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Statistics & Facts

The California state capital is Sacramento.
The population of Cabazon is approximately 2,229 (2000), 2535 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 754 (1990), 792 (2010).
The amount of land area in Cabazon is 9.327 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Cabazon is 3.9 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Cabazon to Washington DC is 2344 miles.
The distance to the California state capital is 418 miles. (as the crow flies)
Cabazon is positioned 33.91 degrees north of the equator and 116.77 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Cabazon median income is $ 20,598 (2000).
The Cabazon median home price is $ 62,600 (2000).
The average winter temperature is 47.2 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 56.1 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 75.6 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 62.4 degrees F.


at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains in the pass between the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountain ranges. It is near Banning in southern California. Other nearby communities include Idyllwild-Pine Cove, Valle Vista, Beaumont, Cherry Valley, San Jacinto, Morongo Valley and East Hemet.
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History & History Related Items

First known as "Hall City" in the mid-1800's. Hall City became Cabazon after a chief of the Morongo Tribe began a railroad station at the place which is now around Broadway and Main Street. Cabazon is an unincorporated area of Riverside County. It was once an incorporated city, but is no longer.
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Claude Bell's Dinosaurs
The dinosaurs were built by Claude Bell, who ran the Wheel Inn on I-10. Claude took 11 years to build Dinny, a giant apatosaurus and arguably the largest dinosaur in America. A small museum in Dinny's belly still sells souvenirs. A giant Tyrannosaurus was started as the next project, but was not completed when Claude died.
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Cabazon City Government

Cabazon is an unincorporated area of Riverside County. As such, it is governed by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. Cabazon is located in the Fourth Supervisorial District. Within its jurisdiction are the cities of Moreno Valley, Perris, Calimesa, Beaumont, Banning, Desert Hot Springs and northern Palm Springs. Also included are the unincorporated areas of Nuevo, Lakeview, Juniper Flats, Meadowbrook, Good Hope, a portion of Mead Valley, Romoland, Homeland, Green Acres, Highgrove, Box Springs, Pigeon Pass, Reche Canyon, San Timoteo Canyon, Oak Valley, Cherry Valley, Banning Bench, Cabazon, Palm Springs Village and Palm Springs West. The District also includes the Tribal Governments from the Sovereign Nations of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians as well as a portion of March Air Reserve Base.
District Office
22690 Cactus Ave. Suite 250
Moreno Valley, CA 92553

Desert/Pass Office
50290 Main St.
Cabazon, CA 92230
Mail should be sent to the Main Riverside office at:
4080 Lemon Street - 5th Floor
Riverside, CA 92501

See our page for Riverside County for more county information and a link to the official Riverside County site.

Cabazon Chamber

Cabazon Chamber of Commerce
PO BOX 111
Cabazon, CA 92230
Phone: (951) 922-2351

Cabazon Organizations

Cabazon Chamber of Commerce
PO BOX 111
Cabazon, CA 92230
Phone: (951) 922-2351

Cabazon Schools

Cabazon is served by the Banning Unified School District Cabazon


The population of Cabazon was:
1990 - 1,588
2000 - 2,229

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