Los Santos

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Los Santos
—  City  —
City of Los Santos
Los Santos Downtown area
Nickname(s): City of West coast, Sekami Entertainment Capital, Sunshine City
Location of Los Santos in Stanford
Country Stanford
State Chumash
County Los Santos County
MSA Los Santos-Salton Metropolitan Area
Founded September 18, 1785
Incoorporated May 10, 1860
Government
 • Type Mayor-Council-Comission
 • Body Los Santos City Council
 • Mayor Howard H. Greif
 • City Attorney Warren Cooke
Area
 • City 1,375 km2 (530.89 sq mi)
 • Land 1,283 km2 (495.36 sq mi)
 • Water 92 km2 (35 sq mi)
Elevation 37 m (121 ft)
Population (May 21, 2015)
 • City 4,103,140
 • Rank 2nd in Stanford
 • Density 3,000/km2 (7,700/sq mi)
 • Urban 13,029,387
 • Metro 14,940,388
Time zone WCT (UTC-7)
 • Summer (DST) West Coast (UTC-7)
Website www.lscity.go.st

Los Santos, officially City of Los Santos with its initial LS is the largest city of Chumash and 2nd largest in Stanford with its title as the county seat of Los Santos County. It situated in the Los Santos Basin in the northern part of Chumash, with the northern part of city in the Los Santos bay. Los Santos surrounded by hills in the southern part, Mountainous area in east and plains in the northern part.

Los Santos known its reputation as the central of Sekami entertainment industries hosting the infamous Mandywood, Starlight Shores and several minor entertainment industry centers. Greater Los Santos with population about 14 millions people is Sekami global city with its economy power focus on business, trade, entertainment, media, fashion, science, sports, technology, education, medicine and research with its total gross regional product ranked number 4, just below Shinkyo, New Amsterdam, and Hanseong.

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