Farmersville, CA

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Farmersville, CA

About Farmersville, CA

Farmersville lies in Tulare County California just 40 miles away from Fresno making it an ideal getaway spot for those seeking peace and quiet but still requiring proximity to city amenities. It provides countless opportunities for outdoor recreation with its nearby lakes perfect for fishing or boating plus multiple parks offering walking trails filled with views of wildflowers growing amongst groves of oak trees to enjoy! Small agricultural towns - Central California, southeastern portion of the Central Valley at the foot of the Sierra Nevada.

State: California
County: Tulare County
Metro Area: Visalia Metro Area
City: Farmersville
Zip Codes: 93223
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Time zone: Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Elevation: 327 ft above sea level

This San Joaquin Valley agricultural area is one of the largest producers of oranges and citrus fruits in the world. The flat landscape rises dramatically from flat orchard land to Sequoia National Park, just 50 miles to the east. The downtown areas of both Visalia and Porterville are fairly neat and functional but lack interest.

Once California’s “bargain” metro area, the Cost of Living Index and median home prices have begun to rise. Activities include outdoor recreation and some water sports. There is little in the way of entertainment or intellectual stimulation nearby. The increasing cost profile, lack of economic diversity, weak economic growth, and low educational attainment have driven the ranking down, but there is opportunity for improvement under the right set of circumstances. Fresno is 40 miles northwest, but bigger cities are all more than 100 miles distant.

Just to the east, the Sierra Nevada rise dramatically, first as oak-studded foothills and then as a high ridge of granite, with peaks over 14,000 feet. Winter snow cover on these peaks creates a dramatic landscape. The climate is generally pleasant except for summer hot spells. Summers are hot and dry and winters are mild and relatively wet with 90% of annual precipitation. Summer evenings may be cooled by mountain breezes. Dense ground fogs are common, freezes are not.

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Farmersville Cost of Living

Nearby national parks, winter climate, and small town atmosphere make Farmersville a great place to live.

-39.0% lower than avg
-43.0% lower than avg
$830 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-38.3% lower than avg
Farmersville Crime
27.1 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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   Winter climate
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Over 16 years ago

This dude, stop with all the malarky. Clearly he needs to get out of Farmersville because he's cramping our style. He might consider moving away into one of those bigger  More

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Over 18 years ago

The whole of the central valley is becoming worse and worse by the day. The costs here (in the Visalia/Tulare/Exeter/Farmersville area) are worse even than the  More

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