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City of Torrance, California
Torrance, also known to its residents and neighboring cities as the Balanced City, is a southwestern city of the Los Angeles County, California. On the Pacific Ocean, Torrance has 1.5 miles long of beautiful beaches and a year-long sea breezes temperature at low humidity.
For thousands of years, Torrance had been a part of the Tongva Native American homeland. In the 1900s, Jared Sidney Torrance, a real estate developer, and other land investors had seen the land as a potential community for industrial-residential homes. They bought a portion of the ranch owned by some Spanish and developed and founded it as the City of Torrance in October 1912.
The city was incorporated formally on May 1921 and the town was in boundary on the east side at the Western Avenue, on the north at Del Amo Boulevard, on the west at Crenshaw Boulevard, and on the south at Plaza del Amo.
In the progress of the city, Gramercy was the first residential created, while the Andreo was the second. They were located in the Old Torrance and these houses were already more than a century old. The beautiful old and civic residential architectures were innovatively designed by Irving Gill, a renowned Southern California architect.
After the World War II, the City of Torrance grew rapidly when several wartime industries dominated the trading and business scheme in the land. The population also multiplied, thus the need for more housing and residential developments. In 1950s to 1960s, large houses were then built and contributed to the economic progress of the city. Thereafter, when the aerospace were closed and recession affected the oil refinery in 1990s, a great number of immigrants came in and caused the Torrance to survive and rise up again. The Japanese-owned American Honda Motor Company is based in Torrance, and it contributed a lot to the growth of the city.
The land once used for oil production was developed into a nature preserve wherein a vital habitat for wildlife and birds and plants was established. The local government was able to build schools and centers for the children of Torrance.
Based on recorded census in 1930, the population was at 7,271. In 2013 US Census, the population was recorded at 147,478, and in 2015, it was at 148,475. The council-manager form of government gives the city great governance and it has been known throughout the region for its low crime rates. The consistency of this rank caused it to be acknowledged as one of the safest cities throughout Los Angeles County.
The Mediterranean climate in the city and the beauty of the beaches attract many tourists as well. The beaches include the Redondo Beach, Malaga Cove, and Palos Verdes or Rat Beach. With exquisite craftsmanship and innovation, the city became a home to an amazing landscape of an un-crowded, sun-kissed beach. There are also around 90,000 street trees nurtured, 30 city parks and recreation centers, and high-tech industries in all residential and commercial areas.
The city of Torrance is one of the hidden treasures of the Los Angeles County, and this is where tourists go to discover a getaway that is packed with unique surprises.