Billed as “Today’s Small Town America”, Rosemead is one of the few cities left in the megalopolis that is Southern California who can boast still having a small town feel. Before the Spanish arrived in Southern California, Rosemead was home to the Kizh Native Americans, or as the Spaniards renamed all Native Americans in the area, the Gabrielino. The Secularization Act of 1833 by the Mexican government took all land, such as Rosemead, formerly held by the San Gabriel Mission, and distributed it to private citizens for the purpose of building homes and grazing cattle. Some of the most noteworthy pioneers to develop the area include John and Harriet Guess, Frank Forst, and Leonard John Rose. In fact, it was Rose who bred and trained horses on his property, which he gave the name of, “Rose Meadow’s”, eventually converted to the city’s name, Rosemead.
Rosemead residents enjoy SoCal fun in the sun at local hotspots like the Soaring Teapot, Gamble House, Pyrenees Castle, Old Mill Foundation, Queen Anne Cottage & Coach Barn, Colorado Street Bridge, Valley Monument, and the Vivekananda House. The awesome thing about Rosemead is that however you decide to spend your day you can count on MobileWash to make sure you look good when you get there. It’s the only mobile car wash app that gives you exclusive access to the nation’s largest network of auto detailers. Whether you need a car wash or full-service car detailing, the MobileWash App puts you in control of the experience.
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