Martinez Museum 1005 Escobar St, Martinez, CA94553 The Martinez Museum is located in a charming Victorian cottage that contains a variety of items preserved from the…More early days of the city of Martinez. Displays change from time to time, but some of the artifacts visitors might find include local historical photographs, artwork, furniture, maps and a 500-pound bell that hung in the original Martinez Court House built in 1855.
Martinez Junior High School was first constructed in 1931. The home of the Bullpups is centrally located to old-town…More Martinez, close to downtown and to the city's earliest neighborhoods. In 1999, the school was completely renovated using money from a bond issue that the voters easily passed. The school boasts active band, drama and sports programs.
Saint Catherine School 604 Mellus St, Martinez, CA94553 St. Catherine School is a private K-8 Catholic school accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and…More Western Catholic Education Association. The school is attached to St. Catherine of Siena Church, located near downtown Martinez, across the street from City Hall, and next door to Susana Street Park. It is a well-regarded school that has served Martinez for many years.
First Congregational Church of Martinez Court St & Susana St, Martinez, CA94553 In its current location since 1928, the First Congregational Chuch has a long history of ministering to Martinez…More residents and environs, with the city's first church established in 1874.
Ron's Tow Service 505 Estudillo St Ste 7, Martinez, CA94553 Certified by the American Automobile Association, Ron's Tow Service is a Martinez-based towing service that offers…More round-the-clock service. Vehicles towed include cars, trucks and motorcycles. This service offers flatbed and heavy duty truck towing to the city of Martinez and any location in the Bay Area. A call is recommended to inquire about towing services outside of the Bay Area.
Martinez Unified School District Martinez Adult Education 600 F St, Martinez, CA94553 Martinez Adult Education has a long history in the city. Originating in 1919 as a way for the Shell Refinery workers to…More receive supplemental education at night, the program became so popular that it expanded its scope and subjects. Now it offers a wide variety of subjects, including career training in law enforcement and health care, as well as parent education, home economics, GED programs, and English as a second language classes.