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April 22, 2014 Economic and Job Impact Analysis of Closure of US Inmigration and Customs Enforcement El Centro Service Processing Center
Welcome to the
County of Imperial......
Imperial Valley a diverse and rich collection of Resources in the form of Human Power, Infrastructure and Economic Development.
Imperial County extends over 4,597 square miles, bordering on Mexico to the south, Riverside County to the north, San Diego County on the west, and the State of Arizona on the east. The terrain varies from 235 feet below sea level at the Salton Sea to 4,548 feet at Blue Angel Peak.
History and Facts
Imperial County, originally part of San Diego County, was founded August 7, 1907. The area was visited as early as 1540 by Hernando de Alarcon, discoverer of the Colorado River. It was further explored by Spanish explorers and Catholic friars. Settlements existed along the Butterfield Stage Route as early as 1858, but no real development took place until water was brought into the area in 1901.
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