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Castro Valley is located in central California. The city was named in honor of Don Guillermo Castro, a rancher and a soldier in the Mexican army. Castro was given a land grant that consisted of 28,000 acres. Because he had a gambling habit, he ended up having to sell off portions of the land in order to pay off some of his gambling debts. During the 1940s and 1950s Castro Valley was known for its chicken ranches. Today it exists as a residential community comprised of individuals who commute to the larger surrounding cities.

Population: 57262
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with castro valley, california: 94546 94552
Towns/Cities near castro valley, california : Cherryland Ashland San Lorenzo

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The Castro Valley Eden Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their upcoming event, Taste of Castro Valley & Business Expo. The event, on Thursday, March 30 at the Castro Valley Moose Lodge, will bring together cuisine, culture and commerce.

Community news: Salvation Army seeks disaster volunteers

The Salvation Army Alameda County's canteen deployed to the 2015 Valley Fire, 2015 Berkeley Balcony Collapse, 2016 Clayton Fire, 2016 Oakland Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire and, most recently, to the Oroville Dam evacuation. The volunteers are called during disasters and tasks may include helping serve food from canteens, comforting victims and cleaning up.

Drone-catchers Emerge on a New Aerial Frontier

The enemy drone whined in the distance. The Interceptor, a drone-hunting machine from Silicon Valley startup Airspace Systems, slinked off its launch pad and dashed away in hot pursuit.

BART emergencies, rainy weather causing 25 minute delays into SF

Medical emergencies on different BART trains, equipment problems and wet weather caused at least 25 minute delays into San Francisco Tuesday morning, officials said. A train stops at the Castro Valley BART station on Wed.

Oakland: Murder suspect arrested after traffic stop

A man wanted for allegedly gunning down and killing another man last month was caught Tuesday morning after a police officer pulled him over for running a stop sign. Tavon Foster, 23, of Castro Valley, was taken into custody about 9:50 a.m. following a traffic stop at 64th Avenue and Camden Street, where a background check indicated he was wanted on a warrant in connection with the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Darnell Foster on Feb. 11. Foster was shot after he left a party in the 2400 block of Havenscourt Boulevard in East Oakland and died about 2 p.m. in the 6500 block of Avenal Avenue, or about two blocks from the party, according to police.

Palomares Road between Castro Valley and Fremont reopens after mudslide

A frequently traveled road in Alameda County has reopened following a mudslide and other storm impacts, officials with the county Public Works Agency said Thursday. Palomares Road has reopened between Palo Verde Road in the unincorporated community of Castro Valley and Niles Canyon Road in Fremont.

Oakland: Two men charged in friend's fatal shooting

Two men have been charged in the fatal shooting of a friend last month, as well as burning vehicles linked to the killing and trying to dissuade witnesses in the case, according to authorities and court documents. Ernesto Ferrer, 22, and Joel Garcia Lopez, 26, are each charged with murder in the Feb. 8 killing of Lorenzo Castrejon, 22, of Oakland, who was shot multiple times in the 3100 block of Chapman Street.

Fitness guru Jack LaLannea s family to open Castro Valley gym

As a young man, Chris LaLanne spent days exercising and working out with Bay Area fitness guru Francois "Jack" LaLanne, during visits to the Morro Bay home. "He would get up at 4 a.m. when I would visit and spend the weekend with them, and I remember getting up bright and early," Chris LaLanne, 40, said in a telephone interview.

Alameda County lowers cap for mobile home park rent increases

A nearly two-year effort to strike a balance between unincorporated Alameda County mobile home park owners and renters may be coming to an end soon after county supervisors lowered the allowed annual rent increases at mobile home parks, but removed some restrictions on when rents could be raised. The supervisors, by a 3-1 vote, gave their initial OK to the new rent stabilization laws at their Feb. 21 meeting and will reconsider it on March 21 once the county's legal team and housing staff review the changes.

Hayward: Search warrant operation into violent crime leads to arrests

Police said several people were arrested on various charges Wednesday afternoon after a large-scale warrant search at multiple locations around Hayward, Castro Valley and unincorporated areas. The search was the result of investigators' efforts to solve violent crimes in Hayward from August through December 2016, according to police.

Search for new Ashland school superintendent narrowed to 3

The Ashland School District on Monday announced the names of the three finalists still in the running to become its next superintendent and revealed that each of the women will be here Wednesday for a battery of meet-and-greets, a community forum and final interviews with the school board. The final three are Alicia Henderson, the superintendent of Bellevue Union School District in Santa Rosa, California; Vivienne Paratore, an elementary principal in the Castro Valley Unified School District in Castro Valley, California; and Kelly Raymond, the executive director for instructional leadership in the Highline School District in Burien, Washington.

Bay Area peaks receive dusting of snow; temps may reach 70s midweek

A snowman made by Sherrice Singh, both of Castro Valley, and Bidjan Aminian greets visitors to Juniper campground near the summit of Mount Diablo in Contra Costa County, Calif. on Sunday, March 5, 2017.

Alameda County fire truck broken into near supermarket

A fire engineer and paramedic with the Alameda County Fire Department had his truck broken into Monday night inside a parking lot in Castro Valley. It happened between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. when he parked the truck inside the Safeway parking lot on Castro Valley Boulevard and Redwood Road.

Challenging views on Muslims, Islam one meeting at a time

When it comes to family, Moina Shaiq see no difference between hers and others whom she meets regularly in coffee shops, churches and community meetings. The Fremont resident has shuttled her four children between countless soccer practices and games, plus Boy Scout and Girl Scout activities, over the years.

Wanted: Developer for vacant Daughtreya s building in Castro Valley

It has been more than a quarter century since Ernie Daughtrey and his three sisters shuttered their family's eponymous department store on Castro Valley Boulevard, but he can still remember casting the only company director vote to keep the building in his family's estate. The closure marked the end of a longtime run since his father, Keller Daughtrey, opened Daughtrey's department store in 1949 at Castro Valley Boulevard and Nunes Avenue before moving it to 3295 Castro Valley Blvd. near Santa Maria Avenue.

Progress on keeping trash out of bay varies

For the past seven years, the Bay Area's 76 cities and unincorporated communities have been working toward one common goal: By 2022, catch all trash carried by stormwater systems before it flows into San Francisco Bay. To get there, state regulators at the San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board imposed benchmarks that require cities and counties to take actions to reduce trash in stormwater systems.

Crow Canyon Road closed due to mudslide

Crow Canyon Road in Castro Valley is closed on Wednesday afternoon due to a mudslide, according to public works officials. The road is closed to all traffic between Norris Canyon Road in Castro Valley and Bollinger Canyon Road in San Ramon.

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