Union City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Union City Assisted Living Facilities

Acacia Creek

Review by Lar


It's the very best in the east bay and the greater Bay Area. A wonderful atmosphere with a true sense of community. It takes away the worry of aging and care. It is the place.

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Pacifica Senior Living Union City

Review by Rahul Mehra


This is absolutely world class senior living facility and I would highly recommend it. Go visit it for yourself and check it out. The staff are great, the food is great and the ergonomics of each of the rooms is great.

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Pacifica Senior Living Union City

Review by HK


Pacifica Senior Living Union City is very clean and nice. The tour guide was very friendly, helpful, and explained to us what was available. The location seemed to be convenient for transportation. They have a dining area, a coffee room, and a parking area.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Union City

Union City, CaliforniaAlthough Union City was only incorporated in 1959, the city's history dates back more than 100 years ago. It was a place where disappointed gold miners discovered the thriving opportunity in raising crops, due to its fertile agricultural land. Indeed, the healthy varieties of vegetables grown in California were originally shipped from Union City. Belonging to the Tri-City area along with Newark and Fremont, and bordering Hayward to the north and Fremont to the south, Union City has become one of the most promising cities in California. The weather is mild and comfortable with an average of 265 sunny days and only 18 inches of rain per year. Union City assisted living is a great option for seniors looking for suburban living with access to urban amenities.

Union City Recreation

There are a number of shopping centers that are sure to be of interest to Union City senior living residents including the Alavarado Plaza Shopping Center, Union City Marketplace Shopping Center and the El Mercado Plaza Shopping Center. There are more than thirty well-maintained parks in and around the city that seniors find perfect for walks and picnics. Most notable are the Union City Courthouse Landing within the Victorian Village housing development where some of the most artful and stylish homes are located, and the William Cann Civic Center Park, where migratory birds have made the park's large lagoon home.

Union City Activities

The Union City Historical Museum is a worthwhile repository of the city's mementos from the past, and includes an interesting collection of books from its own library. The Union City Branch Alameda County Library, open all days of the week, proudly boasts having the third-largest circulation of library materials in the County system. The newest addition to the city is the Ruggieri Senior Center. Various activities geared towards Union City senior living residents are held at the Center such as art and Spanish classes, health-promoting activities including badminton workshops and Hula dancing, and most importantly, fostering and maintaining friendships through organized book clubs and gameplay.

Union City Medical Facilities

Physical Therapy In The GardenFor Union City assisted living residents, quality care can always be found at the Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, which provides comprehensive primary care for all ages. The Nakamura Clinic provides immediate and quality care, and is a leader in the management of chronic medical problems including diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The nearby St. Rose Hospital, located in Hayward only five miles away, has the most advanced diagnostic technology in Northern California.

Union City Transportation

Union City Transit & Paratransit provides access within the city to Union City senior living residents and runs the Paratransit Plus program which is available to seniors and the disabled for travel to southern Hayward, northern Fremont and Newark. Routes are coordinated with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), AC Transit and the Dumbarton Express which provide regional travel outside of the city. Discounts are given to senior passengers on all train systems. Your loved one will surely find the fulfillment of living in the dynamic yet peaceful atmosphere that surrounds Union City. Find assisted living communities on our Union City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top