Anyone interested in working for the Town of Discovery Bay can check here for available openings; in addition, you may wish to submit a resume that can be kept on file for 12 months in the event that a new position opens for which you may be a suitable candidate.
As we continue to develop the new site, check back often for new content and information. As the initial data populates the site, we’ll begin adding more general information about the town, including photos, calendar events, and informational news about what’s happening in Town. Stay tuned, and we all hope you like the new feel and ease of navigation the new site brings
The Delta is a sportsman’s paradise, with outdoor activities for everyone! Weather you like a leisurely paddle atop your paddleboard, casting a lure for the big one that got away, or heading out for days of wake boarding and skurfing, the Delta is the place, and Discovery Bay is where it all begins!
Fishing is supreme in the Delta, and is home to Bluegill, Readear, Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Striped Bass, Crappie, Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, and Shad, Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon runs as well as delectable crawdads.
Whether you’re looking for a rush with Zumba or a little slower pace with Yoga, the Community Center is the place!
We offer a wide variety of programs for all ages and interests. Our classes are taught by many of the same instructors that work in neighboring communities, and we offer those classes at a much lower rate for Discovery Bay residents.
Just check out the guide and sign up, you’ll be glad you did!
The Delta region is comprised of over 1200 miles of waterways protected by over 1000 miles of levees. The area is enjoyed and relied on by those seeking the rich argriculture of the region.
In 1839, John Sutter and 13 others traveled the delta region to search for settlement opportunities for others migrating from Europe. The group navigated the Delta waters, departing from Yerba Buena (San Francisco) and after 12 days they met up with the American River, making land at what would eventually become the capitol city (Sacramento).
A proposed twin-tunnel water conveyance project that would re-direct water flowing from the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers directly to man-made aqueducts headed to the south is a highly controversial project at this time. The Town encourages you to explore this project and learn more about it. A simple internet search will provide the information that will help you become more familiar with the project and its impacts on the Delta and Discovery Bay.
This photo gallery depicts life in and around Discovery Bay. The Town of Discovery Bay would like to thank local professional photographers Bill Klipp and Stacey Chance for the use of their photos in this slide show. Both Bill and Stacey’s information is located below. Some of the included photos are also provided by the Town of Discovery Bay and Reclamation District 800.