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The land now known as Lompoc was originally inhabited by the Chumash Native American tribe. The name of the city was actually derived from the Chumash word "Lum Poc." The Mexican government granted the land around present day Lompoc as the Rancho Lompoc Land Grant in 1837. When the United States gained control of the California territory after the Mexican-American War, the valley was bought by Thomas Diblee and William Welles Hollister, and the land was established as a temperance colony. At first the town was called new Vineland, but residents later changed the name to Lompoc.

Population: 41103
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants
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Zip Codes associated with lompoc, california: 93436 93437
Towns/Cities near lompoc, california : Mission Hills Vandenberg Solvang Buellton

Lompoc News
Santa Barbara Pair Indicted On Federal Fraud Charges For Real Estate Website

Two Santa Barbara residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury for operating what authorities say was a fraudulent real estate website that included a Lompoc call center. The indictment came 14 months after FBI agents and other law enforcement officers raided the Lompoc call center plus three Santa Barbara locations allegedly affiliated with a Montecito-based online real estate site that had generated repeated consumer complaints.

Lompoc Launches Single-Family Home Emergency Repair Program

The City of Lompoc Community Development Program is pleased to announce the launch of its Single-Family Home Emergency Repair Program. This Community Development Block Grant-funded program is available to assist low-income, single-family homeowners who don't have funds readily available to complete urgent repairs to their homes.

Driver Injured, Dog Killed After Crash On Harris Grade Road Near Lompoc

A small sedan crashed over the side of Harris Grade Road, injuring one person and killing a dog on Wednesday afternoon near Lompoc. Shortly after noon Wednesday, members of the Santa Barbara County Fire Department responded to the 4700 block of Harris Grade Road for a vehicle that crashed and landed 35 feet over the side, County Fire spokesman Mike Eliason said.

Embassy Suites Hotel in Lompoc Celebrates First Tree-Lighting

Marking the beginning of a new tradition, Embassy Suites by Hilton Lompoc , Hilton's only upscale all-suite hotel in Lompoc, has hosted its first-ever tree-lighting ceremony in its new patio area. Embassy Suites by Hilton Lompoc's tree-lighting ceremony featured Santa and a collection drive for Toys for Tots.

29 Cadets Graduate from Allan Hancock College's Fire Academy

After more than 620 hours of classroom and field instruction, 29 cadets received their certificates of accomplishment from Allan Hancock College's Fire Academy on Friday. Before receiving their certificates of accomplishment on Friday, members of Allan Hancock College's Fire Academy Battalion No.

Santa Maria Teen Arrested on Suspicion of Sexual Assault, Kidnapping

An 18-year-old Santa Maria man was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and sexual assault Wednesday after allegedly attacking a 15-year-old girl in his vehicle and attempting to push her into his trunk, authorities said. Nicholas Padilla was booked into the Lompoc Jail on $1 million bail on suspicion of kidnapping, sexual assault with the intent to commit rape, domestic violence and criminal threats, Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Kelly Hoover said.

Lompoc Day Care Provider's Husband Sentenced to Prison for Molesting 3 Young Girls

The husband of a Lompoc day-care provider acted like grandpa but actually was "the devil in disguise," according to powerful victim-impact statements made Thursday before Salvador Mojarras was sentenced to state prison for molesting three girls. Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge John McGregor sentenced Mojarras to spend 36 years to life in state prison after the defendant previously changed his original not-guilty pleas.

Inmate Flees From Lompoc Federal Prison Camp

A Lompoc federal prison inmate who turned up missing during a routine count has apparently fled the facility, officials said Thursday night. Francisco Gomez-Cazares, 55, was discovered missing from the Satellite Prison Camp during the 4 p.m. Thursday count of inmates at the Lompoc Federal Correctional Complex.

Retired Lompoc Fire Chief Linual White Dies of Job-Related Cancer

It is with a heavy heart that the Lompoc Fire Department announces the passing of retired Fire Chief Linual White Jr. Chief White was born and raised in El Centro, where he served in the fire department for 25 years. Chief White began with the Lompoc Fire Department in 2002 and served for seven years before his retirement in December 2009.

