To promote, inform and serve our markets through the successful implementation of programs.
Salinas Valley Fair
May 16 — 19, 2019
Home of the Monterey International Wine Competition
The Monterey County Agricultural and Rural Life Museum
at San Lorenzo Park.
The King City Pool
at the King City Recreation Department.
King City Golf Course
First established in 1953, The King City Golf Course is a 9 hole Public Golf Course.
Have a person in mind for Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year or Friend of the Community? It’s never to early to nominate them! Just download the following forms, print & fill them out completely, and return them to the King City Chamber on 200 Broadway, Suite 40, King City, CA 93930.
King City Chamber of Commerce Mixer
Thursday, July 19, 5:00 pm
Presentation by the Hospice Giving Foundation
Do you have an aging parent?
Are You aging?
Do you have a plan if you can’t speak for yourself during a medical emergency?
Learn more about End of Life planning and Advance Care Directives!
At the Cork & Plough, 200 Broadway, King City
Business Card drawing for Starbucks Cards
Refreshments by the Cork & Plough
The City of King derived it’s name from pioneer Charles H. King who was born in New York State on May 3, 1844. In 1884 he purchased 13,000 acres of a Spanish land grant and founded the King Ranch. Charles King introduced the wheat crop to the Salinas Valley. His crops succeeded beyond the expectations of the other settlers in the area, causing the railroads to take note. Southern Pacific Railroad lines to the station called “King’s Station” were completed in July of 1886. In 1901, the Civic Improvement Club was organized for the purpose of improving the town and planting trees. This club was the parent of the present Chamber of Commerce, founded in August 1911, the same year the town was incorporated and named the City of King or King City. King City is located on Highway 101, as well as the main line of Southern Pacific Railroad. It is 155 miles south of San Francisco, 277 miles north of Los Angeles and 47 miles south of Salinas – the County seat. The elevation is 330 feet and the climate is mild with an average rainfall of 10 inches.