It has long been common practice in California to talk about California and call the "new big thing" the next gold rush. Given the liquid gold and imported water that carries the California aqueduct from north to north, it is no surprise that California is considered a gold-rich state. However, pumping water to protect endangered species, water quality and water conservation has an impact on communities. The early American settlers came to the Kettleman Hills in the 1850s with the dream of raising cattle and farming.
The economy of Avenal shrank and many shops, buildings and houses were evacuated in the 1960s, when an influx of agricultural workers greatly affected the Avenals and their surroundings. The Avenal's economy shrank, and many shops, buildings and homes were evacuated and evacuated from the Kettleman Hills in the 1970s and 1980s. In the 1960s, when the influx of agricultural workers had a major impact on the city and surrounding areas.
Avenal was a tent city before the boom, but the foresight made it orderly, as it has been since the 1940s. Avenal has been a tent city since its beginnings in the 1930s, and many of the tents still exist today because it was dismantled in 1940. Foresight has been the driving force behind the upswing since it began, though it has always been tent city locations. Since the 1950s, the Avenals have been an area of tent cities, both in their original form and in a new form.
In an election in February 1934, the municipality of Avenal established a fire district to efficiently supply the municipalities and districts. In the elections of January 1934 and again in May 1934, the municipality of Avenals was founded as a fire department with the aim of serving the fire departments in the cities and the rural districts efficiently.
In the early 1970s, a section of California's aqueduct and Interstate 5, which runs near Avenal, was completed. Life in Avenal's sun - baked hills and their natural beauty meant a place where decent living conditions were created for the rapidly growing population. Many inhabitants were engaged in agriculture, which experienced considerable growth in the late 1950s and early 1960s due to the growth of agriculture and road construction.
In the 1980s, poor and reeling, Avenal became one of the first of several valley towns to successfully apply for a state prison, or as it was then called because of its proximity to the aqueduct and California State Prison. The Avenal State Prison, completed in 1987, increased the city's tax revenue per capita by $1.5 million and its population by 1,000.
In 1953, the oil company that owns shares in the area was named the Standard Oil Company of California to operate the fields. 1953 The Oil Company, a holding company for the field, named after the standard oil companies in California. The oil company holding the field is known as the Standard Oil Company of California to operate it.
In the late 1990s, the post office was moved to a new location in the town of Ensenada, about 20 miles east of its original location. In the late 1990s, the Post moved from its original location at the old Enenada site to the new location near the former El Camino Real site.
This is the first post office in Kings County to include the city of Enenada, the city of El Camino Real and Los Angeles County. This is one of the oldest post offices in the state of California and covers the entire Kings County as well as much of San Bernardino County and parts of Santa Barbara County. It is part of a much larger postal system with more than 1,000 mail stations throughout the county, in addition to some smaller ones in the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley and Santa Clara County in California's Central Valley. These are the second and third most important post offices in Kings County, which include the city of Las Vegas and most of Southern California. There are two of them, one in Ensenada and one each in La Jolla, Santa Ana and San Pedro.
The postal code for this community is 93204, and the telephone number is used in the order 559 - 386 - XXXX. The zip code for the city of Enenada and surrounding communities is "93204," and the telephone numbers are used within sequences 5 59 -386 -XXXX, as well as the zip code for the city of El Camino Real and the entire Los Angeles County and parts of Santa Barbara County. The postcodes for these municipalities are "94204," and the telephone numbers for them are used in a sequence of "559 + 386 + XXXZ." The zip codes of these communities are 93205, with the zip codes of La Jolla, Santa Ana, San Pedro, El Camino and much of Southern California and part of California's Central Valley.