East San Jose (or East Valley or The Eastside) is the name for several neighborhoods east of downtown San Jose, California. These neighborhoods include:
- King and Story
- Alum Rock
- East Foothills
- Little Portugal
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... Almaden Lake Park, South San Jose Almaden Quicksilver County Park, South San Jose Alum Rock Park, East San Jose Bay Area Ridge Trail, surrounds and crosses the valley ... Older Open Space Preserve, Saratoga Grant Ranch Park, East San Jose/Mount Hamilton Guadalupe River Trail, downtown San Jose, Willow Glen and South San Jose Henry Cowell Redwoods ...
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