Lindsay was incorporated in 1910 and has a population of more than 11,000. The city has many progressive civic facilities, such as a newly constructed state-of-the-art library and McDermont Field House a regional recreational center that is rapidly becoming a preferred destination for the Central Valley.

The City has a lively cultural arts scene and is home to more than 20 public fine arts murals and the Mason House Museum & Gallery. Located downtown, Sweet Brier Plaza plays host to many special events, such as the Friday Night Market held March through November.  Lindsay has many excellent restaurants and a robust downtown business district. Lindsay celebrates its Centennial in 2010, and was named an All-American City in 1995.

Lindsay was named a California Main Street City in 1987. The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce utilizes the Main Street approach as its scope of work guidelines. The program is designed to foster community self-reliance in revitalizing the community. The approach endeavors to emphasize the traditional assets of the business community. These assets include: personal service, local ownership, unique characteristics and a sense of community.

City of Lindsay
251 East Honolulu Street
Post Office Box 369
Lindsay, CA 93247

Lindsay City Hall:  (559) 562-7103
Lindsay Community Development:  (559) 562-7114

Lindsay Chamber of Commerce: (559) 562-4929