Dinuba is the largest community in northern Tulare County. The town was the creation of the Southern Pacific Railroad, built to tap the rich grain fields of Tulare County’s east side. Land for the townsite was deeded to the railroad in 1888. The creation of Dinuba and the coming of the railroad was the downfall of nearby Traver, at that time the largest grain shipping point in the nation. Dinuba was incorporated on December 30, 1905.

Farming in the area is widely diversified: Major crops include grapes grown for raisins, table and wine grapes, stonefruit and citrus. Dinuba is also home to Ruiz Foods, one of the largest food processors in the country, and Odwalla Foods. It is also home to Best Buy’s west coast distribution center.

Dinuba is dedicated to developing the growth and prosperity of the community and offers one-stop permitting, redevelopment aid and other business attraction incentives. Dinuba is devoted to enhancing the quality of life of its residents; the city has many parks and other amenities. Ridge Creek Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf course and residential development under  in Dinuba. The 7,495-yard championship golf course was designed by John Fought, known for designing some of the top golf courses in the world. The town’s motto says it all: “Together, a better community.”

City of Dinuba
405 East El Monte Way
Dinuba, CA 93618
Phone: (559) 591-5904

Dinuba Fire Department 559-591-5931
Dinuba Police Department 559-591-5914

Dinuba Chamber of Commerce
210 N. "L" Street
Dinuba, CA 93618
(559) 591-2707