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The County of Tuolumne (population 57,000) was incorporated in 1850 as one of the original 27 counties in the State of California. Stretching from the foothills to the crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Tuolumne County is both a recreation paradise and a wonderful place to live.
You can view specific Demographic Info by visiting the US Census page on Tuolumne County.
If you other questions, please contact our Chamber office at 209-532-4212, 877-532-4212 or info@TCchamber.com. You also might want to contact our Tuolumne County Visitor's Bureau for additional information.
Tuolumne County is home to approximately 8,500 students who attend public schools. These young people have special talents, interest, and needs as diverse as the county in which they live.
Tuolumne County has many religious services and churches. Many of the churches are from the County's Gold Rush era. The Twain Harte Area Chamber has compiled a list of churches by denomination -- click here to check out the list, or click on a specific demonination below!
Assemblies Of God | Baha'i | Baptist | Catholic | Christian Science
The Tuolumne County offices are located at 2 South Green Street, Sonora, CA 95370. CLICK HERE for a complete list of the Government Offices courtesy of the County Website.
The Tuolumne County Department of Public Works, Transportation Division provides staff to administer the Transit Contract (currently with Storer Transportation, Inc.) and to provide other transportation related administrative duties including fiscal management, contract management, project planning, programming and monitoring, coordination and administration of various transportation funding programs and the development of plans, programs and reports to meet Federal and State requirements.
Local Radio and Newspapers
MyMotherLode.com: Up to the minute news for California's Gold Country
The Union Democrat: The Mother Lode’s leading newspaper established in 1854
KZSQ - Star 92.7 FM: Today's Hits and Yesterday's Favorites
KKBN: Today's Country - 93.5
KVML: The Mother Lode's News Station 1045 AM