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About Davis

Davis, California, is a friendly and welcoming college-town located in Yolo County. Davis is known as the most bicycle friendly town in the nation, and it is ranked as one of the best U.S. towns to live in; it has ample student housing with apartment complexes throughout downtown and adjacent to UC Davis.


While at Davis, students can enjoy visiting the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame. Students can easily commute between their apartment rental, their job, and school due to Davis’s numerous bike lanes and bike paths. Furthermore, Davis’s mild climate and flat roads make it easy for students to get around town.


Along with a range of attractive apartment complexes to choose from, Davis’s residents can enjoy unique events throughout the year, such as Davis’s Transmedia Art Walk, a weekly Farmer’s Market, and Celebrate Davis—an annual festival featuring live music, food, and exciting attractions, like rock climbing and zip-lining.


UC Davis has a popular viticulture program (the study of winemaking and grape growing) and a strong Animal Science department. Students can enjoy an on-campus dairy, meat processing plant, arboretum, and equestrian facility—all near convenient student housing, as well as world-renowned theatre productions at Davis’s Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts. UC Davis is also known for its graduate programs in veterinary medicine, law, education, and nursing. In addition to the prestigious UC Davis, students will also find an off-campus branch of Sacramento City College.


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Davis Stats
State: California Senator Lois Wolk (D)[3]
Incorporated: March 28, 1917[1]
ZIP Code: [8] 95616 95618
Area Stats
Land: 9.887 sq mi (25.608 km2)
Water: 0.032 sq mi (0.082 km2)  0.32%
Elevation: [6] 52 ft (16 m)
Density: 6,600/sq mi (2,600/km2)

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