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Santa Cruz County 2011-12
Central Coast | 2012-02-17 16:04:16
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    Vaky Yellow Pages Santa Cruz County 2011-12 NOM Community Guide in the front of this book W To stop delivery go to YellowPagesOptOut.org 100% RECYCLABLE Capitola Village by Matt Hofman Photography MONEY SAVING COUPONS IN RED PAGES 90Q COM Download Moblle App!

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    AIME% STORAGE FOR ALL YOUR STORAGE NEEDS * Self Storage At Our Facility * Portable Storage & Offices At Your Location * "You Pack It, We Haul It" Self Storage So Easy...Even The Kids Can Do It! FLO RTABI1E $31) R'A'a R)EFICE0 LraCA TION 11.7 771..wIlrEM." ) . 1 AIRPO RT BL jif FREEDOM BL 07 HWY 1 * Storage Containers Sales & Rentals * Clean, Painted Containers & Offices Delivered For On-Site Use * Sizes: 7' X 7.5', 8' X 20', 8' X 24', 8' X 27', & 8' X 40' C A.12728 5 800-498-5407 SELF STORAGE AT OUR FACILITY Sizes from 4' X 8' to 12' X 24' RV, Boat, & Auto Storage Available Security & Electronic Gate Gate Hours: 7am - 7pm, 7 Days a Week Web Site: www.azzies.com 34 Roache Rd * Freedom - Near The Intersection of Freedom & Airport This directory is 100% recyclable

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    Delivery and Opt-Out Info Opt-Out * If you don't want to receive phone books in the future, go to www.YellowPagesOptOut.com to opt-out or call us at 800 350-8887. Online Directory * You can also use our online directory at MyYP.com . * The same value and convenience of our print directories are also available on the internet and on your mobile phone. Features include: * Local business information * Links to websites * Interactive maps * Email addresses * Printable coupons * Local and national listings Mobile * Download mobile MyYP apps at www.myyp.com/mobileapps. Features include: * Driving Directions * Map Views * Click to Call * Speech Recognition * Contact Integration Delivery * To order additional directories or report a distribution issue, please contact us at 800 350-8887 or email us at vyp@MyYP.com . Communities Reached Aptos, Aromas, Ben Lomond, Bonny Doon, Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Capitola, Corralitos, Davenport, Day Valley, Felton, Forest Park, Freedom, La Selva Beach, Live Oak, Lompico, Mount Hermon, Pajaro, Rio Del Mar, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Seacliff, Soquel, Swanton, Watsonville, Zayante, and parts of Moss Landing Contact Valley Yellow Pages To advertise in this directory and on MyYP.com: LOCAL SALES OFFICE Aptos 831 685-6888 CUSTOMER SERVICE 800 350-8887 AGI Publishing Inc 1850 N Gateway BI Fresno CA 93727-1600 How to Reach Your Telephone Company If you don't know the name of your telephone company, or if you wish to change telephone companies, look in the Yellow Pages under the classified heading "Telephone Companies." About the Cover Cover photo by Matt Hofman Photography Photo Location: Capitola Village To purchase a copy of the cover photo contact the photographer at (831) 818-7516, http://www.matthofmanphotography.com , matthofmanphotography@yahoo.com . Emergency Al Non-Emergency Numbers Llamadas Que No Sean De Emergencia For non-emergency numbers, see telephone numbers listed below. See also white pages under Fire, Police, Sheriff, or Highway Patrol. Para llama das que no sean de emergencia, use los numeros de teMfono indicados abajo. Tambien use las paginas blancas halo Incendio, Policia, Alguacil, o Patrulla de Carretera. FIRE / Incendio Aptos 831 685-6690 Ben Lomond 831 336-5495 Boulder Creek 831 338-7222 Capitola 831 471-1170 Felton 831 335-4422 Santa Cruz 831 420-5280 Scotts Valley 831 438-0211 UCSC 831 459-3473 Watsonville 831 471-1170 Zayante 831 335-5100 CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL Aptos 831 662-0511 FIRE DEPARTMENTS Central Fire District 831 479-6842 Santa Cruz County (CalFire) 831 335-5353 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT Santa Cruz County 831 471-1121 Your Non-Emergency Numbers Doctor Hospital Other 0 2011 Valley Yellow Pages POLICE / Policia 831 471-1121 831 471-1121 831 471-1121 831 471-1141 831 471-1121 831 471-1131 831 440-5670 831 459-2231 831 471-1151 831 471-1121 Emergency Calls Only Llamadas De Emergencia Solamente AMBULANCE FIRE & RESCUE PARAMEDICS Incendio Ambulancia y Rescate Paramedicos POLICE/ SHERIFF OR HIGHWAY PATROL Policia/Alguacil o Patrulla de Carretera TDD EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY: Dial 9-1-1 and press the spacebar until someone answers. TDD LLAMA DAS DE EMERGENCIA SOLAMENTE: Marque 9-1-1 y presione la barra espaciadora hasta que alguien le conteste. POISON CONTROL Control de Envenenamiento California Poison Control System www.calpoison.org 800 222-1222 SUICIDE PREVENTION Prevencion del Suicidio National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24-Hour 800 273-8255 Spanish 888 628-9454 www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

