Stockton, California can be found in San Joaquin County, the fifth largest agricultural county in the USA. It is home to 290,141 residents. The climate in the city is very temperate with cool winters and a comfortably warm summer. Founded in 1848 and officially incorporated in 1850, Stockton is a growing city.
Stockton has many neighborhoods that are varied in their architecture, from Spanish Colonial to Contemporary. The majority of homes are single family but there are mixed used complexes as well. Agriculture is still the main driving force of the economy for the city and its surroundings but it has been joined by such industries as telecommunications and manufacturing. Companies such as Duraflame and Pac-West Telecommunications make their headquarters here. The oddity of foreign trade is that wind turbines is the largest cargo coming into the Port of Stockton, which is an active international port. California business directories have very varied listings due to the ethnicity of the residents and the port itself.
Entertainment venues are many, including the University of the Pacific home to Brubeck Hall; the Stockton Symphony; the Stockton Arena hosts numerous popular music concerts; the Bob Hope Theatre; the Faye Spanos Concert Hall; the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium; the Warren Atherton Auditorium at the Delta Center for the Arts and others. Museums include the Haggin Museum, the Tidewater Art Gallery, the Elsie May Goodwin Gallery, the Reynolds Gallery at University of the Pacific, the Children’s Museum of Stockton and more. All are listed in the local yellow pages.
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