The owners and operators of Village West Marina are long time Delta residents and have a deep emotional connection to the Sacramento and San Joaquin Delta region. They are members of the California Delta Chambers and Visitors Bureau and have participated in and developed countless fundraising activities over the years. They have been honored with many awards, and most recently were the recipient of The Record’s Best of San Joaquin 2015. They believe a sense of community is more than just hosting and attending events. Instead, it is a long-term commitment toward developing social, cultural, and environmental wealth, which in turn cultivates a better quality of life.
Our community is comprised of people who understand the importance of the environmental and ecological health of the Delta, and what it provides in the ways of recreation, establishing a sense of community, economic value, and pride. Environmental stewardship is a significant priority for the owners and operators of Village West Marina. The marina prides itself on its surrounding beauty and the wildlife that live in the area. They focus their ongoing environmental and Delta preservation efforts on several fronts, including ridding the marina of water hyacinth and other invasive plant species—an issue that affects the entire Delta. The marina works above and beyond the call of duty to rid the plants from our location, and without spraying toxic chemicals into the environment, keeping animals safe, and your boats safely afloat and hyacinth free.
2017 Hospice of San Joaquin Donation
In May 2017, we held our second annual Tenant Appreciation Party. The event gave us a fundraising opportunity benefitting a wonderful non-profit organization, the Hospice of San Joaquin. Thanks to everyone’s generosity we were able to donate $5,000 to the Hospice of San Joaquin in support of quality hospice care and the great job they do in providing this essential service to our community.