Catholic Charities Holds Mistletoe Ball

On December 1, more than 200 supporters of Catholic Charities came together at The Biltmore's Coral Casino for the 26th annual Mistletoe Ball. Ladies, clad in classic black and festive holiday gowns, and their dates mingled on the partially tented La Pacifica Ballroom Terrace before adjourning to the ballroom for dinner, where hundreds of orange balloons on the ceiling lent a festive flair.

Lompoc Man Sentenced to 26 Years To Life for Killing Brother

The mother of two Lompoc men verbally lashed out at law enforcement officers, the media and a judge on Wednesday while lobbying for leniency in the sentencing of Arturo Herrera, who was convicted of killing his brother. The statements came before Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Gustavo Lavayen sentenced Herrera to 26 years to life in state prison for fatally bludgeoning his younger brother, Enrique Herrera, while he was sleeping in their home on a ranch west of Lompoc on July 4, 2016.

Lompoc Streamlines Sign, Building Permit Process

Lompoc Planning Division Launches Integrated Sign and Building Permit Application Process System will provide for easier, faster experience building in Lompoc. The Lompoc Planning Division is now offering concurrent processing of sign permit and building permit applications, making the process of sign approvals in the city faster and easier.

Solvang Vikings Christmas Party Sparks Smiles for Special-Needs Students

Solvang Mayor Jim Richardson put down the gavel and picked up buckets of Danish cookies to give out to hundreds of special guests on Monday. The mayor was one of many Vikings of Solvang members to carry out an annual Christmas party for special-needs students from around the Santa Ynez, Santa Maria and Lompoc valleys.

Traffic Signal Work on Rte. 1 Means Weekend Lane Switch

A project to replace a traffic signal and light pole at the intersection of State Route 1 Street and Barton Avenue in Lompoc will result in the following temporary traffic 5 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9. Motorists headed southbound on State Route 1 will encounter full lane closures resulting in a traffic switch onto the No. 1 northbound lane of Street.

'Winter Wonderland' Rolls Through Lompoc With Annual Parade

La Purisima Concepcion Catholic School's LIttle Saints Preschool entered an elaborate float showing off the Lompoc Children's Christmas Season Parade theme of 'Winter Wonderland.' Alina Rodriguez, 5, and Katie Rodriguez, 3, were part of the Garcia Dance Studio entry in the Lompoc Children's Christmas Season Parade on Friday night.

Testimony Continues for 2 Men On Trial Again for Fatal Stabbing In Lompoc

Edward Carter, 23, and Dequan Matthews, 21, are accused of gang-related slaying of Jesse 'Dizzy Lara on June 6, 2016 Defendant Dequan J. Matthews sits in Santa Barbara County Superior Court on Tuesday afternoon next to his attorney, David Bixby. Matthews and Edward D. Carter are on trial in connection with the fatal stabbing of Jesse Lara in June 2015 in Lompoc.

Former Supervisor Joni Gray Dies

Joni Gray, who had represented the Lompoc and Orcutt 4th District areas on the County Board of Supervisors, died suddenly on Wednesday, November 22. According to multiple media reports, Gray collapsed in court on Monday due to an aortic aneurysm and succumbed on Wednesday. An estates and property law attorney, Gray was named to fill the 4th District seat in 1998 by Governor Pete Wilson when then-supervisor Tim Staffel was appointed to the Superior Court.

Santa Barbara Rescue Mission Serves Annual Thanksgiving Feast to Those in Need

The slices of pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream were lined on a table on Wednesday, and the smell of turkey and dressing filled the air. The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission served about 300 meals in two hours to those in need at its annual Thanksgiving feast.

Susan Salcido: Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving is a particularly special holiday, due in large part to the opportunity it affords us to think of friends and families near and far. As many of us will soon be sharing special time together with our loved ones, it is an appropriate time to reflect on the many things for which we are thankful.

Man Killed After Allegedly Firing Directly at Officers

Firing at officers directly in front of him, a suspect in a Lompoc homicide case was shot and killed by police officers on November 19. Law enforcement had been investigating a body found early that morning in the dry bed of the Santa Ynez River near a bike path roundabout. Witnesses described a possible suspect, and a Lompoc Fire Department employee reported seeing the person, identified as Geronimo Vicente Santos, near A Street and Pine Avenue around 7 a.m. According to Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, which is investigating the officer-involved shooting, Santos refused to comply with patrol officers who arrived to the scene.

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