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Santa Cruz County, CA

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Santa Cruz Community

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  • Cabrillo College provides an accessible and effective learning environment, which aids students in their pursuit of transfer, career preparation, personal fulfillment, job advancement, and retraining goals
  • Santa Cruz County Office of Education is a public agency whose purpose is to provide educational leadership, resources and services to schools to ensure quality educational opportunities for all students
  • Santa Cruz Kids Family friendly site featuring schools, kids activities, entertainment, recreation, summer camps, parenting resources, daycare facilities
  • UC Santa Cruz University of California

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Santa Clara County, CA

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  • Santa Clara Police Department The Police Department provides law enforcement and policing services to the City of Santa Clara
  • Santa Clara Sheriff The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to the preservation of public safety by providing innovative and progressive service in partnership with the community
  • Santa Clara District Attorney's Office District Attorney's Office making every effort to achieve the lowest crime rate reasonably possible while emphasizing the prosecution of violent crime
  • Santa Clara County Fire Department The Santa Clara County Fire Department exists to protect the lives, property, and environment within the communities served from fires, disasters, and emergency incidents through education, prevention, and emergency response
  • Santa Clara County Office of Emergency Services The Santa Clara County Office of Emergency Services is responsible for coordinating organized planning efforts with County departments, local cities and special districts to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters

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Monterey County, CA

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San Benito County, CA

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  • Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital The San Benito Healthcare District is committed to fulfilling community driven health and wellness needs, in partnership with physicians and other healthcare providers, by offering a compassionate, state of the art healthcare system.
  • Saint Louise Regional Hospital Providing excellent care with gentleness and kindness
  • San Benito County Public Health Services The mission of San Benito County Public Health Services is to protect and promote the health, safety and environment of the people by preventing and controlling disease, environmental hazards, injury and disability, and by educating and promoting healthy lifestyles.

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San Bernardino County, CA

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  • State of California Parks & Recreation Dept -Silverwood Lake SRA
  • Calico Ghost Town Calico is one of the few remaining original mining towns of the western United States. It was preserved by Walter Knott (founder of Knott's Berry Farm and a relative of the owner of Calico's Silver King mine). Mr. Knott donated Calico Ghost Town to the County of San Bernardino in 1966, and it remains alive and well as a 480-acre County Regional Park. Lively events and living history reenactments are hallmarks of this exciting park.
  • Moabi Regional Park Moabi Regional Park is on the banks of the Colorado River just 11 miles southeast of Needles, California. Here you can camp, fish, boat, swim, water ski and relax in one of the premiere recreation areas of Southern California.
  • Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is a 150-acre day-use park near the Ontario Convention Center, Ontario Mills Mall, and Ontario International Airport. Swim, picnic, and play on the site of world-famous vineyards.
  • Lake Gregory Regional Park Lake Gregory Regional Park is an alpine jewel nestled in the pine forests of Crestline, California. Here you can fish from the shore year 'round, picnic, hike, swim, and boat on 150 acres in the San Bernardino Mountains.
  • Yucaipa Regional Park Yucaipa Regional Park is situated on 885 acres in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, right on the way to the apple country of Oak Glen and mountain resort communities. Voted the #1 picnic spot in the Inland Empire!
  • Mojave Narrows Regional Park Mojave Narrows Regional Park is a virtual oasis in the Mojave Desert. Fish, boat, camp, hike nature trails, and enjoy horseback riding on 840 acres along the ancient riverbed of the Mojave River. Home of the Huck Finn Jubilee.
  • Joshua Tree National Park For a first-time visitor the desert may appear bleak and drab. Viewed from the road, the desert only hints at its vitality. Closer examination reveals a fascinating variety of plants and animals. A rich cultural history and surreal geologic features add to the attraction of this place.
  • San Bernardino National Forest The wild lands of the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountain Ranges were designated a National Forest more than a hundred years ago.
  • The Mojave National Preserve Rose-colored sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua tree forests, and mile-high mountains are found along the scenic roadways in Mojave National Preserve. This is a place to escape the crowded visitor centers and campgrounds found at other parks.

