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Blvd at Heil Ave, 1960s
Valley is a city in Orange
The population was 55,313 at the 2010
census. A classic bedroom
community, Fountain Valley is
a middle-class residential area.
area encompassing Fountain Valley
was originally inhabited by the Tongva
people. European settlement of the
area began when Manuel
Nieto was granted the land for
Los Nietos, which encompassed
over 300,000 acres (1,200 km2),
including present-day Fountain Valley.
Control of the land was subsequently
transferred to Mexico
upon independence from Spain,
and then to the United
States as part of the Treaty
of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
city was incorporated in 1957, before
which it was known as Talbert
(also as Gospel Swamps by residents).
The name of Fountain Valley refers
to the very high water
table in the area at the time
the name was chosen, and the many
wells in the area. Early settlers
constructed drainage canals to make
the land usable for agriculture, which
remained the dominant use of land
until the 1960s, when construction
of large housing tracts accelerated.
The first mayor of Fountain Valley
was James Kanno, who with this appointment
became the first Japanese-American
mayor of a mainland United States
of Saigon in 1975, there was a
large influx of Vietnamese
settling in Fountain Valley, especially
in the late 1970s and throughout the
1980s, forming a large percentage
Americans in the city.
Valley is located at 33°42'31?N
(33.708618, -117.956295). The elevation
of the city is approximately twenty
feet above sea level, slightly lower
than surrounding areas. This is especially
noticeable in the southwest area of
the city, where several streets have
a steep grade
as they cross into Huntington
city is located southwest and northeast
of the San
Diego Freeway (Interstate 405),
which diagonally bisects the city,
and is surrounded by Huntington
Beach on the south and west, Westminster
Grove on the north, Santa
Ana on the northeast, and Costa
Mesa on the southeast. Its eastern
border is the Santa
to the United
States Census Bureau, the city
has a total area of 23.4 km2
(9.0 sq mi) 0.14% of which
Valley is home to Mile
Square Regional Park, a 640 acres
(2.6 km2) park containing
two lakes, three 18-hole golf courses,
playing fields, picnic shelters, and
a 20-acre (81,000 m2)
urban-nature area planted with California
native plants, a 55-acre (220,000 m2)
recreation center with tennis courts,
basketball courts, racquetball courts,
a gymnasium, and the Kingston Boys
& Girls Club; There is also a
community center and a 16,652sq ft
senior center that opened in September,
2005. A major redevelopment of the
recreation center and city-administered
sports fields was completed in early
protection and emergency medical services
are provided by two stations of the
Fountain Valley Fire Department. Law
enforcement is provided by the Fountain
Valley Police Department. Ambulance
service is provided by Care
Orange County Sanitation District's
administrative offices and primary
plant is located in Fountain Valley
next to the Santa Ana River. The agency
is the third-largest sanitation district
in the western United States. Fountain
Valley is also home to the offices
of the Municipal Water District of
Orange County, a member of the Metropolitan
Water District of Southern California
and of the Orange
County Water District. The Orange
County Water District manages the
groundwater basin in central and northern
Orange County and operates the Groundwater
Replenishment System, the world's
largest water purification plant for
Valley has two fully accredited major
medical centers: the Fountain
Valley Regional Hospital with
400 beds available, and Orange
Coast Memorial Medical Center
with 230 beds, a medical clinic, and
an outpatient medical building.
city also has 18 churches, one Reform
a mosque and a public library.
Valley has its own newspaper, the
Fountain Valley View, operated
by the Orange
city, most of Fountain Valley's residents
commute to work in other urban centers.
However, in recent years, the city
has seen an increase in commercial
jobs in the city, with the growth
of a commercial center near the Santa
Ana River known as the "Southpark"
the economy of the area was once based
mainly on agriculture, the remaining
production consists of several fields
or other small crops, which are gradually
being replaced by new office development.
Efforts to bolster economic activity
are evidenced by the city enacting
policies to benefit small businesses,
and even going so far as to paint
a mural on the facade of a large water
treatment building facing the freeway
that depicts two shopping bags headlined
by the words, "Shop in Fountain Valley."
Valley is home to the national headquarters
Motor America and D-Link
Corporation, the global headquarters
of memory chip manufacturer Kingston
Technology, and the corporate
headquarters of Surefire,
LLC, maker of military and commercial
flashlights. The Southpark commercial
area is also home to offices for companies
such as D-Link,
Satura and the Orange County Register.
There are also a limited number of
light industrial companies in this
area. In addition, Fountain Valley
is the location for Noritz, a tankless
water heater manufacturer, and the
main west coast offices of Ceridian,
increasing commercial growth can be
evidenced by the frequent rush-hour
traffic bottlenecks on the San Diego
(405) Freeway through Fountain Valley.
to the City's 2009 Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report, the top employers
in the city are:
are three high
schools, three middle
schools, nine elementary
schools, one K-12 school, and
two K-8 schools. However, some students
who live in the city of Fountain Valley
actually attend schools in other cities.
Valley is also home to Coastline
Community College. Community colleges
in the area include Orange
Coast College and Golden
West College, located nearby in
the cities of Costa Mesa and Huntington
schools in Huntington
Beach Union High School District
schools in Garden
Grove Unified School District
schools in Fountain
Valley School District
schools in Ocean
View Middle School District
schools in Garden Grove Unified School
Elementary School, a 2011 Blue Ribbon
schools in Fountain Valley School
Christian School (K-8)
addition to the San Diego Freeway,
which bisects the city, Fountain Valley
is served by several bus lines operated
by the Orange
County Transportation Authority.
