City Spotlight: Fullerton, CA

Fullerton, CA is a city brimming with citrus crops and palm trees, a true haven for its 140,000 + residents. Calling Southern California home provides citizens and visitors with grand beaches, quaint neighborhoods and access to local abodes including shops, multiple city parks and public swimming pools.

You’ll find that Fullerton thrives off of education and promotes its importance through the many well-established institutes. California State University, Fullerton College and Pacific University all call the beaming town home. Furthermore, its education system from Pre-K–12 booms with elite teachers and blue ribbon status.

Fullerton was established in the mid 1800s, prospering with the success of mining, railroads and petroleum. With agriculture at the heart of the city, farmers have kept busy tending to orange, avocado and walnut crops. Fullerton has experienced consistent growth from its start and shows no signs of slowing down.

You will witness the historical sites and treasure the preserved artifacts in downtown where exquisite buildings have remained untouched or been restored to their original state. This makes Fullerton one of the few cities in California to behold the authenticity of the 19th Century.

There are many sites and attractions that will catch your interest and absorb your days, from museums and cultural arts centers to spacious gardens and recreational hubs. The Fullerton Arboretum is a stunning locale filled with 26-acres of breathtaking nurseries and green scenes. The nonprofit organization is located at CSU and proves to be the main resource for ecological and horticultural education.

The Maverick Theatre and Clayes Performing Arts Center are both well-established event halls in the heart of Fullerton. You will be rewarded with original plays, performances and musical guests in the spacious auditoriums. Take the opportunity to catch a memorable show at one of these locales.

Fullerton also showcases its many public parks including Ted Craig Regional Park, Hillcrest Park and Laguna Lake Park. And for those looking for rave pool access, The Fullerton Community Center is a 25-meter indoor pool that holds open swims, classes and aquatic sports. You can also find refuge at the outdoor Janet Evans Swim Complex.

California Pools is proud to be a part of this tremendous community and offers the residents nothing but superb service and quality craftsmanship with their pools, spas and outdoor living spaces. If a backyard makeover with a new or updated pool is what our Fullerton clients are eager for, contact us and together we can make this great summer a remarkable one.