Yorkville, California facts for kids
|Elevation||922 ft (281 m)|
The original townsite was about 3 miles (5 km) northwest of the present site at. The Yorkville post office opened in 1868 and moved to the new site with the town in 1937. "The Late Pomo or Ma-cu-maks of the present day Yorkville area spoke the central Pomo language."
The name honors R.H. York, the town's founder.
The Yorkville Highlands AVA was established in 1998. The Galbreath Wildlands Preserve, which is owned and managed by Sonoma State University as an educational site, is located nearby.
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