Suisun City is rich in water‐oriented natural and recreational resources, as well as
historic architecture and other heritage resources. Natural watercourses traverse the community providing opportunities to increase recreational access for people that enjoy kayaking, fishing, bike riding, bird watching, cycling, and hiking. The City is near lands designated by state and federal agencies for natural resource preservation and recreation access and programs, such as those offered from the Suisun Wildlife Center.
The Suisun Marsh, the largest contiguous brackish water marsh remaining on the west coast of North America, surrounds the City on the south, and abounds with recreational and open space benefits. Throughout the City, there are stunning views of the Suisun Marsh, Vaca Hills to the north, the Coastal Range beyond to the west, and the Montezuma Hills to the southeast.
The City’s historic Downtown is designated by the state as historically significant,
where beautifully preserved buildings are built along narrow, pedestrian‐friendly
streets adjacent to the newer commercial and mixed‐use Downtown core.
Suisun City continues to offer a prime location for housing and employment along the Capitol Corridor commuter route, with a beautiful and unique waterfront setting. SR 12 and Interstate 80 provide bus transit, truck, and vehicular access to the Bay Area and Sacramento metropolitan areas.
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With its location just south of Fairfield (population of 110,018 as of 2014), City residents have close access to many employment opportunities and businesses have access to Fairfield labor and consumer markets. City decision makers have shown a determination to invest in improving public plazas and parks, improving infrastructure Downtown, and seek grant funding to remediate properties affected by hazardous materials, in order to grow as a more vibrant community.
Current and Future Development
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