Library

  • San Bernardino County Library is the community's resource for access to information to promote knowledge, education, lifelong learning, leisure and cultural enrichment for the people of the County of San Bernardino.
  • A.K. Smiley Public Library serving the city of Redlands, California since 1894
  • The Colton Public Library We are here to serve you and have not only local resources but use of the Inland Library System, System Reference Center.
  • San Bernardino Public Library
  • Ontario City Library Established as a City department in 1891, the Ontario City Library's Main and Colony High Branch contain over 184,000 books, 450 magazine subscriptions, 25 newspaper subscriptions, 14,000 videocassettes, 2,500 compact discs, government document depository, and pamphlet file. Computerized catalog and checkout systems provide access to the Library's many resources.
  • Rancho Cucamonga Public Library The Rancho Cucamonga Public Library strives to inform and enrich our community by providing access to traditional and technologically-innovative resources. We support and encourage education and the love of reading in a welcoming atmosphere with a knowledgeable, service-oriented staff.
  • The Upland Public Library provides services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational, and recreational needs.

Transportation

  • Marta - Bus Service The Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority (MARTA) provides local and off the mountain bus service to the Big Bear Valley, Running Springs, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline and San Bernardino.
  • San Bernardino International Airport
  • Victor Valley Transit Authority provides local bus service for the communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Victorville, and San Bernardino County.
  • San Bernardino County Department of Airports provides for the management, maintenance, and operation of six county-owned airports. It also assists the private and municipal airport operators in the county in the planning, interpretation, and implementation of FAA general aviation requirements.
  • Transportation Department The primary transportation function of the Department is operation, maintenance, and improvements of the County Road System that currently includes approximately 2,860 miles of roadways.
  • Ontario International Airport (ONT) is a medium-hub, full-service airport with commercial jet service to major U.S. cities and through service to many international destinations.
  • Amtrak California This website has been prepared by the California Department of Transportation's Division of Rail to provide information about the cooperative rail passenger program operated by Amtrak and funded by the Federal Government and the State of California, through the Department of Transportation, (Caltrans).
  • Metrolink is a premier regional rail system, including commuter and other passenger services, linking communities to employment and activity centers. Metrolink provides reliable transportation and mobility for the region, leading toward more livable communities.
  • SANBAG - Public Transit As the County Transportation Commission, SANBAG plays a key role in mass transportation.

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  • Amboy, a ghost town along Route 66 Amboy has 4 main attractions from a tourist point of view: Route 66, Roy's Caf?, Amboy crater, Railroad
  • Backyard Equestrian Center e use animals and equines to influence and strengthen individuals and family unity. to provide a safe, effective, fun, non-threatening approach for children and adults to grow emotionally.
  • Calico Ghost Town One third of the town is original; the remaining carefully reconstructed to recreate the spirit of Calico's Old West past. Walk the streets and examine the life of miners and townspeople, and you may meet Dorsey the Mail Dog, (portrayed by "Pilot," a Delta Society therapy dog), and visit the original Cemetery.
  • Crestline Creative Arts Foundation
  • Mountain Arts Network
  • Mountain Communities Boys & Girls Club Inc
  • Pioneertown Pioneertown was built in 1946 as a movie set for western movies
  • San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands, California, is a regional museum with exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history.
  • Exotic World Burlesque Museum Located in Helendale, California - just off historic Route 66 and exactly half-way between the glamour of Los Angeles and glitter of Las Vegas - Exotic World is the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the art and artifacts of the golden age of Bump & Grind.
  • Redlands Historical Glass Museum The museum opened to the public in 1985, and contains six rooms of approximately 6,000 examples of American glass from the mid-1800s to contemporary manufactures of fine glassware and art glass.
  • The Air Museum Planes of Fame Founded in 1957, The Air Museum Planes of Fame, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to preserving aviation history for the benefit of future generations.
  • Gallery 29 Welcome to the land of free-spirited artists and creative souls who live on the edge of the Mojave Desert ... in 29 Palms, California ... next to Joshua Tree National Park.
  • Hensler Fine Art Welcome to Hensler Fine Art, your one stop for new and rare works by Aldo Luongo, Eyvind Earle, Jane Wooster Scott, Bon, Royo, Linnea (formerly Linnea Pergola), Mark King, Viktor Shvaiko, Vasarely, Susan Rios, Olivia and more
  • Redlands Area Historical Society Although a Redlands Area Historical Society was organized in 1900, today's Society was established in 1972 and incorporated in 1974. The Redlands Area Historical Society's purpose is to support and to advance the many facets of the area's historic resources.
  • Sound Machine of Inland Empire Welcome! The Sound Machine of the Inland Empire Youth Band, formerly based in the Chino/Ontario area, was an independent marching band that served music and pageantry students in Southern California.
  • The San Bernardino Symphony presents and maintains high quality, professional symphonic and classical music in the San Bernardino region
  • Redlands Community Music Association
  • The Fictitious Theatre Company of San Bernardino The company works to provide a channel for artistic expression to people of all ages and levels of experience, especially youth in underprivileged circumstances, where theatre can be used as a source of emotional, social and educational growth through performance, technical aspects of production and classes.
Alameda County, CA

