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The population of Fallbrook is approximately 43,000 (2000), 30534 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 7,767 (1990), 9999 (2010).

The amount of land area in Fallbrook is 28.175 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Fallbrook is 127 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.109 sq kilometers.
The distance from Fallbrook to Washington DC is 2377 miles. The distance to the California state capital is 431 miles. (as the crow flies)
Fallbrook is positioned 33.36 degrees north of the equator and 117.23 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Fallbrook elevation is 685 (average) feet above sea level.
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Fallbrook location: off Interstate 15 in northern San Diego County, about 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean. It is on the eastern boundary of Camp Pendleton and the Naval Ordinance Station. Here is a location page for Fallbrook.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Fallbrook is moderate and mild. Most of southern California is a semi-desert climate.
Fallbrook average annual rainfall is 16 inches per year
Fallbrook average temperature is 61 degrees F.
The average high temperature is 76 degrees F.
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Fallbrook history:

This area is known for its Avocado growing. They were first planted here in 1912 and have flourished ever since. Because of the good climate and the fertile soil, crops are easy to grow in the area.
Settlers first came to the Fallbrook area around 1869. The Vital Reche family is one of the prominent early settlers. It was this family that named the town Fall Brook, after their former home in Pennsylvania.
The town was platted in 1885 as part of a railroad project. Among the older buildings in here is the Reche Clubhouse. It was originally the first school in Fallbrook. The school, though abandoned in 1939 as a school, still serves the community. Another older building still in use is one of the church buildings from 1890. The museum here helps new and old residents alike see the efforts of the past and how they have helped the present.
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Though Oak trees were the original primary trees in the area, by the 1920's, Olives became a major crop. After World War II, the avocado and floral industries took over in prominence
The settling of Fallbrook: 1880s
The founding of Fallbrook: 1885
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Fallbrook California is the avocado capital of the WORLD.

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Avocado Festival

See this page with lots of pictures of the area.

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Fallbrook economy: The primary business in Fallbrook is agriculture. The area is known as the "Avocado Capital of the World." The crop brings in over 26 million dollars each year to the area economy. Nursery products and Market flowers also provide a large part of the local economy

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