Neighborhoods and Landmarks
Modesto Boundary Lines - We service the entire city of Modesto. Starting from West Modesto, Bret Harte near Whitmore Ave. and S. Carpenter Rd. and all of Bystom, CA. From here head Northeast towards Modesto City Airport River Rd., Mitchell Rd. and Finch Rd. Yosemite Blvd. is close by also known as California State Route 132 heading north on Claus Rd. past Milnes Rd. all the way to Mary Grogan Community Park near Sylvan and Roselle Ave. From there we head West down Claratina Ave. past Oakdale Rd. and keep going past McHenry Ave. also known as California State Route 108. Crossing McHenry Ave. Claratina Ave. changes to Pelandale Ave., keep heading West on Pelandale Ave. and if you take a right on Tully Rd. you’ll run into Bangs Ave. and a little further north you will run into Kiernan Ave. also known as California State Route 219. You take that all the way out to Sisk Rd. and begin heading South, along California State Route 99. Here you will see Modesto Junio College. Shoemaker Ave. is close by, keep heading South to Blue Gum Ave. then Woodland Ave. keep going to Maze Blvd. also known as California State Route 132. A little further South we have Paradise Rd., Crows Landing Rd. and eventually we run back into Whitmore Ave., this is the city of Modesto.

Modesto Landmarks - The city of Modesto is full of landmarks, some are not present to day however they are listed here. McHenry Mansion located at 906 15th Street, McHenry Museum located at 1402 I Street, Modesto Arch on 9th and I street, Modesto Ash Tree Sierra and 3rd street, Pump Station No. 9 10th and Needham, Woolworth Company Sign 1014 10th street, Fire Station No. 2 629 2nd street, Cressey manor 915 17th street, Turner Hitching Post 1104 14th street, Modesto Herald Building 126 10th street, Hawke Castle 115 Magnolia Ave., McClure County Place 1500 N. McClure Rd., U.S. Post Office and Federal Building 1125 I street, Seventh Street Bridge Tuolumne River, Fire Bell 417 Chicago Ave. Enslen Park Stoddard Ave. and Enslen Ave., Graceda Park Sycamore Ave. and Needham Ave., Rammed Earth House also known as The Bradley Home 1027 Enslen Ave., Southern Pacific Railroad Depot 9th street and J street, Ralph Brown Residence 309 Magnolia Ave., Gallo Founders Building 401 11th street, The State Theatre 1307 J street, Graham Residence 206 Roselawn Ave., Masonic Temple 1500 J street, Stockton Savings Bank 1101 J street, H street façade of Modesto high School 18 H street, Wissner Medical Office Building 901 McHenry Ave., Elks Lodge 1222 First street, First Church of Christ Scientist 1328 H street, Acacia Memorial Park 801 Scenic Dr., Modesto Pioneer Cemetery 905 Scenic Dr., Modesto Cemetery 1001 Scenic Dr., St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery 1014 Scenic Dr., Stanislaus County Cemetery also known as Potters Field 1001 Scenic Dr., Dr. Donald Robertson Home 211 Elmwood Ct., Modesto City Christmas Tree 19th and H street and La Loma, Stanley Home 225 Stoddard Ave., John M. Walthhall Home 118 Sycamore Ave., Pacific Telephone Building 1012 11th street, Gundlach home 410 Elmwood Ave., Lish Residence 125 Poplar Ave., Guzman Residence 215 Stoddard Ave., Ayres Residence 319 Elmwood Ave., M.D. Harris Home 230 Sycamore Ave., Wheat Barge Tree also known as Valley Oak Tuolumne Regional Park, Bunya Bunya Tree Graceda Park, Balmannos Residence 207 Elmwood Ct., Casa De Cadrett also known as John and Mary Ann Caldrett Residence 201 Hintze Ave., Montrie and Robinson Residence 1001 Magnolia Ave., Earl Anderson Residence 501 Magnolia, Scully Residence 124 Sycamore Ave., Municipal Gold Course 400 Tuolumne Blvd., Foy Apartments 1418 – 1430 I street, Great valley Center was also called Centenary Methodist Church 201 Needham street, Johnson House 503 Morris Ave., Robertson house 215 Elmwood Ct., Lundgren House 218 Elmwood Ct., William J. Silva House 216 W. Morris Ave. and last our out list is Dr. John Kennedy (also known as Doc) ransom house 305 Magnolia Ave.

