Estimated Population: 60,668 * 11.26 Sq’ Miles
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Originally a small town surrounded by small farms and orchards, the City of Santa Clara is now over 18 miles square.
Like most towns in the Santa Clara Valley, its economic history has a strong base in agriculture and became famous for its flower and vegetable seed farms. Santa Clara, however, was also a hub for manufacturing, with its earliest manufacturing businesses being Wampach Tannery and Pacific Manufacturing Company, the largest supplier of wood products on the Pacific Coast.
Not surprisingly given its early beginnings, Santa Clara is home to over 36 historical homes and structures. Residents enjoy a typical California outdoor lifestyle with access to numerous public parks, recreation centers and a weekly farmer’s market.
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Parks & Recreation
Residents have numerous parks and recreation and swim centers to choose from. Parks range in size with the largest being the 52 acre Central Park with its amphitheater, picnic area, tennis courts and swim center. For the more adventurous young city residents, Skate Park is THE destination for inline skaters and skateboarders.
Popular outdoor public locales available to Santa residents are:
- Central Park
- Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club
- Levi’s Stadium
- George F. Haine’s International Swim Center