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Pinnacle Pest Control services Davis for all types of insect and rodent extermination. With technicians located within the city, we can serve clients quickly and efficiently. We are dedicated to providing timely, safe and competitively-priced service on every job, big or small, but most of all, we are dedicated to getting results.

Through our commitment to excellence, Pinnacle has built a premier company with the personnel, equipment, and experience to handle clients ranging from homeowners, apartment complexes, restaurants, hospitals, adults homes, and commercial organizations.

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Davis started as a farming community and was incorporated in 1917. Since its beginnings it had been known for its contributions to veterinary care and agriculture. Modern day Davis is also known for its contributions in the areas of biotechnology, medicine, and other life sciences. With a population of over 65,000, Davis is the largest city in Yolo County. It’s part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Roseville Metro area, It has long been known for its liberal politics, for having many bike paths, bicycles, and for the campus of the University of California, Davis. In 2006, Davis was ranked as the second most educated city in the U.S. after Arlington Virginia, by CNN Money Magazine. It rated percentage of residents with graduate degrees.

The California Northern Railroad is based in Davis. In addition the top employers in the city include, University of California, Davis, The Davis Union Free School District, The City of Davis, Sutter Davis Hospital, Safeway, US Department of Agriculture, and Pacific Gas & Electric.

In 2010, Davis became the home of the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame. Which seems appropriate, as bicycling, has been popular in Davis for decades. Beginning in the 1970s, Davis has been a pioneer in the implementation of cycling facilities. As the city expands, new facilities are usually mandated. This resulted in an extensive network of bike lanes, bike paths, and grade-separated bicycle crossings.

Davis is also the site of various festivals and events throughout the year and they include:

Whole Earth Festival, where A continuous stream of bands, speakers and workshops occur throughout Mother’s Day weekend on each of Whole Earth Festival’s , three stages and other specialty areas. The majority of the festival is solar powered. The event is organized primarily by UC Davis students.

Picnic Day is an annual event at the University of California, Davis and is always held on the third Saturday in April. It is the largest student-run event in the US. Picnic Day starts off with a parade, featuring the UC Davis California Marching Band, and runs through campus and around downtown Davis and ends with the Battle of the Bands. There are over 150 free events and over 50,000 people attend every year. Other highlights include: the Dachshund races, aka the Doxie Derby, held in the Pavilion; the Davis Rock Challenge, the Chemistry Magic Show, and the sheep dog trials. Many university departments have exhibits and demonstrations.

The Mondavi Center, located on the UC Davis campus, is one of the biggest non-seasonal attractions to Davis. The Mondavi Center is a theater which hosts many world-class touring acts, including star performers such as Yo-Yo Ma and Cecilia Bartoli, and draws a large audience from Sacramento.

The UC Davis Arboretum is an arboretum and botanical garden. Plants from all over the world grow in different sections of the park. There are notable oak and native plant collections and a small redwood grove. A small waterway spans the arboretum along the bed of the old North Fork of Putah Creek. Occasionally herons, kingfishers, and cormorants can be seen around the waterways, as well as the ever present ducks. Tours of the arboretum led by volunteer naturalists are often held for grade-school children.

The Davis Farmers Market is held every Wednesday evening and Saturday morning. Participants sell a range of fruits and vegetables, baked goods, dairy and meat products (often from certified organic farms), crafts, and plants and flowers. From April to October, the market hosts Picnic in the Park, with musical events and food sold from restaurant stands