Bus routes 33, 35, 37, 70, 72, 74,
and 172 cover the city's major streets.
of the major roads are equipped with
especially around Mile Square Park,
which offers wide bike paths along
the major streets that mark its boundary.
Dedicated bike paths along the Santa
Ana River run from the city of
to the Pacific
United States Census reported
that Fountain Valley had a population
of 55,313. The population
density was 6,124.7 people per
square mile (2,364.8/km²). The racial
makeup of Fountain Valley was 31,225
(49.2% Non-Hispanic White), (0.9%)
American, 229 (0.4%) Native
American, 18,418 (33.3%) Asian,
171 (0.3%) Pacific
Islander, 2,445 (4.4%) from other
races, and 2,315 (4.2%) from two
or more races. Hispanic
of any race were 7,250 persons (13.1%).
Census reported that 54,876 people
(99.2% of the population) lived in
households, 257 (0.5%) lived in non-institutionalized
group quarters, and 180 (0.3%) were
were 18,648 households, out of which
6,341 (34.0%) had children under the
age of 18 living in them, 11,142 (59.7%)
married couples living together,
2,102 (11.3%) had a female householder
with no husband present, 970 (5.2%)
had a male householder with no wife
present. There were 646 (3.5%) unmarried
opposite-sex partnerships, and
108 (0.6%) same-sex
married couples or partnerships.
3,451 households (18.5%) were made
up of individuals and 1,772 (9.5%)
had someone living alone who was 65
years of age or older. The average
household size was 2.94. There were
(76.2% of all households); the average
family size was 3.34.
population was spread out with 11,643
people (21.0%) under the age of 18,
4,624 people (8.4%) aged 18 to 24,
13,310 people (24.1%) aged 25 to 44,
16,020 people (29.0%) aged 45 to 64,
and 9,716 people (17.6%) who were
65 years of age or older. The median
age was 42.6 years. For every 100
females there were 94.9 males. For
every 100 females age 18 and over,
there were 92.2 males.
were 19,164 housing units at an average
density of 2,122.0 per square mile
(819.3/km²), of which 13,458 (72.2%)
were owner-occupied, and 5,190 (27.8%)
were occupied by renters. The homeowner
vacancy rate was 0.8%; the rental
vacancy rate was 3.8%. 40,718 people
(73.6% of the population) lived in
owner-occupied housing units and 14,158
people (25.6%) lived in rental housing
to the 2010 United States Census,
Fountain Valley had a median household
income of $81,212, with 6.7% of the
population living below the federal
to the census
of 2000, there were 54,978 people,
18,162 households, and 14,220 families
residing in the city. The population
density was 6,167.8 inhabitants
per square mile (2,382.4/km²). There
were 18,473 housing units at an average
density of 2,072.4 per square mile
(800.5/km²). The racial makeup of
the city was 64.02% White,
or African American, 0.46% American
Indian or Alaskan Native, 10.68%
of the population were Hispanic
or Latino of any race. 25.76%
Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,
3.95% from other
races, and 4.3% from two or more
were 18,162 households out of which
34.3% had children under the age of
18 living with them, 63.4% were married
couples living together, 10.5%
had a female householder with no husband
present, and 21.7% were non-families.
16.0% of all households were made
up of individuals and 5.5% had someone
living alone who was 65 years of age
or older. The average household size
was 3.00 and the average family size
the city the population was spread
out with 23.5% under the age of 18,
7.9% from 18 to 24, 30.1% from 25
to 44, 27.2% from 45 to 64, and 11.3%
who were 65 years of age or older.
The median age was 38 years. For every
100 females there were 95.6 males.
For every 100 females age 18 and over,
there were 93.0 males.
median income for a household in the
city was $78,729, and the median income
for a family was $90,335. Males had
a median income of $60,399 versus
$43,089 for females. The per
capita income for the city was
$48,521. About 1.6% of families and
2.3% of the population were below
line, including 3.2% of those
under age 18 and 3.0% of those age
65 or over.
State Legislature, Fountain Valley
is in the
34th Senate District, represented
and in the
72nd Assembly District, represented
States House of Representatives,
Fountain Valley is in California's
48th congressional district, represented
Altice, model, actress, August
2000 Playboy Playmate of
Astor, Academy Award for Best
Supporting Actress; moved to Fountain
Benson, soccer player.
Bertz, soccer player.
H. Chen, businessman; moved
to Fountain Valley.
Clark, football player.
Denker, baseball player.
Evans, professional wrestler.
Eyre, baseball player.
Freed, Olympic gold medal
winning softball player.
Freeman, baseball player.
J. Gerard, football player.
Harry, football player.
Hessman, baseball player.
Hoyos, soccer player.
Hudson, baseball player: Kansas
City Royals pitcher.
Huish, Olympic gold medal
Khánh, musician; lived in
Margerum, Football player:
Bears and San
Francisco 49ers wide receiver,
Jose State college football
McClintock, basketball player.
M. Patterson, U.S. Representative
from California; lives in Fountain
Pfeiffer, actress, graduate
of Fountain Valley High School
Class of 1975
Satherley, record producer.
Schoenke, actor, screenwriter,
film director, film editor, film
producer, and cinematographer.
Sias, soccer player.
Sommersell, football player.
Taua, football player.
Thayer, baseball player.
Wilson, baseball player.
J. Wilson, baseball player.
Yong Taek, martial artist;
lived in Fountain Valley.
Siddiqi, Islamic scholar
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Valley Schools". Los
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Reyes (February 17, 1992). "Night
Visitors Brought Halt to Family's
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