Resources

  • Community

  • Bay Cities Masonic Lodge

    A consolidated lodge for many of the lodges near El Sobrante, including Richmond, Pinole, Hercules, El Cerrito, and Albany.

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Contra Costa

    A world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through their doors.

  • C4AGES

    Strategize and partner in the implementation of sustainable practices that beautify and strengthen El Sobrante.

  • El Sobrante Historical Society

    Promoting awareness and appreciation of El Sobrante Valley history through preservation and education.

  • El Sobrante Library

    The library, built in 1961 and enlarged in 1975 to double its size, serves a community of 16,000 residents.

  • El Sobrante Rotary Club

    A global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders and problem-solvers who see a world where people take action to create lasting change.

  • El Sobrante Valley Alliance

    Born from the grassroots organizing campaign to fend off a proposed methadone clinic on San Pablo Dam Rd.

  • Friends of Garrity Creek

    A political organization in Contra Costa County, California which promotes the preservation of Garrity Creek.

  • Friends of the El Sobrante Library

    Currently our library is closed, due to a fire at the end of Feb, 2018.  It is due to open again in 2019, hopefully by June.

  • Indivisible Group

    Welcome those resisting the Trump administration and agenda located in El Sobrante and nearby areas.

  • Meals on Wheels, West Contra Costa Region

    Meals on Wheels, West Contra Costa Region delivers more than 350 hot, nutritious meals Monday through Friday to homebound clients age 60 and over.

  • Richmond Elks Lodge 1251

    Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy, aid veterans and improve quality of life.

  • SPAWNERS

    SPAWNERS remove invasive plants and trash, restore creek banks, plant native flora, and much more.

  • West County Forum

    Keep up with the issues and leaders in local government with the West County Forum… Guests are always welcome!

  • Schools

  • Bethel Christian Academy

    Private, K-12. BCA exists to bring glory to God by training children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.

  • Calvary Christian Academy

    Private, PK-12. A Christian school located in El Sobrante, CA with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1.

  • Crespi Junior High School

    Public, 7-8. A rigorous curriculum, a variety of school activities and a network of support services.

  • DeAnza High School

    Public, 9-12. A secondary school located in Richmond, with rigorous Pathways programs and college prep.

  • El Sobrante Christian School

    Private, K-12. ESCS integrates a strong Biblical Christian World view into everything they teach, from music class to math.

  • Murphy Elementary School

    Public, K-6. Approximately 510 students coming from culturally and economically diverse populations.

  • Olinda Elementary School

    Public, K-6. A safe environment where all students can develop academically, emotionally and socially.

  • Sheldon Elementary School

    Public, K-6. A Gold Ribbon school,  it has 375 students in grades K-6 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1.

  • Valley View Elementary School

    Public, K-6. All students are given skills, opportunities and encouragement to prepare for a successful future.

  • HOA

  • Carriage Hills South Neighborhood Council

    The Neighborhood Council for Carriage Hills South, El Sobrante. For information or to get involved, call Karen Atkins at 1-925-830-4848, x27.

  • El Sobrante Hills Neighborhood Council

    The Neighborhood Council for the El Sobrante Hills. For information or to get involved, call (510) 620-6511.

  • Greenbriar Neighborhood Council

    The Neighborhood Council for Greenbriar. For information or to get involved, call (510) 620-6511.

  • Quail Hill Neighborhood Council

    The Neighborhood Council for the Quail Hill. For information or to get involved, call (510) 620-6511.

  • Government

  • City of Richmond

    Located in the East Bay region of the Bay Area, Richmond borders the cities of San Pablo, Albany, El Cerrito, and Pinole.

  • Contra Costa Community Services Bureau

    Contra Costa serves over 2,000 children and their families in our Head Start, Early Head Start and Child Development programs.

  • Contra Costa County Fire Protection District

    Providing our communities with professional services dedicated to the preservation of life, property and the environment.

  • Contra Costa County Sheriff

    Over 1,100 sworn and professional employees providing the highest level of law enforcement and customer services.

  • May Valley Neighborhood Council

    The Neighborhood Council for May Valley, El Sobrante. For information or to get involved, call (510) 620-6511.

  • Municipal Advisory Council

    A volunteer board of residents, appointed by Supervisor Gioia, that advises the Board of Supervisors on local issues.

  • Richmond Neighborhood Coordinating Council

    The Neighborhood Coordinating Council for the City of Richmond. For information or to get involved, call (510) 620-6511.

  • Utilities

  • EBMUD

    EBMUD provides water and sewage treatment services for approximately 331 square miles of the East Bay.

  • PG&E

    Provides natural gas and electricity to most of the northern two-thirds of California, which represents 5.2 million households.

  • West County Waste Water

    WCWD serves approximately 34,000 residences and 2,450 commercial and industrial businesses.

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