Marieta (UK) Murrieta) is a city in southwestern Riverside, California, the United States of America. The population in the 2010 population census reached 103,466. The population grew by 133% (2.3 times) over the 10 years of the 2000 population census, making it one of the fastest growing cities in Japan. Most of the city is a residential district, and many of the citizens are thought to be bedtowns that commute to San Diego, Orange, and neighboring industrialized cities of Temecula and Camp Pendleton of the United States Marine Corps.
City of Murrieta
look to the west in Marieta and Temecura
Riverside County (shown below) and Marieta locations in California
|Coordinates: 33 degrees 34 minutes 10 seconds north latitude 117 degrees 12 minutes 9 seconds west longitude / 33.56944 degrees north latitude 117.20250 degrees west longitude / 33.56944; -117.20250|
|city||March 31, 1988|
City of Murrieta
|region||73.6 km2 (28.4 mi2)|
|land||73.5 km2 (28.4 mi2)|
|water surface||0.1 km2 (0.0 mi2)|
|water area ratio||0.14%|
|Elevation||334 m (1096 ft)|
|population||(as of 2010)|
|population density||1200/km2 (3100/mi2)|
|equal time||Pacific Time (UTC-8)|
|daylight saving time||Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7)|
|Official website: City of Murrieta|
The city of Marieta admits to Temecura in the south, Meshiura in the north, and Meshifi in the north, where the city system was newly established, and Wilmer in each city.
It is sometimes confused with Rancho Marieta, an unincorporated area near Sacramento City in northern California. In addition, the founder of the city is sometimes confused with the bandits of southern California, Joaquin Marieta.
There was no time when the Marieta had a large population in most of its history. A Spaniard named Ethekial Marieta, who saw a piece of land dotted with wild trees on a gently undulating hill (now the endangered species of Engelman oak, and so on), was planning to buy 52,000 acres (208 km²) together with Rancho Pauba and Rancho Temecula, both Mexico's patented land, and bring a raising of sheep to California. However, Ethekial returned to Spain and handed over the land to his younger brother, Juan Marieta (1844-1936). Juan brought 100,000 sheep to this valley in 1873. The abundant pasture was suitable for breeding sheep.
After a railway station was constructed in 1882 to connect the Marieta with the Southern California Railway's transcontinental section, some found the beautiful scenery of the valley. In 1890, the population of the Marieta was about 800.
It is said that Juan Marieta used a hot spring when he was bathing the sheep. As a result, the hot spring became the center of the town. The residents of Marieta invested in developing the hot spring into a resort of Marieta Hot Springs, which attracted tourists from all over the country. Today, there is a Bible College and a conference room owned by Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa (about 50 acres, 200,000 meters²). Kabarri Chapel spent millions of dollars to repair and rebuild the old resort facilities.
In 1935, when the railway was discontinued, it became difficult for tourists who used to live in this town to stop by. The economic boom experienced by the railway and hot springs gradually declined. The Marieta was to stay in a small country town.
The U.S. National Route 395 ran through the town of Marieta, but it was only after the construction of the Interstate Expressway Route 15 in the early 1980s that the town experienced a boom again. By the late 1980s, suburban residential areas were built, and residents moved from other areas of San Diego, Orange, and Riverside Counties, and the Marieta grew rapidly.
In 1990, the residents started a movement to enforce the municipal system, and on July 1, 1991, the city of Marieta was born. The population grew from 2,200 in 1980 to 24,000.
Between 1991 and 2007, the population continued to rise further to 97,257 and is now estimated to be 100,071.
By merging the neighboring French Valley, it merged the biggest airport in the southwestern part of Riverside County into the city.
The Marieta has 33 degrees 34 minutes 10 seconds north latitude and 117 degrees 12 minutes 9 seconds west longitude/33.56944 degrees north latitude and 117.20250 degrees west longitude/ 33.56944 degrees; -117.20250. According to the National Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 28.4 square miles (73.6 km2), of which the land area is 28.4 square miles (73.5 km2), the water area is 0.04 square miles (0.1 km 2), and the water area is 0.14%.
Marieta is known to have a pleasant climate throughout the year.
