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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
Bob Dunning: Senior housing is next up for voters

Now that Nishi has become the first Measure R project to pass muster with the voters, we'll soon have the opportunity to make it 2-for-2 in 2018 when the West Davis Active Adult Community appears on our November ballot along with a boatload of statewide races. Nishi, which had already failed once with the voters, was considered a coin flip by most Davis "experts" the second time around, but it sailed past the voters in a landslide.

Former executive director of Vacaville Museum heads to direct Museum...

Shawn Lum, the former executive director of the Vacaville Museum, pointed to the museum's latest acquisition, an early 1900s boys' red three-quarters pantsuit and jacket that once belonged to a very young Rep. Frank Buck Jr. of Vacaville. As she beamed from ear to ear and smiled during a Thursday interview at the Buck Avenue museum, discussing the clothing that must have made Buck look like a young matador, her remarks were part of the last time the longtime museum chief would formally speak with The Reporter.

Summer is here, and so are the construction projects

Summertime in Davis has become synonymous with road repairs and public works projects, and this summer is no exception - 11 major projects are either underway or due to break ground in the coming months. The makeovers include repair to roads throughout the city, as well upgrades to utilities, bike paths, sidewalks, water and sewer lines, traffic signals, and other projects designed to improve the Davis community.

UCD's top graduate shares journey to mental well-being

Emily Eijansantos of Livermore executes the movements of wushu martial arts with strength of spirit and showmanship - in such contrast to the anxiety and self-doubt she experienced during her early studies UC Davis. Helped by the sport to recover her own emotional well-being and raise funds in support of mental health, she was honored as the campus' top graduating senior on Friday.

Two Davis friends go traveling for a cause

Davis residents Dylan Klein and Nate Harper are heading to Kenya to help students like this one at the Candlelight School. Courtesy photo With summer finally setting in, most college students can be found lounging at the pool or heading to the beach.

Yolo Hospice: Well-worn wisdom from a 95-year-old

From left, Dr. Jack Berger, founder of Yolo Hospice, board president Marion Franck, former board president Verne Mendel and Yolo Hospice employee Rhonda Watterson smile during Mendel's 95th birthday celebration at Yolo Hospice. Courtesy photo Verne Mendel is within spitting distance of a 100th birthday.

Manetti Shrem Museum's summer season features Susan Swartz and Andrea Chung

The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis, launches its summer season on Saturday, June 30. "Breaking Away: 2006-2018," Susan Swartz's museum debut on the West Coast, features new work straight from the artist's studio. "You broke the ocean in half to be here," San Diego artist Andrea Chung's first traveling museum exhibition, highlights her inventive use of collage, printmaking and photography to explore legacies of colonialism and migration.

USDA collaborates with Yolo teachers to learn new skills

John Miller of Yolo High School and Andy Martinez of Davis High School sitting at their station while Dr. Craig Wilson instructs them on the corn earworm at the National Germplasm Clonal Center in Davis. Instead of cracking open a textbook and having their students read paragraph after paragraph, teachers across Yolo County are preparing to have science examined under a microscope come fall through hands-on activities.

Daniel Marsh case returns to Yolo Superior Court

There is another long road ahead for Daniel Marsh - a Yolo County teen who was convicted of first-degree murder for the slaying of an elderly Davis couple. Marsh was 15 years old when he broke into the Davis home of home of Oliver "Chip" Northup, 87, and his wife Claudia Maupin, 76, who were stabbed to death on April 14, 2013.

Be a volunteer reader

Calling all readers! The Summer Dialogic Reading Program is gearing up for its third year and would love the help of Davis community members. The program, which runs from June 26 to Aug. 9, matches volunteers with Davis kindergarten through sixth-grade students to read, discuss and enjoy books together.

City hosts open house on street improvements

The city of Davis Public Works Department invites the community to attend an open house for the 14th Street/Villanova Drive improvements project. The city has developed design concepts with consulting firm Alta Planning + Design for resurfacing and complete streets improvements on 14th Street and Villanova Drive between F Street and Sycamore Lane.

Poker Has a 'Tell' About Strategic Thinkers

Researchers from three universities studied the interactions of more than 35,000 individuals playing millions of poker hands online to gain insight into how people process strategic information in competitive settings. They found that expert players use uncertainty to conceal their intentions - a complicated type of information processing.

Arts Center offers cooking classes

Davis Arts Center is thrilled to welcome Teresa Urkofsky, who will be teaching culinary arts camps this summer for kids and teens. An instructor at American River College, Urkofsky has worked as a chef at Paragary's, opening all three of the CafA© Bernardo restaurants, including the Davis location.

Lake Tahoe clarity hurt after drought, extreme precipitation

Historic drought followed by record-breaking precipitation and warm lake temperatures converged to produce the lowest annual average clarity levels recorded at Lake Tahoe in 2017, indicates data released by the Tahoe Environmental Research Center at UC Davis. The average annual clarity level for 2017 was 59.7 feet.

See terraform artwork

"Sound Stone" by Ianna Frisby is in her show at the Pence Gallery, running June 22 to Aug. 19. Courtesy photo "Terraforms: Sculptures by Ianna Frisby" runs from June 22 to Aug. 19 at the Pence Gallery, 212 D St. in downtown Davis. A reception is planned for 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, July 13. Frisby's new body of work was spurred on by a recent trip to Belize, where she explored underground limestone caves that served as burial grounds and repositories for ancient artifacts.

UCD's Segar appointed Aggie Square planning director

UC Davis Chancellor Gary May has appointed Robert Segar to serve as planning director of Aggie Square in Sacramento. Segar serves as associate vice chancellor for campus planning and environmental stewardship, a position he will continue to hold.

With more ballots counted, no changes in local races

While both are headed to the Davis City Council, the candidate with the highest vote total between the two will become mayor in two years. With an additional 6,787 votes added to the 18,280 tallied on election night, Partida had increased her lead over Carson from 241 votes to 383.

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