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    A2 Environmental Information Is there anything green about phone books? You bet there is! Trees are primarily harvested for lumber used in housing and other building applications. The paper used in our phone books contains residual waste wood chips generated as a byproduct of converting a round tree into square, dimensional lumber.' * It is important to remember that trees are an infinitely renewable resource. That cannot be said about the resources used to create electronic equipment. Wood for * Four million trees are seeded daily in the United States. That's Chips five trees each year for every man, woman and child in America. 2 * There are 12 million more acres of United States forestland today than 20 years ago. Phone books are 100% recyclable, 3 they are easy to recycle and are not a significant part of the solid waste stream. * In fact, according to the EPA, DIRECTORIES comprise only 0.3% of the municipal solid waste stream, compared with 3.2% for Newspapers, 1.9% for Standard Mail, and 2.2% for High Grade Office Paper such as used in both commercial and residential printers. 4 * Inks used are 100% soy or vegetable oil-based and are biodegradable. * Glues used are non-toxic. * Phone books are recycled into many products such as new phone books, newsprint, insulation, acoustical ceiling tiles, drywall paper, and other paper products. The process of recycling an outdated phone book couldn't be any easier. It's as easy as placing it in a blue recycling can for curbside pick-up along with other recycling materials. Generally, recycling centers gladly accept phone books and have no problem processing them further for recycling. Recycled Yellow Pages are then sold to other companies and turned into other products. And most people do recycle them. While the Internet provides a strong complement to the printed Yellow Pages, it is not necessarily free of environmental implications. 2 Lets take a look... * E-waste represents about 25% of all waste in the U.S. landfills and 70% of toxic waste found there - Directories represent only 0.3%. * Only 14% of a computer's components and materials can be recycled - Phone books are 100% recyclable. Continued Next Page 102011 Valley Yellow Pages

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    Environmental Information A3 Continued From Previous Page * Electronic waste in the U.S. amounts to three million tons and only 18% of that is recycled. - 57% of all paper consumed in 2008 was recycled. * Web server data centers supporting the Internet are using energy at an alarming 24% annual growth rate - U.S. paper and pulp industry has achieved a 42% reduction in energy use per product unit during the last 25 years. * About 62 trillion spam emails are sent every year. It takes energy to generate, screen and delete spam, contributing greenhouse gases equivalent to two billion gallons of gasoline. 5 - That's enough gas to power 8 million hybrid vehicles @40 mpg 10,000 miles per year. * Americans throw out more than 130,000 computers and 350,000 cell phones everyday. - The Yellow Pages are delivered once a year and are 100% recyclable. Yellow Pages are used by consumers when they are ready to buy a product or service from local businesses. According to the most recent study by Burke, Inc. 6 * 74% of people refer to the Yellow Pages every year. * 49% of people refer to the Yellow Pages every month. * 33% of people refer to the Yellow Pages every week. Nearly 5 out of every 10 people use the Yellow Pages monthly. In the past year, there were 11 billion references to the printed Yellow Pages in the United States. Yellow Pages give consumers a one-stop shop to find local business. Buying local protects local businesses which protects local jobs. The small, independent business owners provide both tangible and intangible benefits that serve as the cornerstones of strong and vibrant communities. It is their personal service and presence that fosters the flow of local dollars to meet community needs. Spending dollars locally ensures that 1% of the sales tax is allocated to local funding, used to pay for police and fire protection, local health clinics, zoos and parks, and children's education. Yellow Pages - No other local source places more local business and community information at your fingertips. Remember, let your fingers do the walking through the Buy Local Phone Book!! Sources: I. Catalyst Paper USA, May 2011 2. New Page Corporation. Ed Booklet #13 on Paper and the Environment, 2010 3. RR Donnelley, Environmental Performance Letter, April 2010 4. U.S. EPA, 2009 www.epa.gov/waste/nonhaz/municipal/pubs/msw2009rpt.pdf 5. McAfee The Carbon Footprint of Email Spam Report http://resources.mcafee.com/content/NACarbonFootprintSpam 6. 2010 Burke, Inc., Local Media Tracking Study, May 2011 0 2011 Valley Yellow Pages

