Get up to $200 Prepaid Card*

Get up to $200 Prepaid Card* with select triple play orders

Tap to Call

Bundle XFINITY TV and high Speed Internet and start saving today, while enjoying the best On Demand experience and the most reliable in home WiFi available.

Moving to davis, california?
Here are some helpful links to get you started.

About: davis, california

Davis is located in central California near Sacramento. The city's motto is "Most Bicycle Friendly Town in the World," and it lives up to this standard. The residents of Davis, including UC Davis students, enjoy an extensive network of bike lanes, paths and crossings. The flat terrain and mild climate make bicycling a popular mode of transportation for those who call Davis home. Notable natives have included musician Josh Davis (DJ Shadow), musician Michael Franti, and author Peter S. Beagle (The Last Unicorn).

Population: 60308
Local Newspapers: The Davis Enterprise Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs Sacramento River Cats
Local Colleges: University of California-Davis D-Q University (Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University)

Zip Codes associated with davis, california: 95616
Towns/Cities near davis, california : Winters Webster Northstar Woodland Esparto

Davis News
Got bikes? Donate 'em

The Bike Campaign needs serviceable bikes for adult riders. This nonprofit volunteer organization's No.

Bike Month is coming

From bike auctions to biking to school, Loopalooza and more, the city and its Street Smarts program has lots of fun planned. Look for more events on next Friday's Next Generation page: * Saturday, May 6, Biking With Confidence: Whether your riding is rusty or you're proficient on your pedals, this class will teach you how to ride your bike in traffic, the rules of the road and tips to become a more predictable rider.

Davis Police Department honors its employees

The Davis Police Department honored its employees - and also welcomed new ones - for notable achievements that went beyond the call of duty. Sgt. Dan Powell was walking on a West Sacramento greenbelt last October when he came upon a woman in cardiac arrest and near death.

Thompson floats bill to name new Vallejo main post office after late Janet Capello

Vallejo's new main post office will be named for a well-loved Vallejo figure if U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson has his way. Thompson introduced a bill on Friday to designate the United States Postal Service facility at 2635 Napa St., as the "Janet R. Capello Post Office Building." "Janet was a remarkable woman who dedicated her life to helping our community, and renaming this building is a fitting tribute to her legacy," Thompson said in a statement.

Local man helps ZZ Tush channel 'that little ol' band from Texas'

His dad coaxed him out of the billiard halls with an old, strings-missing guitar - which led to his leaving home at 17 to play his music in Texas. Roche - now living in South Davis with his fiancA©e Peri Walker - see-sawed back and forth between pool and music before he realized the demons that come with such offbeat lifestyles were catching up to him.

'Gifted' is a poignant cinematic present

Starring: Chris Evans, McKenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan, Octavia Spencer, Jenny Slate, Glenn Plummer, John Finn, John M. Jackson and Elizabeth Marvel Indeed, they're cropping up everywhere these days: from AYSO fields to reality TV shows - Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson's parents really should be jailed, for child abuse - and from Suzuki music institutions to public school "gifted child" programs stalked by hyper-obsessive mothers and fathers. Somehow, in far too many cases, the child becomes either a commodity, a cash cow, or the instrument by which the parents live out their unfulfilled dreams.

UC Davis presents acclaimed comedy based on a Hitchcock classic

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with an action thriller, add a dash of Monty Python, and you have "The 39 Steps," a fast-paced whodunnit comedy. The show is "for anyone who loves the magic of theater, a riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft," a news release says.

Bob Dunning: Violence puts Picnic Day's future in jeopardy

As someone who has attended virtually every Picnic Day since I was 5 years old, it's like a knife through the heart to hear the many voices calling for this 103-year-old tradition to be scrubbed from the calendar forevermore. And yet, when police officers are beaten by a gang of thugs, the car of a 21-year-old woman driving home from work is trashed by a drunken mob, a gun is brandished downtown and several gunshots are reported near the UC Davis campus, it is once again time for a serious evaluation of this once-cherished event.

Hung jury favors acquittal in day-care molestation trial

A Yolo County jury declared itself deadlocked in favor of a not-guilty verdict Thursday in the case of a Davis day-care provider accused of molesting a 4-year-old girl. Jurors had announced Wednesday afternoon they were split 9-3 on a charge that Eduardo Alejandro Letelier committed an act of oral copulation with the girl.

UC Davis installs vending machine selling Plan B on campus

As well as the morning after pill, the vending machine is stocked full of condoms, pregnancy tests, tampons and Advil. The 'Wellness To Go' vending machine was installed in a study room at the University of California Davis earlier this month after two years of lobbying by student Parteek Singh He turned his focus to public health after an incident where one of his friends went to a pharmacy on a Friday night but they had sold out of emergency contraception.

