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Cypress is a located in Orange County’s northern section. In the 2010 census, the population of Cypress was estimated at more than 47,802.
The headquarters of several notable corporations are located in Cypress, including Real Mex Restaurants and Vans. The North American Division of Mitsubishi Motors also holds offices in Cypress.
One of the most famous attractions in Cypress is The Los Alamitos Race Course. Interestingly enough, the course–which attracts thousands of visitors along with local residents–is named after Los Alamitos, which is a neighboring city of Cypress.
Cypress was first known for its many artesian wells, which gave the city the name “Waterville”. By the 1950s however, the dairy industry in Cypress had developed to such a degree that a name change to Dairy City was warranted when the city was incorporated in 1956. This move also reflected the prevailing focus on protecting the interests of dairy farmers against the influx of new developers. Nevertheless, the 1960s saw the gradual decline of the dairy industry, and by the early 1970s, there were virtually no dairy farmers in the area.
The name of the city was changed from Dairy City to its present Cypress in 1957. Every year beginning in 1981, residents celebrate the Cypress Community Festival, which is one of the largest festivals in Orange County.