The City of Benicia is a waterfront community in the Bay Area located adjacent to the Carquinez Strait, which is part of San Francisco Bay. A community of 28,000, Benicia is known for its small town charm, history and high quality of life. Benicia offers an abundance of leisure and recreational activities with close proximity to popular nearby destinations and commute routes make it a popular choice to call home.
A California Main Street City with community events and retail promotions that bring visitors to Benicia’s downtown. You’ll enjoy the beautiful waterfront location complimented by a variety of speciality shops, antique stores, fine restaurants, marina and artists.
Lafayette has a bustling downtown, restaurants and scenic trails.
Orinda is known for it's prized Art Deco theater, rolling hills, county club and 4th of July parade.
Moraga known for small town charm, community parks, top-rated schools and summer night concert series.
Napa is a special place surrounded by natural beauty and desireable climate. Features sought after schools, activities and historic neighborhoods. Fine food and wine at your fingertips.
Contra Costa County is home to 19 cities and numerous unincorporated communities. The County was established in 1850. The name signifies “opposite coast,” because of its situation opposite San Francisco, in an easterly direction, on San Francisco Bay.
Contra Costa County is broadly divided into three sub-areas:
The East Bay is the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area, which comprises Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
The East Bay includes numerous communities including Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, El Cerrito, Emeryville, Albany, Lafayette/Moraga/Orinda often referred to as Lamorinda.
The East Bay also includes the Tri-Valley Areas of Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville.
Home to the stunning Morro Rock, charming shops and coastal living. Los Osos is home to MONTAÑA DE ORO STATE PARK. The community offiers ideal kayaking conditions. Nearby communites include San Luis Obispo home to Cal Poly University.