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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
Ron Fink: Lompoc City Budget - Public Safety Suffers

The Lompoc City Council recently discussed the remaining budget period and seemed to be setting the stage for the next two-year cycle. The outlook isn't very good.

Lompoc Vally Flower Festival Plans Space Theme For 66th Edition

The event featuring the theme "Space: The Final Frontier" opens Wednesday and runs through Saturday with most of the activities centered at Ryon Park as the community celebrates the flower industry and mission of nearby Vandenberg Air Force Base. While the area's flower industry has waned in recent decades, fields of colorful blooms still can be spotted around the Lompoc Valley with the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce offering tips about the best places to spot them and field etiquette, available here.

5-Year-Old Boy Airlifted to Hospital After Being Struck by Vehicle Near Lompoc

An injured 5-year-old boy was airlifted to a Santa Barbara hospital Monday after being struck by a vehicle in the Missions Hills community near Lompoc, accordign to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department. At approximately 1:15 p.m., personnel from the county Fire Department , the Lompoc Fire Department and the California Highway Patrol responded to the scene on the 3600 block of Via Gala, near Calle Cinco, said Mike Eliason, a Fire Department spokesman.

Unique Cabrillo Aquarium Camp Lets Youths Dive into Marine Life Lessons

During the Cabrillo High School Aquarium Camp, students tell Naomi Ledesma what they learned about the tank housing marine life commonly found in the ocean off the Central Coast. The Cabrillo High School Aquarium hosted a summer camp for 45 youths, with high schoolers serving as counselors.

Community Bancorp of Santa Maria Announces Dividend

Community Bancorp of Santa Maria announced its Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend of 10 cents per share. The dividend will be paid on July 19 to shareholders of record as of July 12. The dividend was approved subsequent to the board's review of the company's financial performance and capital strength after the May 18 closing of a transaction in which the bank sold its Lompoc Branch to Bank of the Sierra.

Allan Hancock College Board Plans Special Meeting For Second Bond Vote

Voters will have to wait a few more days to see if there will be a bond measure in the November election after the Allan Hancock College Board of Trustees failed to garner enough votes Tuesday night to approve the ballot item. The board voted 3-1 Tuesday to put the bond measure on the November ballot, with Dan Hilker voting against the proposal.

Is it fire season on the Central Coast?

Fire activity is again picking up on the Central Coast, with there being four blazes in a span of less than 24 hours early this week. [Cal Coast Times] On Monday afternoon, Lompoc firefighters rescued two dogs that were caught in a house fire.

Ron Fink: Helping Homeless Requires Multifaceted Approach

A couple of weeks ago, I criticized a proposed plan to help the homeless in Lompoc. One reader challenged me to come up with a solution, so I'll expand on my previous commentary.

Oxnard Finance Czar Hired as New Lompoc City Manager

A man who who oversaw financial matters for cities in Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties has been hired as Lompoc's new city manager. Jim Throop, who serves as chief financial officer for the city of Oxnard, was hired by the Lompoc City Council after a recruitment effort that involved a community survey.

Firefighter Bitten as 2 Dogs Rescued from Burning Home in Lompoc

Two dogs were rescued from a burning home in Lompoc on Monday, although one firefighter received a minor injury due to a dog bite, according to the Lompoc Fire Department. At approximately 3:45 p.m., personnel from the Lompoc , Santa Barbara County and Vandenberg Air Force Base fire departments responded to 1105 N. Jasmine St., said fire Battalion Chief Brian Federmann.

Pedestrian Critically Injured When Struck by Vehicle in Lompoc

A pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle on Sunday was transported to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in critical condition, according to the Lompoc Fire Department. Just before 11 a.m., personnel from the Lompoc Fire and Police departments along with an American Medical Response ambulance crew responded to the scene on Ocean Avenue at L Street, said fire Battalion Chief Brian Federmann.

Lompoc, Cabrillo High Schools Celebrate Graduation

Victor Manuel Santiago-Corro, Lompoc High School senior class president, delivers the welcome speech during the graduation ceremony Thursday afternoon. Victor Manuel Santiago-Corro, Lompoc High School senior class president, delivers the welcome speech during the graduation ceremony Thursday afternoon.

AIDS/LifeCycle Riders Wear Red for Trek Through Santa Barbara County

Decked out in colorful and creative red garb, hundreds of AIDS/LifeCycle riders arrived in Lompoc on Thursday, the second of three days in Santa Barbara County. The participants making the 7-day, 545-journey on bicycles from San Francisco to Los Angeles rolled into north Santa Maria on Wednesday.

Another Person Charged with Murder for Fatal Lompoc Shooting from 2010

The murder charge and special allegations including personal use of a firearm, infliction of great bodily injury and that the crime was committed in association with and to benefit a criminal street gang, were filed in Santa Maria Juvenile Court. Because of the victim's age at the time of the shooting, the case was filed in juvenile court and the defendant's name has not been released.

Spirit, Junior Spirit of Fiesta Hail From Santa Ynez Valley

North County area residents can celebrate with this year's Spirit and Junior Spirit of Fiesta, who both live in the Santa Ynez Valley, when they dance in a free performance at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 8, at Santa Ynez Valley Presbyterian Church. Spirit of Fiesta Jesalyn McCollum, 17, of Solvang, and Junior Spirit Georgey Taupin, 10, of Santa Ynez, were chosen April 15 after auditions at La Cumbre Junior High School in Santa Barbara.

Lend a Hand in Lompoc Beautification Project

The city of Lompoc Beautification and Appearance Commission invites the community to come get their hands dirty and participate in a work project to improve the city starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 16. The commission asks the community to "be the difference you want to see in our community" and join the project to enhance the farmer's market parking lot on West Ocean Avenue between I and J streets, including spreading mulch and compost. Participants are asked to meet in the parking lot at 8 a.m. Lunch will be provided.

Lompoc Library Begins New Chapter in Summer Reading Program

Reading is fun year-round, but especially during summer in Lompoc when the Lompoc Public Library opens its annual Summer Reading Program which runs Friday, June 8, through Aug. 3. Reading enthusiasts of any age are invited to read with the library all summer, and attend a variety of fun and educational programs. The Summer Reading Program theme this year is Reading Takes You Everywhere.

Crews Battle Structure Fire at Restaurant in Mission Hills Near Lompoc

Firefighters responded Friday afternoon to a blaze at a restaurant in the Mission Hills area near Lompoc. The flames were confined to the exterior of the building.

Federal Trial Delayed for Former Airman Charged in Double-Fatal Crash Near Lompoc

The federal criminal trial for a former airman charged with causing a crash that killed a Lompoc couple in 2016 while driving under the influence of alcohol and marijuana has been delayed again. Defense attorneys for Shaquille Lindsey, then 23, of Covington, Georgia, sought the seven-week delay for the trial that had been set to begin June 19 in Los Angeles.

Seeking Sweet Peas, and Lots of 'Em, in Lompoc

June is a joyful, sweet-pea-tastic time for many of the bursting buds seen around Lompoc and its environs. But other flowers beyond the pretty sweet pea do bloom.

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