Stanton is located in the state of California and a city on the western side of Orange County and is a part of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. In `1956, the city was incorporated and operated under a Council-Manager form of local government and has been providing a full range of municipal services to its residents. The city is geographically bounded on the west by Cypress, on the north and west by Anaheim, and by Garden Grove on the east and south of the area. The Los Angeles Interurban Railway started to offer its service in the area by 1905 and had started on the Santa Ana Line. With access to transportation to the area, Stanton’s population grew rapidly. The privately-owned Pacific Electric Railway leased the Santa Ana Line and then took over the service that extends to its regional light-rail system in 1908. The city encompasses 3.15 square miles and features a unique mix of urban and suburban. More than 38,600 people live in Stanton, and around 52% of the population rent their homes. The city’s median home value is $339,000, which is significantly higher than the national average of $184,700. Meanwhile, the median rent in Stanton is $1,355, which is also higher than the national average of $949. Most residents have a liberal outlook in life. The city has several parks for visitors of all ages, such as the Stanton Central Park, Harry M Dotson Park, and Liberty Park. Other notable destinations in Stanton include the Adventure City amusement park and the Beach Boulevard, while the Stanton was assimilated in 1956. Winters are long and cool in the city, while summers are short and arid. Late May to early October are the best time to visit Stanton.

Population 38,623  (2.80%)

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