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Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach, also known as Surf City, is a coastal city in Orange County with over 9 miles of beaches.  Incorporated in 1909, HB encompasses 32 square miles, hosts multiple surfing competitions as well as the annual HB Air Show each September.  With a large number of residential and commercial properties, stump removal services are greatly needed.  It enjoys typically mild Southern California temperatures that are kept in check by its location on the coast.

HB is an oceanside city, 35 miles southeast Los Angeles.  Named after American agent Henry E. Huntington, the population has blossomed to 200,000, making it the most crowded seashore city in Orange County and the seventh most crowded city in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area.  It is flanked by Bolsa Chica Basin State Marine Conservation Area on the west, the Pacific Ocean on the southwest, via Seal Beach on the northwest, by Westminster on the north, by Fountain Valley on the upper east, by Costa Mesa on the east, and by Newport Beach on the southeast.

It is known for its long stretch of sandy seashore, mellow atmosphere, amazing surfing, and beach culture. The great surfing waves are improved by a characteristic impact brought about by the edge-diffraction of vast swells around Santa Catalina Island.  The swells, produced dominatingly from the North Pacific in winter and from a blend of Southern Hemisphere storms in the summer,  center there and make predictable surf throughout the year, thus reinforcing the name "Surf City"

Beach Boulevard, the main street in HB was initially a cattle route for the principal business of the Rancho. Since its time as a bundle of the gigantic Spanish land award, HB has experienced numerous manifestations. Once it was known as Shell Beach, the town of Smeltzer, and afterward Gospel Swamp for the restoration gatherings that were held in the marshland where the junior college Golden West College can as of now be found. Later it got known as Fairview and afterward Pacific City, as it formed into a traveler goal. So as to tie down access to the Pacific Electric Red Car lines that used to confound Los Angeles and finished in Long Beach, Pacific City surrendered huge capacity to railroad tycoon Henry E. Huntington and therefore turned into a city whose name has been composed into corporate sponsorship, and like a great part of the historical backdrop of Southern California, boosterism.

The first pier was built in 1904 and was initially a 1,000-foot-long wood structure.  Its unique designer was Huntington Beach Company, a land improvement firm claimed by Henry Huntington. The Huntington Beach Company is as yet a significant land-proprietor in the city, and still possesses the vast majority of the nearby mineral rights. The organization is currently entirely possessed by the Chevron Corporation.