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    Imperial County Corrections Division
    Address: 328 Applestill Road, El Centro, CA 92243 (442) 265-2220

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Imperial County

The Imperial County Board of Supervisors, a five-member body chosen by districts, is in charge of running the county. The periods of supervisors are four years. The Assessor, Auditor-Controller, District Attorney, County Clerk-Recorder, Public Administrator, Sheriff-Coroner, and Treasurer-Tax Collector are some of the other elected county authorities. The County Executive Officer, who is Robin Hodgkin at the moment, is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the county. The County Counsel, who is now Katherine K. Turner, advises the county on legal problems.

One of the first Europeans to travel to the Imperial Valley region was the Spanish adventurer Melchor Daz in 1540. In 1776, Juan Bautista de Anza conducted his own exploration of the region. After the Mexican-American War, the U.S. seized the northern half of the valley in 1848, but the southern portion remained under Mexican control. Early in the 19th century, small-scale settlement had taken place near natural aquifers (where Mexicali is now), but the majority of long-term habitation (by Americans on the American side and by Mexicans on the Mexican side) happened around 1900.

Imperial County is situated in the Imperial Valley, in the extreme southeast of California. It shares borders with the counties of San Diego to the west, Riverside to the north, Arizona to the east, and Baja California to the south. The Southern California border region, the smallest but most economically varied region in the state, contains the El Centro Metropolitan Statistical Area. The economy of this region is mostly reliant on agriculture despite the fact that it is a desert with high temperatures and low average annual rainfall of 3 inches. Irrigation, using water entirely from the Colorado River via the All-American Canal, supports this.

Cities of Imperial

There are 15 Towns and Cities located in Imperial County, California, United States: Bard Brawley Calexico Calipatria El Centro Heber Holtville Imperial Niland Ocotillo Palo Verde Salton City Seeley Westmorland Winterhaven

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 4,482 square miles, of which 4,177 square miles is land and 305 square miles (6.8%) is water.