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Palmdale, California, was the first city located in the Antelope Valley. While many communities are located there, it was the first to actually incorporate and later become a charter city. It is the 33rd most populous city in the state. Plus, it is actually only home to a little over 115,000 people. That’s fairly small for a city in California!
The climate of Palmdale is hot and dry in the summer and cool in the winter. Record highs of over 110 degrees have been recorded, while the lows have dropped as low as four degrees. In fact, one year saw single digits in the winter and triple digits in the summer.
If you’re moving to Palmdale, you may find employment with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, or the local school district. There are also a number of LGBT bars, clubs, and other businesses in the city. You’ll find these businesses spread across Palmdale. Like many parts of California, it doesn’t really have a gay neighborhood—everyone is welcome everywhere.
Condos in Palmdale start at around $135,000 and hit as high as $539,000. For single-family homes, prices can range from $160,000 to $1.5 million.