Discovery Bay is home to a number of local professional service businesses, retailers and home based businesses. Discovery Bay boasts two shopping centers, restaurants, banks, salons, pharmacies and many more.
Discovery Bay has something for everyone. Browse our website to find out more. There’s always an opportunity to start something new, and you can’t beat the commute!
For more information, contact the Discovery Bay Chamber of Commerce at (925) 235-0987, or visit them on their website.
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.
The Town of Discovery Bay (the “Town) is seeking Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified licensed contractors for the installation of 8 column caps, stucco repairs and painting of the East and West Entrance Masonry Walls/Planters located at Highway 4 and Discovery Bay Boulevard.
DISCOVERY BAY CSD IS A GROUNDWATER SUSTAINABLE AGENCY
The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) requires Groundwater Sustainable Agencies (GSAs) in high- and medium-priority basins to develop and implement Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs). The intent of SGMA is for groundwater to be managed by local public agencies and GSAs to ensure a groundwater basin is operated within its sustainable yield through the development and implementation of a GSP.
In continuing our efforts to address the many needs for improvements to the Discovery Bay Community Center and surrounding grounds, our next phase includes renovation of the Discovery Bay Dog Park! In an effort to minimize the inconvenience as much as possible, please note the following:
Effective October 1, 2018, the small dog park will temporarily close with an estimated renovation completion date of April 1, 2019.
West Nile virus is already endemic in Contra Costa County. What we do not want are new mosquitoes capable of transmitting Zika, dengue fever, chikungunya, or Yellow Fever viruses here in Contra Costa County. And right now, these mosquitoes are only two counties away, so the time is now to get the word out on how to prevent these new invasive mosquitoes.
Starting in summer 2015, Environmental Health has responded to citizen complaints about the presence of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in Discovery Bay. The HABs toxin, microcystin, has been found in some of the water samples. In summer of 2016, Environmental Health started routine sampling in various parts of Discovery Bay instead of just conducting complaint sampling.