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About Dixon, CA
Dixon, California is located some 23 miles from the state capital, which is Sacramento. According to the census that was taken in 2010, the population of Dixon was 18,351 people, Other communities that are located close by include Davis, Winters, and Vacaville. Solano County is the home of Dixon.
The Dixon region was the first semi-permanent white pioneer settlement to be established during the middle 1800’s. At the same time, the community of Silveyville was established as being midway between the Pacific Ocean and the Sacramento gold fields using a route that was routinely used by miners. The Central Pacific railroad arrived in the region in 1868 and only missed arriving in Silveyville by a few miles. The result was that the local leaders elected to physically move Silveyville somewhat closer to the tracks so that they might enjoy the benefits of travel and commerce. The Dixon Methodist Church, which is located at 209 N. Jefferson Street, is one of the first buildings that remain standing in Dixon from the 1871 relocation.
Initially the name of the settlement was Dicksonville in honor of a man named Thomas Dickson who donated some ten acres of his property for the building of tracks, which were completed and the relocation of the settlement of Silveyville to what is currently known as of a railroad depot for Dixon. However, in 1872, when the first railroad shipment of products arrived from San Francisco, it was addresses mistakenly to Dixon. Up until then, the urban landscape of the community can be seen to have developed primarily in between Interstate-80 and the railroad tracks. Dixon is also the home of the only Distribution Center for the Gymboree Corporation, which services all customers and stores all over the world.
The mainline of the Union Pacific Railroad between Sacramento and Oakland also runs through Dixon. Until, 1996, when it merged with the Union Pacific Railroad, the railroad line was owned by Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1868, the California Pacific Railroad constructed the track.
Although the closest station stops are at Suisun/Fairfield and Davis, the Amtrak Capitol Corridor also runs through Dixon over the UP mainline. The Coast Starlight and the California Zephyr, both of which are also owned by Amtrak, also run through Dixon without stopping.
A railroad train station close to downtown Dixon was completed by the community of Dixon in 2006, although there are currently not any scheduled stops at this station. For the time being, the building has been converted to the Chamber of Commerce for Dixon.
The population of Dixon was 16,103 residents according to the census taken in 2000. By 2010, that number increased to 18351 residents.
Silveyville was the early name of Dixon. Some white pioneers named the region in honor of a man named Elijah Silvey. In 1868, a rich rancher named Thomas Dickson donated some ten acres of property close to the California Pacific Railroad line for the establishment of a location of a new settlement as well as train station after the California Pacific Railroad arrived in the region. Although the depot was initially named Dickson Station, the station was renamed Dixon, because the first goods arrived by the railroad had the address misspelled. The year 1878 brought the incorporation of Dixon as a city.
These days Dixon is the center for dairy as well as miles of grain alfalfa farming. Dixon also has a long history in the sheep industry and is currently the host of the yearly sheep festival, which is referred to as Lamb Town. Dixon also hosts the oldest state fair in California, which is known as the May Fair.
For visitors to Dixon, there are many different things to do. Dixon is full of lovely parks that make ideal places to hang out with family members and friends. The parks regularly organize a variety of programs for children as well as adults. Dixon also has several good cafes and restaurants that serve delicious continental and traditional delicacies. There are also several shopping arcades in Dixon.