Todos Santos Plaza is the community gathering place of Concord. Once you experience it, you’ll want to come back again and again.
Todos Santos historic 2.5 acre downtown plaza is the community gathering place of Concord. In 2018, the plaza was named one of three Great Places in California by the American Planning Association.
Todos Santos Plaza hosts a number of events, such as summer concerts, a farmer’s market, and others throughout the year. It is a wonderful place to enjoy an outdoor concert with the family or just enjoy a lunchtime stroll in the California sun. View upcoming events.
For those looking for a place to play or kick back, a lush public park occupies the plaza’s core. Dotted with picnic tables, benches and a children’s’ playground, the plaza boasts a medley of trees and has free plaza-wide Wi-Fi. Whether you’re visiting for a holiday, traveling for business or just passing through, Todos Santos Plaza is a must-visit in Concord.
During Concord’s recent 150th Anniversary, a bronze statue of Don Salvio Pacheco, its founder, was installed in the plaza. Todos Santos Plaza was dedicated in 1869 by founders Pacheco and Galindo.
Take the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to Concord and hop off at the Concord BART Station. The 8-minute walk to Todos Santos Plaza is directly down Grant Street and lined with blue signs pointing towards the plaza. This is the best option for those looking to avoid the hassle of parking.
There is metered street parking and two free parking structures near the plaza – Salvio Street Garage and Grant Street Parking Garage.