A delightful bayside community, with a deep-water port and marinas, Redwood City covers a large part of the southern San Francisco Bay shoreline located in San Mateo County. The city's newly revitalized downtown boasts a twenty screen theatre complex, plus some of the finest restaurants, specialty shops, and hometown ambiance in the area. Redwood City celebrates community and neighborhood pride with one of the nation's largest 4th of July parades, as well as a Salsa Festival, Summer Dance Series, Pet Parade and a multitude of arts fairs and music concerts. The city has a booming business climate, with the technology giant, Oracle, at its center, and the Seaport Conference Center attracts visitors from around the globe. Redwood City features a large variety of housing opportunities from its tranquil shores through its lush rolling hills. With its diverse and dynamic community, residents and visitors alike delight in the energy and spirit of Redwood City.
Woodside is nestled among the redwood-covered mountains along the coastal ridge of the San Francisco Peninsula and is located close to the Silicon Valley and Stanford University. Founded by explorers and fur-traders in the 1830s, the town has retained its rural character and natural charm. Residents enjoy extensive trails for horseback riding, cycling and hiking and the weekends bring in visitors for equestrian and biking events. Downtown is quaint but convenient, featuring a handful of restaurants as well as an independent grocery store, a hardware store and a home and garden store. Woodside is home to many Silicon Valley professionals, well-known entertainers, high-tech entrepreneurs and CEOs, making it one of the country's most desirable communities. Rural charm and outstanding location make Woodside quite a town.