Pizza Depot 1810 Milmont Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 For over 50 years, Pizza Depot has been serving up its popular pizzas to Milpitas citizens. Since moving to its location…More on Milmont Drive in 2007, Pizza Depot has begun offering an inexpensive, "all-you-can-eat" lunch buffet that includes pizza, salad and a beverage. The restaurant delivers all day long, but a number of tables and a big-screen TV are set up for those who want to eat at the Depot.
Cesar E. Chavez Community Garden Dixon Rd & Conway St, Milpitas, CA95035 For those who would like a patch of land in which to grow vegetables, there's a community garden in the north part of…More the city. Residents can exercise their green thumbs on one of the 60 parcels available for $30 a year, or $15 for senior citizens. Some local gardeners have tended their plots for more than two decades. The city supplies the land and water, but planters supply their own tools. Pesticides are not allowed.
Olinger's Real Estate Investments has been around for 35 years, making it the oldest real estate company in Milpitas.…More Olinger's handles all types of property, working with residential, commercial, land, ranches and hillside properties in Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Butte counties. If that isn't enough, Olinger's also works with leases and has a daily, 24-hour notary service.</p>
<p>Owner and manager Wanda Olinger won the 2010 Citizen of the Year award. Her longtime memberships in The Lions Club, Rotary Club and Historical Society, have great influence on her business.</p>
The San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory is dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats through science…More and outreach. Since its beginning in 1981, SFBBO has been an authority on the birds that rely on the San Francisco Bay and its surrounding environments. The San Francisco Bay Area is an important area for birds during any time of the year – the Bay provides breeding habitat, migration stopover habitat and wintering habitat for millions of birds. </p>
<p>Numerous programs are offered, examples are the science programs--consisting of the Waterbird and Landbird Programs. Biologists from the observatory collect crucial data that shape our understanding of the population ecology and conservation of Bay Area birds. Collected for nearly 30 years, these data are especially effective in tracking trends in local bird populations and helping to guide management practices in the Bay Area to the benefit of native birds. Another program is its Outreach Program, which fosters awareness among Bay Area residents of the importance of birds, their habitats, and their conservation to our community. Through education, internships and volunteer citizen scientists, San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory has been active in habitat and bird population conservation.</p>