Modesto Neighborhoods - Here is a list of neighborhood communities in Modesto. We have Northeast Manor, Beyerwood East and Beyerwood West, Rose Lane, The Carolinas, Sylvan Meadows. On the other side of Coffee Rd., we have Claratina Estates, Loretelli Manor, Arbor Lane, North Hampton Park North, Pinehurst, Towery Plaza, McHenry Estates, Hyde Park, Walnut Park, Almond Tree and Sylvan Meadows. Moving across Oakdale Rd. we have Symphony Park, Silverado At The Village, Fairmont Pointe, Oakcrest, Hillglen Sunrise, Kodiak Village, Paptone West and Paptone East. Moving across Roselle Ave, we have Atherton Place, Villagio, Village Highlands, Sundance Lake, Fernwood, Lagos and Legends Village Millbrook Estates. Crossing over Floyd Ave. we have Falling Leaf, Banyon Estates, Olympic Park, Olympic Village East, Olympic Village, Orleans Estates, New England Square, Charleston Place, Center Court, Oxford Place The Renaissance, Nottingham Place, Adriana Gated Community, Bradley Estates Sierra View and Siena. Moving across E. Briggsmore Ave. Old Orchard, Lakewood Park, Sundance, Orangeburg Terrace, Lakewood Gardens, Fransen Estates, Hillsboro east, Cedar Creek Estates, Springcreek, Lincoln Estates, Scenic Heights, Wycliffe Heights, Scenic park Estates and Cedar Brook. Crossing over Claus Rd. we have Parker Place Songbird Meadows Goldencoast Estates, Fara Estates, Serno and Copper Creek. Moving South, we have Dry Creek Meadows, Creekwood Meadows, Scott Estates, Dry Creek Bluff, Valencia Plaza, Lincoln Square, Poppypatch, Granada Park, Grantland Manor, Riverside North and Brookview Estates. Heading West, we have Evergreen heights, Moran Estates, John Kristian Johansen Estates, Miro Loma, park Oaks, Oakridge and Laloma Terrace. Moving South West, we have Sunset Acres, Fairway Estates, Town and Country Terrace, Paradise Orchard and High School Acres. Heading North we have Pleasant Homes, Woodland Woods, crossing over California State Route 99 we have Evergreen Acres, Coleman park, Elmwood Court, East Modesto, Jason Park, The Bluff At Seven Falls, Brighton, Sunrise Homes, Yorkshire Grove, Palmetto Park, Aurora, College Gardens, College Fig Garden, North Park, College Village, College Ave, McHenry Village, Regina Heights, Geneva Heights, Wainwright Village, Tradewinds and Eastgate. Moving North on either side of McHenry Ave. we have Naraghi Lakes, Persian Terrace, Kingwood Estates, Rose Lane, Arbor Lane, Grand Prix Estates, Coleman Acres North, McHenry Estates, Tahitian Plaza, North Park and way out there is Del Rio. Vintage Fair Mall is by Vintage Commons. Another area of Modesto is Sherwood Forest, King Arthur’s Camelot, Sherwood Manor South, Mills Gardens and Montgomery Village Part.

Ripon Boundary Lines - Some Ripon boundary lines are Diamond Way, E. Clinton South Ave., W. River Rd., Jack Tone Rd. and N. Highland Ave. We then move South to California State Route 99 and we find N. Jack Tone Rd., Canal Blvd., W. Main St., E. West Ripon Rd., Lan Park, S. Morris Rd, S. Moffet Rd. and Jack Tone Golf Course. Next is Doak Blvd that turns into S. Stockton Ave., E. 4th St. back over highway 99 to Reynolds Ave., Mavis Stouffer Park, N. Manley Rd. near Spring Creek Gold & Country Club. We are near E. Milgeo Ave., S. Murphy Rd., N. Manley Rd., N. Ripon Rd. which puts near where we started, Diamond Way.

