San Andreas can be referred to as one of the unincorporated and census-designated place located in Calaveras County, California, US. Like majority of towns within the region, this city was originally discovered at the time of California Gold Rush. It is situated on ‘State Route 49’. Moreover, San Andreas has been registered as ‘California Historical landmark #252’.
As per US Censor Bureau, the area on a whole is around 22.7 sq. Km, out of which 0.04 sq. Km consists of water.
San Andreas lies in the first Senate District, which is represented by ‘Republican Dave Cox. Moreover, it’s located in the twenty-fifth Assembly District, which is represented by Tom Berryhill, a Republican. From the Federal point of view, San Andreas is situated in third congressional district of California that has a ‘Cook PVI of ‘R+7’’. Dan Lungren, a Republican represents it.
As per census conducted in the year 2000, population was 2615.
It’s advisable to visit San Andreas during the summer season.
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