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  • Alameda County Sheriff Office
  • Alameda Police Department In the spirit of community policing in the informational age, this site is dedicated to providing our citizens and the world access to our department. We hope that the information found here will help to strengthen the community/police team.
  • Alameda County Treasurer-Tax Collector Our goal is to provide you with the information and easy access to make an online tax payment, obtain your personal tax information or to provide you with a better understanding of what services we provide
  • Alameda County Fire Department We will provide the highest level of service to our communities by valuing our members; promoting positive leadership; and dedicating ourselves to excellence.

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San Francisco County, CA

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  • San Francisco Parks Trust
  • Alcatraz Island offers a close-up look at the site of the first lighthouse and US fort on the West Coast, an infamous federal penitentiary long off-limits to the public (and despised by inmates), and the historic 18 month occupation by Indians of All Tribes. Rich in cultural history, there is also a natural side to the Rock - gardens, tide pools, bird colonies, and bay views beyond compare.
  • Fort Point National Historic Site Fort Point was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1853 and 1861 to prevent entrance of a hostile fleet into San Francisco Bay.
  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area Golden Gate National Parks chronicle two hundred years of history, from the Native American culture, the Spanish Empire frontier and the Mexican Republic, to maritime history, the California Gold Rush, the evolution of American coastal fortifications, and the growth of urban San Francisco.
  • Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail "Everyone mount up!" This became a familiar call from Spanish Captain Juan Bautista de Anza. In 1776, as Americans fought for their independence in the East, Anza led almost 300 people over 1200 miles to settle Alta California. It was the first overland route established to connect New Spain with San Francisco. Walk in their footsteps from Nogales, Arizona to San Francisco, California.
  • Presidio of San Francisco For 218 years, the Presidio served as an army post for three nations. World and local events, from military campaigns to the rise of aviation, from World Fairs to earthquakes, left their mark. Come enjoy the history and beauty of the Presidio. Explore centuries of architecture. Reflect in a national cemetery. Walk through an historic airfield, forests, or to beaches, and admire spectacular vistas.
  • San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Stand on the stern of Balclutha, face west to feel the fresh wind blowing in from the Pacific Ocean. Located in the Fisherman's Wharf neighborhood, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park offers the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Pacific Coast maritime history.
  • San Francisco Botanical Garden Ten minutes or a life-time...the San Francisco Botanical Garden is the place for you.

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  • San Francisco International Airport Ground transportation providers serving San Francisco International Airport include public transit, Airporters, on-demand door-to-door vans, pre-arranged door-to-door vans, taxis, limousines and charter operators.
  • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District Based in San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District operates the Golden Gate Bridge, and two public transit systems: Golden Gate Transit buses and Golden Gate Ferry. Last year 40 million vehicles crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and 11 million customers rode the transit systems.
  • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Our Mission: Working together effectively, we serve our community. We provide safe, reliable, clean, accessible, and convenient transportation to any destination in the City. We are dedicated to creating the most satisfying experience possible for our employees and our riders.
  • San Francisco County Transportation Authority
  • Market Street Railway Our Mission: Preserving Historic Transit in San Francisco.We support the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni) in its daily operation of vintage transit vehicles as a "museum in motion."We identify, acquire, and restore additional historic transit vehicles suitable for operation on the San Francisco Municipal Railway.We educate the public on the historic importance of mass transportation toward maintaining a high quality of urban life in San Francisco.
  • San Francisco Paratransit San Francisco Paratransit is a specialized transportation service for persons who are unable to independently use regular buses, streetcars, or BART, due to a disability or health related condition some or all of the time. Paratransit is provided by public transportation systems as part of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Entertainment