Ripon Landmarks - Some notable landmarks in or near Ripon, California are, Mistlin Sports Park, Mavis Stouffer Park, Curt Pernice Skate Park, Army Corps Park Ripon River, Lucca Winery and McHenry Recreation Area.

Ripon Neighborhoods - 4th St-2nd St, Acacia Park, Barton Oaks, Chesapeake, Cornerstone, Downtown, Harvest Park, Nancy Dr., Ripon West, River Rd., Stouffer Park.

Riverbank Neighborhoods - Neighborhoods in Riverbank are, Park Ridge Estates, Park Sierra, River Cove, Meyer, Southern Riverbank, Parkview Estates, Sierra Vista Estates, Elmwood Estates North, Newbrook, Quail Meadows, Crossroads, Lathrop Estates, Hayes, Howard, River Heights, Rose Brook, Trotters Ridge, The Gables, The Avenues, States, Snob Hill, Silverrock, Bright Unit Homestead, California Willows, Callander, Downtown, East Of Roselle and Kensington Place.

Riverbank Boundary Lines - Starting with River Cove Dr. near Jacob Myers Park heading West we have Park Ridge Dr. and Oakdale Rd. Moving South,we have Candelwood Pl., Chipponeri Rd. then we cross Patter Rd also known as California State Route 108. On the other side we have Silverrock Rd., Morrill Rd. and Claribel Rd. From here we East on Claribel Rd. crossing Roselle Ave. just past Terminal Ave. towards Clause Rd. Take Clause Rd. to Kentucky Ave. and make a right then a left on Snedigar Rd. another left onto Santa Fe St heading West towards 8th St. and make a right. This will take you into highway 108 near River Cove Dr. This is the boundary lines for the city of Riverbank.

Riverbank Landmarks - Riverbank is known as the “City of Action”. Each year Riverbank plays host to the Cheese & Wine Exposition. BNSF Railway has a mailline that runs through Riverbank, CA the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway locomotives are located in Riverbank.

Salida Boundary Lines - The boundary lines for the city of Salida are, Stoddard Ave., Sisk Rd., Pirrone Rd., Ciccarelli Rd. towards Hammett Rd. We then run into Bacon Rd. cross over California State Route 99 to Pelandale Ave., Dale Rd. and Bangs Ave. and California State Route 219 also known as Kiernan Ave. Some of the landmarks are Modesto Christian School, Caswell Memorial State Park, Mavis Stouffer Park and Funworks Modesto.

Salida Neighborhoods - We have 11 neighborhoods in Salida, California. They are, Glenwood, Morgan Glen Estates, Murphy’s Ferry, Vella Estates, Vintner Estates, Vizcaya, Kiernan Estates, Kiernan West, Sunnybrook Village, Sun Ridge West and West Salida.

Salida Landmarks - Nearby is Caswell Memorial State Park and Funworks. The Central Pacific Railroad established a railroad station here with the Spanish name of Salida, which means exit.

Turlock Boundary Lines - The city of Turlock begins with California State Route 99 and W. Taylor Rd., head East towards N. Quincy Rd. and make a right to E. Tuolumne Rd. From here you will head towards N. Walnut Rd. drive South towards E. Hawkeye Ave. then make a left drive a short distance and make a left onto N. Daubenberger rd. head South until you get to East Ave. From here head West on East Ave. towards S. Berkeley Ave, wiggle your way to S. Golden State Blvd., drive down W. F street towards Lander Ave., this will take you into California State Route 99. Cross over Highway 99 on Linwood Ave. keep drive past S. Tegener Rd. until you get to S. Washington Rd., from here head North towards Fulkerth Rd. keep driving past W. Monte Vista Ave. until you get to W. Taylor Rd., this is the boundary line for the city of Ceres.

