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Baldwin Park, California


It’s hard to look at the city of Baldwin Park today and believe that it used to be nothing more than land set aside for grazing cattle. Back in 1860, the community was known as Vineland, with the name of Baldwin Park not being used until 1906. The name came from a resident names Elias J. Baldwin, who was more commonly known by the nickname “Lucky.” The 75,000 plus folks that live in the city today would certain count themselves as lucky, as this truly is a great place to live when choosing a spot in California.


Baldwin Park, which would become the 47th city incorporated in the State of California, really started to come to prominence when the first school was built in 1882. That first school was used for education purposes through to 1890, when the building was sold and used as a private residence from that point forward. By that time, the Vineland School District has already been established, ensuring that education would remain a focal point of the city. As of now, the Baldwin Park Unified School District, as it is now known, has 23 schools in its network, as well as an annual budget in excess of $100 million.


There is more to Baldwin Park than just a great school system, though, and it actually holds a coveted spot in the history of fast food. The city had the distinction of being the home of the very first In-N-Out burger stand, which was opened in 1948. It also held the distinction of being the first drive-thru in California, which is a pretty big score for a relatively small town. That original location was used until 2004 when a new In-N-Out burger building was erected.


Another popular spot around that time was the Vias Turkey Ranch, which was a commercial property that held a large selection of birds. Deer were also kept on the ranch, but like many areas in California after World War II, the value of the land brought in developers who basically forced out operations like the turkey ranch so that they could build new properties on that spot. Another spot that befell the same fate was the McMullan Dairy, which was always a popular spot for kids from all over the state to come and visit.


Nowadays, Baldwin Park is a thriving community of more than 75,000 residents, with the city working very hard to make sure that they have a great place to live. There are no less than six different parks dotted around the city, as well as a ton of recreation spots for kids, families, and seniors. The city that is known as “The Hub of the San Gabriel Valley” is not only located in a beautiful part of the state, it also has the benefit of being one of the most temperate spots, too. The weather is great year round, which may also help explain why all of the residents always seem so happy.
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