Susanville, a city in California is a county seat of Lassen County in the United States. The city was a former mining and logging town and it is a place of the California Correctional Center and High Desert State Prison in California. The elevation of the city is about 4,258 feet above sea level. Susanville is regarded as the gateway city to Reno. The United States Census Bureau states that the total area of the city is about 5.9 square miles. The climate of the city is semiarid with cold, wet winters and warm dry summers. The temperature rises to 40.40 F and falls to 20.80 F during January. The night time temperatures during summer are usually very cool. The highest temperature recorded in the city was 1060 F and the lowest temperature was -230 F. The racial makeup of Susanville comprises of White, African American, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American and many more.
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