Turlock Neighborhoods - Neighborhoods in Turlock are, Claremont Meadows, Sun Ridge South, Legends North, Ventana, Promenade, Sterling Oaks South and Sterling Oaks North. We then move South to Autumn Brook, Dewar Estates, Cottage Park, Countryside Estates, Countryside West and Aspenwood. A little further South is laurel Park, Venture Park, Eight Avenue Park, Big Sky Village, Reich Estate South, Glenwood Park Linwood Estates, Viera Estates and Reich Ranch Estates. Moving North we have Pinecrest Estates Sunny View Berkeley Gardens Fairvale Manor, Wallace Gardens, Broadway Terrace, Donnelly Park Estates, Glengarden, Philips Park, La Mesa park and Walnut Forest. Still moving North, we have, Silverado Heights, Bristol Park, Kensington Estates, Arbor Estates North, Cummings Estates, Elizabeth Court, Anderson Estates, Alpine Estates, Ashley Estates, Milestone and Ventana.

Turlock Landmarks - Landmarks in Turlock. We have the Curt Andre Park 4234 Kilroy Rd, Turlock, Markley Park 3180 Berkely Ave, Turlock, 95382, Turlock Historical Society 108 S. Center St. Turlock, Broadway Park 501 Broadway, Turlock, Crane Park 1555 E. Canal Dr., Turlock, Canegie Art Center 250 N. Broadway, Turlock and Pedretti Park 2400 N Tegener Rd. Turlock, 95380.

Oakdale Boundary Lines - We service the entire city of Oakdale. We have California State Route 108 and California State Route 120 which runs through the city of Oakdale. Just North of the Stanislaus river we have River Oak Grace Community Church, coming back into town heading South crossing the Stanislaus river we are on N. Yosemite Blvd. heading into Oakdale. We move through the major intersection of highway 108 and highway 120. Heading West on highway 108 we pass Oak Valley Hospital, make a left onto Claus Rd., drive a short distance make another left onto Greger St. We’re now heading East running into Red Park, Greger Basin and eventually into S. Yosemite Blvd. also known as J14. If you take a right, you’ll be heading South on Yosemite Blvd. which changes name to Albers Rd. As the crow fly if you head East, you’ll cross Post Rd., Townhill Rd. and eventually we come to S. Stearns Rd., heading North we run into Oakdale Golf and Country Club.

Oakdale Landmarks - The City of Oakdale is the Cowboy Capital of the World. The Cowboy Museum 355 E. F St. Oakdale, Oakdale Museum & History Center 212 W. F St. Oakdale, Dorado Park 600 N. 2nd Ave. Oakdale, Jacob Myers Park 23655 S. Santa Fe Rd. Riverbank 95367.

Oakdale Neighborhoods - In the city of Oakdale, the neighborhoods are Mountain View, Cavallo At Bridle Ridge Village, Bridal Ridge Stonehaven, The Vineyard, Vinewood Estates and Oakview Estates. Then we have Fairview Manor, Arana, Smithwood Estates and Downtown Oakdale. Next are Pedersen Court, Arboles, Thomas Estates, Sterling Hills, Deo Gloria Estates, Deerfield, Fairway, Country Club Heights, Hunter Ranch Estates, Hunter Hills Almond Wood Estates, Mallard Creek Valley Oak View, Hillsborough Estates, Wood River Estates, Sunset Oaks, Stanislaus River Estates and Scenic oak Estates. Heading back into town we have, Rancheria Del Rio Estanislao, Burchell Hill, Oakdale Heights, Dornan,
Riverview Estates and Walnut Park.

