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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
Contra Costa: Burglary suspects drive wrong way on I-680, elude police

The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent interrupted home burglary Tuesday after two suspects led San Ramon police on a brief pursuit before driving the wrong way and disappearing on Interstate 680. Around noon, a woman returning to her home noticed an unfamiliar car in the driveway in the 18000 block of Bollinger Canyon Road in unincorporated Contra Costa County just outside city limits, San Ramon police Lt.

Five9 Announces Upcoming Conference Participation

SAN RAMON, Calif., Feb. 21, 2017 -- Five9, Inc. , a leading provider of cloud software for the enterprise contact center market, announced today that members of its management team will present at the following investor conferences: Pacific Crest 12th Annual Emerging Technology Summit in San Francisco at the Park Central Hotel on Wednesday, March 1st at 2:00 PM Pacific Time; and The 29th Annual ROTH Conference at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Orange County, California on Monday, March 13th at 9:30 AM Pacific Time. Presentation materials and the webcasts of these events will be available on the investor relations section of the Company's webite at .

Livermore: Two state lawmakers to hold public town hall

Two state lawmakers will hold a bipartisan town hall meeting in Livermore on Wednesday to address concerns from local citizens. Assemblywoman Catherine Baker , and state Senator Steve Glazer, , will co-host the event for the public at the East Avenue Middle School.

Grayson Introduces Bill to Increase Resident Student Access to the University of California

Assemblymember Tim Grayson , Assemblymember Kevin McCarty , and Assemblymember Catharine Baker introduced Assembly Bill 1674, which they say will ensure that qualified Californian students are not denied admission at UC institutions in favor of less qualified out-of-state students. AB 1674 will specify that when UC campuses admit nonresident undergraduate students, their academic qualifications must, on average, exceed that of resident undergraduate students.

Tri-Valley Lunar New Year gala set for Sunday

Attendees watch a Chinese lion dance during the first Tri-Valley Lunar New Year gala two years ago. This year's event is scheduled for Sunday evening at the Blackhawk Museum.

Around San Ramon: Family blood drives continue to "Pay It Forward"

Eight years ago, the Murphy family started a blood drive to honor the teenage boy, a heart donor, who gave their son the ultimate gift of life. Kevin Murphy was just 11 years old when he underwent lifesaving heart transplant surgery.

Armanino Named 2016 Partner of the Region: Americas by Adaptive Insights

The award recognizes outstanding achievement by Adaptive Insights partners around the world in a variety of categories. "Adaptive Insights has been an important partner to us over the years.

AT&T Accelerates LTE-M Rollout

AT&T expects to have its LTE-M network for IoT deployed nationwide ahead of schedule in second quarter of 2017. AT&T's LTE-M service will be available in Mexico by the end of the year.

CHP seeks senior volunteers in Tri-Valley

Those from the Dublin, Danville, San Ramon, Pleasanton and Livermore area can apply to be a part of the CHP's Senior Volunteer Program, which helps with field and administration work. Senior volunteers drive marked CHP cars in uniform while performing field duties such as directing traffic, completing surveys and deploying radar trailers, according to the CHP.

Pleasanton: Suspect rams police car, escapes after three-city chase

Officers are asking for the public's help in finding the driver of a stolen van who could face assault and evading charges after leading a pursuit through several cities before eluding capture early Thursday. Just before 2:45 a.m., a K-9 officer on patrol noticed the van after it made an illegal U-turn at Hopyard Road and Owens Drive, Pleasanton police Officer Jerry Niceley said.

Around Pleasanton: Mayor Thorne on schools, traffic, housing

Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne is interviewed by Adina Erridge, senior loan officer with Bay Equity Home Loans of San Ramon, during weekly meeting of the Valley Real Estate Network. It seems like schools, traffic and housing are always top issues for most of us in Pleasanton, and especially to Realtors and their associates whose livelihood depends on selling our community to those thinking of moving here.

AT&T plans a national IoT network with LTE-M by midyear

AT&T is accelerating its rollout of LTE-M , an IoT network that's already being used to track shipping containers and pallets, monitor water use and connect fleets to the internet. The carrier said Tuesday it will have nationwide LTE-M coverage in the U.S. by the middle of this year, six months ahead of schedule.

AT&T to launch network for Internet of Things

Darren Koenig, senior director of digital innovation and Internet of Technology at Pepsico explains how his smart soda machine works at AT&T in San Ramon Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Various technologies were on hand to show how AT&T accelerates deployment of LTE-M network for Internet of Things.

AT&T to launch network for Internet of Things

Darren Koenig, senior director of digital innovation and Internet of Technology at Pepsico explains how his smart soda machine works at AT&T in San Ramon Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Various technologies were on hand to show how AT&T accelerates deployment of LTE-M network for Internet of Things.

Group of state legislators from Delta Caucus release statement on alarming Oroville Dam situation

On Monday, February 13, 2017, members of the Delta Caucus of the California state legislature, including three representing Contra Costa County, released the following statement regarding the hazardous situation at Oroville Dam after news reports that previous concerns about the safety of the dam's current infrastructure were ignored: "We are concerned that a clear alarm raised 12 years ago about the state of the Oroville Dam's emergency spillway was discounted. There has been more than enough time since then for upgrades and maintenance to the structure.

'The challenge of our age'

While Stockton residents fretted over chloramines last year, the real water crisis could be found in scattered places like the Glenwood Mobile Home Park along Highway 26, five miles outside the city. For years, the farmworkers, laborers and senior citizens who live in Glenwood's humble, cramped trailers have gone to town to fill jugs of water for cooking and drinking.

San Ramon set to put up $2M for Iron Horse Trail overcrossing

The City Council on Tuesday is expected to approve putting up $2 million in general fund money as matching funds to help attract grant money to build a pedestrian/bicycle overpass that would carry the Iron Horse Trail over Bollinger Canyon Road. The overcrossing would cost an estimated $14 million, and the city wants to land that amount by combining grants from three separate funds - the federal One Bay Area Grant Program , and two Contra Costa County Measure J funds, the Pedestrian/Bike Trail Fund and the Transportation for Livable Communities fund .

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