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Below is some general information about Azusa:
Azusa is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. The A on the San Gabriel Mountains is the city of Azusas pride and can be seen within a 30 mile radius. The population was 46,361 at the 2010 census, up from 44,712 at the 2000 census. Azusa is one of the pass through cities for the historical Route 66 on Foothill Blvd and Alosta Ave. Though sometimes assumed to be a compaction of the phrase everything from A to Z in the USA from an old Jack Benny joke, the place name Azusa traces back to at least the 18th century. Azusa originally referred to the San Gabriel Valley and river, and likely derives from the Tongva place name Asuksagna.
The city is located at the entrance to the San Gabriel Canyon hence the citys nickname, The Canyon City and on the east side of the San Gabriel River. Azusas main arterial roads are: Azusa Avenue Highway 39, which starts in the Angeles National Forest and travels down south past the Foothill Freeway I-210 and I-10 all the way through Orange County, Foothill Boulevard Route 66, which starts in Azusa/Irwindale and turns into Alosta Ave and travels in front of Azusa Pacific University, and San Gabriel Avenue which starts at Sierra Madre Ave and travels south and connects into Azusa Ave. San Gabriel Ave is used for the annual Azusa Golden Days Parade.
Azusa is home to Azusa Pacific University, a private Christian university and Dhammakaya Open University, a private Buddhist university. Azusa is home to St. Frances of Rome Elementary School, serving grades k-8, which is part of St. Frances of Rome Catholic Church, under the Los Angeles Archdiocese.
In the California State Legislature, Azusa is located in the 24th Senate District, represented by Democrat Gloria Romero, and in the 57th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Edward P. Hernandez. Federally, Azusa is located in Californias 32nd congressional district, which has a Cook PVI of D +17 and is represented by Democrat Grace Napolitano. The city mayor is Joseph Romero Rocha.
The City of Azusa has its own Police Department, and maintained its own fire department until 1982. The city fire department merged with Los Angeles County Fire Department after a city election where the citizens approved an advisory measure to merge the fire department with the County in order to obtain paramedic and EMT services for the city. The LA County Consolidated Fire Department services Azusa from Fire Station 32 and Fire Station 97, with backup assistance from Fire Station 152, 153, and 154, Fire Station 29, Station 44, and Station 48. Fire Station 32, which was Azusas own fire station, houses 1 front line paramedic squad with an average of 12.29 calls per 24 hour shift, and 1 front line engine with an average of 7.05 calls per 24 hour shift. Fire Station 32 also houses a reserve engine, an urban search and rescue trailer, and MA-32.
Source: Azusa on Wikipedia