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Fresno

Fresno, California is situated within the state's central area. Presently, the city of Fresno maintains a population of more than 510,000 according to 2010 census numbers. This places the city of Fresno as the biggest inland city in the state, while it is the 5th biggest city in California and the 34th biggest city within the nation. The city of Fresno is situated 274 km or 170 miles south of Sacramento, the state capital, and 200 miles or 322 kms north of Los Angeles. The population of the city of Fresno is approximately 1,107,416. The name Fresno is derived from the Spanish language word for the ash tree. Due to this, the city's flag features an ash leaf.

As among the top 40 largest cities within the United States, Fresno currently has a rapidly growing metro area that has an estimated population of 430,000 residents. The $3 billion agriculture business in the County of Fresno makes it the top county for agriculture in the USA. Some of the main crops are cotton, lettuce, tomatoes and grapes. Fresno has over 250 crops. The economy is likewise supported by various industries like food processing, plastics and glass, computer software and agricultural equipment and chemicals.

Within the Central Valley of California, the city of Fresno is the major economic factor within the field of agriculture, a sector of the economy which provides the city with virtually 25 percent of the work within the region. It is projected that 1 in 3 jobs in the area are agriculture related, making Fresno County amongst the most well-known agricultural counties within the country. The most important crops are milk, cattle, peaches, turkeys, grapes, plums, tomatoes and cotton.

The main non-agricultural employment sectors are Government, Utilities and Transportation, Health Services and Education, Trade, Finance, Construction, Hospitality and Leisure, Manufacturing, Business and Professional Services and Construction.

The manufacturing sector in Fresno has an abundance of jobs in various fields including stone, farm machinery, glass products, metal products, furniture, wood products, and transportation equipment. The agricultural technology and irrigation sectors offer lots of jobs. Other sectors consist of advanced logistics, flexible food manufacturing and agricultural technology. There are an abundance of call centers also employing a portion of the labor force.

The cultural attractions within the city of Fresno are numerous and varied. The Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra and Fresno Ballet are hosted at the Saroyan Theatre, named for the Fresno-born poet and author William Saroyan. The Fresno Grand Opera is another attraction along with various dance and music productions and local theatre companies. The museums within the area comprise the Fresno Metropolitan Museum, the Fresno Art Museum, the African-American Museum and the Discovery Center. Every month of October, the city of Fresno hosts the annual Blues Festival within the Tower District, situated under the well-known namesake water tower. Each and every springtime, the Conours D'Elegance is held at California State University within the city of Fresno and this is the most anticipated antique auto show within the United States.