Guides

    • El Centro

      Being the 2nd largest city in the Imperial Valley, El Centro was founded in 1906. Agriculture is the main industry and is supported by canal irrigation from the Colorado River,…

    • Brawley

      With a population of just under 25,000, this city has many significances, one of which is cattle farming and feeding industry, and this city hosts annual Cattle Call Rodeo. This…

    • Imperial

      Imperial, just north of El Centro, has agricultural ground and is irrigated by water from canals which comes from the Colorado River. This region has a typical desert climate with…

    • Calexico

      Cal from California and exico from Mexico makes the city of Calexico, which shares the border with both the countries. According to population, this city can be called as the…

    • Heber

      Heber is a quaint, small town with a population of 5000 people, who are strongly connected with each other. Hebei was pronounced as town in 1902 by company Imperial Land.…

    • Holtville

      A tiny city in Imperial County with a population of nearly 6000 residents, Holtville. This city is east of El Centro, and has a pure desert climate with bright sunshine…

    • Seeley

      Seeley is located in El Centro’s west 7.5 miles away. The population of this town is nearly 2000 residents, living in harmony and strong bond. Seeley was declared as town…

    • Calipatria

      A city in the Imperial County with 7000 residents, Calipatria, was formerly known as Date city, is found in north of Brawley. This city has county’s largest prison with 4000…

    • Westmorland

      A quaint and small town located at the highway just past north of Brawley. This town has a small number of residents, nearly 2500. This city was originally called Westmoreland,…