Communities We Serve

Explore the communities we serve through regional and neighborhood overviews, which feature plenty of information, census data, school information, and so much more.

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1 Woodside

1 Woodside

One of the oldest communities in the San Fransisco Bay Area, Woodside is popular among cyclists and equestrians for its breath taking landscapes of rolling hills and ancient redwoods. Woodside’s rustic aesthetic and connection to the lush landscape make it an ideal refugee from the bustling cityscapes just a short drive away. While easily accessible from the business and technology Goliaths of the Bay Area, Woodside’s serene environment and close knit community have made it one of the most desirable locals for settling down in America.

2 Portola Valley

2 Portola Valley

Portola Valley’s rural ambiance is reminiscent of earlier days. The town’s values emphasize it’s history, environmental heritage, excellent public schools, and volunteer based town government.  Portola Valley’s architectural guidelines which stress “blending in” make for perfect residences for those seeking to work towards the future while staying connected to the area’s past.

3 Menlo park

3 Menlo park

While home to some the world’s largest tech companies and venture capitalist firms, Menlo Park values family and community life over expansion. This central Bay Area location prides itself in it’s excellent public schools and is considered one of the most educated towns in America. Life in Menlo Park offers access to all of the Bay Area’s cultural and environmental opportunities while living within a close knit community.

4 Atherton

4 Atherton

The city of Atherton is a self-proclaimed ‘plain of oaks’. Native live oaks, white oaks, bays, redwoods, cedars, pines, and other ornamental trees cover the six square miles of town. Though the town is considered ‘rural’, it remains central to the bustling Silicon Valley and is one of the most opulent towns in America.

5 Redwood City

5 Redwood City

Boasting via the city slogan “Climate Best by Government Test”, Redwood City’s vibrant downtown is known as one of the great entertainment hubs of the San Francisco Peninsula. This quickly growing city is also home to several technology companies like Box, Oracle, Evernote, and Electronic Arts. Redwood City’s up-and-coming neighborhoods feature excellent locals for young adventure seekers and family homes alike.