Located in the state of California and a city in Orange County, Tustin is a part of the Los Angeles Metropolitan area, and is located next to Santa Aa, the county’s seat, but does not include North Tustin. Tustin is ranked as the top 10% in the rank in start-ups and sole proprietors per capita and is one of the shortest communities in Southern California. The city was chosen by Forbes in 2009 as one of the 25 towns to live well in the United States. The Tongva and Juaneño/Luiseño members are the longest settlers inhabitant of the area. It was during the Mission San Juan Capistrano when the area was permanently settled by the Europeans. During World War II, Tustin became the anti-submarine airship base of the US Navy where it was established just south of the city. Suburban growth was rapid after the ends of the war which then resulted in the increase of the population, the annexation of nearby unincorporated lands which includes the base, development of farmlands and orchards that were then turned into housing tracts and shopping malls.
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