Located on the edge of the river of Santa Ana and lies along the coastal plateau that is overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Orange County in the state of California. Costa Mesa was an agricultural land whose major crops include various fruits. And after the construction of expressways in the 1950s, oil drilling has soon supplemented the city's economy and has then stimulated the residential growth. The Light industries were subsequently developed, and Costa Mesa eventually became a commercial and industrial center for Orange County. Costa Mesa is one of the most vibrant and eclectic cities in California. It is home to the United States' largest shopping centers. The city is also the center of the action sports industry, and its headquarters are located within the town, such as Volcom, Hurley, Rip Curl, RCVA, and Vans.
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