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Imperial County2019-08-10T18:31:54+00:00

Imperial County Traffic Ticket Lawyers

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Imperial County is located in the Imperial Valley, in the far southeast of California. The county has with borders with both Arizona and Mexico. It is part of the El Centro Metropolitan Area, which encompasses all of Imperial County. It was the last county to be established in California, on 1907. Imperial County is also part of the Southern California border region, also referred to as San Diego-Imperial, the smallest but most economically diverse region in the state. Imperial County’s population as of 2010 was 174,528. Imperial County’s population as of 2010 was 174,528. The city of El Centro is the county seat. There are four courthouses in the county.



Many visitors come to the area to visit the Salton Sea, California’s largest inland lake, and the Algodones Dunes. The New River and the Alamo River flow from the border city of Mexicali northward to the Salton Sea. Another popular destination is the Salton Sea mud pots and volcanoes. These mud pots and volcanoes are located in an open field on the eastern side of the Salton Sea. The mud is just above ambient temperature and you can walk right up to the vents.  The county is home to, NAF El Centro, the winter home of the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, The Blue Angels. NAF El Centro historically kicks off the Blue Angels’ season with their first air show, traditionally held in March.

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