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    Use this guide to help you locate information in this directory, categorized by color for your convenience. Emergency Information Page Al Environmental Information Pages A2-A3 Community Guide Pages 1-62 Government Pages Blue Border Business Listings White Pages Residence Listings White Pages Products and Services Yellow Pages Coupons (Go to 'C' in the Yellow Pages) Red Border AGI PUBLISHING, INC This resource book is a product of AGI Publishing, Inc. The information herein has been carefully prepared and contains certain licensed material as well as material developed independently by Valley Yellow Pages. Although every effort has been made to ensure quality and relevancy, neither Valley Yellow Pages nor AGI Publishing, Inc. guarantees its accuracy or completeness. All information was updated at the time of publishing. Copyright ©2011 AGI Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved. This publication may not be reproduced, in whole, or in part, without the express written consent of Valley Yellow Pages and/or AGI Publishing, Inc. MEMBER Aptos Grande Chamber of Commerce Pajaro Chamber of Commerce Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce Local Search Association Publisher Code 0636 fidp Since 1898 Association of Directory Publishers BBB, ACCREDITED BUSINESS Better Business Bureau Local Search Association Directory Code 103204 Local Search Association www.MyYP.com/b uylocal Keeping your purchases local helps to boost the local economy, create jobs and strengthen your community. Every time you make a purchase from a national retail chain or locallyowned store within your neighborhood, one percent of the sales tax from your purchase remains local. These tax dollars help pay for police and fire protection, local health clinics, zoos and parks, emergency services and children's education. Valley Yellow Pages and CBS Outdoor have posted billboards in Central and Northern California reminding you to buy local. Over 800 billboards appear in Fresno, Madera, Tulare, and Kings Counties; Monterey, Salinas, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Sacramento, Modesto, Stockton, Chico, Redding, Red Bluff, Yuba County, Lodi, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Santa Rosa, and the entire Bay Area. Instead of purchasing online or outside your community, make an effort to support your community and buy products locally. It will help your local economy and protect local jobs. If you would like to support buying local or would like to get more involved, please visit our website at www.MyYP.com/buylocal or send us an email at buylocal@MyYP.com . ©2011 Valley Yellow Pages

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    . - - Government Pages - See Blue Border Pages Airports Area Codes, Beaches Bus Lines Child Safety Community Services Crime Prevention Tips Earthquake Preparedness Energy Saving Tips Fire Departments Fire Prevention Tips First Aid & CPR Homeland Security International Calling Law Enforcement Guide 2 Maps 5 Parks - Local Past Offices 10 Public Transportation 11 Recreation Areas 14 Recycle Guide 18 Seating Charts 19 Senior Citizens' Services & Organizations 20 Sports & Recreation 21 Things To Do 22 Voter Registration 23 Welcoming Services For Newcomers 25 Wi-Fi Hotspots & Digital Services 27 Wineries 28 Zip Codes 30 32 34 35 38 37 40 47 48 49 53 54 55 57 58

