Facts About Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City is a city in Mohave County, Arizona, United States.
The community first started as an Army Air Corps rest camp, called “Site Six”. during World War II on the shores of Lake Havasu.
The current population of Lake Havasu City is 56,254, based on projections of the latest US Census estimates for 2020.
Lake Havasu City is located at 34°29′24″N 114°18′32″W.
The city has a total area of 43.1 square miles, of which 43.0 square miles is land and 0.04 square miles is water, According to the United States Census Bureau.
Lake Havasu City is located on what is known as “Arizona’s West Coast”.
The city of Lake Havasu is home to the London Bridge, The London Bridge was purchased by Robert P. McCulloch in 1964. The opening of the London Bridge in October 1971 brought the world’s largest antique to the area, a world-famous attraction that continues to draw tens of thousands of sightseers to Lake Havasu City.
Lake Havasu City was established on September 30, 1963, by a resolution of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors as the Lake Havasu Irrigation and Drainage District, making it a legal entity.
The city of Lake Havasu was incorporated in 1978.
Lake Havasu City holds the all-time record high temperature in Arizona history with 128 °F recorded on June 29, 1994.