About Fountain Valley
The Fountain Valley Anaheim California area is a classic middle class residential area. This community started as a mainly agricultural area, but has become more industrialized in recent years. It is still a large producer of strawberries and other small crops. Since this is mainly a residential area it is very common to have to commute to other cities for work. However, in recent years Fountain valley has seen an increase in commercial jobs and a decrease in commuting of its residents. The main location for the commercial growth has been along the Santa Anna River. It is commonly referred to as the "Southpark" district. When in the Fountain Valley Anaheim California area make a point to visit the Mile Square Regional Park. It is a 640 acre park with an 18 hole golf course, picnic areas, and a 20 acre urban nature area. The most recent addition to the park is the city-administered sports field which was completed in 2009. There are also two major medical facilities in Fountain valley. The Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and the Orange Coast Memorial Hospital each with over 230 beds. With 18 churches, 1 synagogue and a mosque there are many choices for religious services in Fountain valley.