Carbona is an unincorporated community in San Joaquin County, United States, California. Carbona is situated on West Linne Street, at 5.0 km (3.1 miles) south-east of Tracy. The post office of Carbona is Tracy but it does have its own ZIP code 95304.
At the intersection with the Alameda and San Joaquin Railroad spur line to the Tesla coal mines at Corral Hollow, Carbona was originally a railway station built. The spur line was closed by the Western Pacific Railroad in 1916 after a flood in 1911 when the railway line, and facilities were destroyed and Carnegie and Tesla’s cities were abandoned.
Tracy is San Joaquin County, California, the second-most populous city in the United States. The population at the 2010 census was 82,922. Tracy is situated on the north side of the city, Interstate 5 to the east, and Interstate 580 to the southwest within a geographic triangle created by Interstate 205. The slogan of Tracy, featured on the website of the city, is: “Think Inside the Triangle”.
Tracy is characterized by a semi-arid climate (Köppen BSh), with moderate, damp winters and very hot and dry summers, with Mediterranean features. December and January are the hottest months, averaging about 47.1 ° F (8.4 ° C), and there are 19 nights at or below freezing annually, with the coldest night of the year usually below 30 ° ° F (−1.1 ° C). July is the warmest month, averaging 76.4 ° F (28.3 ° C); generally there are 18 days of 100 ° F (37.8 ° C)+ highs and 82 days of 90 ° F (32.2 ° C)+ highs. Average annual precipitation is about 12.5 inches (317.7 mm), which results in the region being known as a semi-desert by nature.