Tracy has grown, but continues to be family oriented

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Schools: Tracy Unified School District Jefferson School District New Jerusalem Charter School Delta Charter High School


Square Miles: 21

Transportation: Tracy Transit Tracy Intercity Buses Ace Bus Schedule Ace Train Schedule Ace Photos Greyhound


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White Pages: Tracy White Pages

Zip Codes: 95376 contains an abundance of information to help you gain more real estate knowledge. Whether you are looking for to buy a tracy home or condo, it's all right at your fingertips. Our online MLS listings contain Tracy real estate agent and broker listings which allows you to find real estate listings from more than just one real estate brokerage firm. As one of San Joaquin County's top online real estate destinations for real estate information, Wright Realtors web site contains all of the top REALTORS listings. So whether you are wondering what your home value is, looking for a real estate agent to help you buy or sell a home, or just looking to browse properties in Tracy or any other San Joaquin Community.

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Tracy is a growing community that is centrally located in the San Joaquin Central Valley in California. It was founded in 1878 as a small railroad town, but over the last decade, affordable housing and family atmosphere has raised a new interest in the Area. Tracy is just 60 miles east of San Francisco, 60 miles south of Sacramento. Although it remains a prosperous agricultural center, its location and accessibility attracts new business and employment opportunities each year.

Although Tracy has grown considerably, it continues to be a family oriented community, emphasizing education, recreation for youth and a high quality of life. Tracy High School is a magnet for music education and continues with its International Baccalaureate program. Elementary and middle schools offer gifted and talented programs as well as special education programs. Athletic opportunities are also plentiful at all schools. Organizations such as Rotary and Kiwanis work during the year to help fund special student projects during the year.

Tracy does have much to offer whether you are visiting, employed or reside in Tracy. We know your time here, no matter how long, will be a pleasant one.

Strategically located at the center of the expanding city, Downtown Tracy is ideally situated to be the focused commercial/retail center for the greater Tracy area. There are numerous retailers, restaurants, and service businesses from legal to beauty. With nearly 45% of Downtown businesses being service-related, a built-in consumer base of employees has emerged, contributing to the area's high foot traffic. In addition to the large number of employees in the area, Tracy sponsors numerous traffic building events throughout the year to promote its Downtown district. Events such as the weekly Farmers' Market and the annual Dry Bean Festival attract thousands of people to the area, benefiting the Downtown merchants.

From humble beginnings, Tracy has continued to grow and develop with the addition of new industries, the development of highly productive irrigated farming, and the building of homes, schools, a hospital, businesses, and churches. Lodges, service clubs, and other community organizations have been formed to serve the town and its residents.

As Tracy continues its population growth, new industries have located here to provide new employment opportunities. Development of new commercial activity is being spurred by the opening of the Tracy Outlet Center in the fall of 1994 and the opening of West Valley Mall in the fall of 1995. The Tracy Auto Plaza is now open with five dealerships and more on its way. Improvements to downtown Tracy are also being inaugurated through new parking facilities, a newly adopted streetscape plan and a cultural arts facility in the works. With the addition of new industries, the development of highly productive irrigated farming, and the building of homes, schools, a hospital, businesses, and churches. Lodges, service clubs, and other community organizations have been formed to serve the town and its residents.

In recent years, more and more Tracy residents have jobs in the Bay Area, commuting to and from work on the extensive system of interstate freeways developed in the 1960s and 1970s. The newcomers have joined long time residents in creating a new, larger Tracy... but one that is still a town with all the elements of a complete community. That's how Tracy was started in 1878 and the way it continues growing today.

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Airport: Tracy Municipal Airport (Photo) Stockton Airport California International Airports: California Airports

Area: The amount of land area in Tracy is 24.834 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Tracy is 21.0 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.001 sq kilometers.
The distance from Tracy to Washington DC is 2520 miles. The distance to the California state capital is 53 miles. (as the crow flies)
Tracy is positioned 37.73 degrees north of the equator and 121.43 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Arts & Entertainment: Tracy Movies

Biographies: Famous Traceyites Troy Dayak - Soccer Player/Coach MC Hammer - Musician Richard Pombo - Legislator/Rancher Keena Turner - Football Star


Tracy Historical Images of America - Simply an outstanding collection of photos, the Historical Society of Tracy enlightens us the intriguing account of an industrialized center that has hung on to much of its rural-town ambiance. Readers can delve into Tracy's organizations, businesses, schools, churches, dairiy farms, nfluential people and prominent buildings, showcased in striking vintage photographs

Chamber: Tracy Chamber Of Commerce

Map of San Joaquin County

Churches: Tracy Churches Tracy California Church Guide, Places to worship in Tracy California & Surrounding Areas with addresses, service times, email addresses

City: City of Tracy

City Facts: City Data

Climate: Tracy average annual precipitation is 11.7 inches per year.
The average winter temperature is 45.9 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 59.6 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 75.3 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 64.4 degrees F.

Colleges: CSU Stanislaus San Joaquin Delta College (Tracy Learning Center) Nearby Stockton is home to several well known higher educational institutions including the University of the Pacific California State University Stanislaus-Stockton San Joaquin Delta Community College Humphreys College and School of Law, as well as a variety of private and vocational schools. California Colleges USA Colleges

Community: Community Report Tracy Community

Current Events: Tracy News Headlines

Economy: Agriculture: Vegetables, fruits and nuts, dairy products, cattle, nursery stock, grapes. Industry: Electronic components and equipment, aerospace, film production, food processing, petroleum, computers and computer software, tourism.

Elevation: Tracy elevation is 48 feet above sea level.

Events: September: The tracy Dry Bean Festival Held each year in September A "something for everyone" family event.

Founded: 1878

Government: Tracy Municipal Code Fire Department Polcie Department

Health Care: Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

Highways: Highway Road Conditions Map

Interstate 5
Interstate 205
Interstate 580
California State Route 120
J2 - Corral Hollow Road
J4 - Byron Road / Grant Line Road
J13 Tracy Boulevard

Highway Markers Sign Resource Manual

History: Tracy History Tracy History

Home Builders: Tracy and San Joaquin Home Builders

Hotels, Motels, Inns: San Joaquin Hotels

Incorporation Date: 1910

Library: Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library Tracy Branch

Location: Tracy location: at the intersection of three (3) interstate freeways I-205, I-5, I-580 - east of Hayward, 18.8 miles Southwest of Stockton and north east from San Jose. Other nearby communities include Lathrop, French Camp, Manteca, Taft Mosswood, Discovery Bay, Byron, Country Club and Kennedy

Map: Tracy Ca Map

Map Locations: The following links are Google searches which will help you find businesses, travel and vacation activities that are close to Tracy


Museums: Tracy Historical Museum Photos, clothing and many other items.
Phone 209-832-7278
1960 North Adams
Tracy, CA 95376

Name: named after Lathrop J. Tracy, railroad official

Newspapers: Tracy Press
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Population: The population of Tracy is approximately 78,307 (2007). The approximate number of families is 12,174 (1990).

Property Taxes: California Real Estate Tax Questions and Information

Public Utilities: Switch Tracy Public Utilities

Quick Facts: Tracy Quick Facts: Population, Education, Housing Units, Ownership Rate, Households, Median Income, Land Area

Radio & TV: Strongest Radio Stations near Tracy

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