Most numbers within Area Code 661 are located in the following cities: Castaic, Edison, Acton, Lancaster, Santa Clarita, Newhall, Bakersfield, Lost Hills, Buttonwillow, Arvin, Mojave, Delano, Edwards, Pine Mountain Club, Rosamond, Shafter, Keene, Caliente, Wasco, Lamont, Llano, Palmdale, Fellows, Earlimart, New Cuyama, California Hot Springs, Glennville, Mc Farland, Long Beach, Pampa, North Hollywood, Sun Valley, Valley Village, Taft, San Diego, Myrtle Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Brandon, Tehachapi, Valencia, Chino, El Segundo, Canyon Country, Marshalltown, Sapulpa, Weston, Crown Point, North Platte, Goleta, Tulare, Hurst, Medford, Murrieta, Racine, Mc Kittrick, Victorville, Reseda, Willmar, Brainerd, Los Angeles, Galt, Marietta, Porterville, La Canada Flintridge, Revere, Elizabeth, Vermilion, Fremont, Brookville, Marshfield, Littlerock, Calabasas, Pacoima, Panorama City, Shelbyville, Overland Park, Burbank, Torrance, La Crescenta, Centralia, Hawthorne, Leawood, Dana Point, Oxnard, Seattle, Cayucos.
About Edison, California
Edison is an unincorporated community in Kern County, California. It is located 7.5 miles (12 km) east-southeast of Bakersfield, at an elevation of 568 feet (173 m). In 1902, the Edison Electric Company built a substation on the site. The Southern Pacific Railroad arrived at Wade in 1903, and changed the name to Edison. In 1928 oil was found nearby, and the Edison Oil Field gradually developed, peaking in the 1950s. The community is within the administrative boundaries of the oilfield, and active wells surround the town. The Edison post office opened in 1903, closed in 1929, and re-opened in 1946.