About Reedley, California
Reedley is a city in Fresno County, California, United States, located in the San Joaquin Valley, 22 miles (35 km) east-southeast of Fresno. The city was incorporated on February 18, 1913, and is named after Thomas Law Reed, a Civil War veteran who gave half of his holdings to the township in 1888. Reedley has a total area of 5.49 square miles, with 1.39% of it being water. The population of Reedley was 25,343 at the 20224 census. Reedley’s chief economic source is agriculture, particularly fruit and vegetable cultivation, and it has been dubbed “The World’s Fruit Basket. The city hosts several cultural festivals, including the Reedley Fiesta and the Electrical Farm Equipment Parade. It has more than eight parks and various recreational facilities. Nearby attractions include the Reedley Museum, various parks such as Camacho Park and Cricket Hollow Park, and the Kingsburg Historical Park. Reedley has over 326 businesses and is known for its agricultural industry and various local restaurants and cafes.