Kalifornien also has a meteorological phenomena named "June Gloom or May Gray", which sometimes bring cloudy or misty sky in the mornings at the seaside, followed by bright sky until midday in late early springs and early summers. Torrance had a total of 145,438 inhabitants according to the 2010 United States Census.
Torrance's race composition was 74,333 (51. 1%) white, 50,240 (34. 5%) Asiatic, 3,955 (2. 7%) Afro-American, 554 (0. 4%) Aboriginal, 530 (0. 4%) Pacific Islanders, 7,808 (5. 4%) of other breeds and 8,018 (5. 5%) of two or more breeds. At the time of the census in 2000, 137,946 persons, 54,542 homes and 36,270 homes were living in the town.
Breed composition of the town was 59. There were 23 people in the town. In 2008, the average revenue for a single house in the municipality was $79,312, and the average revenue for a single home was $98,473. Per capita incomes in the town were $39,118. The US head office of the American Honda Motor Company is located in Torrance.
Helicopters are developed and manufactured in Torrance, as are Honeywell's Garrett turboloaders, which are used in automotive engine applications around the world. Founded in Torrance, Alcoa Fastening Systems (now known as Arconic) manufactures connectors for the aviation and space industries. Pelican Products, Pacific Sales and Rapiscan Systems are just a few of the other businesses located in Torrance. The Torrance Report 2012 states that Major English Enterprises in the city are the top 10 employer in the country (and the number of employees):
In Torrance is also the home of the King's Dawaiian home factory, the dominating Nawaiian loaf mark in North America. 40 ] Younger Optics, Torrance's tenth-largest employers, is said to have created the first ever smooth or "invisible" bi-focal, a predecessor of all varifocals. Mitsuwa Marketplace and Nijiya Market are headquartered in Torrance, and the Torrance Arts Center organizes annual culture activities.
The Torrance Arts Foundation (TOCA), in collaboration with the city of Torrance, offers a variety of culture, education and fun activities. Further productions are offered by the Torrance Performing Arts Consortium, which includes The Aerospace Players, Torrance Art Museum, Los Cancioneros Master Chorale, South Bay Ballet, South Bay Conservatory and The Torrance Symphony.
Torrance's emblems are listed in the National Register of Historic Places: in Torrance at sundown. Torrance City Parks Department manages and cares for the thirty Torrance City Parks. Torrance Farmers Market is also hosted by Wilson Park. The SCLS was one of the first California living music venues founded in 1946 with founding members such as Walt Disney, Olie Johnston and Ward Kimball, all of whom were Disney-famous.
In 1986 the Lomita Railway Museum in Torrance was abandoned and the Lomita Railway Museum relocated to Torrance. The Torrance beach park and the Torrance Pacific coast shore known as the "RAT Beach". US Post runs the Torrance Post Office at 2510 Monterey Street, the Marcelina Post Office at 1433 Marcelina Avenue, the Walteria Post Office at 4216 Pacific Coast Highway, the North Torrance Post Office at 18080 Crenshaw Boulevard, and the Del Amo Post Office at 291 Del Amo Fashion Square.
The Torrance Metropolitan Torrance Service provides round-the-clock nationwide cover for the city's metropolitan area. There is a central railway in the Civic Centre near the Town Hall. The building accommodates the administration office, the town prison and the control centre for security. The Torrance emergency call centre is based at the Torrance Metropolitan Area and is in charge of all emergency phone numbers from Torrance.
Services of merchant carriers are available within 15 min at Los Angeles International Airport and Long Beach Airport. The Torrance Union School District (TUSD) was founded in 1947 and standardized in 1948. Torrance, bounded to the southern side by the Palos Verdes peninsula, Redondo Beach and Gardena to the northern side, Los Angeles (Harbor Gateway) to the eastern side and the Pacific Ocean to the western side.
Torrance Unified Gymnasium five grammar colleges are District: of the Torrance Unified school District: of the Torrance Unified school District are: It is a subscriber feeders county of the California Academy of Mathematics and Sciences or CAMS, a mathematical-scientific magnetic high school administered by the Long Beach Unified School District.
There are also three privately owned high school schools in Torrance: There are eight privately owned primary and secondary education establishments in Torrance: A 70,000-circulation paper, The Breeze appears in Torrance. Press group Herald Publications, launched the Torrance Tribune, a municipal paper that was launched in November 2010, it has a circulation of 15,000 papers to single-family houses and companies in the city of Torrance, only Torrance Group.
The Torrance Citycable shown on KNET 25. The programme covers current events, sport, entertainment, information, matters of general interest and municipal government sittings. In 1973, Torrance developed a partnership with Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan, as part of the programme entitled Master cities international. Torrance's residents have since participated in regular exchanges with Kashiwa under the leadership of the Torrance Science Association, which promotes a Japan culture fest, an annual pupil exchanges programme and contacts between civil servants from both towns.
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