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    2 Airports Monterey Jet Center Million Air Terminal Building Monterey WV Peninsula Airport (MRY) General Information 200 Fred Kane Dr Monterey 93940 831 648-7000 www.montereyairport.com Parking 831 373-8287 Airlines Allegiant Air 702 505-8888 www.allegiantair.com American Airlines/ American Eagle 800 433-7300 www.aa.com United Airlines/ United Express 800 241-6522 www.united.com US Airways 800 428-4322 www.usairways.com Sponsored By: Car Rentals 1=In X Fire Department Alamo 800 327-9633 www.alamo.com Avis 800 831-2847 www.avis.com Budget 800 527-0700 www.budget.com Enterprise 800 736-8222 www.enterprise.com Hertz 800 654-3131 www.hertz.com National 800 227-7368 www.nationalcar.com Ground Transportation A Cab Co/Delux Cab 831 475-3232 AA Airport Sedan Service 831 662-2400 Place your ad here! Del Monte Aviation Monterey Airplane Company Airport Express 831 462-5800 Dave's Cab 831 818-4099 Early Bird Airport Shuttle. 831 462-3933 Go Green Cab 831 246-1234 Main Event Limousines.. 831 646-5466 Monterey Yellow Cab 831 869-1957 Yellow Cab 831 423-1234 Public Transit Monterey/Salinas Transit. .831 899 -2555 Services for Travelers with Disabilities Special telephone devices and assistance are available throughout the airport for travelers with disabilities. Call 888 436-8889 for Advertising Information Navy Flying Club Airport Safety Tips To make your trip as safe and easy as possible, please: * Arrive at the airport at least two hours before your departure time * Confirm your flight and departure/ arrival time with your airline before coming to the airport. * Bring a government-issued photo ID with you. * Remember that only one piece of carry-on luggage, plus a personal item like a purse, briefcase or computer bag, is permitted inside the cabin of the aircraft with you. * Pack all sharp objects in your checked luggage. * Protect your luggage - keep a close eye on your luggage and report any unattended items. Continued Next Page mancom valleyN YellowPages.

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    Airports Continued From Previous Page Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) * Facilities * Terminal A El International Arrivals Terminal B * Rental Car Center Parking Economy Lot 1 Hourly Lot 2 Hourly Lot 3 Daily Lot 4 Hourly Lot 5 Daily Lot 6 Please note: This page is provided as a community service by Valley Yellow Pages. The businesses listed on this page are not necessarily affiliated with or endorsed by the Mineta San Jose International Airport. General Information 1701 Airport BI San Jose 95110 www.flysanjose.com Airport Information Customer Service TERMINAL A American Airlines Continental Airlines Sponsored By: Airlines 408 392-3600 408 392-1150 800 433-7300 800 525-0280 CNG Station Hawaiian Airlines JetBlue Airways United Airlines/ United Express US Airways Volans TERMINAL B Alaska Airlines Delta Airlines Horizon Air Southwest Airlines Place your ad here! 800 367-5320 800 538-2583 800 241-6522 800 428-4322 866 988-3527 800 426-0333 800 221-1212 800 547-9308 800 435-9792 Advantage Alamo Avis Budget Dollar Enterprise Fox Hertz National Thrifty Car Rentals 800 777-5500 408 327-9633 800 831-2847 800 527-0700 800 800-4000 408 736-8222 800 225-4369 800 654-3131 800 227-7368 800 367-2277 Call 888 436-8889 for Advertising Information Ground Transportation 1 A-Best Airport Shuttle . .866 333-2378 AAA San Jose Airporter & Limo 408 979-9767 AAA Super Airport Shuttle 408 438-7716 All Star Cab 408 977-1111 Alpha Cab 408 295-9500 American Cab 408 988-3300 Checker Cab of Silicon Valley 408 293-1234 City Cab Company 408 998-3333 Delta Airport Shuttle 408 437-3122 Eagle Airport Shuttle 408 648-5776 Executive Cab 408 998-1111 G S Airporter Express .408 568-5150 Green Cab 408 573-7777 Milpitas Cab 408 945-8500 Monterey/Salinas Airbus. .831 373-7777 National Cab 408 436-0999 Rainbow Cab 408 271-9900 San Jose Express Shuttle. 408 370-0701 SuperShuttle 650 558-8500 United Taxicab 408 971-1111 USA Express Cab 866 441-6300 Hotel Courtesy Shuttles Beverly Heritage Hotel . . .408 943-9080 Campbell Inn 408 374-4300 Executive Inn Airport 408 453-1100 Larkspur Landing 408 719-1212 Radisson Plaza Hotel 408 452-0200 Residence Inn Campbell . .408 559-1551 Staybridge Suites 408 436-1600 Public Transit BART 510 441-2278 CalTrain/SamTrans 800 660-4287 Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) 408 321-2300 Services for Travelers with Disabilities Special assistance and telephone devices are available throughout the airport. Continued Next Page Valley N YellowPages, 3

