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El Reventon in Porterville is one of Porterville’s most popular weekend spots where people go to dance the night away.
The CHMA Community Center in Porterville hosts an array of yearly events, from Dia de Los Muertos celebrations to annual senior Christmas luncheons.
Both Porterville and Visalia offer community mobile home parks. Some are dedicated solely to the elderly while others allow families to stay in the park.
The South County Justice Center in Porterville is the newest courthouse to open in Tulare County.
Porterville and Visalia are located in the middle of California’s Central Valley and rolling hillsides add to the beautiful views of the horizon.
Main Street in Visalia is always packed with cars, making parking a bit difficult to find, especially on the weekends and in the evenings.
The Porterville Museum offers a huge glimpse in the city’s path with ever-changing displays, annual events and even fun ghost tours.
Porterville is the proud home of Tulare County’s first zero-emission electric Transit bus fleet, giving public transportation riders a quieter and smoother ride while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter into the air.
The Sequoia National Forest headquarters are located in the outer portions of Porterville and offer nature lovers and tourists an opportunity to learn about the national parks that are only a short drive away from the city.
Sierra View Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital located in the City of Porterville.
This World War II mural located in Visalia is only just a small piece of patriotism shown in the city.
This house sits in the outer portions of Visalia and is one of the more luxurious homes the city has to offer.
Porterville and Visalia offer a variety of housing options, including larger and more expensive homes like the one shown in this photo.
The Porterville City Library is one of the only city owned libraries in Tulare County. It is also one of the oldest buildings in Porterville.
The Galaxy 9 movie theater in Porterville is a friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family.
Because Porterville and Visalia are located in the heart of California’s most flourishing agriculture industry, it is extremely common to find acres upon acres of thriving orange groves, as well as other citrus fruit trees and pistachio trees.
San Joaquin Valley College is a private junior college.
 
The Wal-Mart Distribution Center is one of the biggest job providers in the Porterville-Visalia metro area.
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El Reventon in Porterville is one of Porterville’s most popular weekend spots where people go to dance the night away. – Alexis Espinoza

The CHMA Community Center in Porterville hosts an array of yearly events, from Dia de Los Muertos celebrations to annual senior Christmas luncheons. – Alexis Espinoza

Both Porterville and Visalia offer community mobile home parks. Some are dedicated solely to the elderly while others allow families to stay in the park. – Alexis Espinoza

The South County Justice Center in Porterville is the newest courthouse to open in Tulare County. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville and Visalia are located in the middle of California’s Central Valley and rolling hillsides add to the beautiful views of the horizon. – Alexis Espinoza

Main Street in Visalia is always packed with cars, making parking a bit difficult to find, especially on the weekends and in the evenings. – Alexis Espinoza

The Porterville Museum offers a huge glimpse in the city’s path with ever-changing displays, annual events and even fun ghost tours. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville is the proud home of Tulare County’s first zero-emission electric Transit bus fleet, giving public transportation riders a quieter and smoother ride while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter into the air. – Alexis Espinoza

The Sequoia National Forest headquarters are located in the outer portions of Porterville and offer nature lovers and tourists an opportunity to learn about the national parks that are only a short drive away from the city. – Alexis Espinoza

Sierra View Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital located in the City of Porterville. – Alexis Espinoza

This World War II mural located in Visalia is only just a small piece of patriotism shown in the city. – Alexis Espinoza

This house sits in the outer portions of Visalia and is one of the more luxurious homes the city has to offer. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville and Visalia offer a variety of housing options, including larger and more expensive homes like the one shown in this photo. – Alexis Espinoza

The Porterville City Library is one of the only city owned libraries in Tulare County. It is also one of the oldest buildings in Porterville. – Alexis Espinoza

The Galaxy 9 movie theater in Porterville is a friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family. – Alexis Espinoza

Because Porterville and Visalia are located in the heart of California’s most flourishing agriculture industry, it is extremely common to find acres upon acres of thriving orange groves, as well as other citrus fruit trees and pistachio trees. – Alexis Espinoza

San Joaquin Valley College is a private junior college. – Alexis Espinoza

The Wal-Mart Distribution Center is one of the biggest job providers in the Porterville-Visalia metro area. – Alexis Espinoza

El Reventon in Porterville is one of Porterville’s most popular weekend spots where people go to dance the night away.
The CHMA Community Center in Porterville hosts an array of yearly events, from Dia de Los Muertos celebrations to annual senior Christmas luncheons.
Both Porterville and Visalia offer community mobile home parks. Some are dedicated solely to the elderly while others allow families to stay in the park.
The South County Justice Center in Porterville is the newest courthouse to open in Tulare County.
Porterville and Visalia are located in the middle of California’s Central Valley and rolling hillsides add to the beautiful views of the horizon.
Main Street in Visalia is always packed with cars, making parking a bit difficult to find, especially on the weekends and in the evenings.
The Porterville Museum offers a huge glimpse in the city’s path with ever-changing displays, annual events and even fun ghost tours.
Porterville is the proud home of Tulare County’s first zero-emission electric Transit bus fleet, giving public transportation riders a quieter and smoother ride while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter into the air.
The Sequoia National Forest headquarters are located in the outer portions of Porterville and offer nature lovers and tourists an opportunity to learn about the national parks that are only a short drive away from the city.
Sierra View Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital located in the City of Porterville.
This World War II mural located in Visalia is only just a small piece of patriotism shown in the city.
This house sits in the outer portions of Visalia and is one of the more luxurious homes the city has to offer.
Porterville and Visalia offer a variety of housing options, including larger and more expensive homes like the one shown in this photo.
The Porterville City Library is one of the only city owned libraries in Tulare County. It is also one of the oldest buildings in Porterville.
The Galaxy 9 movie theater in Porterville is a friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family.
Because Porterville and Visalia are located in the heart of California’s most flourishing agriculture industry, it is extremely common to find acres upon acres of thriving orange groves, as well as other citrus fruit trees and pistachio trees.
San Joaquin Valley College is a private junior college.
 
