buy neurontin cheap neurontin online no prescription buy neurontin cheap clomid online no prescription clomid online no prescription buy clomid online no prescription cheap buy accutane us accutane online pharmacy buy accutane without rx buy propecia cheap buy propecia online propecia online overnight lasix generic buy lasix online no prescription where to buy lasix buy cymbalta cymbalta online no prescription buy generic cymbalta buy imitrex overnight delivery imitrex online without prescription buy imitrex overnight delivery can you buy diflucan online buy diflucan no prescription diflucan diflucan buy buy lamisil online mastercard overnight buy lamisil online no prescription purchase lamisil buy cheap priligy priligy online pharmacy buy priligy with mastercard order celebrex celebrex online pharmacy buy celebrex no rx buy generic avodart online buy avodart no prescription order avodart online overnight buy nolvadex online no prescription buy nolvadex online no prescription buy nolvadex cheap online buy kamagra without rx buy kamagra online no prescription kamagra generic buy generic nexium no prescription buy nexium online cheap nexium online

Welcome to San Benito County

"The land of St. Benedict" takes its name from the meandering San Benito River, named by Father Juan Crespi in 1772.

San Benito County was formed in 1874 from a portion of Monterey County.  Thirteen years later, the state legislature expanded the county to include land in Fresno and Merced counties.  Territorially, it has remained unchanged since 1887.

The western and southern boundary of San Benito County is established by a coastal range of mountains known as the Gabilians.  To the east lie the Diablo Mountain range and Panoche Valley, separating San Benito County from Merced and Fresno Counties.

Today, San Benito County is an economically diverse community featuring bio-tech, high-tech, major distribution hubs, recreation, a local airport, small business and local services, all with room to grow within an infrastructure of buildable lots, affordable housing, and new roads.  

With nearly 56,000 people in the 1,389 square mile county, 38 persons per square mile creates a rural feel, but in a community with big aspirations. Nearly 4,000 businesses employ a well-educated workforce (32% of adults have attended college) and contribute to a vital and growing economy, from the small, decades old family businesses to the nearly quarter billion per year agriculture industry.

The San Benito County Chamber and Visitors Bureau invites you to explore our unique corner of the world.