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About Ripley

Ripley is a small farming community in the Palo Verde Valley of southern California. The valley, covered with a patchwork of farmland, stretches for miles around, with barren, rocky mountains in the distance. The Colorado River passes a few miles to the east. A network of canals criss-crosses the valley, supplying irrigation water to what was formally a barren desert.

California Highway 78 passes through the town, coming from Blythe, a few miles to the north, and heading southeast to the Imperial Valley. The town is unincorporated with only a couple hundred residents. The elevation is just 245 feet above sea level.

Street Index

24th Avenue
25th Avenue
Borders Avenue
Broadway Street
Degen Avenue
Lindsay Avenue
Main Street
Mason Avenue
Neighbours Boulevard
Palomas Avenue
Ramsey Avenue
School Road
Warmington Street