Emeryville’s community is both intimate and diverse. Though the city began over a century ago as a modest tract of land north of Oakland, it has since blossomed into a unique city in its own right, offering first-class education, health, cultural, and government services.
Emeryville is served by the Emery Unified School District, which enrolls approximately 700 students in its elementary, middle, and high schools. A city-sponsored child development center serves pre-schoolers, while the trilingual Pacific Rim International School serves Japanese, Chinese, and English-speaking elementary students.
Emeryville also offers myriad services for its senior citizen community. A one million dollar renovation of the Art Deco Emeryville Senior Center has made it the regional focal point for more than 1,000 senior citizens and their families.
Here you can learn more about Emeryville’s schools and health services, read the complete story of the city’s history, discover what the artists’ community has to offer, and find plenty of links and information for local and regional governmental bodies.
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