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California rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of California. Common rental types found in California are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if California where housing rentals are found are Central California, Los Angeles, Monterey Bay, Northern California, Oakland, Orange County, Sacramento - Stockton, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose - Fremont, Southeast California, Ventura - Santa Barbara.  Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of California.

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      California State Information
California is the third-largest U.S. state by land area, after Alaska and Texas. Its geography ranges from the Pacific coast to the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the east, to Mojave desert areas in the southeast and the Redwood-Douglas fir forests of the northwest.California is the second most populous sub-national entity, behind only São Paulo, Brazil.In the 19th century, the California Gold Rush brought about dramatic changes, with a large influx of people and an economic boom that caused San Francisco to grow from a hamlet of tents to a world-renowned boomtown. The California state is home to eight of the nation's fifty largest cities. It is known for its varied climate and geography, as well as its diverse population.In 1846, California broke away from Mexico, and, after the Mexican-American War, Mexico ceded California to the United States. California state became the 31st state admitted to the union on September 9, 1850.California climate varies from Mediterranean to subarctic. Much of the California state has a Mediterranean climate, with cool, rainy winters and dry summers.The two most prominent rivers within California are the Sacramento River and the San Joaquin River, which drain the Central Valley and flow to the Pacific Ocean through San Francisco Bay.

      California Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Settled by successive waves of arrivals during the last 10,000 years, California was one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse areas in pre-Columbian North America; the area was inhabited by more than 70 distinct groups of Native Americans. California has nineteen major professional sports league franchises, far more than any other state. California State Games is a statewide amateur sports festival that is a grass roots program of the United States Olympic Committee.The 2007 California Winter Games, consisting of ice hockey, figure skating, skiing, and snowboarding, will take place in San Diego and June Mountain in February and March 2007.The mission of the Games is to promote and nurture the health, education, and well being of residents by managing a high quality amateur sports event that encourages community participation and provides an Olympic experience.In California State has two most prominent rivers within California are the Sacramento River and the San Joaquin River, which drain the Central Valley and flow to the Pacific Ocean through San Francisco Bay.Two other important rivers are the Klamath River, in the north, and the Colorado River, on the southeast border.

      California State Demographics
California total population - 33,871,648
California male population - 16,874,892
California female population - 16,996,756
California white population - 20,170,059
California black or African American population - 2,263,882
California American Indian and Alaska Native population - 333,346
California Asian population - 3,697,513
California Hispanic or Latino population - 10,966,556

      California School Information
California had over 6.2 million school students in the 2005-06 school year. Public secondary education consists of high schools that teach elective courses in trades, languages, and liberal arts with tracks for gifted, college-bound and industrial arts students.California has hundreds of other private colleges and universities, including many religious and special-purpose institutions.

California State Symbols
California State nickname - The golden state

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Image of California state salt water fish
California state flag
California state mammal
California grizzly bear
California state salt water fish

Image of California state fresh water fish

Image of California state dance

Image of California state folk dance
California state Fresh Water Fish
Golden trout
California state dance
west coast swing
California state folk dance
square dance

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Image of California state song
California state flower
California poppy
California state motto
California state song
I Love You, California

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California state Tree
Coast Redwood
California state Tree
Giant Sequoia
California state Soil
San Joaquin

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California state reptile
Desert tortoise
California state fossil
Saber-Toothed Cat
California state bird
California quail

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California state slogan
The golden state
California state Insect
California dogface butterfly
California state ship

      California State History
In California State Large, settled populations lived on the coast and hunted sea mammals, fished for salmon, and gathered shellfish, while groups in the interior hunted terrestrial game and gathered nuts, acorns, and berries. California groups also were diverse in their political organization with bands, tribes, villages, and on the resource-rich coasts, large chiefdoms, such as the Chumash, Pomo and Salinan. In all, some 30 tribes or culture groups lived in what is now California, gathered into perhaps six different language family groups. The first European explorers, flying the flags of Spain and of England, sailed along the coast of California from the early 1500s to the mid-1700s, but no European settlements were established. In 1846, at the outset of the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), the California Republic was founded. The Republic came to a sudden end, however, when Commodore John D. Sloat of the United States Navy sailed into Monterey Bay and claimed California for the United States.In 1821, the Mexican War of Independence gave Mexico (including California) independence from Spain.

      California State Tourist Information
California is one of the favorite tourist states in the United States. Everyone loves visiting San Diego with the beautiful beaches, canyons, and sailboats. San Francisco is a lot of fun with the hills, cable cars, Fishermen's Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, and parks. You can enjoy California from one end to the other, from the seashore to the desert, from the mountains to the forests. You are sure to enjoy your trip to California. The National Park Service maintains a total of 23 different units in California including nine National Parks. National Park Service areas offer visitors a wide variety of adventures from historical and cultural experinces to natural wonders which can be seen nowhere else on earth. Explore the links below to learn more about NPS units in the Golden State.California also has several important seaports. The giant seaport complex formed by the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach in Southern California is the largest in the country.