  • California Academy of Science Founded in 1853 as the first scientific institution in the West, the California Academy of Sciences' mission is to explore and explain the natural world.
  • The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art. But we are more than just an art museum - we are your ticket to Asia. Here, travel through 6,000 years of history, trek across seven major regions, and sample the cultures of numerous countries.
  • Exploratorium Housed within the walls of San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium is a collage of hundreds of science, art, and human perception exhibits. The Exploratorium is a leader in the movement to promote museums as informal education centers.
  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Welcome to the Thinker, website of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Comprised of the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park, we are the largest public arts institution in the City of San Francisco and one of the largest art museums in the United States.
  • San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center The San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center, one of the largest performing arts centers in the United States, covers seven and one-half acres in San Francisco's Civic Center Historic District. Opera, symphony, modern and classical dance, theatre, recitals, plays, lectures, meetings, receptions, special screenings and gala events all have a place at the Center. Each of the Center's facilities is unique and has special characteristics that enhance every event.
  • Bay Music & Entertainment, Inc (formerly Cardinal Productions) is the premier entertainment resource in Northern California. Since 1982 we have provided talented musicians, DJs, interactive performers and professional event services.
  • Incentives To Intrigue Incentives To Intrigue(ITI) has remained in the forefront of the incentive industry since its inception in 1989. We work directly with corporations or we can work as partners with incentive houses, destination mangement companies, and all other disciplines. We are frequently consulted for our unique viewpoint and fresh ideas
  • San Francisco Opera "To be the most exciting force in the opera world"
  • San Francisco Ballet As America's first professional ballet company, San Francisco Ballet has enjoyed a long and rich tradition of artistic "firsts" since its founding in 1933, performing the first American productions of Swan Lake and Nutcracker, as well as the first twentieth-century American Coppolia. A lively, vital ensemble, San Francisco Ballet is one of the three largest ballet companies in the United States.
  • San Francisco Zoo
  • Aquarium of the Bay Opened in 1996 and enhanced in 2001, Aquarium of the Bay is a unique educational and entertainment facility dedicated to the rich and diverse aquatic life of San Francisco Bay and its surrounding waters. The Aquarium provides a window to the Bay that focuses on its distinctive ecosystems to entertain, educate and inspire preservation of this wonderful natural resource.
  • San Francisco Shakespeare Festival began in 1983, with Free Shakespeare in the Park's debut production of The Tempest in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. Today we are a regional theater company and major arts education provider that includes our sister organizations, the Oakland-East Bay Shakespeare Festival and the Silicon Valley Shakespeare Festival.
  • Traveling Jewish Theatre
  • American Conservatory Theater nurtures the art of live theater through dynamic productions, intensive actor training in its conservatory, and an ongoing dialogue with its community
  • Carnaval San Francisco
Marin County, CA

