About Lancaster, CA From the Web…
“Some historians state that the name ”Lancaster” was bestowed upon the town by Mr. M.L. Wicks, a real estate developer who purchased six sections of land from the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1884 at a price of about $2.50 an acre. Prior to that date, in 1882, Mr. Wicks has started a Scottish settlement of about 150 persons in the Valley, presumably the town was a more permanent home for those people. The story goes on to say that he named the new city for his former home, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.”
“Lancaster is a charter city in northern Los Angeles County, in the high desert, near the Kern County line. Lancaster currently ranks as the 30th largest city in California, and the 148th largest city in the United States. Lancaster is the principal city within the Antelope Valley.”
We serve the following cities:
Lancaster, Quartz Hill, Palmdale, California City, Santa Clarita, San Fernando, La Canada Flintridge, Tehachapi, Altadena, Burbank, Sierra Madre, Pasadena, Monrovia, Glendale, Arcadia, and Duarte.
We serve the following counties:
Los Angeles, Ventura, Kern, San Bernardino, and Orange.