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Located in the San Francisco Bay Area San Ramon is home to the headquarters of the Chevron Corporation, 24-Hour Fitness, as well as AT&T's west coast headquarters San Ramon is known as Tree City USA. A new forty-acre downtown area is planned to include hotel, public plaza, as well as a new city hall and library. A Memorial Park was constructed and dedicated to victims of Flight 93 during the September 11 attacks on September 11, 2002.

Population: 58000
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: University of San Francisco

Zip Codes associated with san ramon, california: 94583
Towns/Cities near san ramon, california : Danville Blackhawk Diablo

San Ramon News
Hayward sculpture an ode to former Hunt Foods cannery

Artist Richard Graef, of Sausalito, stands on Nov. 17, 2017, near a 200-pound bronze cherry sculpture he created to represent the agricultural history of the area in the former Hunt's Cannery area of Hayward. The sculpture was donated by Tri Pointe Homes of San Ramon to mark the near-completion of Blackstone at the Cannery Development.

GE to cut 148 jobs from its San Ramon division

Industrial giant General Electric, which has promised big changes in its operations, will shed 148 jobs from its GE Digital division headquarters in San Ramon. The cuts are set to take effect on Jan. 6, according to a WARN notice filed with California's Employment Development Department.

Tri-Valley Hero: Community Spirit, spearheading San Ramon 150

Co-chairs Gary Alpert and Heidi Kenniston-Lee were the driving forces behind the San Ramon 150 yearlong community celebration. In summer of 2016, about 20 San Ramon leaders gathered together to brainstorm ways to celebrate San Ramon's 150th anniversary of existence one year later.

Linda Wurzbach, champion and voice for SRV special ed students, dies

On her resume, Linda Wurzbach referred to herself as a "self-employed special education advocate." To those who worked with her, that was an accurate, if drastically understated, descriptor.

UC regents admonish Janet Napolitano, order her to apologize in

In this May 18, 2017 file photo, University of California President Janet Napolitano listens as State Auditor Elaine Howle gives a presentation during a meeting of the University of California Board of Regents in San Francisco. Top advisers Napolitano improperly interfered in a state audit to tone down critical comments from campus administrators about the president's office, an investigation ordered by the UC regents found.

California dominates in new list of best cities to raise children

San Ramon, a town of 76,000 in Contra Costa County known mostly for its foliage and as the West Coast headquarters of AT&T, topped the list , with five other California locales including Newport Beach, Pleasanton, Livermore, Davis and Yorba Linda rounding out the top 10. Newtown, Massachusetts; Flower Mount, Texas; Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Boulder, Colorado; also made the top 10, according to the NCHSS list of best cities to raise children. "The weather is nice, the landscapes are beautiful and the public schools are top notch ," according to a summary of the new rankings.

Editorial: Success! California's first-in-the-nation plastic bag ban works

Nov 1, 2016 - Jorge Espinosa, is active in the community and says that the conversion to paper bags from plastic ones is needed but will likely increase his operating costs. Nov 1, 2016 - El Taquito #2 owner, Jorge Espinosa, is active in the community and says that the conversion to paper bags from plastic ones is needed but will likely increase his operating costs.

The Capital Corps Announces Deal with Commerce Home Mortgage

CHM, which was founded in 1993, is licensed to lend in 26 states through its 25 retail offices and its wholesale channel. As part of the transaction, Mario De Tomasi, Chief Executive Officer of CHM, has joined the executive team of The Capital Corps.

Around San Ramon: Schools send aid to North Bay fire evacuees

That was the thank-you message students at San Ramon's Venture School received after sending more than 220 "relief kits" to the victims of the recent North Bay fires. Always the season for generosity around San Ramon, it is so inspiring to hear about the many helpful hands and donations that have poured out and continue to do so for the residents displaced by the fires.

