Real: Rialto) is a city in the southern San Bernardino county of California, the United States. The population in the 2010 Census was 99,171, up 7.9% from 2000. There are four major regional distribution centers in the city. One of them is the Staples, which are distributed to stores throughout the West Coast of the United States. Other distribution centers are Toisas, Fedex and Targets in the Las Colinas community in the northern part of the city. The Pyro Speckles, the largest fireworks company in the United States, is also headquartered in the city.
City of Rialto
|Slogan: Bridge to Progress|
San Bernardino County and Rialto Locations in California
|city||November 17, 1911|
|county||San Bernardino County|
City of Rialto
|region||72.5 km2 (28 mi2)|
|land||72.5 km2 (28 mi2)|
|water surface||0.02 km2 (0.01 mi2)|
|water area ratio||0.04%|
|Elevation||383 m (1257 ft)|
|population||(as of 2010)|
|population density||1621.9 people/km2 (4,200.7 people/mi2)|
|equal time||Pacific Time (UTC-8)|
|daylight saving time||Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7)|
|Official website: City of Rialto|
Ancient artifacts discovered by archeologists in the Rialto area suggest that people lived there before 1500 AD. The artifact is now stored in the Realto Historical Association, which shows that the Sorano Indian lived between 1500 and 1800. There is no trace of where these peoples finally went.
In 1851, the Mountain Family bought a part of the Lugo family's Rancho San Bernardino and claimed ownership of some of the later real-life sites. This claim was not recognized by the United States Federal Government.
A building of Abbe, which had been used for many purposes for many years since the early 19th century, is the oldest building that still stands in Rialto City, and it was moved to the current Badbender Park, which was originally called Lilac Park. Realto City lends the small land of the building and the park to the Realto Historical Association for $1 a year.
In 1887, the Atchson Topica and Santa Fe Railway constructed a connecting line between San Bernardino and Pasadena. The site for constructing the town was set up every 2,600 yards (2.4 km) along the line, and 25 new towns were constructed by the fall of the year. In the same year, a subtropical land water company was established and started to sell real estate, water and water rights.
In the fall of 1888, the first school was built and the Brook School District was established. According to the subsequent records, this school district continued its activities until 1920, except for the very short period of time in 1888. The famous Trump House in Rialto bought the first school building in 1921, renovated the building, and the family lived there, but it was destroyed by fire. In 1891, the Real Educational School District (present Real Unified Educational School District) was established. The staff were two teachers and one principal, each with a specialized field in teaching boys and girls.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry was established in 1907. Over the next four years, the population was 1,500, the business office was 40, and there was a local newspaper. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry was incorporated in the spring of 1911. In a referendum held on October 31 of the same year, the result was 135 to 72 votes for the execution of the municipal system.
In 1913, Foothill Boulevard was repaired and became National Route 66, a part of the National Highway over the Continent. In 1914, the Pacific Electric Railway of Los Angeles opened the San Bernardino Line, which ran through Rialto City, and connected to the Riverside Line in Riverside Avenue. Currently, the track above the first street is part of the Union Pacific Railway, and the station of the Pacific Electric Railway in Riverside Avenue is a Kuka restaurant.
A fire in the 1920s burned down many buildings in the city center.
In the late 1990s, officials of the Water Supply Bureau found that the amount of perchlorate contained in water supplies has reached 800 times the safety standards recommended in other states.
The contamination has penetrated several of the town's drinking water wells, possibly due to the destruction in the 1950s and 1960s of the soil of industrial sites owned by Goodrich Corporation and Black and Decker. Both companies were operating weapons production equipment under a contract with the Department of Defense and were using a lot of rocket fuels. According to former employees of the factory, rocket fuel was often leaked from the equipment during operation and the workers regularly dumped rocket fuel in holes behind the plant that had not been subjected to water leakage control.
After years of negotiations, Goodrich Corporation and Black & Decker have not agreed to remove the toxic substances from the environment in the northern part of Rialto City. According to academic research, if a person is inoculated with a quantity of perchlorate equal to the amount measured in a contaminated well, he or she may suffer from a loss of attention or learning, and may experience lower IQ.
The polluted wells can not be used, and the dry city of Realto is on the brink of a shortage of drinking water. Residents have been forced to drink higher water charges in order to clean up water that caused pollution.
On 13 September 2005, the Real City Council of Political Affairs (REALTO) took down the Real Police Station and approved a resolution to conclude a contract with the Security Division of San Bernardino County. Soon after, the San Bernardino County Court issued an injunction saying that a vote for the change had been held in secret. As a result, Ed Scott and Winfred Lee Hansen, the City Council members, were eligible for recall. In March 2006, the city leaders decided to maintain the police station.
In 1994, the Real Western Little League held the Southern California Championships in Lilac Park, and the winning team advanced to the regional tournament. The winner was the Northridge City Little League and entered the Little League World Series held at South Williams Port, Pennsylvania.
The population of Rialto City was 3,156 by 1950. This increased to 15,359 in 1956, 23,290 in 1964, and 33,500 in 1978, and increased to 80,000 in 1994 and 91,873 in 2000. The city area of Rialto is four miles (6.4 km) wide and 8.5 miles (13.6 km) long.
According to the city's website, the construction of Super Wal-Mart is under negotiation. If they do, they will be built in the southern part of the city where Wal-Mart stores are now located.
The Rialto is 34 degrees, 6 minutes, 41 seconds north latitude and 117 degrees, 22 minutes, 57 seconds west longitude/34.11139 degrees north latitude and 117.38250 degrees west longitude/ 34.11139 degrees west longitude;.38250. According to the National Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 21.9 square miles (56.7 km2), of which the land area is 21.9 square miles (56.6 km2), the water area is 0.01 square miles (0.02 km 2), and the water area is 0.05%.
