The Vacaville-Dixon Greenbelt is a 1,003-acre agricultural buffer between the cities of Vacaville and Dixon right around Interstate 80. It is open space, mostly private farms, with easements prohibiting development. For more information see

The two cities split the $2.5 million cost, unlike the Davis-Dixon Greenbelt, which was mostly funded by the state and federal governments. The Vacaville-Dixon Greenbelt Agency was formed in 1996 to monitor the land.


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2009-02-01 20:56:57   Can one hike here? —tierramor

Not really. This is just like all the other farmland except for the legal status. —NickSchmalenberger