Welcome to our newest Chamber member, The Dollar Store!

Welcome Dollar Store! Owner, Martcia Sampson is overwhelmed at how well the Pacifica community has embraced her store. The bargains are so enticing that every time she turns around, she finds merchandise has flown off the shelf! Martcia states that teachers and the senior community are a couple of

Welcome to our newest Chamber member, The Dollar Store!

Muna Nash of Lovey's Tea Shoppe

Welcome new Chamber member, Muna Nash, Owner, Lovey's Tea Shoppe. She’s located at 4330 Coast Hwy, Pacifica, CA 94044. Phone - 650-359-1245. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. And, Mondays and Tuesdays from 12-4 p.m. Available for private parties on Wednesdays and

Muna Nash of Lovey's Tea Shoppe

Dial Glass and Window

Since 1962 our family owned and operated Dial Glass and Window Company, located in the scenic San Francisco Bay area community of Pacifica, has been serving it's customers with a full array of glass and window products and services. With current management having over 25 years installation and

Dial Glass and Window

Anderson's Swim School

For over 38 years, Anderson’s Swim School has been teaching children & adults to swim. We pride ourselves in hiring the best instructors and we build upon that foundation with continuous training and education. Every instructor is trained extensively in the Anderson Swim School method. Our

Anderson's Swim School

Nick's Seaside Restaurant

Listen to the sound of the waves rolling on the beaches' edge. Hear the seagulls as they seem to float in the wind and play amid the glittering white water. Watch and wonder at the grace of the pelicans as they dive. Then sit and sense the calmness that this beautiful cove, Rockaway Beach, gives

Nick's Seaside Restaurant

Recology of the Coast

The original Bay Area garbage men, or "scavengers", came to San Francisco from Italy in the late 19th century. At that time, scavenging in San Francisco was a disorderly and inefficient business. Hundreds of independent collectors competed for business. The 1906 earthquake and fire

Recology of the Coast