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Orland is a city in Glenn County, California. The population was 7,291 at the 2010 census, up from 6,281 at the 2000 census, making Orland the most populous city in Glenn County. Orland is located 16 miles (26 km) north of Willows, at an elevation of 259 feet (79 m). Interstate 5, (north–south) passes west of the downtown area while State Route 32 (east–west) passes through downtown. The default numbers for wired telephones in Orland are (530) 865-xxxx.
The Sacramento River runs 10 miles (16 km) East of Orland and Black Butte Lake sits 8 miles (13 km) West. The Black Butte Lakedam drains into Stoney Creek, which flows about a half-mile north of the Orland Arch.
The first post office in Orland opened in 1916. Orland incorporated in 1909.
In 1908 Orland was the namesake of one of the first irrigation projects of the newly-formed United States Bureau of Reclamation, the Orland Project, authorized by the Newlands Reclamation Act. The 1910 East Park Dam and other area dams still provide agricultural irrigation water.
During the Second World War, Orland was selected by the United States Army as the location for an airfield, which was used for training pilots. Aircraft used at Orland included theB-17 "Flying Fortress." Scenes for several films used for training pilots and aircrew members were produced at Orland. Constructed of a large square of thick, reinforced concrete, most of the airfield is now a civil airport operated by Glenn County.more ...
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