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Lancaster, California Lancaster / ˈlæŋ.kæstər / is a charter city in northern Los Angeles County, in the Antelope Valley of the western Mojave Desert in Southern California. As of the 2020 census, the population was 173,516,  making Lancaster the 153rd largest city in the United States and the 30th largest in California.
In the first decade of the 21st century, the Lancaster County libraries saw more than a doubling in the number of county residents using libraries; 251,348 county residents had library cards. In the same ten-year period, circulation increased by 90%; 3,495,399 items were checked out.
At the 2011 UK census, the City of Lancaster had a total population of 138,375. Of the 57,822 households in the city, 33.5% were married couples living together, 31.9% were one-person households, 7.8% were co-habiting couples and 10.0% were lone parents.  These figures were similar to the national averages.
Lancaster has lots of rural outskirts: trailer parks, boarded up homes, decrepit apartment "duplexes" and a sense of isolation seems to attract an "underclass" element fleeing rising home prices in L.A. in the last quarter a century, and same goes to Palmdale, the city known for "gang wars" and "bored out kids" by parents driving 60 miles to ...
Lancaster station (California) Lancaster station is owned by and located in the city of Lancaster, California. It serves as a transfer point for several public transportation bus routes as well as the final Metrolink train station on the Antelope Valley Line that originates 69 miles (111 km) away in downtown Los Angeles, at Union Station.
The Hangar (Lancaster, California) The Hangar, also known as Lancaster Municipal Stadium and formerly known as Clear Channel Stadium, is a baseball stadium in Lancaster, California, United States. From its opening in 1996 to 2020, the stadium was the home field of the Lancaster JetHawks, a now-defunct minor league team.
658. Location of Lancaster Western Hotel in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The Western Hotel is a hotel built in 1876 by the Gilroy family. It is the oldest surviving building in Lancaster, California. The Western Hotel was designated a California Historic Landmark (No.658) on September 26, 1958. The Western Hotel is located at 557 West ...