Hero Towing proudly serves Concord, CA, offering expert towing and roadside assistance services. Our dedicated team is here to provide timely and professional support for all your towing needs in Concord.

Concord’s Expert Roadside Assistance

In Concord, when you encounter a roadside emergency, Hero Towing’s expert team is your dependable choice. We offer Concord roadside assistance that includes jump-starts, flat tire changes, and lockout solutions. Your safety and a swift return to your journey are our top priorities.

Pleasant Hill’s Vehicle Lockout Solutions

For swift and reliable vehicle lockout solutions in Concord, Hero Towing is the name to remember. Our skilled team can quickly and safely unlock your vehicle, ensuring minimal disruption to your day. Trust us for stress-free lockout assistance in Pleasant Hill.

Concord (/ˈkɒŋkərd/ KON-kerd) is the most populous city in Contra Costa CountyCalifornia, United States. According to an estimate completed by the United States Census Bureau, the city had a population of 129,295 in 2019, making it the eighth largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1869 as Todos Santos by Don Salvio Pacheco II, a noted Californio ranchero, the name was later changed to Concord. The city is a major regional suburban East Bay center within the San Francisco Bay Area, and is 29 miles (47 kilometers) east of San Francisco.

The United States Census Bureau defines an urban area in the East Bay which is separated from the San Francisco–Oakland urban area and with Concord as the principal city: the Concord–Walnut Creek, CA urban area had a population of 538,583 as of the 2020 census, making it the 80th largest in the United States.


Until 1995, the city was the eastern terminus of the Concord line of Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) commuter train system; the line has since been extended eastward to Pittsburg/Bay Point in 1996 and Antioch in 2018. The County Connection provides limited public transportation in the city and to other points in the county. Buses run from the North Concord BART station to Martinez, the county seat.

Main thoroughfares include Willow Pass Road, Concord Avenue, Concord Boulevard, Clayton Road, Monument Boulevard, Ygnacio Valley Road, Oak Grove Road and Treat Boulevard.[37] The city is also served by Interstate 680, and state highways 4 and 242.

Buchanan Field Airport is a public county-owned airfield in the City of Concord. It is served by JSX, and previously served by American EagleWestAir Commuter AirlinesPacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) and later by PSA successor USAir with the latter two airlines operating nonstop jet service between the airfield and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).