Los Alamos

Los Alamos is in Santa Barbara County, California. Although located in the Los Alamos Valley, the town of Los Alamos is usually considered to be a part of the Santa Ynez Valley Community. The population was 1,890 at the 2010 census. The hills above Rancho Los Alamos served as a hideout for bandito, Solomon Pico, whose escapades were popularized by the character "Zorro". The Los Alamos Valley prospered and grew... Read More

Los Olivos

Los Olivos is a charming historic town of 1,000 residents is located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. Recognized for its expansive views in the center of Santa Barbara's 50 wineries and horse ranches, it is a rewarding and relaxing village to visit. Located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, this charming little historic town is a rewarding and relaxing weekend getaway or funfilled day. Boasting expansive views of Santa Barbara... Read More

Los Osos

Los Osos is largely a bedroom community for San Luis Obispo which is 10.6 miles east, and to a lesser extent, Morro Bay which is 2.3 miles to the north. There is a small business district concentrated in just a few blocks along Los Osos Valley Road, and several shops servicing the Baywood section of Los Osos, near the bay. The rest of the town is almost entirely residential. Population... Read More

Morro Bay

Morro Bay is a waterfront city in San Luis Obispo County, California. As of the 2010 census the city population was 10,234. The town of Morro Bay was founded by Franklin Riley in 1870 as a port for the export of dairy and ranch products. He was instrumental in the building of a wharf which has now become the Embarcadero. During the 1870s, schooners could often be seen at the... Read More


Nipomo is blessed with beautiful coastal weather featuring delightful ocean breezes and wonderfully mild temperatures year round. On average, temperatures rise to a welcoming 80 degrees and dip to a refreshing 42 degrees, providing one of the finest and most desirable climates for both agriculture and mankind. Our beautiful community is nestled in the foothills with a variety of scenic views: acres of avocado and lemon orchards, sand dunes bordering... Read More


Oceano is part of the 5 Cities Metropolitan Area and has a total area of 1.5 square miles. The 2010 United States Census reported that Oceano had a population of 7,286.          


Ojai is just a few miles up Highway 33, but a world away from the headaches and traffic that thwart much of Southern California. About 12 miles inland from Ventura, Ojai is the smallest city in Ventura County. Ojai's charms are many. The community has long been known as a haven for artists, musicians and health enthusiasts. A village ”as the locals call it is a vibrant place with so... Read More


Orcutt is an unincorporated township located in the Santa Maria Valley of California, and is in Santa Barbara County, California. Orcutt is named for William W. Orcutt, the manager of the Geological, Land and Engineering Departments of the Union Oil Company. Known as the “Dean of Petroleum Geologists" Orcutt is credited with discovering fossilized prehistoric animal bones preserved in pools of asphalt on the Hancock Ranch. The population of Orcutt... Read More

Paso Robles

El Paso de Robles, or "Pass of the Oaks", a community of 29,950 nestled in the coastal mountain range of central California, where the values and riches of the past are interwoven with the future. Located close to mountains, beaches, and deserts, it is home to one of the United States’ greatest wine growing areas and a growing number of hot springs resorts. The City of Paso Robles has a... Read More

Pismo Beach

Pismo Beach is a city in San Luis Obispo County, California. The population was 7,655 at the 2010 census, It is part of the Five Cities Area, a term used to describe the cluster of cities that are present in that area of San Luis Obispo County. Pismo Beach is a popular beach town located in the Central Coast area of California. The name Pismo comes from the Chumash word... Read More