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  • Location of Chowchilla, California

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    Chowchilla is also known as: Madera County / Chowchilla city.

    Their current mayor is Mayor John Chavez, who took office October 23rd, 2014.

    Chowchilla contains: Chowchilla Sports and Leisure Park, Central California Women's Facility, and Valley State Prison.

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    Merced | Madera | Firebaugh | Dos Palos | Atwater | Winton | Kerman | Mariposa | Fresno | Los Banos | Clovis
  • Ronald D. Moore (screenwriter and  television producer) was born in Chowchilla.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Ronald D. Moore (screenwriter and television producer).

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  • Chowchilla Civic Center

    History

    Chowchilla is located 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Madera, at an elevation of 240 feet (73 m). The city is the location of two California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation women's facilities, the Central California Women's Facility and Valley State Prison for Women. The name "Chowchilla" is derived from the indigenous American tribe of Chauchila (the spelling is inconsistent in reference guides) Yokut Indians which once lived in the area. The name itself evidently translates as "Murderers" and is apparently a reference to the warlike nature of the Chauchila tribe. The Chauchila Indians were inadvertently responsible for the first white men "discovering" Yosemite Valley, which occurred when they were being pursued by a band of whites. References to the tribe still abound in Chowchilla, and the town's high school still retains the moniker of "Redskins" as their local mascot. The first post office at Chowchilla opened in 1912. Chowchilla incorporated...

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Chowchilla Cemetery
23359 Road 14 1/2 Send flowers
Chowchilla, CA 93610


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Worden Funeral Chapel
140 S 6th St Send flowers
Chowchilla, CA 93610