Manteca Neighborhoods - Airport Way, Antiqua, Atherton Drive, Atherton-Union Ranch East, Austin Rd., Bret Harte, Central Manteca, Chadwick, Cobblestone, Curran Grove, Daniels, Del Webb Woodbridge, Diamond Oaks Park, Doxey Park, French Camp, Highway 120 and Pestana, Lathrop Road, Moffat, New Haven School, Northgate, North Yosemite Ave., NW Manteca District, Oakwood Lake, Oakwood Shores, Orchard Park, Park West, Pomelo Grove, Powers, Ramus Village Ripon Rd.-Yosemite Ave., San Juan, San Remo-Catalina-Castillo, Sequoia Park, Solera, South Union Road, Springtime Park, Stone Gate, Tannehill Dr., Terracina, Tesoro Park, The Meridian Pointe, Union Gardens, Union-Yosemite-Wawona-Seq, Upper Diamond, Vintage Estates, Walnut and Center, West Louise, West Yosemite-McKinley, Wetherbee, Woodward Park S. and Yosemite and Main St.

Manteca Boundary Lines - The Southern edge of Manteca is along the San Joaquin River, near Airport Way, near Durham Ferry State Recreation Area and Caswell Memorial Park. Division Rd. is close by and changes into Manteca Rd., make a right onto Melton Rd. and a left onto Austin Rd. Cross California State Route 99 and make a right onto Graves Rd. and a left onto S. Jack Tone Rd, if you drive into Mariposa Rd. you’ve gone too far. Find French Camp Rd., it will cross S. Austin Rd., highway 99, Union Rd., S. Airport Way. Take S. Airport Way back into town, crossing Roth Rd. passing 5.11 Tactical, passing W. Lathrop Rd., W. Louise Rd. and you’ll run into W. Yosemite Ave. Keep going past highway 120, this is the West side of Manteca, here we have Oakwood Lake, W. Woodward Ave and Turtle Beach RV Resort and the San Joaquin River were we started.

Manteca Landmarks - We have the Manteca Water Tower, Casino Real Card Room, Woodward Community Park, Antigua Park, Shasta Park, Water Ski Lake, Mossdale Crossing Regional Park, Manteca Tidewater Bikeway, Manuel Valverde Park and Manteca Historical Society.

Patterson Boundary Lines - The city boundary lines for Patterson are, Sycamore Ave., Eucalyptus Ave., California State Route 33, Ward Ave., Swan Dr., Cougar Creek Dr., Samantha Creek Dr. crossing over Baldwin Rd. towards Rogers Rd. then North to Zacharias Rd. and South along California State Route 5. We run into Sperry Ave. and just past that we have Purple Flax, Fountain Grass Dr. crossing back over Ward Ave. heading East we have Elfers Rd. that leads us into highway 33. On the other side we have Almond Ave., Sycamore Ave., Orange Ave. and E. Las Palmas Ave.

Patterson Landmarks - Landmarks in Patterson are, Lake Ramona, Laird Regional Park and Frank Raines Regional park. The city of Patterson also has the Patterson Apricot Fiesta, Patterson Township Historical Society and is also known as the Apricot Capitol of the World.

Patterson Neighborhoods - Ambercot Park, Colony Park, County Fair, Downtown Patterson, E. Las Palmas Ave., Golden Estates, Grayson, Kinshire Estates, Las Palmas Mobile Estates, Lilac-Barros, Madrone, Northmead, Patterson Estates, Patterson Gardens, Patterson Ranch, Patterson Rural, S. East Rural Patterson, Shire Park, Walker Ranch and Wilding Ranch.

