Please submit sites that relate to people, places, and events in Walnut, California. Businesses must have a physical location in Walnut. Submit sites to the most specific sub-category.The City of Walnut is located in southeastern Los Angeles County, roughly 20 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The City of Walnut originally obtained its name from the Rancho De Los Nogales land grant, Nogales being the Spanish word for walnut. Walnut was incorporated on January 19, 1959.
Please submit sites providing information on the people, places, and events of Walnut Creek, California. Businesses must have a physical location in Walnut Creek.Walnut Creek was first known as "The Corners" - where the two roads leading from Pacheco and Lafayette converged. Today those "corners" are at the intersection of Mt. Diablo Boulevard and North Main Street. On Oct. 21, 1914 the original town and surrounding area, comprising 500 acres, were incorporated as the eighth city in Contra Costa County.
This category is for websites specifically related to the Warner Springs area. (For websites related to a wider area, please see San Diego County.)Warner Springs is a rural community is northeastern San Diego County, approximately 60 miles from San Diego. Its population, including surrounding areas, is 1,185, according to the 2000 census figures for the Warner Springs ZIP code, 92086.
Please submit sites for Westwood CA or Lake Almanor CA 96137, in northern California, to this Westwood category.Small community in Lassen County, east of Lake Almanor on Hwy 36. Zip code 96137.
If your site is for the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, please go to Regional/North_America/United_States/California/Localities/L/Los_Angeles/Neighborhoods/Westwood.
This category is for sites about or located in Williams, California. Sites with multiple locations should be submitted at higher level, for example, the Colusa County category.Williams is a community of approximately 5,200 people located in the heart of the Sacramento Valley, about 60 miles north of Sacramento and mid-way between the Sierras and the Pacific Coast. Williams is an agriculturally community growing rice, tomatoes, vine and seed crops, walnuts, almonds, hay, and grain. Cattle are raised in the area surrounding the city. Williams was founded in 1879 and was first known as Central. It was later renamed to honor William Williams, who gave much of the land for the town. -Adapted from the city's web site.
Please check these categories for broader-topic sites:This category is for listing sites specific to the Willits area. Wilits is known as the gateway to the redwoods, located on U.S. Highway 101 in Mendocino County. It is 1,350 feet above sea level. The estimated population in 2001 was 5,677 residents within city limits and 14,958 in the surrounding area. One of the most famous residents of Willits was Seabiscuit.
Regional: North America: United States: California: Counties: Mendocino
Regional: North America: United States: California: Regions: North Coast
Do not post sites here that are not related to or relevant for the Willits locality. They will be moved, which will delay your submittal process.
Please submit sites not related to city business and government to the appropriate sub category.This category is for sites that are specific to Woodacre city business and government.
Please submit sites representing people, places and events of Woodland Hills, CA. Businesses must have a physical location in Woodland Hills. Submit the site to the most specific sub-category.Woodland Hills is part of the City of Los Angeles, and is located in the northeast area of the city. Originally known as Girard, the town was founded in 1922. In 1941, the name was changed to Woodland Hills. It remains an area with a strong business and residential base in the San Fernando Valley.