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  Gilroy CA Real Estate | Home Sale Rebate California Gilroy
With average home prices going up in Gilroy California, Buyer have to pay more in closing costs.
Located in Santa Clara California, Gilroy is one of the boom cities in regard to real estate appreciation.
Gilroy has a population with higher than average income and consider a safe place to live in.
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  California Countryside™ | Communities | Destination | Gilroy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Afield, Gilroy has a total of 440 acres of parkland with parks ranging from 1/8 acre to 125 acres in size.
Gilroy is also surrounded by reservoirs which provide a full complement of water-related sports and recreational activities.
Gilroy is a great stop in the heart of the California Countryside.
www.findyourselfincalifornia.com /communities/gilroy/gilroy-p2.html   (389 words)

 Gilroy California
Gilroy is known as the "Garlic Capital of the World," and home of the annual Garlic Festival.
Gilroy is located within a short driving distance of Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz, the San Joaquin Valley, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Gilroy is also known for its peaceful residential environment, its award-winning parks, golf course and recreation programs.
www.exclusivesaratogahomes.com /bay-area/Santa-Clara/cities/gilroy.htm   (358 words)

 Gilroy California Real Estate
Gilroy is centrally located within a short driving distance of Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz, the San Joaquin Valley, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Gilroy is a growing community with a population of about 40,153 (State Dept. of Finance, 1/1/00), representing over 2 percent of Santa Clara County.
Gilroy, a charter city, is a center of government activity for the region.
www.relocate-america.com /states/CA/cities/gilroy.htm   (1012 words)

 The Dispatch
John Gilroy, the California pioneer who settled here, will be fondly remembered at a plaque-dedication ceremony set for noon Saturday at Anchorpoint School (formerly San Ysidro School) along the Pacheco Pass Highway two miles east of downtown Gilroy.
Anchorpoint School, the Gilroy Historical Society, the Mountain Charley Chapter of the E. Clampus Vitas history-preservation group and the Native Sons of the Golden West sponsored the monument.
Gilroy made his way to the settlement of Ignacio Ortega, the son of a scout of the Spanish explorer Portola who discovered Santa Clara Valley and the San Francisco Bay in the 1760s.
www.gilroydispatch.com /printer/article.asp?c=128792   (763 words)

 Gilroy Area History - Living in Gilroy, City of Gilroy
Gilroy got its start in 1850 as a stage stop along the San Jose to Monterey Road.
By the time the village was incorporated as the Town of Gilroy in 1867, it was the third largest community in the county with a brewery, a flouring mill, and a distillery.
The railroad arrived in Gilroy in 1869 and made the community the hub of the south Santa Clara Valley.
www.ci.gilroy.ca.us /living/history01.html   (362 words)

 Gilroy, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gilroy (IPA: gɪlɹɔɪ) is a city in Santa Clara County, California, USA.
Gilroy also is home to the Gilroy Premium Outlets, a gigantic shopping mall consisting entirely of outlet stores.
Gilroy Presbyterian Church - one of the oldest Presbyterian churches in the State of California
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gilroy,_California   (1311 words)

 California - Gilroy & Orange County Animal Control Ordinances
Final disposition of the animal shall be determined by that agency in accordance with the provisions of this title and state law.
The Director, his or her duly authorized deputies and agents are hereby empowered and it shall be their duty to enforce this division and any statute relating to animal control, unless otherwise provided by law.
By obtaining an antirabies deferment from a licensed veterinarian, and upon approval of the Director, dogs that are ill may be given temporary deferment from rabies vaccination requirements; old age of the dog, however, shall not be a basis for such deferment.
www.animallaw.info /statutes/stuscaodgilroy_orangecounty.htm   (12066 words)

 Gilroy takes a hard look at Wal-Mart / Supercenter plan for grocery sales worries businesses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
While a majority of city officials seem poised to roll out the red carpet for one of the first Supercenters in California, a coalition of small businesses, environmentalists, grocery store workers and residents is urging the City Council to slow the project down and consider the impacts on local wages and land use.
Gilroy's opposition seems mild in comparison to places like Contra Costa County, where county supervisors recently attempted to pass an anti-Wal-Mart ordinance, but were defeated at the ballot box.
Gilroy is already struggling with abandoned buildings in the city center, which are magnets for crime and vandalism.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2004/03/15/MNG5T5KMGM1.DTL   (1173 words)

 The Dispatch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Gilroy Police officer Brian Dutton, right, handcuffs a suspect in a mock scenario during Special Operations Group training Sunday.
Gilroy Police reserve officer Ben Charnota and Cpl. Jason Kadluboski position themselves behind a fence as they watch a suspect during Special Operations Group training Sunday.
Gilroy's SOG team grabbed second place during the 2004 Best of the West competition where the group competed against 22 other SWAT teams from across California.
www.gilroydispatch.com /news/contentview.asp?c=176806   (847 words)

 Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs is a California Historical Landmark property near Gilroy, California, famed for its mineral hot springs and historic development by early settlers and Japanese immigrants.
Gilroy Hot Springs was a microcosm of the successful struggle of Japanese Americans to attain full ownership in the American Dream.
Gilroy Hot Springs was an iconic symbol of the courage and grace of Japanese Americans, who sought to restore and recreate within a national pride of the USA, rather to give up and blame.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gilroy_Yamato_Hot_Springs   (1090 words)

 California - Gilroy Hot Springs Joins Henry Coe State Park
Santa Clara County, CA—July 2, 2003—The California Department of Parks and Recreation announced today its recent purchase of Gilroy Hot Springs, a historic property in rural Santa Clara County, that will now be a part of the western portion of Henry W. Coe State Park.
Gilroy Hot Springs lies in the center of Nature Conservancy's Mt. Hamilton Project, an area one-and-a-half times the size of Yosemite.
The goal of the Mt. Hamilton Project is to protect the native species and natural habitat of a 1.2 million-acre region that lies between San Jose and Silicon Valley and the Central Valley.
www.nature.org /wherewework/northamerica/states/california/press/press1116.html   (530 words)

 Gilroy, California information - courtesy of The BUYER'S BROKER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Gilroy is situated in South Santa Clara County at the crossing of U.S. Highway 101 and State Highway 152.
Gilroy serves as the center of a rural area of about 45,000, with average
Gilroy is best known as the "Garlic Capital of the World," and home of the annual Garlic Festival each year in July.
www.homesofsantaclaracounty.com /o/towns/gilroy.htm   (222 words)

 WtW round 3 grants - City of Gilroy, California
Summary Paragraph: The City of Gilroy's project Mujeres Pueden, or "Women Can," focuses on Hispanic, limited-English speaking TANF recipients who reside in Gilroy and the surrounding areas of Southern Santa Clara County, California.
Recognizing the high cost of living in the San Jose area, the project is designed to give participants the necessary skills and experience to be successful in non-traditional employment, including union apprenticeships and micro-enterprise design/self employment, capitalizing on the boom in home construction/repair and the need for related service businesses in the area.
Innovations/Service Strategy: The innovative elements of Mujeres Pueden include the saturation of services within one Census Tract that is approximately 25% of Gilroy's population, including approximately 45% of the targeted TANF cases.
www.doleta.gov /wtw/competitive/round3/ca-gilroy.htm   (360 words)

 - Police Department, City of Gilroy
Visit the California Department of Justice Website to learn how to protect yourself from identity theft and learn what you can do if you suspect you have become a victim of identity theft or fraud.
The City Of Gilroy Neighborhood Resource Unit is available to assist with improving the "Livability" of all neighborhoods in Gilroy.
The Gilroy Police Department is dedicated to making our City a safe place to live and work.
www.ci.gilroy.ca.us /police   (291 words)

 Gilroy Garlic Festival
The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association is a non-profit corporation.
From 1979 through 2006 the success of the annual Festival has enabled the Association to award over $7.5 million to these groups, not to mention the other charities which generated funds through booths operated at the three-day event.
The Gilroy Garlic Festival is established to provide benefits to local worthy charities and non-profit groups by promoting the community of Gilroy through a quality celebration of Garlic.
www.gilroygarlicfestival.com   (181 words)

 NBC11.com - News - Gilroy Crash Kills Young South Bay Woman
GILROY, Calif. -- A 21-year-old Gilroy woman survived crashing her car on U.S. Highway 101 Friday morning but was killed when she got out of the car and an oncoming pickup truck hit her, throwing her over her own vehicle and onto the roadway, the California Highway Patrol reported Friday.
The woman lost control of her 1995 Volkswagen Golf as she was driving onto northbound Highway 101 from Leavesley Road in Gilroy shortly after midnight, according to a CHP report.
According to Voyles, the woman would have been able to see the Dodge approaching if she looked, because the area where the crash occurred has clear visibility for up to a mile in each direction and the Dodge was 500 feet away from the woman when she got out of her car.
www.nbc11.com /news/9668045/detail.html   (349 words)

 Welcome to The City of Gilroy - , City of Gilroy
Spraying will be done from State of California trucks, not aircraft, and is applied in a manner which greatly reduces the potential of human exposure.
Gilroy Mayor Al Pinheiro and CityAdministrator Jay Baksa will continue the City of Gilroy Financial Plan presentations to citizens, which began last year.
Passport fees include $30.00 to the City of Gilroy for processing and $67.00 to Passport Services (or $52 for a child under 16) for the passport.
www.ci.gilroy.ca.us   (1039 words)