Tracy Neighborhoods - Altamont Village, American Classics, Banta, Candlewood, Centennial Estates, Cordes Village, country Pride, Cypress, Dan Leo East 22nd Street, Eaton Ave, E. Carlton Way-East St., Edgewood, Eleventh St., Elissagaray-Hidden Lake, Ellis, Fairhaven, Fine park Foothill-Isabel Virginia, Geranium, Glendbriar Estates, Hansen Village, Harvest Glenn, harvest Landing-Birchwood, Hearthstone, Hillcrest, Jefferson Pkwy, Kasson, Lammers and Schulte, Larsen Park, Laurence ranch, Lowell, Madison Park, Mcdemott Dr., McKinley, Mt. Diablo Way, Naglee, North Mac Arthur Drive, Par Country Estates, Parkside, Pavilion Parkway, Phesant Run, Quail Meadows, Questa, Redbridge, Regency Square, Rivers End, Santos Ranch Currier Est., Sterling Classics, Sterling Park, THS and Parker Estates, Tracy, W. Central, W. Central Ave., Wicklund, Willow Creek NW, W. Larch Rd., Woodfield Estates and Yosemite Vista.
Tracy Landmarks - Altamont Raceway Park, Stars Casino, El Pescadero Park, Grant Line Canal, Zanussi Park, Ramon Rios Vineyard & Winery, Wicklund Park, Cdentral Community Park, Tracy Historical Museum, Water Ski Lake, Edgar Thoming Park, Altamont Park, Verertan’s Park, Dr. Powers Park, Ceciliani Park, Clyde Bland Park and Lincoln Park.
Tracy Boundary Lines - Near Sky Aviation we have Corral Hollow Dr. the William Elton “Brownie” Brown Freway also knows as highway 580. We have Iverstone Street, Seraphina Dr., Iron Flat Street, Longview St. and Prospect Dr. We also have Tracy Hills Dr., Levin Priego St., Granville St. and Criseldo Mina Ave. Next, we have W. Linee Rd., Tracy Blvd., S. MacArhur Dr. and S. Chrisman Rd. Moving West towards Valpico Rd. we run into W. Sshulte Rd. and W. 6Th St. Here we cross over California State Route 205 also known as 11th St. We have N. MacArthur Dr., Grant Line Rd. and the Robert T. Monagan Freeway, also known as highway 205. Moving West, we cross N. Tracy Blvd., Corral Hollow Rd. and pass by West Valley Mall. On the other side we have S. Lammers Rd. that runs into John C Kimball High School. We Continue on S. Lammers Rd. and make a left onto Valpico Rd. and this is the boundary lines for the city of Tracy. 

Sonora Landmarks - This is a beautiful place, we have Columbia State Historic Park, Dragoon Gulch Trail Head, Tuolumne County Museum, City Hotel, Sugg House and Table Mountain. On Washington Street we have second story porches on many buildings, The Keil Salon and Parsons Saloon. We have the famous Red Church and Tuolumne County was one of California’s original 27 counties. The Sonora’s Historic Opera Hall opened in 1885. The Little Old Red Schoolhouse on the hill was built in 1821. Sonora played a big part in the Gold rush and is known as the Queen of the Southern Mines.
Sonora Neighborhoods - We have 23 neighborhoods in the city of Sonora. Starting with Apple Valley Estates, Apple Valley Ranches, Blue Bell, Brook Haven Estates, Cedar Ridge, Columbia, Cuesta Serena, Curtis Creek Ranch, Jeffersonville, Mono Village, Mono Vista, Old Wards Ferry-Line Kiln, Peaceful Valley, Phoenix Lake, Ranchos Poquitos, Ridgewood, Saratoga Acres, Sonora, Soultown, Standard, Sylva Ln, Upper Crystal Falls and White Oak Estates.
Sonora Boundary Lines - On the Golden Chain Highway also known as highway 49 we have Shaws Flat Rd., Roble Rd and Saratoga Rd., moving South we run into the Elks Lodge, staying on Shaws Flat Rd. we pass Braida Way, Sonora High School and stop at W. School St. Heading West, we have Snell St., Dragoon Circle and W. Bonanza Dr. From here we cross Woods Creek and have N. Green St., Oak St., W. Jackson St. and Sylvan Dr. We have S. Forrest Rd., Woodside Dr. and Southgate Dr. near the Mother Lode Fairground. If you stay on Southgate Dr. you will run into the Tuolumne Utilities District. Here highway 49 connects with highway 108 which will take us into S. Washington St., Mono Way, Greenley Rd. and Old Wards Ferry Rd. This outlines the city of Sonora.