Shippee Lane in Morada is Probably Most Familiar to All of Us
L U. Shippee, a past President of the Bank of Stockton, had large
farming interests and gave his name to a parcel of land still known as "Shippee Tract."
Shippee was responsible for bringing the first State Fair of California to Stockton. His name
lives on in the community for many achievements; however, Shippee Lane in Morada is
probably most familiar to all of us.
Morada is off-the-beaten-path and offers both upscale living with a county twist. the majority
of Morada's lots are half-acre or larger. Morada offers "upscale homes" in the $600,000
to $2,500,000 range.
Area: The land area in Morada is 7.805 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance to the
California state capital is 34 miles. (as the crow flies) Morada is
38.03 degrees north of the equator and 121.24 degrees west of the
prime meridian. .
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Morada is served by Stockton Metropolitan Airport, located on county land just south of
the Stockton city limits. The airport has been designated a Foreign Trade Zone and is mainly used by manufacturing and agricultural companies for shipping purposes. Since airline deregulation, passenger service has come and gone several times. Most recently, domestic service resumed in June 2006 with service to
Las Vegas by Allegiant Air, and the days of service/number of flights were expanded a few months later due to demand. Also in 2006,. Ground transportation is available from Hertz, Enterprise, Yellow Cab and Aurora Limousine. Air service to
Phoenix began in September 2007.
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Morada weather is temperate, with
warm dry days and cool nights in the summer. Winter is usually mild with
rare freezing temperatures. Some light rain falls during the winter months.
Morada average annual rainfall is 13.95 inches per year with an average annual precipitation is 13.95 inches per year.
The average temperature is 63 degrees F. Typical winter temperature average 45.2 degrees F.
Spring temperature averages are 59.0 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 78.0 degrees F while the average fall temperature is 64.6 degrees F.
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Fire Department: Waterloo Morada Fire District
California State Highway 99, Eight Mile Road, Ashley Lane, Morada Lane
Hotels, Motels, Inns:
Stockton offers a large selection of accommodations.
With more than 2,000 hotel and motel rooms in the area, you are bound to find
what you are looking for. Whether it is for business or pleasure, there is truly
something for every taste and pocket book. Search for lodging in
Stockton and other San Joaquin County communities
Map: Morada Map
Neighborhoods: Arbour Estates, Ashley Tract, Blackoak Estates, Capewood Estates, Gayla Manor, Greenwood Estates, Heather Moor Estates, Morada Estates, Morada Manor, Morada Ranchos, Oakview Terrace, Oakwilde, Shaded Terrace, Rancho Cinco Palomas, Roberta Estates, Shippee Estates, Shippee Home Ranch, Wilkinson Manor
Population: Morada on the east side of Highway 99 is approximately 4,000 people, with 1,400 housing units.
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Public Utilities: Switch Utilities
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Rivers/Creeks: Mosher Creek
Schools: Lodi Unified Schools: Morada Eastview Middle School, Davis School
In Stockton There are literally hundreds of retail facilities, several large
grocery stores, shopping malls, home and garden centers, hotels, and wonderful
restaurants to browse through or eat at. There's something here for everyone...
Stockton has two malls and a regional shopping center offering Kohls, Dillard's, Macy's, Sears, Gottschalks, and JC Penney Department Stores. There is also a host of specialty shops like Best Buy, Toys-R-Us, The Gap, Dress Barn, Petsmart, Bath and Body Works, Lane Bryant, Bed Bath & Beyond, Foot Locker, Hallmark, Disney Store, Barnes & Nobles, Old Navy, Pier One, Babies R Us, Borders, Party City, Famous Footwear, Hot Topic, Linens-n-Things, TJ Maxx, Victoria's Secret, The Limited, American Eagle, Talbot's, and much more!
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Transportation: Stockton Transportation
is serviced by five regional bus lines and one major bus line. There are six taxi cab companies, five limousine service companies. three interstate highways, six California State highways, four passenger train systems and of course the Port of Stockton with a Deep
Channel all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Walkability is a measure of how friendly an area is to walking.
Morada Walkability has many health, environmental, and economic benefits. However,
evaluating walkability is challenging because it requires the consideration of many subjective factors. Factors influencing walkability include the presence or absence and quality of sidewalks or other pedestrian right-of-ways, traffic and road conditions, land use patterns, building accessibility, destinations, schools, parks, and safety, among others. Walkability is an important concept
in sustainable urban design
San Joaquin County Farm land
Zip Code: 95212
As a result of the population increase, Stockton found itself squarely at the center of the United States' speculative housing bubble in the 2000s. Real estate in Stockton more than tripled in value between 1998 and 2005, but when the bubble burst in 2007, the ensuing financial crisis arguably hit Stockton harder than any other city in America.
Stockton housing prices fell 39% in the 2008 fiscal year, and the city had the country's highest foreclosure rate (9.5%) as well.
Stockton was disproportionately affected by the collapse of the
sub-prime lending market in 2007, and led the United States in
foreclosures for that year, with one out of every thirty homes posted for foreclosure
You will find that Morada has weathered the real estate crisis quite well,
therefore bank forclosures are not all that common in Morada
Obtain Morada home values with access to Morada real estate listings, including the Morada
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Morada, other Stockton neighborhoods, or any other San Joaquin Community.
San Joaquin County
San Joaquin County boasts eleven cities and some of the finest opportunities in the state for boating, fishing, camping, history-gathering, or just plain fun in the sun. The county is one of the most agriculturally rich regions in California and is the number one producer, statewide, of asparagus. Twenty-four thousand acres of county farmland is dedicated to production of this crop
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