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La Habra
Orange County, California


"A Caring Community"

Page Contents for La Habra, California

Statistics & Facts



History & History-related items

City Attractions


Chamber of Commerce.

Community events.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.




Statistics & Facts

The California state capital is Sacramento.
The population of La Habra is approximately 62,483 (2007), 60239 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 19,441 (2000), 18977 (2010).
The amount of land area in La Habra is 18.958 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in La Habra is 7.3 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from La Habra to Washington DC is 2412 miles.
The distance to the California state capital is 376 miles. (as the crow flies)
La Habra is positioned 33.92 degrees north of the equator and 117.95 degrees west of the prime meridian.
La Habra elevation is 350-520 feet above sea level.
The La Habra city flower is the Red Hibiscus.
The city tree is the Avocado.
La Habra per capita income is $ 18,923 (2000).
La Habra median income is $ 53,400 (2005).
The La Habra median home price is $ 460,800 (2005).
La Habra average annual rainfall is 14.8 inches per year
La Habra average temperature is 66 degrees F.


just north of Fullerton, about 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles in southern California. Othernearby communities include La Habra Heights, East La Mirada, Fullerton, Brea, La Mirada, Hacienda Heights, South Whittier and Rowland Heights.

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in a valley between the Puente Hills and the West Coyote Hills.
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moderate with no real extremes in temperatures. Of course, there are occasional highs or lows, but weather, in general, is very nice. Here is a current weather page for La Habra.
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History & History Related Items

The city's roots began during the Mexican rancho days. In 1839, Mariano Reyes Roldan was granted thousands of acres of land for his rancho which he named Rancho Canada de La Habra. The city was platted in the 1890's. When a local post office was opened in 1896, La Habra was given as the name. This name, taken from the Spanish abra for "opening," refers to a pass through nearby mountains. At the time of its incorporation in 1925, La Habra's economy was based mostly on agriculture. The population was less than 3,000.

The Milhous Family, grandparents of the nation's 37th President, Richard Milhous Nixon, were among the first settlers in La Habra. Future US President, Richard Nixon, opened his first law office in La Habra, located on La Habra Boulevard, at the site of the current Community Center.

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The incorporation of La Habra

1925, January 20


The Children's Museum at La Habra
The Children's Museum at La Habra is an active learning center where young children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works, try on new roles and learn through play in our hands-on exhibits and programs.
301 South Euclid Street
La Habra, Ca. 90631
24 hour Tape: 562/ 905-9793
Office: 562/ 905-9693

La Habra Depot Theater
A Historical Landmark
Volunteers Serving the Community For Over 23 Years by Providing Live Stage Productions
Located next to the Children's Museum in Portola Park.
311 S. Euclid Street
La Habra, CA 90631
24-Hour Information Line: (562) 905-9625
E-mail: Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 802
La Habra, CA 90632

The La Habra Art Association is proud to offer a community art gallery. The telephone number is 562-691-9739. Individuals may rent the gallery to show their art. 215 North Orange
La Habra, California

Boulevard of the Bells:
The original El Camino Real route went through La Habra on what is now La Habra Boulevard. To commemorate the route, replicas of the original 1906 bells have been placed along the route denoting significant historical sites. For instance, a bell and plaque are at the corner of La Habra Blvd and Euclid Street which marks the birthplace of the city
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La Habra City Government

City of La Habra

City Offices
201 E. La Habra Boulevard
La Habra, CA 90631
Phone: 714/526-2227
Phone: 562/905-9700

La Habra has a City Council/City Manager form of government. The council has five members from which the Mayor is selected. The council members serve four year terms and these terms are staggered.

La Habra Chamber

La Habra Area Chamber of Commerce
321 East La Habra Boulevard
La Habra, CA 90631
Phone: 562/697-1704

La Habra Community Events

Held in August each year
La Habra Corn Festival
This event began in 1949 and has grown into one of the largest events in the city. It is hosted by the La Habra Lions Club.

La Habra Organizations

La Habra Area Chamber of Commerce
321 East La Habra Boulevard
La Habra, CA 90631
Phone: 562/697-1704

La Habra Libraries

La Habra Public Library
221 E. La Habra Blvd. (at Euclid)
La Habra, CA 90631
Phone: 714/526-7728
Phone: 562/694-0078

La Habra Schools

Fullerton Joint Union High School
1051 W. Bastanchury Road
Fullerton, CA 92833
Phone: 714-870-2800
La Habra City School District
500 North Walnut
La Habra, CA 90631
Phone: 562-690-2305
Lowell Joint School District
11019 Valley Home Avenue
Whittier, CA 90603
La Habra


The population of La Habra was:
1925 - 3,000
1950 - 4,961
1960 - 25,136
1970 - 41,350
1980 - 45,232
1990 - 51,266
1998 - 54,845
1999 - 55,800
2000 - 58,974
2006 - 61,894
2007 - 62,483
Median age:
2000 - 31.5 years

Median household income:
2000 - $ 47,652
2005 - $ 53,400

Median house value:
2000 - $ 199,500
2005 - $ 460,800

La Habra is located in the Pacific Time Zone and does participate in daylight savings time during a portion of the year.

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