[dixon]Dixon offers much more than a few gas stations and a Wal-Mart. You can get to Dixon from Davis by going west on Interstate 80 or by taking country roads such as Pedrick Road. Located in Solano County, it takes no longer to get from Davis to Dixon than it does to get to Woodland, and it's cheaper to live in Dixon than in Davis. Many restaurants are located along [dixon]Pitt School Road. The animals most associated with the town are lambs and sheep, hence the high school mascot: the rams. A lesser used name for Dixon is "Ram Town," which can be seen on some of the local businesses. Davis and Dixon are separated by the Davis-Dixon Greenbelt.

    1. Annual Events
    2. Restaurants
    3. Landmarks and Attractions
    4. Shopping and Services
      1. Automotive
      2. Pets
      3. Produce
    5. Dixon of the Past
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Annual Events


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Landmarks and Attractions

Shopping and Services




Dixon of the Past

External Links


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2012-08-06 09:01:18   Motorcycle/ATV/Scooter Servie and Parts —1upmotorsports

2012-09-21 07:15:53   So far the only good thing about living in SouthWest Davis is proximity to DIXON for shopping. For my car windshield, for the Goodwill on half-price-sale days, for Wal-Mart and my $4.00 prescriptions, for the Safeway with a somewhat "discounted" price at its gas station, for churches that give out free food with no quibbling when you're a substitute teacher and off for the summer. If I could find a way to get cheaper rent on that side of the County Line than splitting a room in a multiple-roommate apartment here right off-campus, I'd do it in a New York Minute. —PaigeKennedy

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