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Have you considered Benicia? It is very depressed, and there is little access to urban amenities, and little ability to get around on transit. El Cerrito is another place to consider, though somewhat intermediate in price. Come to our farmers market and check out the town- every Thursday from I know that there will be people who will say to stay away from Vallejo with kids.
Farmers market? We've got an awesome farmers market, lots of trails that aren't crowded!
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Oh, and just a direct, easy ferry ride to the city! What's the catch? Is it generally kid friendly? We spend a lot of time in the car but you know what? Other downsides: not a lot of really good dining choices. We are saving so much money we leased an electric car to get in the car pool lane, so that problem is solved. Do we wish things were closer? We found a beautiful house there in the heritage district with gardens, close to a park, and walking distance to downtown and the ferry.
We were looking for a family friendly community with good schools in the area and we stumbled upon Benicia. But who I really want to hear from are families who live there. Don't do it - especially if you have kids - coming from someone who lived there and husband was born and raised there. Truth is And you can see that with the parades, the holiday festivals, watching fireworks on Mare Island There is more support for the arts here than anywhere else I've lived.
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Any advice? Are some neighborhoods better than others?
So good I almost am hesitant to post this, because we like the quiet streets, less congestion and the feeling that we know we're on the verge of something amazing the way Silverlake was. Never seen anything like it. I understand that the loss of public transport will be a huge difference, and all the other amazing amenities, but the bang for the buck looks incredible.
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We had the crazy mortgage in west LA We paid so little for our adorable 's Vallejo bungalow with charm galore, on a tree lined street with a gigantic yard Yes, there are bad areas, but there are also amazing family friendly gorgeous neighborhoods like ours.
So the 'catch'?
That's the biggest downside. And open spaces. I love love love Oakland, but the rents have gotten way out of control in case you all hadn't noticedand we are needing to upgrade to a 2 BR and do not have the money to purchase anything in this crazy market. Heck yeah. I have 2 young sons and we absolutely love it here!
I recently moved from Berkeley to Benicia because, like you, we needed more space and couldn't afford more space in Berkeley. Yes, you get 'the look' when you tell people you live in Vallejo gasp! Assuming you have children, Vallejo doesn't seem like a good choice. Loving Vallejo. My partner, our six-year old, and I are being displaced from our long-term home in Berkeley through an owner move-in eviction. We have a cute little downtown with a great library and community pool, awesome parks and playgrounds, good schools, a great Farmers market every Thursday on the main drag, a neat artist community, and wonderful people in general.
Napa Valley is 20 minutes away. Does it feel safe? And community spirit and true love for the town and it's well being.
Hint: these are all the reasons we love Oakland Spend some time in Vallejo -- at least hang out there for a couple of day trips. The downtown area is slowly on the 'up and up', mare island is cool, and the ferry to SF is nice. We know a same-sex couple with a 2-year-old who live in Vallejo and are happy there, and I believe they plan to stay.
You should also take some day trips to Hayward and San Leandro. But I remember that look when I lived in Silverlake and Echo Park in LA in the early 's and now it's as expensive and desirable as the west side. Both are cheaper than Oakland, and they have ok downtowns, and access to transit. Being brave enough to take the leap! I think Vallejo is on fast forward for just that kind of renaissance, so I don't mind the looks so much.
Where do your kids go to school? Richmond is poorer but has a progressive city government and an interesting art scene. Vallejo CA living dating we can afford it! Yeah, it's pretty good here. Some of them have started businesses. And the perfect weather rarely do we have fog, yet always a breeze. But guess what? But I doubt it's any worse than Berkeley or Oakland, and the good thing is, you will know your neighbors, and even the police they even have 3 specially ased people just for community quality of life issues, can you imagine that in Oakland?
The drive to Berkeley or Oakland takes 20 minutes off time, more in rush hours. The schools sound awful but improving? Anyone willing to talk about their experience?
In Hayward and in Contra Costa Unified Richmondalthough many of the students are poor, there is better access to resources. But none of them have kids. Seriously consider Benicia We love Vallejo.
The only good side to Vallejo is that you could get a historic house for much less money than in Oakland. What's the downtown like?
We looked in Berkeley and Oakland, and what you get for the money seemed insane. Thank you in advance! My spouse was there for work and experienced vandalism to the car, which could happen anywhere, but hasn't happened in any other place during the day.
A lot of people don't even know Benicia exists, but it was the state capital in the 's so has some interesting history. The schools in Vallejo suffer from having many students in poverty and little access to resources. Benicia is a small town on the carquinez strait bordering Vallejo. I unfortunately don't know much more than that we know this couple from our prenatal group, and only see them once every few months nowbut I hope this is helpful.
We bought here last summer and haven't regretted it for one minute. Our initial concern about this town is that there is a refinerybut it hasn't bothered us at all since we've been here about 6 months.
Not sure about Vallejo but check out the May Valley area of Richmond! I also don't mind when we look at our bank ! They're great people!
Vallejo hasn't recovered from the loss of income from the military who left in the 90's. But I also am proud of Vallejo, and want to dispell the myths. Some are artists.