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
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
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 Stationary Message Board shall be administered at the
District’s discretion and is restricted to use by the District
for District messaging, District-sponsored events, District
co-sponsored events, and events by a local non-profit,
provided that the message benefits Discovery Bay or its residents
and meets the requirements of this Policy.
Contra Costa Environmental Health (CCEH) encourages anyone planning to boat or enjoy the water in or around the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta this weekend to stay safe and avoid harmful algae blooms (HAB).
A bloom is a buildup of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) that creates a green, blue-green, white or brown coloring on the surface of slow-moving waterways. Contact can make people or pets very sick.
Note: After a very wet winter season that created endless delays, renovation work on the Town of Discovery Bay Dog Park will begin again starting June 3rd. Crews will begin with removing the old basketball court asphalt, creating new curbing, adding specialized bark, and completing turf and irrigation work. During the interim, a temporary dog park will be set up behind the pool on the southside of the Community Center.
DISCOVERY BAY CSD IS A GROUNDWATER SUSTAINABILITY AGENCY
The 2014 Sustainability Groundwater Management Act (“SGMA”) requires Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (“GSAs”) in high- and medium-priority basins to develop and implement a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (“GSP”). 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.