San Ramon

  1. Named after the Spanish Saint Raymond, San Ramon is in the beautiful and stunning San Ramon Valley. This City is in Contra Costa County, California, United States, and is a suburban city of the San Francisco Bay Area. Titled the Tree City of USA, on April 24, 2001, San Ramon with an elevation of 148m above sea level and an area of 46.82 km² is flanked by Mount Diablo to the northeast which is prominently visible from almost all parts of the city.

San Ramon is adjacent to Danville, California, to the north and Dublin, California, to the south. Unincorporated county lands border San Ramon to the east and west.  weather patterns funnel in from the San Francisco Bay via Castro Valley.
January is normally the wettest month, averaging 5.20 inches (132 mm) of precipitation. July is usually the driest month, with an average of only 0.06 inches (1.5 mm) of precipitation. Snow is rare, but Hail occurs sometimes in the winter.
The major freeway in the area is Interstate 680

San Ramon, CA is listed with Zip Code 94583. A new Zip Code, 94582, was added in 2005, and now San Ramon has two.
Notable locations in San Ramon are San Ramon Siding, Canyon Lakes Golf Course, San Ramon National Golf Club, San Ramon Library San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District Station 34, San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District Station 39, San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District Station 38 and Shopping Centers like Alcosta Mall Shopping Center, Crow Canyon Commons Shopping Center, Diablo Plaza Shopping Center, San Ramon Village Shopping Center, The Marketplace Shopping Center Etc Life sure is a cinch J
Other Places of Interest are Bishop Ranch Regional Preserve, South San Ramon Creek, Morgan Territory Regional Preserve, Ramon Valley, Forest Home Farms, Glass House, Coyote Creek, San Catanio Creek to name a few of a really long list.
Till the early 1980's the City of San Ramon was predominantly a bedroom community for the major employment centers in the Bay Area: San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose/Silicon Valley. The development of Bishop Ranch, in 1982, renovated San Ramon into a significant regional employment center. With the development of major new employment centers, employees are attracted from such far away distances as Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties. The Bishop Ranch Office Park consists of 580 acres of land with 5.9 million square feet of office space. 
The Memorial Park Aerial View of Memorial Park, including play area, ball field and BMX track

Must Visit Forest Home Farms, National Register of Historic Places and Names of Some the Parks are mentioned below
• Athen Downs
• Bellingham Square Park
• Bollinger Canyon School Park
• Boone Acres Park etc

Local bus service in the San Ramon Valley is provided primarily by County Connection (Central Contra Costa Transit Authority, or CCCTA). The major freeway in the area is Interstate 680.

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