One of the original 27 counties created when California became a state in 1850, Yolo County is composed of four cities and several unincorporated areas. The county is located halfway between the Bay Area and the Sierras, offering residents convenient access to a world of cultural, entertainment, educational and recreational opportunities. Ideal for family living, Yolo County is renowned for its bike trails, greenbelts, and innovative neighborhoods.
The region's primary industry is agriculture-Yolo County is home to California's tomato industry, dominating 90-percent of the U.S. tomato market. Yolo County is also home to University of California at Davis, which has achieved worldwide fame for its education and research work.
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