      California State Transportation
Transportation California is a collaboration of business, labor and government organizations interested in promoting sound transportation policies. California's vast terrain is connected by an extensive system of freeways, expressways, and highways. California is known for its car culture, giving California's cities a reputation for severe traffic congestion. One of the California state's more visible landmarks, the Golden Gate Bridge was completed in 1937. Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport are major hubs for trans-Pacific and transcontinental traffic. There are about a dozen important commercial airports and many more general aviation airports throughout the California state.California also has several important seaports. The giant seaport complex formed by the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach in Southern California is the largest in the country and responsible for handling about a fourth of all container cargo traffic in the United States.Monitor highway funds and state and federal spending to ensure that promised transportation projects are delivered.

      California Taxes
California State Tax Rate Range Low 1.0.0% - High 9.3%
California State Tax Income Brackets Lowest 6,827 (b) - Highest 44,815 (b)
California State Personal Exemptions Single -94 (c), Married - 188 (c), Dependents - 294 (c)
California State Sales Tax Rate on Food 7.25%, on Prescription Drugs 0%,on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
California State Total Tax on Gasoline 18.0%, on Diesel Fuel 18.0%
California State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 87(¢ per pack)
California State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.20($ per gallon)
California State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.20($ per gallon)

      California Universities
Stanford University - 17,747 students
California Institute of Technology - 2,086 students
Claremont McKenna College - 1,153 students
Harvey Mudd College - 729 students
Santa Clara University - 7,952 students
Occidental College - 1,825 students
University of California-Los Angeles - 36,611 students
Loyola Marymount University - 8,845 students
University of Southern California - 33,389 students
University of California-Berkeley - 33,920 students

      California Religions
Protestant - 33%
Baptist - 4%
Presbyterian - 3%
Methodist - 2%
Roman Catholic - 31%
LDS - 2%
Jewish - 2%
Muslim - 1%
other Religions - 4%
non-Religious - 21%

      California Counties
Alameda County,California - Population 1,474,368
Alpine County, California - Population 1,061
Amador County, California - Population 38,238
Butte County, California - Population 220,337
Calaveras County, California - Population 46,843
Colusa County, California - Population 21,204
Contra Costa County, California - Population 1,029,703
Del Norte County, California - Population 29,100
El Dorado County, California - Population 176,075
Fresno County, California - Population 909,153
Glenn County, California - Population 28,237
Humboldt County, California - Population 129,000
Imperial County, California - Population 163,972
Inyo County, California - Population 17,136
Kern County, California - Population 800,458
Kings County, California - Population 149,518
Lake County, California - Population 64,866
Lassen County, California - Population 34,574
Los Angeles County, California - Population 9,862,049
Madera County, California - Population 148,333
Marin County, California - Population 248,794
Mariposa County, California - Population 17,976
Mendocino County, California - Population 86,221
Merced County, California - Population 246,117
Modoc County, California - Population 9,184
Mono County, California - Population 12,774
Monterey County, California - Population 408,238
Napa County, California - Population 133,433
Nevada County, California - Population 97,118
Orange County, California - Population 3,010,759
Placer County, California - Population 341,945
Plumas County, California - Population 20,275
Riverside County, California - Population 2,100,516
Sacramento County, California - Population 1,394,154
San Benito County, California - Population 54,699
San Bernardino County, California - Population 2,015,355
San Diego County, California - Population 3,001,072
San Francisco County, California - Population 845,559
San Joaquin County, California - Population 672,388
San Luis Obispo County, California - Population 265,297
San Mateo County, California - Population 712,690
Santa Barbara County, California - Population 405,396
Santa Clara County, California - Population 1,764,499
Santa Cruz County, California - Population 253,137
Shasta County, California - Population 180,214
Sierra County, California - Population 3,263
Siskiyou County, California - Population 44,542
Solano County, California - Population 407,515
Sonoma County, California - Population 466,741
Stanislaus County, California - Population 510,694
Sutter County, California - Population 92,207
Tehama County, California - Population 61,550
Trinity County, California - Population 14,317
Tulare County, California - Population 426,276
Tuolumne County, California - Population 55,644
Ventura County, California - Population 797,740
Yolo County, California - Population 197,658
Yuba County, California - Population 73,067

      California State Government
California is governed as a republic, with three branches of government, the executive branch consisting of the Governor of California and the other elected constitutional officers, the legislative branch, the California State Legislature, consisting of the Assembly and Senate, and the judicial branch consisting of the Supreme Court of California and lower courts. The California state also allows direct participation of the electorate by initiative, referendum, recall, and ratification.The Governor of California and the other state constitutional officers serve four-year terms and may be re-elected only once. It is supervised by the seven Justices of the Supreme Court of California. California's constitution is one of the longest collections of laws in the world.

