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Clear throughout the day.
Lat 38° 14' 54.96''
Lon -122° 2' 27.6''
Suisun City embodies a cross-section of the endlessly attractive California lifestyle. The City's 28,000 residents have easy access to Northern California's two major urban centers the San Francisco Bay Area and the Sacramento Capitol region as well as the Stockton metro area. Our residents also enjoy a small-town lifestyle and sensibility often associated with communities in the western breadbasket of the Central Valley.
Established in the 1850s as a focal point of commerce and transportation during California's Gold Rush, Suisun City has not forgotten its roots. The community gathers regularly for civic events in Old Town, which is replete with public spaces, promenades and an historic shopping district centered on the picturesque waterfront. City Hall sits on the waterfront's eastern side with its towering dome providing a familiar local landmark. The Suisun Channel is linked by the Suisun Marsh to Suisun and Grizzly bays and providing continuous boat access to both the Sacramento River and the San Francisco Bay.
[i]Information Courtesy City of Suisin[/i]
Use the small craft folio chart for this area. Suisin Bay is easy-to-enter right off of the main river channel.