Vallejo made the list for the America’s Richest Cities. See why.Read More
For decades, developer Rick Holliday has been one of the Bay Area’s most prolific and forward-thinking builders of both market-rate and affordable housing, creating thousands of units from West Oakland and Emeryville to San Francisco’s South of Market and Bayview districts.Read More
Vallejo has upped its game and is preparing to convince Amazon why that city deserves to be the home of the online retail giant’s second headquarters. Amazon announced Sept. 7 it plans to open another headquarters in North America and it is soliciting pitches from cities and states for what it calls HQ2. The online retailer said it expects to invest more than $5 billion in construction and create as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs for the lucky winner.Read More
The city of Vallejo announced a deal Wednesday with Inyo Networks Inc. to market Internet services over the city-owned fiber-optic network by this summer.
The deal, the city stated, will use its network, now is used to communicate among city departments. Vallejo stated it has no debt connected with the network, and it can be put into place without significant capital investments.