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Stockton, CA - December 4, 2020
Popular Sod Types in Stockton
#1 Bolero Plus
#2 Elite Plus
#3 Celebration Bermuda
#4 Mow Free
Stockton Climate Facts
|Annual Avg. Precipitation||17 in.|
|Days That Are Sunny||257 days|
|Rainy Days||60 days|
|Summer Temp. High||93 degrees|
|Winter Temp. Low||38 degrees|
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From the minute I called, the team at SodLawn was knowledgable and professional. I had no idea of what would work best for where I live or how to care for it. They made great suggestions and delivery was fast! Now we have a beautiful lawn and feel we made a great choice with SodLawn.
Denise Johnson, Sacramento, Google
We recently replaced the lawn in our backyard and the staff at SodLawn was wonderful to work with. The product was exceptional quality and we had no problems with the lawn seeding. Our backyard has been transformed thanks to our new sod. I would highly recommend this company.
Andrea Zink, Sacramento, Google
SodLawn delivered me premium sod right on time... I will definitely be calling them again for any future sod needs.
Jerry Moore, Sacramento, Google
The Lawn of Your Dreams in Stockton
Located along the San Joaquin River in California’s Central Valley, Stockton is the county seat of San Joaquin County. From museums and galleries to music performances and festivals, there is plenty to see and do in Stockton.
The annual San Joaquin Asparagus Festival is held in Stockton, and it features live entertainment, craft beer and wine pavilions, and a Health & Wellness Fair, a Kids’ Zone, carnival rides, games, a petting zoo, and asparagus prepared in various ways, such as asparagus ice cream and deep-fried asparagus.
Other festivals and events include Lobster Fest, Stockton Arts Week, the Stockton Brew Fest, Bug Fest at Oak Grove Regional Park Nature Center, and the Buddhist Church of Stockton Japanese Food Festival.
Music and theater have important roles in the arts and culture of the community. The University of the Pacific Faye Spanos Concert Hall, the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium, the Delta Center for the Arts, and the Stockton Empire Theater all host many different events and productions throughout the year.
Other arts organizations and venues in the area include the Stockton Opera, KUDOS Children’s Theater, the Stockton School of Performing Arts, and the Stockton Ballet School.
Stockton is also home to several museums and galleries that reflect many elements of history and culture. The Haggin Museum features 19th and 20th-century art, including the work of noted artists Paul Gauguin and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Other facilities include the San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum, the Reynolds Gallery, Stockton Field Aviation Museum, and the Filipino American National Historical Society.
While there are no major league sports teams in Stockton, the area has three minor league franchises. The Stockton Heat is an AHL hockey team that is an affiliate of the Calgary Flames. The Stockton Kings is an NBA G League basketball team that is an affiliate of the Sacramento Kings. And the Stockton Ports is a High-A California League baseball team that is an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics.
The economic strength of Stockton relies on its retail trade, health care, and manufacturing industries. Also known for its abundant agricultural production, the Stockton area produces grapes, raisins, cotton, cherries, and Almonds. The city is also sometimes referred to as the “asparagus capital of the world.”
The major employers in Stockton include St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stockton United School District, Kaiser Permanente, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and the University of the Pacific.
The indigenous Yatchicumne people originally made their homes in villages on low mounds in the Stockton area. As the California Gold Rush began to take hold in 1848, Europeans and Americans arrived in the area. Eventually, Chinese immigrants also came to the area, creating the third-largest Chinese community in the state.
Stockton was officially incorporated in 1850, and now the population is 291,707 people, according to 2010 U.S. Census data.
With a warm, Mediterranean climate, Stockton’s winters are mild, and the summers are hot and dry.
Neighborhoods we Service in Stockton, CA
- Weston Ranch
- Bear Creek
- Miracle Mile
- Spanos Park
- Lincoln Village West
- Sherwood Manor
- Valley Oak
- Most everywhere else...