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San Juan Capistrano, CA - November 25, 2023
Popular Sod Types in San Juan Capistrano
#1 Elite Plus
#3 St. Augustine
San Juan Capistrano Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||14 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||284 days|
|Rainy Days||36 days|
|Summer Temp. High||84 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||42 degrees|
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The Lawn of Your Dreams in San Juan Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano is approximately 27 miles south of Anaheim in Orange County.
San Juan Capistrano is known for the annual Return of the Swallows, which is when its cliff swallows return to the area during their seasonal migration. The city celebrates these protected birds with an annual Swallows Day Parade and Mercado Street Fair.
Other festivals and events in the area include the Annual Food & Wine Festival, the OC WineFest, the Battle of the Mariachis Festival, Field Trip Fest, San Juan Hills B&O Festival, Spirit Fest at A Stone's Throw Winery, and San Juan Hills Orchestra Festival.
The city's Mission San Juan Capistrano is a historic chapel, museum, and well-known landmark. The mission was founded in 1776, is referred to as the "Jewel of the California Missions," and draws more than 300,000 visitors every year. It features one-of-a-kind historical artifacts, religious artifacts, paintings, and other rare treasures.
The Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano is another architectural gem, with a 42-foot high, cedar-carved Grand Retablo (a frame containing decorative panels behind the altar) that is covered in gold leaf. The design of the basilica was inspired by the Mission's original 1806 stone church, which was destroyed in an earthquake in 1812.
Unfortunately, during the earthquake, the bell tower collapsed onto the church and blocked any potential escape routes. Forty people died when they weren't able to escape the church. The remnants of the church still exist today as ruins.
Other points of interest in the city are the Ortega's Capistrano Trading Post, the Richard Egan House, San Juan and Trabuco Creeks, ZOOMARS Petting Zoo, Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park, the Old Barn Antique Mall, the O'Neill Museum, the Capistrano Depot, and the Los Rios District.
There are more than 1,700 businesses in San Juan Capistrano. The major industries contributing to the city's economy are retail trade, professional and technical services, accommodation, and food services.
Major employers in the city are Capistrano United School District, St. Margaret's Episcopal School, Costco, Brookdale San Juan Capistrano, JSerra Catholic High School, Mission San Juan Capistrano, Fluidmaster, and Aquatic Technologies.
The indigenous Acjachemen people once made their home in what is now San Juan Capistrano. The city was the site of California's first vineyard and its first winery. According to 2010 U.S. Census data, San Juan Capistrano has a population of 34.593 people.
San Juan Capistrano has a hot, semi-arid climate, and the city gets an average of 14 inches of rain each year.
Neighborhoods we Service in San Juan Capistrano, CA
- Four Oaks
- Harbor Lane
- Hunters Creek
- Las Brisas
- Mission Hills
- Mission Village
- Mountain View
- San Juan Creek
- San Juan Hills
- Mariner Village
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