USA City Information

Follow us
 Follow us on facebook   Follow us  on Tweeter   Subcribe to USA City RSS Feeds

Temecula, CA
The City That Shines Through The Mist
Area Code: 951 - Zip Code: 92592

Mobile  |   Map  |   Weather  |  Traffic  |  Home 

  PLAY         HOTELS         GOLF         JOBS         MOVIES         RESTAURANTS         SHOPPING         DIRECTORY         NEWS         REAL ESTATE

    Palm Springs     Menifee     Norco     San Bernardino     Murrieta     Riverside     Corona     Lake Elsinore     Temecula     Hemet
· Churches
· Apartments
· Temecula Wine Country
· Temecula Greek Festival
· Temecula Promenade Mall
· Old Town Community Theater
· Pechanga Casino
· Old Town Temecula
· Temecula Wine & Music Festival
· Temecula Ice Skating
· Visit Temecula Valley
· Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival
· Old Town Chapel
· Temecula Polo Club
· Temecula Farmer's Market
· Temecula Valley Museum
· Pennypickle's Museum
· Old Town Temecula Restaurants
Directory | Search

Temecula, CA

Baja Cactus Baja Cactus

50% OFF

Expires 12/31/2015

Print Offer

View All Temecula Offers
Whether you are visiting Temecula wine country among the rolling hills and vineyards, spending the day in historic Old Town Temecula, or attending one of the many annual events, you will be sure to find a quality hotel close to your favorite venue. Check availabilty
Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival
A tradition since 1984, the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival welcomes guests from all over Southern California as they dance to our music, laugh with clowns, fly with balloons. Enjoy music, food and wine tasting from Temecula's award winning wineries.. More...
In 1904 Walter L. Vail, bought 38,000 acres (154 km2) of Rancho Temecula and Rancho Pauba, along with the northern half of Rancho Little Temecula. In 1915, the first paved, two-lane county road was built through Temecula.

Temecula Balloon and Wine Festival

A tradition since 1984, the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival welcomes guests from all over Southern California as they dance to our music, laugh with clowns, fly with balloons. Enjoy music, food and wine tasting from Temecula's award winning wineries. - More

    Temecula, CA News

More local, U.S., world, sports,
community, politics, economy news

Today's Hot Deals   
Deals only last a few days, and in some cases only hours.

View All Deals



Stenson believes he can keep up sublime form
By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Henrik Stenson is showing no signs of letdown at the PGA Championship following his record-setting performance in winning the British Open two weeks ago and believes he can stay in the groove. "Maybe I'll run out of steam at some point, but up until then, I'll just keep trying my best," said Stenson.

Walker fires 66 to lead PGA by two as Day charges
Jimmy Walker, pictured on July 15, 2016, fired a five-under 65 to lead after 18 holes, birdied the fifth and eighth holes and has yet to make a bogey to stand on nine-under with five holes remainingTop-ranked defending champion Jason Day made seven birdies in eight holes to charge within two shots of the lead at the PGA Championship as pace-setter Jimmy Walker clung to a one-shot edge. Walker birdied three holes in a row starting at the par-3 12th but a bogey at the par-5 18th left him with a four-under par 66 second round to stand on nine-under 131 after 36 holes. Unheralded American Robert Streb had seven birdies and a lone bogey to stand on eight-under with two holes remaining with Day next at seven-under alongside Emiliano Grillo of Argentina in the clubhouse.


Dollar slides on U.S. GDP, Japan bonds fall on BOJ move
An employee of a bank counts US dollar notes at a branch in HanoiBy Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - Weak U.S. economic growth data knocked down the dollar and yields on U.S. government debt Friday, while Japanese government bond yields rose the most in eight years after investors reacted coolly to the Bank of Japan's latest effort to boost the economy. The U.S. economy grew far less than expected in the second quarter as inventory investment fell for the first time in nearly five years. The BOJ doubled its purchases of exchange-traded funds, yielding to pressure from the government and financial markets for bolder action.

Inventory reduction curbs U.S. economic growth; rebound expected
Shoppers ride escalators at the Beverly Center mall in Los AngelesU.S. economic growth unexpectedly remained tepid in the second quarter as inventories fell for the first time in nearly five years and business investment weakened further, offsetting robust consumer spending. In addition, the GDP growth estimate for the fourth quarter was cut by five-tenths of a percentage point to a 0.9 percent rate. The three straight quarters of growth rates around 1 percent suggest a significant loss of momentum that puts the economy at the risk of stalling, but economists expect an acceleration in the second half against the backdrop of strong consumption.

More News...

Welcome to Temecula - "The city that shines through the mist". One of Southern California's premier destinations. A city rich in history, natural beauty, rolling hills, picturesque vineyards and expansive views of the San Jacinto mountains make it a favorite destination for thousands of visitors.

In the 1700's The Shoshone indians made the Temecula Valley their home. They call it, "Exva Temeeku". Later the Spanish interpreted and spelled the word as "Temecula" and called the Indians living in the region as "Luiseños".

The first known European to discover the valley was Father Juan Norberto de Santiago, in October 1797, while seeking a site for a new mission. Temecula was one of the stops on the route of the Butterfield Stage and in 1859 became the location of the seventh post office in California. The first post office was in San Francisco.

In 1904, Walter Vail bought 87,500 acres (four Spanish land grants) and drove 1,000 head of cattle from Arizona. It was the last large cattle drive in the United States. It remained a working cattle ranch for the next 60 years. in 1882, when the Santa Fe Railway came through our valley, Old Town Temecula was born.

Many famous people "passed this way" including mountain men like Jedediah Smith, Indian scout Kit Carson and authors Helen Hunt Jackson and Erle Stanley Gardner that have had two Temecula schools name after them.

Temecula has approximately 100,000 residents. With neighboring Murrieta, on the northwest and the Pechanga Indian Reservation on the south, Temecula forms the southwestern anchor of the Inland Empire region. The city is almost equidistant to San Diego, Los Angeles, and Orange County. The I-15 corridor between Los Angeles County and San Diego was completed in the early 1980's and the subdivision land boom began.

Temecula was incorporated in December, 1989. Developers tried to change the name to Rancho California, but citizens voted to officially name the city "Temecula".

Every year millions of people rely on USA City Information to find & share information around the world
Temecula, CA

Copyright © 1994 all rights reserved. is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users
and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.
Not responsible for the content of other sites to which this site links.
All Information is provided as is. Not responsible for errors or omissions.