The Wal-Mart Distribution Center is one of the biggest job providers in the Porterville-Visalia metro area.
El Reventon in Porterville is one of Porterville’s most popular weekend spots where people go to dance the night away.
The CHMA Community Center in Porterville hosts an array of yearly events, from Dia de Los Muertos celebrations to annual senior Christmas luncheons.
Both Porterville and Visalia offer community mobile home parks. Some are dedicated solely to the elderly while others allow families to stay in the park.
The South County Justice Center in Porterville is the newest courthouse to open in Tulare County.
Porterville and Visalia are located in the middle of California’s Central Valley and rolling hillsides add to the beautiful views of the horizon.
Main Street in Visalia is always packed with cars, making parking a bit difficult to find, especially on the weekends and in the evenings.
The Porterville Museum offers a huge glimpse in the city’s path with ever-changing displays, annual events and even fun ghost tours.
Porterville is the proud home of Tulare County’s first zero-emission electric Transit bus fleet, giving public transportation riders a quieter and smoother ride while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter into the air.
The Sequoia National Forest headquarters are located in the outer portions of Porterville and offer nature lovers and tourists an opportunity to learn about the national parks that are only a short drive away from the city.
Sierra View Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital located in the City of Porterville.
This World War II mural located in Visalia is only just a small piece of patriotism shown in the city.
This house sits in the outer portions of Visalia and is one of the more luxurious homes the city has to offer.
Porterville and Visalia offer a variety of housing options, including larger and more expensive homes like the one shown in this photo.
The Porterville City Library is one of the only city owned libraries in Tulare County. It is also one of the oldest buildings in Porterville.
The Galaxy 9 movie theater in Porterville is a friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family.
Because Porterville and Visalia are located in the heart of California’s most flourishing agriculture industry, it is extremely common to find acres upon acres of thriving orange groves, as well as other citrus fruit trees and pistachio trees.
San Joaquin Valley College is a private junior college.
 
The Wal-Mart Distribution Center is one of the biggest job providers in the Porterville-Visalia metro area.

El Reventon in Porterville is one of Porterville’s most popular weekend spots where people go to dance the night away. – Alexis Espinoza

The CHMA Community Center in Porterville hosts an array of yearly events, from Dia de Los Muertos celebrations to annual senior Christmas luncheons. – Alexis Espinoza

Both Porterville and Visalia offer community mobile home parks. Some are dedicated solely to the elderly while others allow families to stay in the park. – Alexis Espinoza

The South County Justice Center in Porterville is the newest courthouse to open in Tulare County. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville and Visalia are located in the middle of California’s Central Valley and rolling hillsides add to the beautiful views of the horizon. – Alexis Espinoza

Main Street in Visalia is always packed with cars, making parking a bit difficult to find, especially on the weekends and in the evenings. – Alexis Espinoza

The Porterville Museum offers a huge glimpse in the city’s path with ever-changing displays, annual events and even fun ghost tours. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville is the proud home of Tulare County’s first zero-emission electric Transit bus fleet, giving public transportation riders a quieter and smoother ride while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter into the air. – Alexis Espinoza

The Sequoia National Forest headquarters are located in the outer portions of Porterville and offer nature lovers and tourists an opportunity to learn about the national parks that are only a short drive away from the city. – Alexis Espinoza

Sierra View Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital located in the City of Porterville. – Alexis Espinoza

This World War II mural located in Visalia is only just a small piece of patriotism shown in the city. – Alexis Espinoza

This house sits in the outer portions of Visalia and is one of the more luxurious homes the city has to offer. – Alexis Espinoza

Porterville and Visalia offer a variety of housing options, including larger and more expensive homes like the one shown in this photo. – Alexis Espinoza

The Porterville City Library is one of the only city owned libraries in Tulare County. It is also one of the oldest buildings in Porterville. – Alexis Espinoza

The Galaxy 9 movie theater in Porterville is a friendly destination to enjoy with the whole family. – Alexis Espinoza

Because Porterville and Visalia are located in the heart of California’s most flourishing agriculture industry, it is extremely common to find acres upon acres of thriving orange groves, as well as other citrus fruit trees and pistachio trees. – Alexis Espinoza

San Joaquin Valley College is a private junior college. – Alexis Espinoza

The Wal-Mart Distribution Center is one of the biggest job providers in the Porterville-Visalia metro area. – Alexis Espinoza

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