- the hottest month is usually July
- The record high temperature is 125 degrees F (51.7 degrees C) recorded in 1998
- usually the coldest month is December
- The lowest temperature in the past is 14 degrees F (-10 degrees C) recorded in 1976
- the largest amount of rainfall in a year is in February
|Rain and Temperature (Description)|
The Marieta is located in the Mediterranean climate, namely, the dry summer subtropical climate (Csa in the Climate Division of Keppan). It is blessed with a good sun throughout the year, and on average, the sun is 263 days, and the only measurable rainfall is 35 days.
From April to November, the temperature is hot and dry, and the highest temperature during the day is 77-98°F (25-37°C) and the lowest temperature is 44-60°F (7-16°C). From November to March, the season is somewhat rainy, and it has precipitation of one inch (25 mm) to three inches (76 mm) a month.
There are also typical phenomena of microclimate. The temperature difference between the interior and the coast can be 18°F (10°C), and the temperature gradient is more than 1°F per mile. In California, from late spring to early summer, there is a weather called 'June Groom' or 'May Gray' which usually causes a thick fog in the morning, and in the afternoon, the sun looks out.
The annual average rainfall is 15 inches (385 mm), which is high from winter to spring (November to April). Even if it rains, it's a small amount, but sometimes it rains like a pounding and thunderstorm. Snow is very rare, but every winter there is snow in the mountains in the city.
The following is demographic data from the 2000 census.
Households and family (number of households)
Income and household finances (estimated 2007)
The California State Council is part of the 36th and 64th and 66th constituencies of the Senate. The U.S. House of Representatives is part of California's 45th district, with the Republican Party +3 of the Cook Ballot Index. As of 2010, all Republican members were in office.
The present mayor is Kelly Bennett. Warney Ennox, who served as the fourth mayor, was charged with 14 felony charges in February 2009. He became the only mayor sent to prison in the history of Marieta. The sentence was put to jail for 180 days.
The city of Marieta, according to the FBI's 2005 crime statistics, is the safest city in Riverside County, and the safest city in the state and in the country among 50,000 to 100,000 cities. In the 2006 Crime Statistics Survey by Morgan Quitnot, it became the 39th safe city in Japan. The Marieta Police Station, established in 1992, has a characteristic character as the police station of the only municipality in the southwestern part of Riverside County. There are about 100 officers at present.
Although Marieta had maintained volunteer fire corps for nearly 39 years, it became a complete local government fire department in 1987 and became the only fire department in the southwestern part of Riverside County.
According to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2009 edition of Marieta, the top 10 employers in the city are as follows:
|rank||employer||number of employees|
|1||Marieta Valley United School District||1,900|
|2||Southwest Medical System||1,500|
|6||The Home Depot||295|
|7||Oak Grove Center||245|
There are two intermajor state highways running through Malieta between the city and other regions. Interstate Highway Route No. 215 runs in the east part of the city and Route No. 15 runs in the west. It also runs National Route 395. The Riverside County Transportation Bureau operates bus routes in the area. There is a possibility that the California High Speed Railway will run in the future. Residents approved the decision in a referendum in 2008. When a high speed railway station is built, the number of passengers boarding at this station is estimated to be 8,000 per day. The station is scheduled to be constructed between Marieta and Temekula, near the interchange of Interstate Expressway Route 15 and Route 215. Near the interchange, there is an RV service center with a garbage dump site and a parking lot in the Marieta Creek RV.
Marieta's public education is under the jurisdiction of the United School District of Marieta Valley. This school district has 11 elementary schools, 3 junior high schools, 3 ordinary high schools, 1 continuation school and one independent research school. Because the population of the area increased rapidly, a new school for each of the elementary, junior high and high schools is being established. Marieta Mesa High School opened from 2009 to 2010 for first and second grade students. The children of the citizens also go to Culveri Chapel Bible College, which was built on the site of the old hot spring resort, and to Culveri Chapel Marieta, a private school of common science under the jurisdiction of the College.
A plan is underway to develop a luxury shopping area in Marieta City. The area will include a cinema complex, an outdoor plaza, a hotel with 250 rooms and a large reception room, a parking lot with up to 4,700 cars, and a high rise office building. Many restaurants will be located here, and high speed railway stations are proposed in the future. In the past, the project was proposed as an indoor shopping center, an ice link, a museum, a museum with a western theme, and a stadium for San Diego Chargers. Once the project is completed, it will be the largest shopping destination in the Marita. The project will cost more than $300 million and will be designed as a lifestyle center. It includes at least nine luxury restaurants, one theater, one 24-hour facility, and one hotel with a convention center. The plan has stopped due to the recent recession, but it is expected to be resumed soon.
