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Greater Eureka

Eureka metropolitan area

Continent North America
Country

United States of America

State

California (Humboldt)

Principal cities Eureka

ArcataFortunaMcKinleyville

Population
Urban 110,806
Time zone PST (UTC-8)
•Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)

The Eureka metropolitan area is a combined area including Eureka, Bay, McKinley, Slide, Sunnyside Ferndale, and Blue counties in Northern California's North Coast.

The area is anchored by Eureka, California, the county seat of Eureka County, and the capital of Humboldt, and, to a lesser extent, Arcata, California, the county seat of Bay County.

Metropolitan Eureka includes all of the non-forested areas of Humboldt, and Metropolitan Eureka does not include any forested areas.

CountiesEdit

  • Eureka
  • Bay
  • McKinley
  • Slide
  • Sunnyside
  • Ferndale
  • Blue

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[edit]RadioEdit

  • KMUE
  • KNCR
  • KRED-FM
  • KSLG-FM
  • KWPT
  • KWSW
  • KXGO
  • KFMI
  • KGOE
  • KHSU
  • KHUM
  • KIHH
  • KINS-FM
  • KJNY
  • KKDS-LP
  • KKHB
  • K-LOVE
  • KATA (AM)
  • KBAE
  • KEJY
  • KEKA-FM

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[edit]BusEdit

Metropolitan Eureka is served by the Eureka Transit Service serving all of the City of Eureka, also serving all of Metropolitan Eureka is the Redwood Transit Service, which also serves Humboldt.

[edit]AirEdit

the Eureka International Airport is located in McKinleville near the Northern end of Metropolitan Eureka, Redwood Transit Service, Eureka Transit Serve, and the Eureka City Cab provides Transportation to the Aiport.

[edit]RailEdit

Metropolitan Eureka does not have a major railroad, but does have some small Railroads through the City of Eureka.

[edit]TourismEdit

[edit]Theme ParksEdit

Metropolitan Eureka is home to Bounce-A-Palooza a Indoor Theme Park located in the Bayshore Mall in Eureka, which opened around 2006.

[edit]ZoosEdit

Sequoia Park Zoo is the only major zoo in Greater Eureka, the Zoo is located in Eureka, and is home to more than 30 animals, the Zoo also features a Gift Shop, Cafe, and even more.

[edit]ShoppingEdit

Metropolitan Eureka is home to many Superstores, most Superstores are located in Eureka, Eureka is home to more than 30 Superstores, which are located primary in the Bayshore Mall.

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