Madera California Music
Elected officials and community leaders will be honored at the new award ceremony - the Citizens Award - on Saturday, May 6, 2017, at the Martin Morgan Amphitheater. The MartinMorgan Amphitory is located in the heart of downtown Madera, just a few blocks from downtown.
The Chowchilla - Madera County Fair has hosted the Chow Chilla Junior Fair since its inception in 1946. It also hosts the American Association of State, County and Municipal Employees' Associations of California (AASCA) and the California State Fair.
For more information about what types of music and movies we have in stock, visit our Purchase page or visit our selection of world purchases. Our collection is too large and we cannot list and sell all our holdings, as it changes greatly from day to day. For a complete list of our inventory, please visit the "Purchase" page.
If you have an unwanted CD or DVD lying around collecting dust, please visit our "Sell" page and call us and fill in the "Sell Video Games" questionnaire today. We pay for all the titles that are used sparingly, so please fill in the form and call us today at (888) 762-5555!
We have more information about parking on our website, including parking rates, operating hours and a list of parking options for each of our locations.
Madera County is largely covered by the State Center Community College District, which revolves around Fresno City College in Fresno. The only road into the area is Minaret Summit Road, which becomes state road 203 to connect the area with Mammoth Lakes. Hensley Lake is located in the center of Madera County and stretches over the Sierra Nevada to about 2,000 feet above sea level. On the border between Madero County and Mariposa County are the snow-covered Sierras, and the only roads into and out of these areas are Minarets Summit Road (which later became State Route 203, connecting the areas with the Mammoth Lakes) and Highway 101. Some roads in and around Yosemite National Park and Yosemite Valley, including those in Maderas County to the north and south, are not connected to the rest of the roads.
The Supervisory Board and the employees of the county council provide public safety services such as police, fire brigade and emergency medical services for the entire district. The sheriff provides police patrols and detective services in the unincorporated areas of the county, which include the cities of Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, El Dorado, Humboldt, San Joaquin, Sonoma, Mendocino, Solano, Yuba, Santa Cruz, Tulare, Tehachapi, Tuolumne, Shasta and Yolo. Sheriff's employees provide law enforcement services to the City of San Jose, the City of Maderas County and Yosemite County.
Other municipalities in Madera County include the cities of El Dorado, Mariposa, Humboldt, Fresno, Maderas, Tuolumne, Tulare, Tehachapi, Shasta, and Yolo, as well as the unincorporated areas of San Jose. There is no municipal police department in Madeira County, but there are two sheriff substations in the county, one in Fresno and the other in El Domingo, each covering about 1,500 square miles. Madero, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes the city of Fresno with a population of 2.5 million people, consists of all or parts of three counties: Madara, San Joaquin, and Yosemite.
There are 36,155 households and 123,109 persons in the county are organized, of which 60.9% are married couples, 40.2% have children under 18 years of age living with them, 12.4% live in single-family houses, 20.8% in two-person households and 20% to 9% in non-families. The population is spread across a wide age range, with 11.0% aged 65 or older. 16.1% of the population aged 18 and over live with their parents, 10.5% of them are unmarried and their children live in a family of two or more persons, 4.3% with a single parent, 2.6% without a spouse, 1.7% married, 3% single, 0.05% unmarried without a spouse and 12% have a housekeeper and a husband.
The county's ethnic makeup is 62.2% white, 32.1% black, 3.5% brown, 2.3% Latino, 1.7% Asian, 0.4% Indian and 1% Hispanic.
Median income per household in the county is $36,286, and median income per family is $39,226. The total population below the poverty line lives on a median household income of $25,932, or $14,842 a year. There are 40,387 residential units in the Madera district, of which a total of 1,076,000 units are for sale.
In terms of the California State Assembly, the district is under the control of the 5th Assembly District, represented by Republican Frank Bigelow. The Wilderness Act of 1964 did not allow the area southwest of the minaret summit to leave the corridor as a possibility.
The district is one of three California counties that have their own corrections department. The California Constitution requires the Madera County government to have three county commissioners, elected for four years each, staggered by term. Other elected officials include the county clerk, sheriff and district attorney, and the school inspector. In a special election on May 16, 1893, Fresno County was formed into MadERA County.