options that lead to the Gold Country foothills, and nationally-renowned mountain biking trails. Folsom’s Historic District offers great shopping, dining, and energetic nightlife, set amidst historic architecture and wonderful scenery. Great day trips include visits to Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, and dozens of Sierra foothill wineries.

The highly-rated Folsom Cordova Unified School District operates 15 schools in the city, including Folsom High School and Vista del Lago High School, both recognized on the Best High Schools list by U.S. News and World Report. Folsom Lake Community College features the Harris Center, a regional arts center hosting world-class arts and entertainment.

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Long Beach, California

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Turlock, California

The Location

In the heart of California's Central Valley near Modesto, Turlock is the second largest city in Stanislaus County with a population of 70,000. A family-friendly community with many young professionals in residence, the area offers a wealth of hip coffee shops and many opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Home of liberal arts college California State University Stanislaus and excellent public schools, Turlock provides an unique opportunity to combine quality education with relaxed rural living. 

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Thousand Oaks, California

The Location

The second-largest city in Ventura County, Thousand Oaks is approximately 40 miles from downtown Los Angeles and only 15 miles from the suburbs. It is named after the many large oak trees in the area. The city offers close proximity to the ocean, hiking trails and lots of public open space to explore. Residents enjoy great shopping, parks and several recreation courses. It is also designated as one of the safest cities in the nation, and boasts very highly rated public schools.

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