Creekside Miller CA Homes For Sale

Dixon, California

Creekside Miller is on the east side of Highway 113. It stretches from Doyle Lane to the east to North 2nd street on the western border. The northern border is E H Street and the southern being E D St.

Neighborhoods Nearby  Creekside Miller

Dixon has a delightful blend of residential neighborhoods surrounded by rural ranches and farms.

Creekside Miller Home Improvement Resources

Perhaps you’re not quite ready to sell your home, but need to make a few crucial updates in order to make your home market ready. Or maybe you need to make improvements before moving in to your newly purchased home. Everything from kitchen and bath remodels, additions, or full cosmetic overhaul, no project is too big or too small.

Creekside Miller Real Estate Agents

We have knowledgeable real estate agents ready and waiting to help you buy or sell the perfect home in Dixon. Each of our associates is a host of valuable information about the city and all that it has to offer.

Creekside Miller Zip Codes

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Creekside Miller Market Stats

  • 2016 Average sale price is $293,959
  • 2016 # of Homes Sold: 11
  • 2016 Average Days on Market: 31

Creekside Miller Nearby Cities

Dixon is in the heart of Solano County, located near major city hubs and smaller urban cores, alike.

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Creekside Miller School Information

Creekside Miller is home to one elementary schools. No matter where you live in Creekside Miller, great education is just around the corner.


Anderson Elementary School
Grades: K-6
415 East C St
Dixon, CA 95620

Dixon Montessori Charter School
Grades: PRE-8
355 North Almond St
Dixon, CA 95620


C. A. Jacobs Intermediate School
Grades: 7-8
200 N Lincoln St.
Dixon, CA 95620

Dixon Community Day School
180 South 1st St.
Dixon, CA 95620

Dixon Montessori Charter School
Grades: PRE-8
355 North Almond St.
Dixon, CA 95620

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Dixon Community Day School
Grades: 7-12
180 south 1st St.
Dixon, CA 95620

Dixon High School
Grades: 9-12
555 College Way
Dixon, CA 95620

Maine Prairie High (Continuation) School
Grades: 10-12
305 East C St.
Dixon, CA 95620


Neighborhood Christian School
Grades: PRE-8
655 South 1st St.
Dixon, CA 95620


Dixon Adult
180 South 1st St.
Dixon, CA 95620

Creekside Miller In Depth


Creekside Miller is on the east side of Highway 113. It stretches from Doyle Lane to the east to North 2nd street on the western border. The northern border is E H Street and the southern being E D St.

Parks and Recreation

There are no formal parks in Creekside Miller, however residents have available to them all of the parks in Dixon.


There are currently approximately 19,290 people living in the city of Dixon. The population density was 2,587.7 people per square mile (999.1/km²). The racial makeup of Dixon was 13,023 (71.0%) White, 562 (3.1%) African American, 184 (1.0%) Native American, 671 (3.7%) Asian, 58 (0.3%) Pacific Islander, 2,838 (15.5%) from other races, and 1,015 (5.5%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 7,426 persons (40.5%). The median age of resident in the city is 34, which is slightly lower than both the state average of 35.6 and the national average of 37.4. Most households are families of 3. The majority of residents are English speaking, with the next commonly spoken language being Spanish. The workforce is primarily made up of blue collar jobs, with roughly 25% of the force being white collar positions.


Weather is moderate and comfortable throughout the entirety of the year.
Dixon, California, gets 23 inches of rain per year. The US average is 39. Snowfall is 0 inches. The average US city gets 26 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 58.
On average, there are 265 sunny days per year in Dixon, California. The July high is around 93 degrees. The January low is 38. Sperling's comfort index for Dixon is a 83 out of 100, where a higher score indicates a more comfortable year-around climate. The US average for the comfort index is 54.


Dixon Teen Center is located at the southern border of the neighborhood.

Dixon May Fair is the highlight of the new Spring season. The Dixon May Fair also has the distinction of being the oldest district fair and fair-grounds in the state of California. You can also enjoy the Solano Home & Garden Show, Dixon Gun Show and the Dixon Crab Feed Fundraiser at the Fairgrounds as well.

Dixon is renowned for its delightful sunflower fields. Sunflowers are grown here for the seed harvest. Wonderful to visit them in the spring when they are in full bloom. Magical!

Dixon maintains its small town charm while providing easy access to the attractions of Sacramento and San Francisco, the Napa Valley and Sonoma wine regions, the rugged Northern California Coast and Lake Tahoe. Located five miles away are the academic and cultural resources of the University of California at Davis, reasonable land prices and an affordable cost of living make Dixon a perfect place to live, work, and to locate a business.

Dixon embraces an old fashioned way of life. Imagine well kept neighborhoods and tree-lined streets. On a balmy summer night, a backyard barbecue or joining a friendly game of softball in one of Dixon's well-maintained parks is a common sight. It's a community where neighbors know each other and look out for one another. Dixon schools have a good reputation, and are a safe place for learning and growth.

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Community Resources

Community resources would be found in other neighborhoods in Dixon, namely Central Dixon.


Residents will find available Healthcare in other neighborhoods in Dixon or in Vacaville or Davis.


Neighboring Fairfield is home to the Travis Air Force Base, which is under the operational control of the Air Mobility Command. It is located just 3 miles east of the main business district in Fairfield. The 60th Air Mobility Wing is the largest wing in the Air Force’s AMC command, and is the host unit at Travis AFB. Travis AFB handles more cargo and passengers through its airport than any other military terminal in the nation. The base has had a major impact on the Solano County community, as many military families and veterans have chosen to make the county their permanent home. It is also the largest employer in the entire county and greatly helps the area’s overall economic stability.


There are numerous schools located throughout the city for children to attend. Creekside Miller is served the Dixon Unified School District. Dixon Unified School District has an enrollment of over 3,800 in 6 schools. There are also parochial schools, pre-schools, and day care centers in the area. Over 30 colleges and universities within the Bay Area and Central Valley are within easy commuting distance from Creekside Miller.

Real Estate

There is a wide range of homes available to buy or rent in Creekside Miller. The median sales price is approximately $414,000. A majority of the available homes are single-family homes, built during the mid-late 20th century.  Creekside Miller’s strategic location to Sacramento, readily available and value-priced properties, and proximity to Northern California's attractions all make it a prime location to live.