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  • China Camp State Park
  • Tomales Bay State Park
  • Marin CountyDivision of Parks & Landscape Services Bastrop State Park is 3503.7 total acres (land acreage, 3493; water acreage, 10); approximately 30 miles southeast of Austin in Bastrop County. It is the site of the famous "Lost Pines," an isolated timbered region of loblolly pine and hardwoods. The park was acquired by deeds from the city of Bastrop and private owners from 1933 to 1935; the park opened in 1937. Additional acreage was acquired in 1979.
  • Angel Island (State Park) A brief ferry trip from San Francisco, Tiburon, Vallejo, or Oakland/Alameda, this former Civil War camp preserves many of its wooden army buildings. It was next a jumping-off point for soldiers returning from the World War II Pacific campaigns and later home to a Nike missile base. The island offers campsites, biking and hiking trails, bike rentals and sea kayak tours with breathtaking views.
  • China Camp (State Park) Site of the Bay Area's last Chinese shrimpfishing village-dating to the 1880s-this park offers 30 developed walk-in campsites. But most come to watch the multitudes of birds, hike, swim, fish, boat, or windsurf.
  • Marconi Conference Center (State Historic Park) has a rich human history that dates back hundreds of years. From the pre-historic villages of the Coastal Miwok to the farming communities of today, the Tomales Bay ecosystem has supported the livelihoods of thousands of people.
  • Mount Tamalpais (State Park) This park's twisting road to the 2,571-foot summit is a paradise for hikers and bicyclists. It has 16 developed walk-in campsites, and 10 rustic cabins perch on a bluff overlooking the Pacific. Accessible picnicking and cabin; annual Mountain Play. (415) 388-2070
  • Olompali (State Historic Park) This park was the site of the largest Coast Miwok villages. The discovery of a 16th-century English coin suggests possible contact with Sir Francis Drake. Day use only. Accessible picnicking. (415) 892-3383
  • Samuel P. Taylor (State Park) Enjoy open hillsides with hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian trails, creeks, canyons, and thriving redwoods. Some accessible campsites, 2 group camps, an equestrian camp, accessible picnic area and trail. (415) 488-9897
  • Tomales Bay (State Park) is a 6800 acre estuary located on the central California coast approximately 40 miles northwest of San Francisco. It is twelve miles long and relatively shallow, occupying the seaward end of a rift valley created by the San Andreas fault.

Law Enforcement

  • Auditor-Controller The mission of the Auditor-Controller is Office is to serve the Marin County community by providing excellent and responsive fiscal leadership, advocating financial integrity and accountability in county government through the monitoring and reporting of financial performance, promoting economy and efficiency, safeguarding public funds, and fulfilling the many legal mandates of the office.
  • County Clerk
  • Marin County District Attorney The Marin District Attorney has taken aggressive steps to address the issues facing the expanding senior Marin population.
  • Marin County Sheriff's Office
  • Marin County Fire department
  • Treasurer-Tax Collector is an elected position. The mandate of the office is to receive, safeguard, and invest County, Schools, and Special District funds, to collect taxes and revenues, and to probate estates for County residents when required as public administrator.

Transportation

  • SMART (Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit Rail District)
  • Los Angeles International Airport
  • Marin County Airport at Gnoss Field The Marin County Airport is staffed and maintained by the County's Public Works Department (DPW) for the benefit of the flying public. With a 3300' lighted runway, parallel-lighted taxiway and GPS approach Gnoss is ready to serve the needs of the community 24 hrs/day. The airport is attended days and night security is on duty all nights. Gnoss Field CTAF is 123.075 mhz. Fuel is offered by concession (EMC Petroleum) in both 100LL and Jet A grades.
  • (BGF) Blue and Gold Fleet Blue & Gold Fleet is the Bay Area's largest provider of ferry and water excursion services.
  • GGT (Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District) Based in San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District operates the Golden Gate Bridge, and two public transit systems: Golden Gate Transit buses and Golden Gate Ferry. Last year 40 million vehicles crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and 11 million customers rode the transit systems.

Library

  • Marin County Free Library Marin County Free Library
  • Belvedere-Tiburon Library Combines the innovations and technical advances of today with the warmth and accessibility of the best of traditional community centered libraries.
  • Larkspur Public Library The newest MARINet member library, online December 3, 2001. We are a cozy library with historic charm and friendly service dedicated to enriching the lives of all who use it.
  • Mill Valley Public Library Providing the opportunity for knowledge and personal enrichment; a variety of materials and resources reflecting the needs of the community; and encourages children to read.
  • San Anselmo Library This newly renovated Carnegie Library has preserved the small-town, friendly feeling it's had since it was built in 1915.
  • San Rafael Public Library A user-friendly library with historic roots in the community.

Entertainment

  • Art Works Downtown, Inc.
  • Elly Simmons Elly paints her love and exuberance towards life. She paints not only what brings her happiness, but also what moves her to sorrow or to anger. She paints to protest injustice, but also to celebrate the beauty of existence.
  • Ross Valley Winery Grape juice, passion and alchemy distinguish the fine winemaking at Ross Valley Winery.
  • Golden Gate Opera Golden Gate Opera provides professional, inspiring opera performances for opera enthusiasts, families and children in a variety of settings, as well as numerous outreach programs focusing on broadening area students' fine-arts experiences and inspiring at risk youth.
San Mateo County, CA

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