Vacaville is a city that is located in Solano County in northern California. Vacaville was named after the man that William McDaniel purchased the land that is now Vacaville from, Manuel Vaca.
According to the 2000 Census there were 88,625 people and 28,105 households living in Vacaville. The city’s population density was 1,263.6 people per square mile.
Vacaville is racially made up of 72.1% White, 10% African American, .9% Native American, 4.1% Asian, and 17.8% Hispanic residents. Out of Vacaville’s 28,105 households 41.4% had children under the age of 18 years of age living at home and 57% were married couples living together. In the 10 years following the 2000 Census the city’s population grew by nearly 4,000 residents and went from having 88,625 residents to 92,428 residents according to the 2010 Census.
Vacaville’s top employers in reference to amount of employees are California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Vacaville Unified School District, Genentech, City of Vacaville, Alza, State Compensation Insurance Fund, Kaiser Permanente, Vaca Valley Hospital, M&G Dura Vent, and Travis Credit Union, all with over 300 employees. The businesses and several others can be found in the Vacaville Yellow Pages or in the Vacaville Business Directory.
Vacaville has a typical California climate with warm to hot, dry summer and cold winters. In the summer Vacaville is normally in the 80s or 90s during the day and at night the temperature will drop into the 50s. In the winter the city is generally in the 40s or 50s during the day and at night the temperature will drop into the 40s or 30s. The hottest month of the year in Vacaville is July and the coldest month is December. On average Vacaville receives an average of 24.5 inches of precipitation annually and the majority of it falls from November through March.
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