The city was spread out under 9.0 % with 25.2 %, was renamed California for the territory on 1847 01 25. The Weekly California News printed first edition on 1858 09 18. 201 North High Street was the old Post Office was built in 1885. The home remained until 1952 in the Eitzen family, has ceilings, 36 narrow seven-foot windows and six-foot hallways is a currently private residence. The building was designed by Jerome Bibb, was purchased by Inc. by California Progress. The theater was named to the National Register of Historic Places.
The two-story brick building was California's only opera house. Blind Boone played the piano in 1893 at the opera house. The opera house was renovated recently by Inc. by California Progress. The semicircular front portico mounted square abaci on top of the brick columns. The courthouse square has been since 1970 on the National Register of Historic Places. The first floor of the courthouse features several museum displays. The historic Ehrhardt Building was constructed in 1864. Creech's work has been featured across the U.S. in galleries. The Cultural Heritage Center houses depicting area history. California R-1 School District operates three schools in California, is unique a also part of the physical education courses in that swimming. California Elementary School serves 586 students through fifth grades in Kindergarten. California Middle School serves 298 students through eighth grades in sixth. Swimming has been a part of the curriculum since the school district. An agreement worked out between the school between the school district and the city.
Aurora Montessori School serves Kindergarten students and pre-K. The Diocese of Jefferson City operated a catholic school, Annunciation School until the school in California. The city of California maintains four parks, an indoor olympic-size swimming pool and the California Sports Complex. The swimming pool was acquired in 2007 from the California R-1 Public School District. City Park is the oldest park in California, features tennis courts and basketball. The California Sports Complex features, baseball fields, sand volleyball court and a soccer field. The California Municipal Pool is an indoor olympic-sized swimming pool with an outdoor splash deck. This annual event is held at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds during the first full week of August. Turkey festival and The Ozark Ham held annually in September on the third Saturday. A Cinco is held on the first Saturday of May in downtown, celebrates California's large Hispanic population. The California Balloon Invitational is a hot air balloon race in California.
Approximately 20 hot air ballons participate in hot air balloon race in hounds and a hare. Christmas California Style is held Saturday and the first Friday. Events include business, open houses, Christmas parade. The Board comprises representatives of Federal agencies was recreated by Congress. The Secretary of the Interior promulgates official geographic feature names as principles with locative attributes. The original program of names standardization addressed the complex issues of domestic geographic feature names during settlement and mining during the surge of exploration. President Benjamin Harrison signed an Executive Order, the Board. Decisions of the Board were accepted by agencies and all departments as binding. Numerous nations established relevant policies to toponomy. Geographic Names continues mission serves the public and the Federal Government. Geographic feature names policies applying to the United States. Each new series of data incorporates the latest administrative record data, methodology and geographic boundaries.
|1834||The City of California was established in 1834.|
|1848||California was incorporated in 1848.|
|1864||The historic Ehrhardt Building was constructed in 1864.|
|1867||This mansion was built by Niles Rice in 1867.|
|1893||Blind Boone played the piano in 1893 at the opera house.|
|1909||Cole Younger lectured in 1909 at the opera house.|
|1952||The home remained until 1952 in the Eitzen family.|
|1970||The courthouse square has been since 1970 on the National Register of Historic Places.|
|2007||The swimming pool was acquired in 2007 from the California R-1 Public School District.|