City Web Map Project
Stockton, California
Sample by Naedelys Ortiz
Crossroads@Meade - Computer Science
Email: Nortizcaa@gmail.com

Stockton Introduction

Incorporated in 1850, Stockton is the 13th largest city in the state of California. The city is home to nearly 300,000 inhabitants. The metropolitan area has a population of about 600,000 people. Stockton is located in the northern part of the state, 65 miles east of San Francisco, and 40 miles south of Sacramento.

Stockton was a stopping point for prospectors during the California Gold Rush of 1849. In the middle of a rich agricultural area, it is also a sizable inland seaport along the San Joaquin River. Lately it has attracted residents and businesses seeking a lower cost alternative to the San Francisco Bay Area.

In 1999 and again in 2004, Stockton won the "All-America City Award" given by the National Civic League.

Precipitation is about 14 inches per year. July average daily high and low temperatures are 93.8 and 60.8 degrees Fahrenheit. January average daily highs and lows are 53.8 and 38.1 degrees Fahrenheit.

Large employers in the area cover a wide range of industries, including electronics, aerospace, food, education, distribution, automotive, and building products, to name a few.

- Excerpt Taken Directly from

http://www.citytowninfo.com/places/california/stockton

City Facts - Stockton
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City Facts:

-The California state capital is Sacramento. Stockton California is the13th Largest City in California (out of 478) 63rd Largest City in United States (2008)

Major :

- Anthony Silver. Before a city council woman and her fiance were married on the steps of city hall, the mayor’s car was towed out of his own parking spot.

Population :
- In 2009 the Population Estimate: 290,408 13th Largest City in California (out of 478) 63rd Largest City in United States (2008)

Area :

-62.1 sq miles ( 160.8 km )

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