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City of Buena Park, California
The city of Buena Park is located in within the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The city of Buena Park is a residential suburb and commercial hub, just 20 kilometers northwest of the county seat, Santa Ana, in northwestern Orange County. The city is a vacation hot spot and is known worldwide for its many world tourist attractions.
Buena Park city is operating under council–manager government, where the policy making body is the City Council. The task of carrying out the Council policy and to manage the day to day operation of city functions is the City Manager. Five non-partisan members is elected at large, to serve as the City Council and its chair acts as mayor. The United States Census made public that Buena Park, as of 2010, had a population of 80,530 and a median household income of $64,205. Among its top employers is Knott’s Berry Farm, with over 5,000 employees.
The origins of the name Buena Park, meaning “good park” in Spanish, is still not known and a lot of theories have been put forward. One such theory refers to an artesian well and its park-like grounds that were once located at intersection of Artesia Boulevard and Beach Boulevard. The local settlers then speak of the area as “Plaza Buena”.
In 1783 king of Spain gave his permission to Governor Pedro Fages to make land grants in California. One such grant was the Rancho Los Coyotes given to Manuel Nieto of the Portolà expeditions. This land includes what is now Buena Park. The rancho’s headquarters, made for adobe, can be found on what is presently the Los Coyotes Country Club’s golf course.
The Rancho Los Coyotes is a major focal point of American history. On January 1847, Commodore Robert S. Stockton won the battle of the San Gabriel River and decided the outcome of the Mexican-American War. Historically marked near the Los Coyotes Country Club, which is found in the Bellehurst area of Buena Park, is the exact location of Stockton’s campsite.
In 1885, a wholesale grocer from Chicago, James A. Whitaker was planning to create a cattle ranch and had managed to acquire 690 acres of land from what used to be the Rancho Los Coyotes. However, officials from the Santa Fe Railway convinced Whitaker into using the land for a new town. In 1887 Whitaker filed township papers creating the town of Buena Park.
It was an agricultural center when it was founded, becoming a well-known dairy center, and for its citrus and wine products. The Lily Creamery was the first industry in the city, along with a few wineries. Depots were built by both Sante Fe and Southern Pacific railroads to support their operations. Buena Park city was incorporated on January 27, 1953.
Today, one of Buena Park’s claims to fame is as the home of the popular E-Zone or Entertainment Zone and it is located just 5 miles from Disneyland. There are many attractions in Buena Park that will demand a visit and entertain every one of all ages.