How shifts in excitation-inhibition balance may lead to psychiatric disorders

In a special issue of Biological Psychiatry titled "Cortical Excitation-Inhibition Balance and Dysfunction in Psychiatric Disorders", guest editors Dr. Alan Anticevic and Dr. John Murray, both of Yale University, bring together seven reviews that highlight advancements in understanding the balance of excitatory and inhibitory signaling in the brain, and what might happen when it goes awry. Alterations in excitation/inhibition balance constitute an emerging theme in clinical neuroscience, wrote Anticevic and Dr. John Lisman of Brandeis University in a commentary accompanying the special issue.

Five Putah Creek Champions honored

Putah Creek Council announced the Putah Creek Champion award recipients for 2017 to be Bill Julian, Joe Krovoza, Brett Moffatt, Dan O'Hanlon, and Larry Bazel. The Council honored the volunteer leaders and the core pro bono legal team that represented the Council in its successful 1996 flow litigation and then negotiated the 2000 Putah Creek Accord.

Basha requests reassignment; new judge to hear juvenile dependency matters

Yolo County Superior Court Judge Steven Basha will cease hearing juvenile dependency matters effective in June, Presiding Judge Janet Gaard announced Thursday. Basha will continue to hear juvenile delinquency matters while Judge Samuel McAdam will hear juvenile dependency cases and Judge Sonia CortA©s will hear civil matters, Gaard said in a news release.

Bye, Bye Birdiea auditions planned in Davis

Davis Musical Theatre Company's Young Performers Theater announces auditions for its upcoming production of "Bye, Bye Birdie." Jan Isaacson will direct, with Adriel Cruz this tale of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers and rock & roll. Auditions for "Bye, Bye Birdie" will be held on Monday, May 8 and Tuesday, May 9 at 4:30 p.m., with select call-backs on Wednesday, May 10, at the Jean Henderson Performing Arts Center, 607 Pena Drive in Davis.

Israeli presents tale of two childhoods in Jerusalem

In her performance piece "A Land Twice Promised," Noa Baum tells childhood stories of herself and a woman she became friends with as an adult. There are similarities - both grew up in Jerusalem in the years before 1967 - but there is one crucial difference: Baum is Jewish, her friend, Jumana, is Palestinian.

A warm welcome

An army of energetic Davis college students and families joined with millions worldwide Sunday to celebrate Global Youth Service Day. Youths from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Islamic Center, SALAM and the Muslim Student Association met at the LDS meeting house on Elmwood Drive and Eighth Street to assemble donations that had been gathered over the previous two months into 50 bathroom kits for donation to Opening Doors, a refugee resettlement organization in Sacramento.

UC Davis performance features Assembly Dance Theatre of Taiwan

The UC Davis Institute for Theatre, Dance and Performance presents "Sounding Bodies," a dance concert featuring performances by guest artists from Assembly Dance Theatre of Taiwan as well as a new collaborative work by department of theater and dance chair David Grenke and professor Jon D. Rossini. It will take place in the Main Theatre of Wright Hall at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 11-13, with a 2 p.m. matinee on May 13. Assembly Dance Theatre was founded by the artistic director Yang Kuei-Chuan in 1993.

XFINITY Bundles are available in Davis, California. You can now bundle your digital TV, high speed Internet and Home Phone services into one package, and enjoy great discounts and the convenience of just one monthly bill. XFINITY offers residents of Davis, California the chance to save big while enjoying the latest digital home service technology. If you're in the market for Internet, TV and Phone and live in Davis, you can take advantage of XFINITY deals. Search and compare XFINITY offers in Davis and start saving on digital home services today. With XFINITY TV, residents of Davis, California can access all the latest entertainment, including an extensive On Demand service with thousands of programming options. Catch up on reality TV shows, movie classics and all the latest family-friendly TV entertainment. XFINITY Internet lets you surf and stream the way you want to. Residents of Davis can enjoy buffer-free Internet access and even watch live TV. There are a number of high speed internet packages available. Plus, XFINITY Internet is reliable and secure. XFINITY Home Phone service is a great addition to XFINITY TV and Internet bundles, allowing Davis residents to talk more for less. What's more, XFINITY Home Phone comes with unlimited nationwide text, a feature that saves you money on cell phone messaging. When you bundle all three digital home services, you enjoy bigger savings and all the benefits of XFINITY TV, Internet and Phone.

XFINITY High Speed Internet service is available in Davis, California. With XFINITY Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of Davis, California can sign up for XFINITY Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, XFINITY High Speed Internet service enables Davis residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, XFINITY Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, XFINITY Internet offers Davis a great Internet product, for less.

Entertainment for less from XFINITY TV is available in Davis, California. XFINITY TV packages bring Davis residents all the latest shows, sports and hit movies, directly to their own home. Gone are the days when you wait weeks if you miss an episode of your favorite series, or you can't find anything to watch - XFINITY TV has a wide selection of programming for the whole family, as well as an extensive On Demand service with thousands of entertainment options. Whether you enjoy classics, reality TV, blockbuster movies or just want to keep your kids entertained, XFINITY TV service has something for you. Residents of Davis, California can now pick the XFINITY TV package that meets their entertainment needs, and enjoy advanced technology including TV apps, while saving.