Living in Angels

Volunteer Opportunities

The city is always seeking volunteers for various projects, both present and future. We collaborate with non-profits to coordinate cleanup and beautification projects. If you have an interest in civic service and making a difference in our community, sign up today by clicking the link below.

I Love Angels Camp

The City of Angels is a charming community with wonderful schools, healthcare amenities, and shopping. With the City being the only incorporated City in the county of Calaveras, many shopping opportunities can be found here. Whether you want organic produce, yard or lumber supplies, or a special gift, you can find them all here within the City limits.

Planning Your Move?

If you’re planning to move to Angels Camp, below is some information to help make your move go smoothly.



Calaveras County Library
Angels Camp Branch
185 S. Main St.
Angels Camp, CA
(209) 736-2198
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday & Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.



Angels Camp Family Medical Center
445 S. Main St.
Angels Camp, CA
(209) 736-0249

James Dalton Medical Office
590 Stanislaus Ave
Angels Camp, CA
(209) 736-0813

Angels Camp Rapid Care
23 North Main Street
Angels Camp, CA
(209) 736-9130

Mark Twain Hospital
768 Mountain Ranch Rd.
San Andreas, CA
(209) 754-3521

Adventist Health Hospital
1000 Greenley Road
Sonora, CA
(209) 536-5000

52 S. Main Street, Ste B
Angels Camp. CA



Mark Twain Elementary School, Public, Grades K-8
646 Stanislaus Ave | P.O. Box 1239
Angels Camp, CA
(209) 736-6533

Bret Harte Union High School, Public, Grades 9-12
364 Murphys Grade Rd.
Angels Camp, CA 95221
(209) 736-2507

Christian Family Learning Center, Private, Grades K-8
3710 Whittle Rd. |  P.O. Box 880
Angels Camp, CA 95222
(209) 736-1175

Calaveras County Office of Education
185 S. Main Street Altaville, CA

Community Colleges

College campus

Columbia College
11600 Columbia College Drive
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 588-5100

Delta College
5151 Pacific Ave
Stockton, CA 95207
(209) 954-5151

History of the City of Angels

Rich strikes on the Mokelumne, Stanislaus and Tuolumne Rivers and their tributaries occasionally led to establish mining camps. Some even lasted long enough to mature into semi-permanent towns but once the surface deposits of placer gold played out, many communities struggled to survive. The lucky ones developed other resources and remained past the initial boom. Angels Camp was one of those fortunate few.

Living in Angels Camp


Convergence of Highway 49 & Highway 4
Angels Camp, CA 95222
(209) 736-2181

Angels Camp is approximately 2 1/2 hours from the Bay Area on Highways 49 and 4.
Approximately 2 hours South East of Sacramento.