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Pleasanton is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a major suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area and is only 25 miles east of Oakland, another major suburb of San Francisco. It was incorporated in 1894. Twice now, in 2005 and 2007, Pleasanton was ranked as the wealthiest middle-sized city in the United States. Safeway Inc, the grocery store line, and Polycom, the voice communications and telepresence manufacturer, are headquartered in Pleasanton.

Population: 63654
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with pleasanton, california: 94566 94588
Towns/Cities near pleasanton, california : Radum Asco Dublin Scotts Corner Verona

Pleasanton News
The bird counter at Shadow Cliffs

Rose will be leading his next public observation viewing of the Shadow Cliffs colony Memorial Day weekend. Unseen by many a Pleasanton resident, Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area is home to a burgeoning civilization: a waterbird colony.

Weekly endorsements for June primary

Early voting is underway in Alameda County, with residents who signed up to vote by mail able to submit their completed ballots now through June 5 at this drop-off box outside the Pleasanton City Clerk's Office at 200 Old Bernal Ave. It's election time once again, and although these midterm primary campaigns haven't generated as much intrigue as we'd see in a presidential election year, there are nonetheless a handful of important topics on the ballot for Tri-Valley voters this June. Some local issues and offices will be decided outright, including the proposed Alameda County childcare sales tax, the Bay Area bridge toll hike and any county elected position in which the top vote-getter earns more than 50% of the vote.

City holding developer fee workshop

Pleasanton city officials are hosting a public workshop Thursday evening to receive feedback from residents as part of the city's effort to update the development impact fees charged for new housing and commercial projects in Pleasanton. City staff gave an initial presentation to the City Council earlier this month and are now working to solicit input from stakeholders before returning to the council with a final recommendation in early summer.

Dell EMC hit for $2.9 million as feds say it paid Bay Area women less than men

Students and others listen as Tarana Burke, founder of the "Me Too" movement, speaks at Saint Mary's College of California in Moraga, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. Burke is the senior director of programs at Girls for Gender Equity in Brooklyn, New York.

Record-level traffic expected for Memorial Day Weekend; and when not to drive

Commuters sit in traffic along Highway 580 in Pleasanton, Calif., near the 680 interchange in the morning of Tuesday, April 24, 2018. AAA expects record-level traffic this Memorial Day weekend.

Council to debate Carpenters Training Center expansion plans

Site map shows the area around the carpenters' site, including where their current building is compared to where they want the new one to be located. The City Council is set to weigh in Tuesday.

Amador student places third in Swalwell's Congressional Art Competition

U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell announced the top finishers of District 15's sixth annual Congressional Art Competition at a reception earlier this month at the Dublin Civic Center, with a San Ramon high-schooler taking home the top prize. High school students from throughout Swalwell's East Bay district submitted 60 paintings, drawings, collages, photographs and other works of art, to be judged by a panel of regional artists and business owners.

Council election: Olson won't seek re-election, Narum running for second term

Council members Kathy Narum and Arne Olson earlier this year as the city celebrated the grand-opening of two new courts at Tennis and Community Park. Both with terms expiring this fall, Olson announced this week he won't seek re-election while Narum is pursuing a second and final term.

Pleasanton PD looking for smash-and-grab thief

Pleasanton police are searching for a man who allegedly cased a local liquor store before stealing from a car in the parking lot earlier this month. The man was seen on surveillance video but has not yet been identified, according to Pleasanton police, who posted video footage related to the case on the department's Facebook page this week in their effort to identify the culprit.

News digest: PUSD capacity meetings, Jail 'N Bail fundraiser & Run to Remember

Parents and community members are invited to attend two meetings in coming weeks surrounding student enrollment and capacity issues in Pleasanton Unified School District. At the meetings, district officials will go over recent demographic data and enrollment projections that have been presented at recent board meetings.

Commission delays decision on Chabad Center for Jewish Life

The Chabad of the Tri-Valley's quest to host expanded religious services, a preschool and outdoor activities at its new Center for Jewish Life on Hopyard Road will have to wait at least another month. The Pleasanton Planning Commission heard nearly two hours of comments from nearly 50 people on the Chabad's plans two weeks ago before ultimately postponing a final decision while encouraging leaders of the Jewish organization to meet with concerned neighbors to develop a compromise both sides could support.

Lydiksen's Simpelo named PUSD Teacher of the Year

Arlene Simpelo, a first-grade teacher at Lydiksen Elementary, was named PUSD's Teacher of the Year for her professionalism and commitment to innovation. Here Simpelo stands with three students in her class who have joined the after-school coding club she co-leads: Rylee Simpson, David Lee, and Elizabeth Surridge.

Road Improvements to Growing Community of San Ramon

Traffic congestion and San Ramon's upcoming City Center were the catalysts to the improvement project along a 1-mi. stretch of Bollinger Canyon Road.

Pleasanton school board approves Chromebooks purchase

After a few hours of discussion, the Pleasanton school board approved the purchase of 7,000 new Dell Chromebooks for students in grades 4-12 Tuesday night. The $2 million purchase from CDW-G is part of the district's "student device initiative," funded through Measure I1, the school facilities bond approved by voters in November 2016.

Men that Move

The following person doing business as: MEN THAT MOVE, 4549 Black Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566, County of Alameda, is hereby registered by the following owner: Trevor Copeland, 4549 Black Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566. This business is conducted by Trevor Copeland, an Individual.

East Bay pets of the week for May 11

Meet Iven the Terrier! Weighing in at 20 pounds, Iven has a tail that won't stop wagging, welcoming all new friends to come say hello. Iven is a 3-year-old male Patterdale terrier mix.

School board to consider buying 7,000 Chromebooks

The Pleasanton school board is set to consider purchasing 7,000 new Dell Chromebooks for students in grades 4-12 at Tuesday night's meeting. The $2 million purchase from CDW-G would be part of the district's "student device initiative," funded through Measure I1, the school facilities bond approved by voters in November 2016.

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