Alturas, California

What is Alturas, California known for?

music education

, with a suite of five studio rooms and two assistants. However, the combination

range running

, California Plumas , Shasta (Shasta County, California), Siskiyou (Siskiyou County, California), Tehama (Tehama County, California) and Trinity (Trinity County, California). The '''Warner Mountains''' are an 85-mile-long mountain range running north-south through northeastern California and extending into southern Oregon in the United States (northwestern United States). The range lies within the northwestern corner of the Basin and Range Province, extending from


Mediterranean climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification) ''Dsb'') of transmontane northern California. The average January temperatures are a high of or higher and an average of 203.8 days with lows of 32°F (0°C) or lower. The record high was

102 Jul record high F 108 Aug record high F 106 Sep record high F 106 Oct record high F 93 Nov record high F 83 Dec record high F 72 year record high F 108 Jan high F 41.6 Feb high F 45.9 Mar high F 52.4 Apr high F 60.3 May high F 68.4 Jun high F 77.5 Jul high F 88.2 Aug high F 87.3 Sep high F 79.2 Oct high F 67.1 Nov high F 52.2 Dec high F 43.4 year high F 63.6 Jan low F 16.5 Feb low F 20.5 Mar low F 24.4 Apr low F 28.6

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opportunities, hunting and fishing resources, and resplendent natural beauty, tourism is not a major sector of the local economy - largely due to the city's remote location. Local, State, Federal, and Tribal governments are the largest employers in Alturas. Modoc County

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W. authorlink title Modoc County; University of California Publications in Geography, Volume 17 publisher University of California Press year 1965 location Berkeley and Los Angeles page 84 url doi id isbn and in 1876, was renamed Alturas, which is Spanish for "heights".


below the poverty line, including 38.3% of those under age 18 and 7.9% of those age 65 or over. Transportation Alturas is served by U.S. Route 395 (U.S. Route 395 in California) and California State Route 299. U.S. 395 comes in from the south from Susanville (Susanville, California) and Reno (Reno, Nevada). State Route 299 comes in from the west from Redding (Redding, California). Both highways merge in Alturas and head out

article6.htm http: article6.htm '''' State Route 299 (California State Route 299) connects to U.S. Route 101 at the northern end of Arcata. SR 299 begins at this point and extends easterly towards Weaverville (Weaverville, California), Redding (Redding, California), Alturas (Alturas, California), and Nevada. SR 255 Connects to U.S. Route 101 at the southern end of Arcata on Samoa Blvd. and to the west of US-101 passes through Manila. Bridge access

of Reno. This northern piece also follows the Sierra Nevada. It passes through the towns of Susanville (Susanville, California) and Alturas (Alturas, California), also serves several points of interest along this portion, such as the Hallelujah Junction, Honey Lake, and the Modoc Plateau. The civic "capital" of the Shasta Cascade area is Redding (Redding, California); other cities and towns are Alturas (Alturas, California), Biggs (Biggs, California), Chico


Mediterranean climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification) ''Dsb'') of transmontane northern California. The average January temperatures are a high of or higher and an average of 203.8 days with lows of 32°F (0°C) or lower. The record high was


who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.27. There were 753 families (family (U.S. Census)) (60.8% of all households); the average family size was 2.85. The population was spread out with 702 people (24.8%) under the age of 18, 219 people (7.7%) aged 18 to 24, 672 people (23.8%) aged 25 to 44, 802 people (28.4%) aged 45 to 64, and 432 people (15.3%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39.9 years. For every 100 females there were 92.7 males

gold discovery

, California Alturas and Susanville (Susanville, California), along the northern US 395 corridor. By the 1880s small towns began to spring up all over Lassen County. Bieber (Bieber, California) was at the north end of the county, in rich farm land. Hayden Hill was where a gold discovery happened, and a small town sprang up to support the miners. Hayden Hill no longer exists: as the mining stopped, the town's people left for other communities. Madeline was formed at the north end of another rich farming valley, and along the railroad tracks heading north to Alturas, California, this community to this day has about 50 people living in and around the town. A narrow gauge railroad (Narrow gauge rail transport) ran through Lassen County from 1880 to 1927, and was called the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway. The N.C.O.R. was the longest small gauge of the century. It was meant to connect Reno, Nevada to the Columbia River, but only birth_place Alturas (Alturas, California), California dead dead Born in Alturas, California, he moved with his family to Reno, Nevada, in 1906 and attended the public schools. He graduated from the University of Nevada at Reno in 1926, and was admitted to the bar (bar (law)) in 1927, commencing practice in Reno. He was a member of the State assembly in 1933, and was district attorney of Washoe County (Washoe County, Nevada) from 1935 to 1941, and resigned in 1941 to enter active service in the United States Army as a second lieutenant. He was commissioned a colonel and discharged in 1945, and then returned to Reno to resume the practice of law. DATE OF BIRTH September 25, 1903 PLACE OF BIRTH Alturas (Alturas, California), California DATE OF DEATH July 23, 1965

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snow inch 0.4 Nov snow inch 3.0 Dec snow inch 5.2 source 1 WRCC (temperature normals 1915–2013), Demographics 2010 The 2010 United States Census

Alturas, California

'''Alturas''' (formerly, '''Dorris Bridge''', '''Dorris' Bridge''', and '''Dorrisville''') is a city in and the county seat of Modoc County (Modoc County, California), California, United States. The population was 2,827 at the 2010 census.

Alturas is located on the Pit River, east of the center of Modoc County, at an elevation of 4370 feet (1332 m). As the county seat, the town is a home to regional government offices, including a California Highway Patrol office and a state Department of Motor Vehicles office.

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