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San Marino, California
Welcome to San Marino!
History of San MarinoSan Marino, originally the private estate of railroad magnate Henry E. Huntington, was incorporated in April 1913. The city of San Marino is approximately 3.75 square miles, and is located adjacent to Pasadena. It is home to the world famous Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens. This prestigious community is known for it's excellent school system. San Marino has a comfortable Southern California town feeling, with local shopping and things to do.
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entrance to San Marino city hall
San Marino Public SchoolsThe first San Marino school opened in 1917. The city of San Marino is proud of it's award-winning school district.
San Marino Unified School District
San Marino Schools Foundation
Congratulations to Huntington Middle School and San Marino High - named to the list of 2009 California Distinguished Middle and High Schools.
San Marino Community InformationSan Marino Chamber of Commerce - 2304 Huntington Drive, Suite 202, San Marino, Telephone: (626) 286-1022
Crowell Public Library, City of San Marino, 1890 Huntington Drive, San Marino,
Telephone: (626) 300-0777
South Pasadena San Marino YMCA - 1605 Garfield Avenue, South Pasadena,
Telephone: (626) 799-9119
Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens - 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, Telephone: (626) 405-2100
The Edwin Hubble House - 1340 Woodstock Road, San Marino. Home of one of America's greatest 20th century astronomers. National Historic Landmark designated December 8, 1976.
Lacy Park - 1485 Virginia Road, San Marino. A beautiful park encompassing 30 acres with picnic areas, walking paths, rose arbor and lovely gardens.
San Marino Tennis Foundation (at Lacy Park) - 1196 St. Albans Road, San Marino, Telephone: (626) 793-1622. Six championship tennis courts and pro shop located at Lacy Park.
The Old Mill - "El Molino Viejo" - California State Historical Landmark, 1120 Old Mill Road, San Marino, Telephone: (626) 449-5458. Dating to 1816 and used as a grist mill for Mission San Gabriel, it is the oldest commercial building in Southern California. Tours are available.
San Marino Historical Society - located at The Thurnher House in Lacy Park.
The San Marino Tribune - the local newspaper since 1929.
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