Imperial Valley a diverse and rich collection of resources in the form of human power, infrastructure and economic development.
The climate is hot and dry, ranging from lows in the mid 30's in January to highs of 110+ in July and August (mean temperatures: low-55.0; high-89.6), with little moisture (average annual rainfall: 2.92 inches; 25 percent average relative humidity).
Imperial Valley is in the southeastern corner of California. Imperial Valley borders Baja California, Mexico to the south, Riverside County to the north, San Diego County to the West, and the state of Arizona to the east.
The terrain Varies from 253 feet below sea level at the Salton Sea to 4,854 feet at Blue Angel Peak.