Santa Cruz County Consumer Affairs Office 701 Ocean St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Consumer Affairs is operated by the Santa Cruz District Attorney's Office, which occupies much of the second floor of…More the Santa Cruz County courthouse building. The office works with anyone who lives, shops or does business in Santa Cruz County. Consumer Affairs also maintains a list of businesses' complaint histories, which is available to the public.
Santa Cruz County Human Services 1020 Emeline Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95060 The Human Services department oversees services for those who receive state benefits including food stamps. Medi-Cal,…More CalWORKs and general welfare assistance. There is plenty of seating in the waiting area including toys to keep young children occupied. The offices are located in Building B of the Emeline offices complex.
Motiv 110 Pearl Aly, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Motiv is a nightclub located in downtown Santa Cruz where DJs play music for dancing on a large dance floor. Owners Mike…More Pitt and Jenine Leigh's started the space with a vision to create a nightclub where mature adults could enjoy dancing, drinks and dining. The nightclub is located on the first floor, and the restaurant, called Fusion, is upstairs in the space previously occupied by Pearl Alley Bistro. Motiv will also host occasional art shows, political discussions and other social events.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 530 Front St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 This Wells Fargo office offers mortgage loans. The entrance is located opposite Front Street. The seven highly…More knowledgeable loan officers occupy cubicles in the neat, air-conditioned office and can help you with your home purchase.
La Bahia Apartments 400 Beach St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 La Bahia Apartments is a classic Spanish-style apartment complex that has a grand history of movie stars and famous…More visitors. All residential units now, the complex features a beautiful, relaxing courtyard and beach access across the street. Currently, this complex is a mix of residential units occupied by seasonal employees of the Boardwalk. There is an ongoing controversy in local politics over restoring this historic building or replacing it with a newer hotel. For more detailed information on this issue you can visit <a href="http://www.buildabetterlabahia.org/">here</a>.
The Pocket owner, Jerry, wants to share the good-times with you. Sports are featured on big screen TV's and two Pool…More tables occupy the floor. The casual atmosphere is spiced with art work by local artists. Jerry has made some changes to the interior, but customers from 35 years ago still frequent the place. </p>
Esquire II Barber Shop 1703 Mission St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Esquire II Barber Shop has been serving Santa Cruzans with haircuts for 27 years. Barber and stylist Wayne Rickard runs…More a friendly shop and customers appreciate his expert cuts. Men, women and children are welcome. There are books and toys to keep the kids occupied, and both children and adults will get a kick out of the shop's mascot--Buddy the Parrot who hangs out in a cage by the front door.