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City of Costa Mesa, California
Costa Mesa is one of the cities in Orange County, California. It is located on the coastal tableland which is above Newport Beach. The first people to inhabit this city were Native American Indians who settled near the banks of the Santa Ana River. They named the village Lukup and even today artifacts are being unearthed which prove that these people were indeed the first Costa Mesans.
The Mission San Juan Capistrano founded in 1776. The mission was approximately six Spanish leagues southeast of what is known as Costa Mesa today. In 1801,Spain granted Jose Antonio Yorba about 6,200 acres of land which he named Rancho San Antonio. This land includes the communities of Villa Park, Santa Ana, Olive, Orange, Tustin, Costa Mesa and Newport Beach.
It was after the Mexican-American war, when California officially became part of the United States when settlers moved into the said area and they formed the town they called Fairview in the 1880’s. Disaster struck in 1889 when a flood destroyed the railroad connecting the city to the other places in California. It did not take long for the city to slowly wither away as people started leaving.
To the south a new community was founded. It was located on the side of the Santa Ana and the Newport Railroad. It was named Harper after a local rancher. The town prospered by producing agricultural goods. On May 11, 1920, the community changed its name from Harper to Costa Mesa which meant “coast table or land.” This is in reference to the city being a plateau along the coast. The city was incorporated in 1953.
During World War ll, the population of Costa Mesa drastically increased. This was because of the Santa Ana Army Air Base. The people stationed there came back from the war and settled in Costa Mesa. Within a short span of time, less than three decades after its incorporation, the population of Costa Mesa grew almost five times its population before the city was incorporated.
The local economy in Costa Mesa is primarily retail and services. The South Coast Plaza is the largest commercial activity center in the area. The South Coast Plaza is a shopping center known for its size and architecture. The volume of sales generated by this company is the highest among regional shopping centers in the country.
Aside from retail stores, there are also a few industrial companies in the southwest part of Costa Mesa. It is home to a number of plastic, pharmaceutical and electronic firms. Companies like Experian, Ceradyne, El Pollo Loco, Trinity Broadcasting Network, Volcom, RVCA, Hurley, Toyota Racing Development, and Emulex are some of the companies that call Costa Mesa their home.
Costa Mesa also has its share of notable individuals. Here are a few people who made it big and once called Costa Mesa home. Sharon Day, Olympic High Jumper, Jay Bentley, bassist for Bad Religion, Xeno Muller, Olympic gold and silver medalist in rowing, Jesse Sapolu former NFL player, to name a few.