Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County is the most populous county in the nation – nearly 10 million residents who account for approximately 27 percent of California’s population. With 88 cities in 4,084 square miles, the County is a sprawling metropolis that has everything under the sun. View Map

The City of Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern California. Filled with diversity and vitality, the “City of Angels” boasts a different scene in every neighborhood. Eclectic, progressive, trendy, laid back or retro, there’s something to suit every taste. View Map

Imperial County

Imperial County has seven cities and eight unincorporated communities. It’s rich agricultural heritage includes the producing half of the nation’s winter vegetables, and offers a wide-range of cultural and outdoor recreational activities, and frequent family-oriented community events. View Map

Kern County

Nearly the size of the state of New Hampshire, it is one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States in terms of population growth. Located in the heart of California, Kern is a growing community with a variety of industries and recreational opportunities. View Map

Orange County

Orange County is the second most densely populated county in California, behind San Francisco. With no defined urban center, the County is mostly suburban except for some traditionally urban areas at the centers of the older cities. It is known for tourist attractions, quality venues for visual and performing arts, and 40 miles of coastline beaches. View Map

Riverside County

More than two million people live in Riverside County, taking advantage of affordable housing, nearby mountains, hiking and bike trails, the Wine Country near Temecula and resorts that offer oases in the desert. It is California’s fourth largest county by population and has a rapidly expanding economy. View Map

San Bernardino County

Featuring the natural beauty of the San Bernardino Mountains and the Mojave Desert, San Bernardino County is the leading recreational area for Southern California. It stretches from the Los Angeles County border where most of the population resides to thinly populated deserts and mountains to the Nevada border. View Map

San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Obispo County is located along the Pacific Ocean in Central California. The small size of the county’s communities, scattered along the beaches, coastal hills, and mountains of the Santa Lucia range, provides a wide variety of coastal and inland ecologies to support many kinds of fishing, agriculture, and tourist activities. San Luis Obispo County is the third largest producer of wine in California, surpassed only by Sonoma and Napa Counties. View Map

Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara County is part of the California Central Coast. Much of the County’s economy include engineering, resource extraction, winemaking, agriculture, and education. Santa Barbara County has a mountainous interior abutting several coastal plains on the west and south coasts of the county. View Map

Ventura County

As the southernmost county along California’s Central Coast, Ventura County is within easy freeway access to the Los Angeles basin. It has lots of natural open space, affordable communities, and a diverse economic base. View Map