An Orange county city found in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Westminster was founded in 1870 by Rev. Lemuel Webber, then considered a Presbyterian temperance colony. The city got its name from the Westminster Assembly of 1643, the authority that laid out the tenets of the Presbyterian faith. For many years, local farmers refused to grow grapes because of their association with alcohol. The city's motto is “The City of Progress Built on Pride”. It was incorporated in 1957, like many other Southern California cities, at which time it was home to 10,755 citizens. It was formerly part of a tri-city area, including Barber City, and Midway city. In 1996 Westminster won the All-American City award, and it continues to be a favorable location to reside for many Californians.
Don't wait until it's too late! We are standing by, ready to be of service. Call now to learn how we can help.