El Cajon is home to Semper Solaris, a company "now recognized as one of the fastest growing solar sales and installation companies, and is the No. 1 Tesla Powerwall installer in the nation. Semper Solaris is also a top Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, offering one of the few 50 year roof warranties in the industry. Likewise, Semper Solaris offers one of the only lifetime warranties in the business for HVAC systems."source
The city is known for its mild year-round climate, natural deep-water harbor, extensive beaches and parks, long association with the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and recent emergence as a healthcare and biotechnology development center. The Columbia district downtown is home to historic ship exhibits belonging to the San Diego Maritime Museum, headlined by the Star of India, as well as the unrelated San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum featuring the USS Midway aircraft carrier.
Los Angeles is often billed as the "Creative Capital of the World", because one in every six of its residents works in a creative industry and there are more artists, writers, filmmakers, actors, dancers and musicians living and working in Los Angeles than any other city at any other time in history.
Despite its urban character, the San Francisco Bay is one of California's most ecologically important habitats, providing key ecosystem services such as filtering pollutants and sediments from the rivers, and supporting a number of endangered species.
Tourism remains a vital aspect of Orange County's economy. Anaheim is the main tourist hub, with the Disneyland Resort's Disneyland being the second most visited theme park in the world. Also, Knotts Berry Farm gets about 7 million visitors annually and is located in the city of Buena Park.
The combined land area of the counties of the Inland Empire is larger than ten U.S. states – West Virginia, Maryland, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode Island – and is slightly smaller than the combined area of the last five (New Hampshire through Rhode Island).
Sacramento is the fastest-growing major city in California, owing to its status as a notable financial center on the West Coast and as a major educational hub, home of California State University, Sacramento and University of California, Davis. Sacramento is known for its evolving contemporary culture, dubbed the most "hipster city" in California.
The city itself was named for the Cordova Vineyard, which was located in the center of the Rancho Rio de los Americanos land grant. The City of Rancho Cordova has a burgeoning arts scene, a unique Barrel District, 26 beautiful miles of bike and pedestrian trails, 70 serene acres of creek channels and tributaries, and many free events that make it a destination for artists, adventurers and fun-lovers.
Campbell for many years had one of the most successful youth baseball programs in the country, reaching 14 World Series from 1960 to 1987. Campbell's youth baseball system dates to 1909, when Campbell High School formed its first team and won the Interurban Athletic Union championship.
Manteca is the home base for the "Not Forgotten Memorial Day Event", the largest commemoration for veterans on the West Coast. The event is held the Sunday before Memorial Day every year. The event draws over 20,000 attendees.
Concord is home to the 19-time World Champion Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps. The corps is made up of talented musicians from around the world. The Concord Blue Devils are the most decorated drum and bugle corps in the history of Drum Corps International.
A major center of growth in the Coachella Valley, Palm Desert is a popular retreat for "snowbirds" from colder climates, who swell its population by an estimated 31,000 each winter. Many celebrities keep homes in Palm Desert, including Rita Rudner and more recently, the current home of professional golfer Michelle Wie and one of the homes of Bill Gates.
Bakersfield is often considered to be the birthplace of country music. The sound has inspired many country artists, such as Dwight Yoakam and The Strangers. Yoakam, alongside Buck Owens, paid tribute to Owens by covering his 1973 recording of "Streets of Bakersfield."
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