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Irwindale is a city in Los Angeles, California, located in the San Gabriel Valley. The city's population was 1,422 in the 2010 United States census. In comparison to neighboring communities in Los Angeles, California, Irwindale has a small population and is primarily made up of "rock quarries," which are the city's primary source of revenue. The city also includes the Irwindale Event Center and the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area, which is located near the San Gabriel River.

Irwindale is also known as the new permanent site for the yearly Renaissance Pleasure Faire of Southern California since 2005 after relocating from Glen Helen Regional park situated in Devore.

Irwindale is a city of services, including a library facility and local police. Continuing the list with a teen center, public gymnasium, public pool, and a senior center. The housing societies are mostly found in the southeastern area of the city, close to the Arrow Highway and Cypress street near Irwindale Avenue.

Irwindale was initially part of the Mexican land grants. It is also famous for its history of the families of Gregorio Fraijo and Facundo Ayon settling in the city.

The economic growth of the city was quite null until the advent of the automobile arrived. The city of Irwindale was incorporated in the year 1957 on august 6. This city mostly experiences warm and dry summers, with the temperature never rising above 71.6 f. As per the declaration of the Koppen Climate Classification, the city Irwindale has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate.

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