 Gilroy Garlic Festival
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From the visualization of an image through the final framed print, Alan is fully involved in every phase of the creative process.
Most of my photos are printed in pearl warm tones and five base papers for best quality results.
www.gilroygarlicfestival.com /AandC/Photography.html   (418 words)

 Gilroy California Hotels : Real Estate : Gilroy Garlic Festival
First established in 1850 as a stage stop, Gilroy is the Garlic Capital of the World, playing host to the three-day Gilroy Garlic Festival in July (since 1979).
The city has also been known as the Tobacco Capital of the United States, the Dairy and Cheese Capital of California, the Prune Capital, the Hay and Grain Capital and the Horse-Breeding Capital.
Gilroy's primary attractions include the Gilroy Premium Outlets, a sprawling factory outlet shopping center consisting of 145 stores, and the Gilroy Gardens theme park, which mixes elaborate tree gardens with attractions and rides for kids.
www.gilroy-california.com   (411 words)

 Gilroy, California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The Gilroy Dispatch reported on 23 July 2003 that the city of Gilroy, California -- famous as the home of the Gilroy Garlic Festival -- has adopted a flag.
It apparently existed when Gilroy was incorporated in 1860, as a wafer impression later colored in fl and white appears on the city charter.
The items in the lower foreground of the central image of the seal, directly beneath the railway train, are various fruits, nuts, wine, and other types of agricultural produce grown in Gilroy around 1860 and which were shipped by train to Stockton, San Francisco/Oakland, or Sacramento; Gilroy was the railhead for the surrounding area.
flagspot.net /flags/us-ca-gr.html   (380 words)

 GILROY CA HOTELS | Lodging Near Gilroy California
California > California Hotels > Gilroy CA Hotels
Gilroy CA Non smoking rooms avail, heated swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna.
360 Leavesley Rd. Gilroy CA Non smoking rooms avail, heated swimming pool, whirlpool jacuzzi.
2getgold.com /ca/hotels/gilroy-ca-hotels.html   (173 words)

 Gilroy, CA is fifteen miles from San Jose State University - Rodeway Inn 95020, CA395   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Gilroy, CA is fifteen miles from San Jose State University - Rodeway Inn 95020, CA395
hotel is ideally located in Gilroy, which is known as the "Garlic Capital of the World." This Gilroy hotel is close to area attractions including Bonfante Gardens Family Theme Park, Paramount's Great America, Pebble Beach and San Jose State University.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the Econo Lodge hotel is the perfect location for anyone visiting the Gilroy area.
www.choicehotels.com /ires/en-us/html/HotelInfo?hotel=CA395   (250 words)

 Total Concrete - Gilroy, CA, 95020 - Citysearch
Total Concrete is one of California's finest concrete experts.
We are a locally owned company providing quality service to home owners in the central California area.
We pride ourselves on expert installations and we care about each individual by meeting his or her specific needs.
www.citysearch.com /profile/44516051   (311 words)

 Gilroy (California) - Wikitravel
Gilroy is in the southern part of Santa Clara County south of San Jose in California.
Gilroy is located about 35 miles south of San Jose International Airport.
Located at 681 Leavesly Rd., Gilroy, CA 95020.
wikitravel.org /en/Gilroy   (260 words)

 Realty Times - Real Estate News and Advice - Local Market Conditions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Gilroy's average price for a Single Family Home (SFH) saw an increase, up almost 6% in September from August (down almost 10.5%).
Gilroy's average prices for SFHs went up 28% from December 2004-December 2005.
Gilroy, like most cities in Santa Clara, as of September 2006, is still leaning toward more of a buyer's market as the inventory is continuing to increase.
realtytimes.com /rtmcrcond/California~Gilroy~carolynhoman   (431 words)

 cbs2.com - California Wire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
GILROY, Calif. (AP) A major Santa Clara County roadway was closed Thursday morning after two tractor-trailer trucks collided and spilled hazardous chemicals across Highway 152, the California Highway Patrol said.
A truck hauling construction equipment collided with a truck carrying an unknown flammable chemical near Pacheco Pass east of Gilroy, said CHP Officer Chris Armstrong.
The road, which connects U.S. Highway 101 in Silicon Valley to Interstate 5 in the San Joaquin Valley, was expected to remain closed past 4 p.m., Armstrong said.
cbs2.com /californiawire/CA--ChemicalSpill_k_n_0ca--/resources_news_html   (290 words)

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