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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
Brush fire breaks out in San Ramon

A wildfire burned 40 acres off Montbretia Way and Ironwood, East of San Ramon in Contra Costa County on Tuesday. A wildfire burned 40 acres off Montbretia Way and Ironwood, East of San Ramon in Contra Costa County on Tuesday.

News digest: Jill Duerig's new gig, blood donations & DSRSD digester

Jill Duerig, who stepped down in April as general manager of the Zone 7 Water Agency for retirement, has taken a position as interim executive director of the newly created Delta Conveyance Design and Construction Joint Powers Authority . She was hired at the May 17 inaugural meeting of the DCA, a JPA founded by Zone 7 along with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Santa Clara Valley Water District and San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District.

Ask a Vet: Whata s new with the dog flu?

Today's "Ask a Vet" question is answered by Dr. Adam Scott, Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center and Urgent Care, 2000 Bishop Dr., San Ramon. Q. Earlier this year, dog owners were being encouraged to have their pets vaccinated against the dog flu.

Transbay bus a winner for some commuters: Roadshow

JUNE 03: A psassenger boards a San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency bus on June 3, 2014 in San Francisco, California. For the second day in a row, San Francisco commuters are facing long delays as San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency transit workers continue a sickout to protest against a rejected labor contract.

Transbay bus a winner for some commuters: Roadshow

Transbay bus ridership has grown over 30 percent in the last five years. Q: When I first got my job in San Francisco, I was trying to find a way of commuting that made sense.

Catechetical Congress?

Patti Collyer, of the Diocese of Oakland's Department of Faith Formation & Evangelization, talked with Michele Jurich of The Catholic Voice about the upcoming Catechetical Congress, which will be Aug. 11 at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland. What is a Catechetical Congress? It is an opportunity for people to come and be enriched and to learn more about the faith.

Tri-Valley continues exploring potable water reuse

Tri-Valley water agencies recently reviewed results of a feasibility study on the prospect of bringing a potable water reuse system online to supplement the region's water supply, liking what they've seen so far and asking for more research on potential project options. Pleasanton joined Dublin and Livermore water service providers back in 2016 to finance a consultants' study to see if potable reuse would be feasible in the Tri-Valley, based on regulatory, technical and financial considerations.

Both challengers, two incumbents win election to Zone 7 board

Dennis Gambs and his campaign staff threw an election night party at a home in Livermore. The Zone 7 Water Agency will see two new faces on its Board of Directors, as both challengers finished in the top four vote count as of the semi-official Election Night totals released just after 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.

EV reserved parking irritates some drivers: Roadshow

A parking area for electric vehicles is photogaphed at Bishop Ranch on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, in San Ramon, Calif.

Police: CA student planned 'Columbine 2.0'

A California freshman is accused of planning a high school shooting on the anniversary of the Columbine massacre. SAN RAMON, CA A California teenager is under arrest after allegedly planning to commit a high school shooting he called "Columbine 2.0." According to a police report, the freshman wanted to carry out the attack on the same day as the Columbine attack, April 20, in the year 2021.

11 men arrested in Pleasanton prostitution sting

Eleven men were arrested Thursday in a prostitution sting operation at a local hotel meant to send a message to potential customers, police said Friday. One man thought he was going to have paid sex with a 15-year-old girl, while another wanted to act as a pimp, police said.

Fannie, Freddie want to make mortgages easier for gig-economy workers

The two biggest sources of home-mortgage money in the country -- investors Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- are quietly working on ways to make qualifying for a home purchase easier for participants in the booming "gig" economy. The gig economy refers to hundreds of income-earning activities that allow workers to set their own hours, work for as long or as little as they choose, and function as independent contractors or freelancers as opposed to salaried employees.

San Ramon School Shooting Plot Thwarted

A freshman student at California High School in San Ramon was arrested last month for allegedly plotting a shooting at the school. A freshman student at California High School in San Ramon was arrested last month for allegedly plotting a shooting at the school.

One voter decides for 600,000 in blocking release of candidate's contract

An attorney from San Ramon and a charter school in Clayton have decided that voters have no right to know the employment history of Ron Leone, candidate for the county-wide school superintendent position. The Clayton Valley Charter High School has repeatedly denied requests from members of the public and this newspaper for the contract of Assistant Superintendent Ron Leone, who is running for the position of Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools.

Drug needle reports on BART spur action

In response to a growing number of complaints from Bay Area riders of needles littering the region's transit system, BART will enlist more members for its rapid response team to manage urgent cleaning needs on trains and a mobile option for passengers to file bio-hazard complaints, the agency announced Wednesday. less In response to a growing number of complaints from Bay Area riders of needles littering the region's transit system, BART will enlist more members for its rapid response team to manage urgent cleaning needs ... more Michael Lopez, with the Central Market Community Benefit District, picks up a needle and other debris lying on the sidewalk on Market Street near Seventh Street in San Francisco, Calif.

Drug needle reports on BART, including woman pricked on train,

In response to a growing number of complaints from Bay Area riders of needles littering the region's transit system, BART will enlist more members for its rapid response team to manage urgent cleaning needs on trains and a mobile option for passengers to file bio-hazard complaints, the agency announced Wednesday. less In response to a growing number of complaints from Bay Area riders of needles littering the region's transit system, BART will enlist more members for its rapid response team to manage urgent cleaning needs ... more The hypodermic needles that have become a frequent sighting on San Francisco streets are starting to appear on BART, sometimes wedged within cushions and wall crevices.

30 delegates from Mexico visit Pleasanton

The Pleasanton-Tulancingo Sister City Association celebrated its 35th anniversary last month when 30 association members from Tulancingo visited Pleasanton. An opening night gala at Castlewood Country Club with music from Amador Valley High School musicians was followed by a day touring municipal services such as the city offices, Pleasanton Police Department, Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department and Dublin San Ramon Services District.

Flagging Down Driverless Buses

The first fully driverless train network, Vancouver's SkyTrain in western Canada, has been in operation since 1985. The Paris urban transit system has automated its oldest and busiest Metro line and plans to automate about half the subway system by 2050.

National Geographic Bee contestant wins big on Paraguay

Venkat Ranjan, 13, of San Ramon, California, emerged victorious among the 54 state and U.S. territory winners who came to the District this week to compete in the four-day competition at National Geographic Headquarters. "Uh, I don't know this, so I'm going to have to guess something," the precocious seventh-grader said.

HyreCar IPO: 3 things to know about the company aiming to be the Airbnb of cars

Stickers for both Uber and Lyft on the back window of a car in San Ramon, Calif. Newcomer HyreCar matches would-be ride-sharing drivers to cars that would otherwise sit idle.

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