posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 03:28 PM
Discovery Bay was established in the early 1970’s as a mostly weekend and summer resort community. Today, Discovery Bay has evolved into a thriving
year-round home for over 17,000 residents who enjoy small-town living against the Extreme Jet-Skiingbackdrop of over 1200 miles of Delta waterway.
Currently boasting a full-service marina, 3 public schools and 1 private school, 2 shopping centers and a business park, Discovery Bay now has the
infrastructure needed to support residents within their own community as well as serve those who travel to the area to enjoy the splendor of the
Boaters can navigate from Discovery Bay to the San Francisco Bay, enabling residents to literally go anywhere in the world from their backyard.
Whether you enjoy fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, or simply exploring the California Delta, there is no shortage of things to do here. Discovery
Bay enjoys a wonderful spectrum of seasonal climates including everything from warm summers to rainy winters.
Discovery Bay is no longer limited to simply Delta waterfront homes; it has developed into a community that provides something for everyone.
Discovery Bay offers gated lakefront homes as well as Country Club homes located on a world-class golf course. Recent additions include the 2 gated
communities of Lakeshore and The Lakes, as well as nearby Ravenswood, a community planned around a new public park.
While Discovery Bay is officially called the Town of Discovery Bay, Community Services District, we are still unincorporated. Our community is run as
a Community Services District (CSD) and governed by a 5-member Board of Directors. The CSD operates as a sort of ‘junior’ city providing such
services as water, wastewater, landscaping, and recreation and additionally provides a local government which interacts directly with the County.
District Board Meetings are held @ 7:00 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at the town office which is located at 1800 Willow Lake Road.
Residents are encouraged to attend these meetings - to get involved and stay informed about the issues and opportunities facing the Town of Discovery
© 2011 Town of Discovery Bay Community Services District. All Rights Reserved.
Copy and pasted from there web sight.I put a call in to there office and will hear back on monday i hope, if not i will call again....I would like to
know if this IS legal if there was a vote and the residents helped vote for this..If the community voted TO ok this then it might be ok for THEM.No
law broken?...I don't know i really want more info.