VICTOR VALLEY, CALFORNIA
It's a big election year throughout the Victor Valley. Election day is November 3, 2020. Major elections in Apple Valley. Hesperia, and Victorville. In Victorville at last count more than 20 candidates are battling for the 3 seats that are open. This is a very important election in the Victor Valleys biggest city.
With exploding growth in the Victor Valley many of the elections n the High Desert are centered around finding the best candidates to manage this growth. In the City of Victorville election, residents are concerned with the growing homelessness problem in Victorville. More than 20 Candidates are battling for the 3 seats that are open on the Victorville City Council.
The big list of candidates in the Victorville City Council race include Kareema Abdul-Khabir, Lizet Angulo, Elizabeth Bacerra, Robert Bowen, Lionel Dew, Valentin Godina, Blanca Gomez, Leslie Irving, Frank Kelly, Roger Plante, Jerry Laws, Paul Marsh, Ryan Mc Eachron, Kimberly Messen, Eric Negrette, Ashiko Newman, Terrance Stone, Webster Thomas, Craig Timchak, Adam Verduzco.
VictorValleyDigital.Com will have updates on this election and more details on other elections in Apple Valley, Adelanto, and Hesperia.
The Victor Valley is a diverse community. A variety of demographics, young and old, rich and poor, established and up and coming call Victor Valley home.
With more than 300 days of sunshine trees are spotted all over the Victor Valley. What was once an empty Desert is now filled with homes, retail, and attractive landscape.
The Victor Valley has experienced explosive growth in the past few decades! The Victor valley has gome from the land of Joshua Tress to the land of people. Population has now jumped to more than 400,000 in what was once a wide open Desert Community. The population is about equal to the City of Oakland in Northern California and close to the same size metro area of Corpus Christi, Texas, Huntsville, Alabama, Pensacola, Florida and about the same size of the entire Oxnard/Ventura area down south of the Victor Valley.
The city of Victorville leads this explosive growing area with now more than 122,000 people. More than 95,000 live in Hesperia, over 73,000 live in Apple Valley and over 34,000 now make Adelanto their home.
16 more small communities of less than 20,000 that have not even been incorporated add to the population. Phelan leads that list with more than 14,000 people living in this community which sits up again the Ski Resort area of Wrightwood, while Baldy Mesa, Pinon Hills, Bell Mountain, Bryman, El Mirage, Helendale, La Delta, Lucerne Valley, Mojave Heights, Oak Hills, Spring Valley Lake, Orogrande, Mountain View Acres,
Just to give you an idea of how much more growth potential is in the Victor Valley. In the early 1980's a City appraoching 100,000 population now (Hesperia) was unincorporated and did not have a single stoplight on it's main artery thru it's City (Main Street). Today Main Street is loaded with street lights and with close to 100,000 people is not even close to build out - in fact Hesperia has more square miles than one of the biggest cities in America that is at build out (San Francisco) and any of those 16 small incorporated cities could at any time experience the growth that Hesperia has in the past few decades following the Cities 1988 Incorporation.
The Vcitor Valley is in San Bernardino County (Americas largest County in area miles), and is part of the Inland Empire portion of Southern California
Victor Valley is a very popular area for travelers as it sits between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Plans are underway in the Victor Valley to construct a High Speed Train that will travel from the Victor Valley to Las Vegas.
Plenty of other Major Transportation already exists in the explosive growing Victor Valley. Amtrack, Greyhound, Victor Valley Transit Authority local Busses, and Military shuttles already eixsit.
The Victor Valley is home of the Mojave Narrows Regional Park, Mall of Vcitor Valley, Calffornia Route 66 Museum and much more.
Victor Valley has experienced eye popping growth in the past 3 decades. However, with what is planned in the future and it's "near epicenter proximity" to LA County and Las Vegas, future growth in the Victor Valley is expected to really raise eye brows over the next few decade
Victor Valley has become a "Hot Spot Epicenter" between Los Angeles and Las Vegas! Victor Valley is now home to more than 400,000 people and the explosive growth looks to continue at an even more rapid pace because of major projects planned
The 3 most popular Colleges to learn at in the Victor Valley area (High Desert portion of Inland Empire) are Victor Valley College, Barstow College and the Azusa Pacific University's Satelite Campus. During the "Pandemic era" Victor Valley is a much more comfortable area to learn, study, and live in being spread out.
In the Pandemic era, it was clearly determined that the Victor Valley is much safer than other areas in Southern California. Because, the Victor Valley is a very spread out community. Much less dense than cities in the LA or Orange or Riverside or San Diego Counties. Plus, this area of San Bernardino County is among the most spread out vs. it's population size.
An example of why the High Desert or Victor Valley is spread out are the large number of homes that have been built on 2 acre or bigger lots over the years. Plus, the cities retail atmosphere is spread out. It's always easy to find a parking space in the Victor Valley because the way the region has been laid out.
Studies do reveal that the majority of the Covid cases in the Victor Valley are brought in from the outside or other portions of San Bernardino County or other Counites, Cities, or States. Covid can still spread in the Victor Valley, but the spread is a very slow process because of the way the Victor Valley is spaced out.
Clear Skys, active lifestyles, and healthy living make up life in the Victor Valley in 2020. See some of the more popular businesses in 2020 below:
Tom's Burgers in Apple Valley is that Hot spot that you can ride your skateboard over to enjoy all types of Burgers, Sandwiches, Dinners and even the Sunshine Breakfast. A lot of variety for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner!
With Covid restrictions currently in place all over California get out of the house and get in the Drive Thru line and feed the family with a screaming special! 4 Burgers, 4 Fries, 4 24 ounce driinks for only 21.99! You heard right - grab a 20 dollar bill and go thru the car to find some loose coins and you can more than feed the family with the "Screaming Special" for only 21.99!
Tom's has generous Portions and a great following in the Victor Valley Community! So, hop on your skateboard, bicycle, skooter or jump in the car and grab some great takeout or Drive Thru today at Tom's Burgers on Bear Valley Road in Apple Valley!
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