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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
Local symphony announces 45th Competition for Young Musicians

The competition is open to instrumentalists and vocalists who reside or attend school in Pleasanton, Livermore, Sunol, Dublin or San Ramon. Students are eligible through grade 12. If not enrolled in high school, the maximum age is 17. The competition is set for Oct. 1. The two winners will perform as soloists with the symphony at its Feb. 24 concert as well as receive $500.

Touring Bishop Ranch Autonomous shuttle pilot - what will it take to go mainstream?

On July 12, a group of transit advocates, and managers of public and private shuttle programs made a pilgrimage to San Ramon to get a tour of the first driverless, autonomous shuttle program in the Bay Area, on a tour organized by Friends of Caltrain and Menlo Spark. In addition to getting a ride on the nifty new devices, we learned much more about the pilot program, including the incremental testing steps and technology evolution that will be needed for this technology to transform first and last mile transit connections and fill gaps in today's transit system.

Employers warned to offer commuter benefit to workers in Bay Area

A van pool from Vallejo to San Ramon makes a stop at San Ramon, An air pollution rule requires large Bay Area employers to offer incentives or pre-tax benefits to workers to take van pools, car pools, public transit, or bicycles to work. Air pollution regulators are warning thousands of Bay Area employers they could be fined for failing to comply with a rule requiring them to offer a commuter benefit to employees who get to work via van pool, bus, train or bike.

New walk-in Sutter clinic opens in Dublin

Service Line Director Nikki Sims, center, and Walk-In Care Manager Samantha Aguayo, right, talk at the Sutter Health Walk-In Care clinic in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Thursday, June 29, 2017. The clinic's first day of operation was Thursday, and additional Sutter Walk-In Care locations including one in Dublin are now open.

Police seek armed suspect in San Ramon drugstore robbery

Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who robbed a drugstore of drugs at gunpoint Wednesday. Just after 8 a.m., a man walked into Walgreens, 21001 San Ramon Valley Blvd., and went to the pharmacy counter, police said.

Suspects sought after at least 13 cars vandalized, 1 stolen in San Ramon

Police are asking for the public's help in finding suspects responsible for a series of overnight vehicle window-smashes and at least one stolen vehicle. At least 13 vehicles were hit between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday, with most reported in neighborhoods west of San Ramon Valley Boulevard between Pine Valley and Bollinger Canyon roads, police said.

Sunflower Hill named Nonprofit of the Year

Assemblywoman Catharine Baker joins Sunflower Hill representatives and local elected officials at a reception last week at Sunflower Hill Gardens in Livermore after the organization was chosen as Baker's Nonprofit of the Year. Tri-Valley nonprofit Sunflower Hill has been recognized at the state level for its efforts to provide vocational, educational and residential opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in the region.

San Mateo's rental rates keep rising

It is shaping up to be a long, hot summer for San Mateo renters as monthly fees due to landlords ticked up by nearly 4 percent in last year, continuing a steady incline for the past six months, according to a recent report. The report from showed the median rent for a one-bedroom unit is $3,450 and a two-bedroom unit is $4,330, while the hikes follow a trend consistent throughout the region.

Developer gets OK to build Castro Valley townhomes

The unanimous 6-0 decision by the Alameda County Planning Commission on June 19 paves the way for Todd Deutscher, of Catalyst Development Partners in San Ramon, to begin work on a 1.89-acre lot, made up of five parcels along Jamison Way that served as an orchard in the 1940s. Once soil remediation is complete, development plans include demolishing a duplex, seven houses, tennis courts and a swimming pool before constructing eight buildings that will house 27, two-story owner-occupied townhouses.

Teacher accused of child molestation quits despite lack of charges in San Ramon district

Despite a hung jury and a decision not to retry a child molestation case, a former teacher resigned from the San Ramon Valley Unified School District on Friday. Jeff O'Hearn was charged with one count of lewd acts with a child under 14 and another count of oral copulation of a child 10 years or younger.

Fence panels return to golf course in San Ramon. Why?

Joe Parsons said there's always a concern whenever there's any sort of a change at the San Ramon Golf Club course - the byproduct of more than a year of threats to the golf course that backs up to so many neighborhood houses. And so it was when chain-link fencing went up along some of the course's edges a few weeks ago.

Photos: Sutter Health Walk-In Care clinic opens in Walnut Creek

Nurse Practioner Carolin Delker, left, and Vice President of Operations Administration Jenny Buchanan prepare for patients at the Sutter Health Walk-In Care clinic, in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Thursday, June 29, 2017. The clinic's first day of operation was Thursday, and additional Sutter Walk-In Care locations will open this summer and fall in Dublin, San Ramon and San Jose, in addition to clinics opened in Petaluma and San Francisco.

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Why does water suddenly taste bad in parts of the East Bay?

Algae blooms related to a cycle of drought and wet winter has brewed taste and odor problems in drinking water for 220,000 people in the Tri Valley. The water is safe to drink, but its musty taste is making the water less pleasing to the palate of many people in Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin and part of San Ramon, the Alameda County Zone 7 Water Agency reported this week.

Fourth of July fireworks in the Tri-Valley

Whether it's a vibrant fireworks spectacular or an intimate fireworks lighting at a local park, the Tri-Valley provides plenty of opportunities for residents to gather for fireworks and celebration this Fourth of July. Individual fireworks remain banned in Pleasanton, Livermore, San Ramon and Danville to reduce the risk of accidental fires, injuries or even fatalities resulting from independently set off fireworks.

Consultant: Expect more questions on 'chemicals of concern'

Processors may be facing more questions about details of their products by their customers in the near future, a consultant warned members at the Western Plastics Association's annual conference in Sonoma in May. Tony Kingsbury talked about "chemicals of concern" and wondered if their regulation is backed by science or sensationalism. Kingsbury is founder and president of the sustainability consultancy TKingsbury LLC of San Ramon, Calif.

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