Hero Towing in Walnut Creek, CA: Your Trusted Towing Partner

Hero Towing proudly serves Walnut Creek, CA, providing expert towing and roadside assistance services. In Walnut Creek, when you encounter a roadside emergency, rely on Hero Towing’s expert team. We offer Walnut Creek roadside assistance, including jump-starts, flat tire changes, and lockout solutions, prioritizing your safety and getting you back on the road swiftly.

Walnut Creek’s Expert Roadside Assistance

In Walnut Creek, when you encounter a roadside emergency, you can rely on Hero Towing’s expert team. We offer Walnut Creek roadside assistance that includes jump-starts, flat tire changes, and lockout solutions. Our priority is ensuring your safety and getting you back on the road swiftly. We understand the stress and inconvenience that such unexpected moments can bring, and that’s why we’ve made it our mission to be a steadfast pillar of support for the people of Walnut Creek.

Walnut Creek’s Specialized Motorcycle Towing

For motorcycle enthusiasts in Walnut Creek, Hero Towing offers specialized motorcycle towing services. Our experienced operators are well-versed in the unique requirements of motorcycle transport, guaranteeing safe and secure handling of your precious bike. Whether it’s an emergency tow or a carefully planned transport, count on us in Walnut Creek.

Walnut Creek, California

Walnut Creek is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, about 16 miles (26 kilometers) east of the city of Oakland. Walnut Creek has a total population of 70,127 per the 2020 census, is located at the junction of the highways from Sacramento and San Jose (I-680) and San Francisco/Oakland (SR-24), and is accessible by BART.[7] The city shares its borders with ClaytonLafayetteAlamoPleasant Hill, and Concord.

Geography and climate

Walnut Creek is located at 37°54′23″N 122°03′54″W.[12] Portions lie in both the San Ramon Valley and the Ygnacio Valley below the western slopes of Mount Diablo. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 19.8 sq mi (51.2 km2), 0.06 percent of which is water. Walnut Creek – the actual waterway that runs through the town – has been routed underneath downtown through a series of tunnels. These start at the southwest end of Macy’s and end just southwest of Bar Camino Restaurant.


Walnut Creek consists of a bustling, upscale downtown with established neighborhoods in its surrounding areas. Neighborhoods range in affordability and feel, with some being exceptionally charming and tight-knit (e.g., Parkmead) while others are more rural and forested with homes on generous lots (e.g., Tice Valley). Not all neighborhoods are incorporated; there are many unincorporated areas that are serviced by Contra Costa County. A non-exhaustive list of neighborhoods in Walnut Creek include:

Depending on the neighborhood, homes can be assigned to schools in Lafayette, San Ramon Valley, Walnut Creek, or Mt. Diablo Unified School District.

Open space

Main article: Walnut Creek Open Space

Walnut Creek owns more open space per capita than any other community in the state of California. In 1974, Walnut Creek voters approved a $6.7 million bond measure to acquire and protect open space: the city purchased 1,800 acres (730 ha) of undeveloped hillsides, ridge lines, and park sites. Walnut Creek owns parts of Lime Ridge Open Space, Acalanes Ridge Open Space, Shell Ridge Open Space, and Sugarloaf Open Space.

The East Bay Regional Park District operates Diablo Foothills Regional Park and Castle Rock Regional Recreation Area, both of which are located in Walnut Creek.