Apple Valley CA

Apple Valley CA, once home to both Dale Evans and Roy Rogers, is located within the Victor Valley area of San Bernardino. Incorporated in 1988, it is relatively young and is one of just 22 municipalities in the state that chooses to be called a town instead of a city. The closest cities to Apple Valley CA are Victorville, Barstow, and Hesperia. As of 2010 there were just shy of 70,000 residents of Apple Valley CA. Apple Valley is in the Victor Valley of San Bernardino County, in the U.S. state of California. It was incorporated on November 14, 1988, and is one of the twenty-two incorporated municipalities in California that uses “town” in its name instead of “city.” The town is east of and adjoining to the neighboring cities of Victorville and Hesperia, 35 miles (56 km) south of Barstow and 49 miles (79 km) north of San Bernardino through the Cajon Pass. The population was 69,135 at the 2010 census.

Apple Valley is governed by a town council. The mayor changes each December.

Apple Valley was home to Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, whose museum was first established in Apple Valley (in 1967) before the museum was relocated to Victorville in 1976. Since 2003, the museum has been in Branson, Missouri. The move was made in hopes of reaching more fans;[9] however, the museum closed for financial reasons on December 12, 2009.[10]

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