The real is one of the coolest climates in the Mediterranean, and it is also a feature of the continental Mediterranean climate, characterized by a cold winter (usually frost during this period) and a hot and dry summer. Compared to other areas in southern California, it is common to have cold temperatures with frost in winter and cold in the morning. In the summer, the climate is particularly dry, so the formation of the troposphere's clouds is hard, and the temperature rise in the U.S. Marine Atmospheric Administration's scientists call it class orange. The average annual rainfall is 16 inches (41 cm), and it rains, hail and a small amount of snow every year. Most of the precipitation occurs in the winter. In the winter, snow falls in the northernmost part of Rialto, and in areas 3,000 feet (900 meters) above sea level, it sometimes snows a lot. However, most of the city is outside the snow region.
Sometimes Santa Anana wind blows particularly strongly, depending on the season, not only in Rialto but also in the San Bernardino metropolitan area. This is because warm and dry air in autumn can narrow the road at the nearby Kahon Pass. This phenomenon significantly increases the risk of wildfire in hilly, defile and mountain areas, and it fosters cold, humid winter and dry summer cycles.
The following is the population estimation data for 2000.
Population composition by age (the following is the population estimation data for 2007).
Households and family (number of households)
income and family
The rate of crime in Rialto was higher than the U.S. average every year from 1999 to 2007, but was lower in 2008. As of 2006, the number of police officers per 1,000 residents was 0.89, one third less than the national average.
It belongs to the 32nd electoral district in the California State Senate. In the House, it belongs to the 62nd district. The House of Representatives is part of the 43rd district of the state. The Cook Ballot Index shows the Democratic Party +10. As of 2008, all members of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) were represented.
Real City is between Interstate Expressway Route 10 and Route 20. According to statistics, about 55% of the city's workforce commute to their offices over 10 miles (16 km), and about 13% go to Los Angeles and San Bernardino. The San Bernardino line in Metro Link takes one hour and 20 minutes to Los Angeles and five to seven minutes to San Bernardino. If you use Inter-State Expressway Route 10 or Route 210 to drive it, it will take 45 minutes to two hours depending on traffic and speed.
The Rialto City Public Education is under the jurisdiction of the Rialto Unified School District. The western part of the city is controlled by the Fontana Unified School District and the southern part by the Colton Unified School District.
realistic in a movie
Between Alder Avenue and Linden Avenue on Interstate 210, the movie and TV shows have been shot several times. 2007 movie "The Transformers", 2007 Fox TV Show "The Drives", 2007, and 2009 movie "Hangover! Many expressway scenes were shot here, including the disappearing HANA Muko and the worst hangover in history, and UPS and car commercials. The NBC's 2001 TV program "Fair Factor" used the unfinished part of the Interstate Highway 210 for its famous Tsunawatari scene.
In the classic Humphrey Bogart movie "Mitsukazero" (Three Counting Places) (1946), there is a shop (a shop that sells parts for stolen cars) in which Eddie Mars's wife hides.
Hall of Honor
The opening ceremony of the Hall of Fame in Rialto City was held on November 17, 2007.
2007: She entered the Hall of Fame.
- Derek Parra - Speed Skating
- David Lang-American football
- Ricky Norasco-Baseball, Florida Marlins
- Brandy Burton-Golf
2008: November 18, 2008
- Jeff Koyne-Former professional baseball player Florida Marlins
- Tom Hawk - Coach, 17-year Realist School District
2009: She entered the Hall of Fame. November 19, 2009:
- Ronnie Lott - NFL Football Hall of Fame
- Al Julia - Executive of the NFL
- 111th Congress of the United States - Passage of a bill giving the Congressional Gold Medal to Arnold Palmer
- Bill Bat - Coach for Real Girl's Softball for 39 years
- Scott Russell - CIF Champion Baseball coach
- John Silver-Real Junior All-American Football Officer, 36 Years
- Roger Birdsole - Little League Baseball Officer, 46 Years
- Lisa Marie Baron - Women's wrestling champion
- 2009 Eisenhower Basketball Team - State Champion
- 1993 Eisenhower Football Team - State Champion
well known native and inhabitant
- Alex Acker and Pro Basketball players
- In 1992, a 1992 Los Angeles riot was triggered by a video shot of a police officer in Los Angeles, Rodney King. Living and Dying in Rialto
- David Ray, poet
- John Singleton, film director, screenwriter and producer
- Josh Whitesell, professional baseball player, Arizona Diamond Bucks
- ^ "Incorporation Dates of California Cities". Archived from original as of April 15, 2012. Read on February 20, 2007.
- ^ a b "State & County QuickFacts". US Census Bureau. Viewed on December 24, 2011.
- ^ www.pe.com Archived January 9, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ Rialto Police Department Archived May 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ US Gazetteer files: 2010, 2000, and 1990, United States Census Bureau, (2011-02-12)Available April 23, 2011.
- ^ City-data.com. Rialto, California. Retrieved on December 23, 2009.
- ^ "Will Gerrymandered Districts Stem the Wave of Voter Unrest?". Campaign Legal Center Blog. Read on October 18, 2007.
- ^ Fontana Unified School District
- ^ Colton Joint Unified School District
- ^ Rialto to induct first group to city Hall of Fame Archived May 10, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ Rep. Baca Inducted Into Rialto Hall of Fame
- City of Rialto website - Official Site
- Rialto Unified School District website
- Rialto Chamber of Commerce
- Downtown Rialto Business Improvement District Association
- Rialto Police Department
- KRTO Channel 3