Lomita Drop Off Locations
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|2354 Pacific Coast Hwy Lomita, CA 90717||$65 - $1,500 /Price paid for diabetic test strips||
7 AM to 11 PM
|25511 Narbonne Ave Lomita, CA 90717||$65 - $1,000 /Price paid for diabetic test strips||
10 AM to 10 PM
|24520 Narbonne Ave Lomita, CA 90717||$65 - $2,500 /paid for unused diabetic test strips in unopened boxes||
Lomita California diabetic test strips leader
PaydayStrips is a leader in the diabetic test strip industry, supplying test strips to those who can’t afford the over inflated retail prices. Our goals are to provide diabetics with extra supplies. A safe and reliable alternative to meeting strangers in uncomfortable environments, and unreliable, fly-by night web sites. We want to expand our business and need more product to meet our clients demands. We guarantee once you meet us, you will never need anyone else!
Other Diabetic Test Strips Locations
We also service the surrounding cities of: Bellflower, Carson, Cerritos, Compton ,Cypress, Downey, Garden Grove, Gardena, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lakewood, Lomita, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Lynwood, Norwalk , Paramount, Redondo Beach, San Pedro, Seal Beach, South Gate, Torrance, Westminster, Wilmington.
Test Strips Brands we buy
We supply almost all of the major name brands, such as: Accu-Chek Aviva, One Touch Ultra, Sure Step and many more! In addition, we have generic diabetic test strip supplies that are just as effective for a fraction of the cost.
Most of the land that constitutes present day Lomita was sold to a farmer named Ben Weston and the Ranch Water Company, which sheep farmer Nathaniel Andrew Narbonne owned. Narbonne received 3,500 acres.
Narbonne had moved to Lomita from Sacramento’s gold rush country in 1852. He had initially worked with General Phineas Banning in Wilmington and later, with partner Ben Weston, grew wheat and raised sheep on Santa Catalina Island.
Lomita gets its name for the Spanish word for “little hills”. Development in Lomita began in earnest in the period of 1907 – 1909. In 1923, oil was discovered in the Lomita area. About 500 acres of land in Lomita were used for drilling for oil. In the 1930’s the predominant land use was for farming of celery and strawberries. Development boomed immediately after the end of World War II.
Early History of Lomita
The earliest known inhabitants of Southern California probably arrived before 9000BC, based on radiocarbon dates of artifacts found on the Channel Islands.
Evidence of the earliest known indigenous inhabitants of Lomita and environs, the Gabrielino Indians, has been found in a village they called Suangna, or “Place of the Rushes”, near what is now the intersection of 230th Street and Utility Way in Carson. Remnants of this village remained even as late as the 1850s.
Lomita and Nearby Attractions
- Lomita Railroad Museum.
- Hollywood Fantasy Tours.
- Torrance Art Center.
- Malaga Cove Ranch Market.
- Hye Art Gallery.
Lomita Census Information: Lomita_Census_Population_Age_Sex_Race_2010
Lomita Railroad Museum
On display is a Southern Pacific Steam Locomotive and Tender, a 1910 Union Pacific Caboose, a modern all steel Santa Fe caboose, a 1923 Union Oil Tank Car and a 1913 Southern Pacific outside-braced wood box car. Learn more
Spend your next field trip at the Lomita Railroad Museum learning about the golden age of steam. We take reservations for pre-kindergarten and K-12 school groups, special needs organizations and senior groups. Learn more
Dedicated to the proud era of the steam engine, complete authenticity is the hallmark of the Museum. Much research and study was given to depot structures before the final home for the Museum was chosen. Learn more
Lomita Public Schools
Alexander Fleming Middle
25425 Walnut St.
Total Enrollment 1508
2211 W. 247th St.
Total Enrollment 944
Eshelman Avenue Elementary
25902 Eshelman Ave.
Total Enrollment 600
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