Chula Vista is a city located in the most southern county of California. It has an estimated population of 227,723 as of 2007 and is the second largest city in the San Diego County, as well as the 14th-largest in the state. There has been archaeological evidence that shows humans have inhabited the area for at least 10,000 years. The city was incorporated in 1911 and life continued on as an agricultural based society until 1916 with the introduction of the Hercules Powder Company as a kelp processing plant. The yellow pages of California has more information about the city. Chula Vista intends to expand eastward over the next few decades, into a bay front area. Plans will include several new housing developments. Developers plan for the city to be a strong business base and attractive neighborhood, while maintaining a sense of small town community and values. There are many other events and points of interest in the city. The Chula Vista Nature Center, the Olympic Training Center and Knott's Soak City draw in hundreds of tourists every year, as well as the famous Lemon Festival, Chula Vista Rose Festival and Starlight Parade. Learn more about Chula Vista and other California cities in our business directory. You can also check out BestChulaVista.com for the best businesses in Chula Vista, CA.
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