About Huntington Park, California

Huntington Park is a part of the Gateway Cities with a total population of 58,114 as of the 2010 U.S. Census, 97% of whom are Hispanic/Latino and about half were born outside the U.S.

Pacific Boulevard, the commercial business street of Huntington Park, has been the location for festivals, carnival fairs and parades. The “Carnaval Primavera” is held each year for three days across nine blocks of Pacific Boulevard in Huntington Park. The event features Central American and Mexican food, carnival rides, games, and live music.

The City is also home to other notable Streamline Moderne architectural buildings such as the Lane-Wells Company Building and the W. W. Henry Company Building.