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  2. Santa Clara County, California - Wikipedia,_California

    Santa Clara County, officially the County of Santa Clara, is the sixth-most populous county in the U.S. state of California, with a population of 1,936,259, as of the 2020 census.[4] Santa Clara County and neighboring San Benito Countytogether form the U.S. Census Bureau's San Jose–Sunnyvale–Santa Clara metropolitan statistical area, which ...

  3. Home | Santa Clara County

    Women Lead at the County of Santa Clara. Sixty-five percent of County employees identify as women, while 54% of the County’s executive leaders are female. Behind those statistics is a firm belief that gender diversity, and diversity of all kinds, improves County policies and programs and enriches the workplace. Press Release.

  4. About the County | Santa Clara County

    The County of Santa Clara, as one part of the local government structure in the region, is dedicated to supporting the needs of its residents. The County government is responsible for a wide range of services, acting as both an agent of the State of California and as a local government entity.

  5. Santa Clara County's Clerk-Recorder’s Official Records search from 1981 to present can be performed here. Our Mission Secure, preserve, and make accessible, the county's vital, business, and official records through maximized use of technology; while working together in the pursuit of excellence in customer service.

  6. Government | Santa Clara County

    Government. The County of Santa Clara provides essential services that people need on a daily basis to work and live in Silicon Valley. Whether residents need a marriage license, access to children’s health services or want to know about local recreational facilities, the County of Santa Clara delivers the services and information they need.

  7. History of Santa Clara County, California - Wikipedia

    Santa Clara (1939 population 6,303), Mountain View (1939 population 3,308) and other Santa Clara County cities also grew to many times their 1939 population size. However, vestiges of the old orchards remained, throughout the county, and as late as 1970 San Jose was still classified as partly rural by the United States Census , although the ...

  8. Santa Clara, California - Wikipedia,_California

    santaclaraca .gov. Santa Clara ( / ˌsæntəˈklærə /; Spanish for "Saint Clare") [8] is a city in the county of the same name. The city's population was 127,647 at the 2020 census, making it the eighth-most populous city in the Bay Area.

  9. Residents | Santa Clara County

    The County of Santa Clara is located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay and encompasses 1,312 square miles. The fertile Santa Clara Valley runs the entire length of the county from north to south, ringed by the rolling hills of the Diablo Range on the east and the Santa Cruz Mountains on the west. Salt marshes and wetlands lie in the ...

  10. U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Santa Clara County, California

    QuickFacts Santa Clara County, California Table (a) Includes persons reporting only one race (b) Hispanics may be of any race, so also are included in applicable race categories (c) Economic Census - Puerto Rico data are not comparable to U.S. Economic Census data D Suppressed to avoid disclosure of confidential information F Fewer than 25 firms

  11. Santa Clara County - California State Association of Counties

    SANTA CLARA. County seat, San Jose. Created February 18, 1850. The county is named after Mission Santa Clara, which was established in 1777, and named for Saint Clara of Assisi, Italy. The name Clara means “clear” or “bright.”. Print-friendly. POPULATION: 1,961,969 INCORPORATION DATE: 1850 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: District 1 - Mike ...