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Lets cover off Visalia first. Visalia is a Central California city situated in the heart of California’s agricultural San Joaquin Valley, approximately 230 miles (370 km) southeast of San Francisco and 190 miles (310 km) north of Los Angeles.

As the county seat and largest city of Tulare County, Visalia serves as the economic center to the region known as the Sequoia Valley, the most productive single agricultural area in the United States.

Visalia is the 47th largest city in the state of California and the 203rd largest in the United States.

Often referred to as the Gateway to the Sequoias and nicknamed The Jewel of the Valley, Visalia has an estimated population of 123,670 and spans over 28.6 square miles (74.1 km2) in Central California. Additionally, the Visalia Metropolitan Area is home to nearly 500,000 residents.

AmGen Tour Of California 2009 , Visalia CAIts inhabitants are known as “Visalians”.

In 2007, Visalia was named the 3rd fastest growing city in California and 19th fastest growing city in the U.S. In 2009, Visalia served as a host city for the cycling Amgen Tour of California. The city is set to be the starting point for the 5th stage of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California.

Visalia was featured in several episodes of Season 2 of the TV series 24, though many characters mispronounced its name. Visalia was the birthplace of a number of famous Americans, including Steve Perry, former lead singer of Journey, and Hollywood star Kevin Costner.

Yokohl Valley, Visalia CAThe geography of the Visalia area remains a mix of heavily irrigated green farmland and scrubby Sierra Nevada foothills just to the east of the city. It is known as “Where The Valley Meets The Giants.”

On average, the warmest month is July.

On average, the coolest month is December.

March is the average wettest month.

Snow is an extremely rare occurrence in Visalia, the last recorded date of snowfall being January 25 1999.