First and foremost, Davis is a college town — home to UC Davis. The university offers bountiful opportunities for intellectual stimulation, as well as recreational and cultural activities. Most households and businesses in this community of 60,000 people have some connection to the campus. Park, Vaughan, Fleming & Dowler LLP certainly is a part of that.
Internationally prominent in numerous fields, UC Davis has professional schools of law, business management, medicine and education, as well as colleges of engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences, letters and science, and biological sciences. U.S. News & World Report has ranked UC Davis 11th among public universities nationwide.
The city of Davis, protected from urban sprawl by surrounding agricultural and wildlife buffers, is within easy reach of a broad range of activities. Straddling Interstate 80 midway between the San Francisco Bay Area and the Sierra Nevada peaks, Davis is a small-town refuge amid one of the best regions in the world to live.
We’re within a two-hour drive of the vineyards of Napa Valley, the cultural attractions of San Francisco, pristine mountain camping and wilderness hiking locales, lake and river boating and fishing, and winter sports activities at some of the nation’s finest ski areas, including Squaw Valley, site of the 1960 Winter Olympics.
You can learn more about Davis here:
• Yolo County Visitors Bureau
• Davis Chamber of Commerce
• Davis Downtown Business Association
• Davis Wiki