About Clovis, California

Clovis is a city in Fresno County, California, located in the northeast quadrant of the Fresno-Clovis Metropolitan Area. It was founded in 1891 and incorporated in 1912. Clovis is known for its rich western heritage and is situated in the midst of the agriculturally rich San Joaquin Valley. The city’s population has more than doubled since 1985, reaching close to 130,204 in 2024. Clovis is called the “Gateway to the Sierra” because it is close to the Sierra Nevada mountain range between the Central Valley of California and the Great Basin. The city got its name from Clovis Cole, one of the two farmers who sold a portion of his land for a right-of-way to the San Joaquin Valley Railroad. The city has a small town community spirit and is a great place to live, with a mild climate, excellent schools, quality hospital care, varied recreational opportunities, and a strong community identity. Clovis has maintained its unique western charm while promoting planned growth.

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1. Clovis is renowned for its exceptional education system and award-winning schools, with many schools consistently ranking among the top in the state.
2. Clovis has a rich western heritage, with some of the first permanent settlers being gold rush miners of 1849, and several prominent families of that day currently have descendants still living in Clovis to this day.
3. The historic center of Clovis has been reborn as “Old Town Clovis,” with restored buildings and new buildings designed with facades that resemble those found in the past.

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