Hayward to allow cannabis businesses

The Hayward City Council has approved allowing most marijuana-related businesses in the city, including cultivation facilities, testing laboratories, retail dispensaries, manufacturing sites and distribution facilities. The new rules take effect immediately.

Video: Horseback rider rescued from Mt. Diablo

Fire officials called on the CHP to help with the search and rescue of the woman, who had fallen from a horse on the Dusty Road Trail near the Wall Point Road Fire Trail in Mount Diablo State Park about 12:15 p.m., according to the CHP. "Once San Ramon Fire District personnel arrived at the scene, it was determined due to her location on the dirt trail, and her injuries, that the most comforting and fastest way to remove her from the location would be the CHP Helicopter hoist," CHP wrote in a statement.

First self-driving shuttle on public roads to launch in Las Vegas

On Wednesday, Las Vegas residents and visitors will get a chance to hop on the country's first autonomous shuttle to operate on public roads, thanks to a partnership with AAA. The automotive association bested Bishop Ranch's autonomous shuttle in the race to become the country's first driverless shuttle that's open to the public.

NCS football playoffs: Selection Sunday video recap

Pittsburg's A'jae Boyd runs with ball as Antioch's Dalaan Green attempts to push him out of bounds as a yellow flag is thrown out in the play in the first half of their Big Little Game at Pittsburg High School in Pittsburg, Calif., on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. After pouring through a season's worth of data and debating the matter in the section's San Ramon offices, the North Coast Section selection committee made its choice for the Open Division playoffs: No.

Castro Valley townhouses near Moose lodge OK'd

A developer has been given the green light to build new homes on a former storage yard off Castro Valley Boulevard near the CineLux Chabot Cinema. Catalyst Development Partners, of San Ramon, plans to build 20 three-story townhouses on a 1.2-acre site, at 20785 and 20985 Baker Road, across the street from the Hayward-Castro Valley Moose Lodge.

Iconic restaurant site on path to becoming park instead of an office building

After almost a decade of changing plans, failed sales and protests, the city is about to take custody of the former Mudd's Restaurant property and make it part of Crow Canyon Gardens park. What nine years ago had been planned as the prospective location for an office building will instead revert largely to nature, a 2.2-acre addition to the park.

Editorial: What we need is more gun control

Gun ownership is a right in this country. A few recent incidents close to home prompt us to remind gun owners about the responsibility that comes with this right.

24 Hour Fitness Accused of Violating Contracts, Fined $1.2M

San Ramon-based 24 Hour Fitness, Inc. was fined $1.2 million on Thursday after being accused of misleading customers by promising low lifetime annual renewal rates, but charging large up-front membership fees, prosecutors said. In addition to the consumer protection settlement, the company must also pay $100,000 to Contra Costa and Orange counties, according to a statement issued on behalf of district attorneys in both counties.

Water bills going down in parts of East Bay

The end of the drought is bringing a delayed reward for 220,000 Tri-Valley residents: A break on their water bills. Households will pay an average of about $4.62 per month less on their water bills starting Jan. 1 as the Alameda County Zone 7 Water Agency dumps a drought surcharge applied to make up for reduced water sales during years of conservation.

Around Pleasanton: Chief Spiller talks crime, other police issues

Adina Erridge of Bay Equity Home Loans and vice president of the Valley Real Estate Network, interviews Pleasanton Police Chief Dave Spiller at recent Realtors meeting in Inklings Coffee Shop. Still understaffed at a time when police work and pay is falling out of favor among college graduates nationally, the number of crimes in Pleasanton rose in 2015 and 2016 over earlier years and the growing number of cyber-crimes is taxing the police department's technological capabilities.

Valley Stars: San Ramon native serves aboard USS Vinson

A 2012 Dougherty Valley High School graduate and San Ramon native is serving on one of the world's largest warships, the USS Carl Vinson. Petty Officer 3rd class Kyong Weon Jang is a machinist's mate aboard the San Diego based ship, the third Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and one of only 11 operational aircraft carriers in the Navy today.

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