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    4 Airports Continued From Previous Page San Francisco International Airport (SFO) General Information 806 S Airport BI San Francisco 94128 650 821-8211 www.flysfo.com Lost & Found 650 821-7014 Parking 650 821-7900 Police 650821-7111 US Customs 650 837-2876 US Department of Agriculture 650 821 8732 US Immigration & Naturalization Service 650 837-2800 USO Center 650 821-7613 TERMINAL 1 Airlines AirTran Airways 800 247-8726 Alaska Airlines 800 426-0333 Delta Airlines 800 221-1212 Frontier Airlines 800 432-1359 Hawaiian Airlines 800 367-5320 Southwest Airlines 800 435-9792 US Airways 800 428-4322 Sponsored By: South Airport Road Terminal 0 Gates 68-90 Gates G91 -G102 West Field Road Gates 60-67 Garage G BART Station Terminal 0 Gates 50-59 Gates 40-48 International Parking Millbrae Terminal 0 Gates 20-36 Gates A1 -Al2 San Francisco San Jose TERMINAL 2 American Airlines 800 433-7300 Virgin America 877 359-8474 TERMINAL 3 Continental Airlines 800 523-3273 United Airlines 800 864-8331 INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL AeroMexico 800 237-6639 Air Berlin 866 266-5588 Air China 800 882-8122 Air France 800 237-2747 Air New Zealand 800 262-1234 Alaska Airlines (Mexico Arrivals) 800 252-7522 All Nippon Airways (ANA) 800 235-9262 Asiana 888 437-7718 British Airways 800 247-9297 Cathay Pacific 800 233-2742 China Airlines 800 227-5118 Delta Airlines 800 221-1212 Emirates 800 777-3999 EVA Airways 800 695-1188 Japan Airlines 800 525-3663 Place your ad here! JetBlue Airways 800 538-2583 KLM 800 225-2525 Korean Air 800 438-5000 LAN 866 435-9526 Lufthansa 800 645-3880 Philippine Airlines 800 435-9725 Singapore Airlines 800 742-3333 Sun Country 800 359-6786 TACA 800 400-8222 United (International) . . . 800 538-2929 Virgin Atlantic 800 821-5438 West Jet 888 937-8538 Car Rentals Alamo 650 616-2400 Avis 650 877-6780 Budget 650 877-0998 Dollar 650 244-4131 Enterprise 650 697-9200 Fox 800 225-4369 Hertz 650 624-6600 National 650 616-3000 Thrifty 877 283-0898 Call 888 436-8889 for Advertising Information c{C Ground Transportation Airport Cab .831 295-9277 Airport Express 415 775-5121 Courtesy Cab Co .831 761-3122 Deluxe Cab Company .831 475-3232 Early Bird Airport Shuttle . 831 462-3933 Peter's Airport Shuttle .650 577-8858 Ruben's Airport Shuttle 831 325-5836 Safe Car Services 831 688-4941 Santa Cruz Shuttle . .831 421-9883 Santa Cruz Yellow Cab .831 423-1234 Public Transit 511 Bay Area Travel Guide 511 Or 510817-1717 AirBART/BART 510 465-2278 Alameda/Oakland Ferry 510 522-3300 CalTrain/SamTrans 800 660-4287 Greyhound Bus Lines ... 800 231-2222 Services for Travelers with Disabilities Special telephone devices and assistance are available throughout the airport for travelers with disabilities. Myrinoom, Valley N YellowPages.

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