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Walnut is an affluent city in Los Angeles County, California. The population was 29,172 at the 2010 census.

The city of Walnut obtained its name from the Rancho Los Nogales Mexican land grant, nogales meaning “walnut” in Spanish. With exceptions to some busy intersections and streets like Grand Ave and Amar St, the  city is relatively quiet in comparison to nearby neighborhoods like La Puente and West Covina. The city covers nearly nine square miles  and is home to hundreds of businesses.

More recently Walnut was one of Money’s Best Places to Live, “America’s best small towns,” ranked Walnut as #70 in 2009 and #57 in 2011, the highest ranking for a Californian city for both 2009 and 2011.

Walnut is located in the San Jose Hills and is home to several small creeks and streams that run throughout the city. Most notably of these waterways are Snow Creek, Lemon Creek.

The history of Walnut dates back to the Indians who were related to the Shoshone Indians. The Indians were called “Gabrielino Indians” by the Spaniards, because the Indians lived in an area controlled by the San Gabriel Mission. Back then walnut was primarily used for the grazing of cattle and sheep by the Mission. The city of Walnut got its name from the nut, walnut.

The City of Walnut’s Bicentennial Commission selected the construction of Lemon Creek Park and the restoration/ retrofit of the William R. Rowland Adobe Redwood Ranch House. In 1871, the Lemon Creek Park area became the property of Sheriff William Rowland, who inherited the 29,000-acre  ranch from his father, John Rowland. The modest structure built in 1883 served as the home of Mr. Meridith, ranch foreman for William Rowland. The adobe redwood ranch house is one of the few remaining original ranch style redwood and adobe structures in the area. On October 1, 1975, the State Landmark Committee placed the W.R. Rowland ranch house in the National Registry of Historical Places.

(source: wikipedia)

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