Mount Diablo Realty 5356 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA94521 Mount Diablo Realty is managed by brokers Val Stratford and Raquel Rath. Representing both seller and buyer, Val…More Stratford brings brokerage experience to the process that has been honed since the '80s, whe he became a resident of the Valley, and believes that gives Mount Diablo an edge in understanding the Contra Costa County market. Services include buying and selling homes, and pricing them.
Mount Diablo Electric 1000 Detroit Ave, Concord, CA94518 Mount Diablo is a contractor providing electrical maintenance, installation and repair for businesses throughout Contra…More Costa County. The company focuses mainly on commercial and industrial projects and specializes in electrical work for healthcare facilities.
Mount Diablo Elementary, led by Principal Irene Keenan, is the only elementary school in Clayton and is off Clayton…More Road near downtown.</p>
<p>The school, with about 800 students, hosts events for its students during the year, including a Movie Night. The school's chorus performs holiday carols in December.</p>
Mount Diablo Unified School District Administrative Offices 1936 Carlotta Dr, Concord, CA94519 Mount Diablo Unified is one of the state's largest school systems, with a kindergarten through 12th grade population of…More more than 36,000 students. There are 56 schools and programs. The district office is located on Carlotta Avenue, next to Monte Gardens Elementary School. There are six high schools, one continuation high school, four Necessary Small High Schools (NSHS), 10 middle schools, 29 elementary schools, one Independent Study program, two special education schools and two adult education centers.
Mount Diablo State Park, one of the largest parks in the Bay Area, offers hiking, biking, horseback riding and…More camping.</p>
<p>From the Mitchell Canyon entrance, park visitors can hike 3.7 miles to Deer Flat, or to the summit (6.8 miles) by way of Juniper Camp.</p>
<p>The Mitchell Canyon Interpetice Center is located at the Mitchell Canyon entrance. The center, staffed by volunteers, displays geology, wildlife, trails and plant life. There's also a gift shop.</p>