Vallejo, California is a lovely waterfront city in Solano County. The western section of the city is the oldest and home to many historical buildings and landmarks. The area referred to as West Vallejo begins as far south as I-80 and Sonoma Boulevard and stretches west and north to the waterfront. The city was creative in their street naming. North-south streets are named after counties and east-west streets after US Navy battleships. The alleys between the east-west ships are named after bygone car companies. Founded in 1851, the city was later incorporated in 1868.
Encompassing downtown and the historic district, there are several local boutiques and retailers in West Vallejo, as well as the greater city. Nearby conveniences include markets, coffee shops, bars, and banks. Spend an afternoon visiting the Vallejo Aquarium or the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum. The year round farmers market is open Saturdays 9am to 2pm. There are several parks in West Vallejo including eleven acre Lake Dalwigk Park and waterfront green spaces, Independence Park and River Park. Also along the waterfront is Vallejo Yacht Club and the Vallejo Municipal Marina for water enthusiasts.
Being the most historic area of the city, there are many stunning older homes in West Vallejo, including many Victorians downtown. Other styles commonly found in West Vallejo are Ranch, Contemporary and Craftsman. The median listing price for single family homes in West Vallejo is approximately $320,000. Residents are served by the Vallejo Police and Fire Departments, as well as the Vallejo Unified School District.
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