Memorial for the War Dead
In Town Square, which is currently under development to house government buildings, such as the Marieta Police Station, public library, city hall, and the Center for the Aged, a memorial for the war dead will also be built. It costs $2 million and the city has donated $500,000 to start the construction. The Honorary Garden, commemorative Obelisk and World War II memorial wall will be constructed.
Bear Creek Golf Course
There is a golf course used by the Southern California Golf Association in Bear Creek, a montsuki community in the city. Many people have visited, including Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.
In the southwestern part of Riverside County, TV station Channell 27 broadcasts. The office is currently suffering management and has laid off some of its employees.
The Marieta has a wide range of sports education programs that provide opportunities for children. The sports taught are soccer, baseball, American football (flags, junior, all-American and pop warner), street hockey, and cheerleading. The Southern California Golf School runs the Junior Golfers Players Club.
There is a Mulligan Family Fan Center in the city. In the neighborhood there is the Santa Rosa Plateau, a National Nature Reserve where tourists can visit and observe the wildlife habitat for both the flora and fauna of the flora (including the Engelmann oak). There is also a pole position at the go-cart race track and a movie theater. The Temecura winery is 20 minutes away by car, and many participants attend the wine and balloon festival. Every year, Marieta and Temekula co-host Rod Run and antique cars gather together.
well known native and inhabitant
- Floyd Landis, a pro bicycle road race, Tour de France 2006, lost the race, and when he was not in Europe, he lived with his family in Marieta
- Tom Cruise, the actors and Katy Holmes, the actresses and their wives, and the Marieta have a house
- Lindsey Davenport Pro Tennis Player, Gold at the Olympics, 1994, Marieta Valley High School graduate
- lived in Barry Bonds, former Major League Baseball player, San Francisco Giants and Bear Creek
- ^ "State & County QuickFacts". US Census Bureau. Viewed on December 24, 2011.
- ^ Murrieta History
- ^ Juan Murrieta 1844-1936
- ^ Murrieta History
- ^ Murrieta, California (Images of America Series) isbn:0738546690
- ^ Murrieta History
- ^ California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 9 through 16
- ^ Murrieta History
- ^ French Valley Airport
- ^ US Gazetteer files: 2010, 2000, and 1990, United States Census Bureau, (2011-02-12)Available April 23, 2011.
- ^ weather.com Murrieta, CA: Weather Facts
- ^ "Weatherbase: Historical Weather for Los Angeles, California, United States of America". Weatherbase.com. Read on January 8, 2009.
- ^ http://www.weather.com
- ^ American FactFinder, United States Census Bureauhttp://factfinder.census.gov 31-January 2008.
- ^ http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/STTable?_bm=y&-context=st&-qr_name=ACS_2007_1YR_G00_S1901&-ds_name=ACS_2007_1YR_G00_&-CONTEXT=st&-tree_id=307&-redoLog=false&-_caller=geoselect&-geo_id=16000US0650076&-format=&-_lang=en factfinder.census.gov
- ^ "Will Gerrymandered Districts Stem the Wave of Voter Unrest?". Campaign Legal Center Blog. Read on February 10, 2008.
- ^ Table 8 (California) - Crime in the United States 2005
- ^ Comprehensive Annual Financial Report of Murrieta Archived October 11, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ Riverside Transit Authority Archived December 21, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ Murrieta Creek RV."
- ^ HSR Station Concepts through the Inland Empire
- ^ Murrieta Unified School District
- ^ Murrieta Unified School District
- ^ Triangle development moving forward
- ^ Archived Copies. Archived from original as of April 27, 2010. On April 13, 2010:
- ^ TV Station cuts back
- ^ Murrieta Community Services Archived March 3, 2006, at Archive.is
- ^ Southern california Junior Golfers Players Club
- ^ Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve
- City of Murrieta Official Site - Official Site
- Murrieta Chamber of Commerce
- Murrieta Unified School District