      California State Economy
California has major economic production between the states development. Presently the state's economy is declining, and the predictions for a quick turnaround are not good. It has very fecund economy, which for a nation would be one of the ten major in the world. Agriculture, tourism, transportation and manufacture are major economic sectors in California. Fishing is also a major sector for the state's economy. It's most treasured crops are grapes, cotton, flowers, and oranges and dairy products, however, subsidize the single major share of farm income, and California is over the national leader in this sector. The state is also between the country's important mining states with manufacturing a greater variation of mined products than any other state. California's highest economic sectors in 2012 will be the booming technology sector concentrated about companies such as Google and Facebook in Silicon Valley, tourism, international trade and the entertainment industry. The state is major hub for motion-picture, television film, and linked entertaining industries, particularly in Hollywood and Burbank. The Californian economy is major that its show is intimately linked to the national and global economies.

      California State Parks
California National Historic Trail - Various States, CA,CO,ID,KS,MO,NE,NV,OR,UT,WY: There are no Fees collected by the California National Historic Trail. However, other federal and state agencies may have Recreation and Use fees that are collected for managed resources and lands.Channel Islands National Park - Ventura, CA: There are no entrance fees to visit the park. However, a reservation fee is charged for camping on the islands. The $15.00 per night-per site fee includes both the National Park Service fee that supports the operation and maintenance of the campgrounds and the reservation fee charged by the contractor that manages the National Reservation Service.Death Valley National Park - Death Valley, CA,NV: Interagency Annual Pass National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - The interagency recreation pass system replaces the National Parks Pass, Golden Eagle, Golden Age and Golden Access Passports.Devils Postpile National Monument - the Sierra Nevada near Mammoth Lakes, CA: All visitors, regardless if they use the mandatory shuttle system, are camping, or drive their own vehicle, must pay a transportation fee in order to enter Reds Meadow Valley. Once paid, this fee is valid for the duration of your stay. The U.S. Forest Service accepts cash, check, or credit card in U.S. dollars for the payment of this fee.Golden Gate National Recreation Area - San Francisco, CA: Entrance Fees The Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA), authorizes Recreation Fees to be charged within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Eighty percent of the money is retained in the park and makes possible important visitor service and resource protection projects. Without you, the visitor, these improvements would not be possible.John Muir National Historic Site - Martinez, CA: ENTRANCE FEES: Individuals 16 and older are $3.00 each, good for 7 days. Children 15 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Joshua Tree National Park - Southern California between I-10 and Hwy 62; headquarters in Twentynine Palms, CA: Entrance Fees, 7-Day Vehicle Permit: $15 Admits the passengers of a single, non-commercial vehicle. Valid for the day of purchase and the next six days. Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail - Nogales, AZ to San Francisco, CA, AZ,CA: The Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail does not charge any fees, but individual sites along the trail may charge fees or require reservations for events. Inquire before you visit. Contact information for sites within each county can be found in the Anza Trail Guide. Kings Canyon National Park - In the southern Sierra Nevada in Tulare and Fresno counties, CA: ENTRANCE FEES, Part of your entrance and camping fees stay in the park to improve the experience here - repairing roads, campgrounds, trails, picnic areas, and restrooms. Fees have also funded updated exhibits, improved visitor centers, and better naturalist slide programs.Lassen Volcanic National Park - Mineral, CA: Entrance Fee Waiver Application for School Group. Lava Beds National Monument - Tulelake, CA: NO RESERVATIONS ARE NEEDED to visit the dozens of self-guided caves found on Cave Loop and elsewhere in the park. Have fun exploring on your own, but be sure to come prepared.Fees & Reservations. Manzanar National Historic Site - Independence, CA. Mojave National Preserve - Southern California between I-15 and I-40; headquarters in Barstow, CA: Entrance Fee, There is currently no entrance fee for Mojave National Preserve.Muir Woods National Monument - Mill Valley, CA: Entrance fee also valid for same-day use at John Muir National Historic Site in Martinez, CA. Old Spanish National Historic Trail - AZ,CA,CO,NV,NM,UT: There are no user or entry fees for the Old Spanish National Historic Trail. Nominal fees may be charged at some trail-related federal, state, private, or locally owned historic sites and interpretive facilities.Pinnacles National Monument - Paicines, CA: Access Pass - Free, Volunteer Pass - Free, Annual Pass - $80. Point Reyes National Seashore - Point Reyes, CA: No Entrance Fee is Charged at Point Reyes. Redwood National and State Parks - Del Norte & Humboldt counties , CA: Redwood National Park is free to visit. Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park - Richmond , CA: Open 10am - 3pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Some Sundays. All hours are subject to the availability of the volunteer staff as well as inclement weather.San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park - San Francisco, CA: A ticket is needed for entrance to the historic vessels on Hyde Street Pier.Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks - In the southern Sierra Nevada in Tulare and Fresno counties, CA: Part of your entrance and camping fees stay in the park. Yosemite National Park - the Sierra Nevada, CA: The park entrance fee applies to all visitors. If you arrive in your private car, the entrance fee is $20 per car. This is valid for unlimited entries to Yosemite for seven days, and includes all occupants of the car. User California Comments

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