Inglewood is a city in the southwestern part of the state of California. It has an estimated population of 129,900 as of 2006 and is in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. The city was incorporated on February 14, 1908 and has had a long history even before that. The earliest known residents of the city date back to before American settlement and has since then developed into a major city. Check the yellow pages of California for more information on cities in CaliforniaIn 1989, and again in 2009, the National Civic League named Inglewood an All-America City. Most recently, it was crowned as such for its visible progress. The city features several famous landmarks. The Inglewood Park Cemetery is a regional cemetery founded in 1905 and widely used. The first soft serve ice cream chain in California was founded in 1946 by George Fosters, called Fosters Freeze.There are three distinct neighborhoods of the city. Crenshaw-Imperial was a more recent annexation to Inglewood. Morningside Park lies in the eastern part of the city, and is six miles from the Los Angeles International Airport. Finally, North Inglewood is in the northern part of the city near the Santa Fe railroad tracks. The California business directory can tell you more about the area and its development. For information on other cities, check out our business directory.
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