Living in the Central Valley
Visalia is located in the heart of the Central Valley and is referred to
as the Gateway to the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Conveniently
located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Visalia is known for its
rich agriculture, delicious dining, and its warm and welcoming small town
charm. Visalia offers the unique combination of affordable housing, easy
commute to work, a family friendly community and economic opportunity.
There are an average of 275 sunny days per year in Visalia! In the summer,
temperatures range from the upper 90's during the daytime and drop
to the low 80's in the evening. Our winter climate is mild. The average
temperature in the early mornings and evenings is in the low 40's
and during the daytime in the upper 50's.
In addition to our central location and California weather, there are also
a wide-array of activities locally that you'll have easy access to
enjoy. There are several lakes, two major rivers and reservoirs for fishing
and boating. Three major ski resorts also are nearby, offering some of
California's best downhill and cross-country skiing.
For more information about Visalia, please visit the links below.
City of Visalia
Chamber of Commerce
Tulare County Symphony
Imagine U Museum