About National City, CA From the Web…
“Often characterized by its rich historic past, National City is in fact the second oldest city in San Diego County. Incorporated on September 17, 1887, National City was originally part of the 26,000-acre El Rancho de la Nacion, which was purchased in 1868 by Frank Kimball and his brothers Warren and Levi. The Kimballs cleared lands, built roads, constructed the City’s first wharf and brought the railroad to the City.”
“National City, San Diego County’s second oldest city, is truly “in the center of it all:” a thriving bi-national region of 5 million consumers. The City’s competitive edge is its central location, transportation network, and business industry. National City is 10 minutes from everywhere and positioned for prosperity, with proximity to the San Diego Bay, US-Mexico border, downtown San Diego, international airport, rail, San Diego State University, and other colleges and universities.”
We serve the following cities:
National City, Chula Vista, San Diego, Bonita, Coronado, Lemon Grove, La Presa, Imperial Beach, Spring Valley, La Mesa, Rancho San Diego, El Cajon, Bostonia, Santee, and Lakeside, and Tijuana in Mexico.
We serve the following counties:
San Diego, Orange, Riverside, and Imperial.