Gilroy looks so good. The pictures by themselves can make you want to become a nature person, even if you are not normally a person who likes to be outside. The picture of the mountains is so lovely. Gilroy is located in Santa Clara County in California. What do you think Gilroy is most known for? Its garlic crops and the yearly garlic festival. Ever had garlic ice cream? Want to try it? Then you need to go to Gilroy so that you can taste it. Gilroy was incorporated on March 12, 1879. Two government officials are Al Pinheiro, the mayor of Gilroy, and Tom Haglund, the City Administrator.The climate of Gilroy is very warm and inviting. The summer months average a temperature of ninety degrees. While in the winter the temperature usually averages about thirty four degrees. Even though the summer months are typically very dry months, the majority of the precipitation comes from the winter months, where Gilroy usually sees around 19 inches of some sort of precipitation. Snow falling is so rare that it usually occurs once every twenty years. In January, the temperature is often times around sixty degrees F.
That is pretty hot for that to be a month in winter. In most places, January is usually near thirty or forty degrees. This is a very dry city. Some of the other counties that are closer to the water on the coast of California are more likely to be cooler and they are usually getting much more of the precipitation.There are a few schools in Gilroy. Some of these include Gavilan College, Gilroy High School, Gilroy Early College Academy, Christopher High School, Mt. Madonna High School, South Valley Middle School, Brownell Middle School, Ascencion Solorsano Middle School, and others that include some of the elementary schools that are located in Gilroy.The mountains are just one of the things that make the city. The mall is crazy. Most females would love to spend a week in Gilroy just to go shopping in the famous shopping center. It would make most women crazy happy to the point that they would not want to go back to their hometown.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan