San Ramón may refer to:
- San Ramón de la Nueva Orán, Argentina
- San Ramón, Bolivia
- San Ramón, Costa Rica
- San Ramón (canton), Alajuela, Costa Rica
- San Ramón, Chile
- San Ramón, Cuscatlán, El Salvador
- San Ramón, Choluteca, Honduras.
- San Ramón, Matagalpa, Nicaragua
- San Ramón, Junín, Peru
- San Ramon, California, United States
- San Ramon Village, California, United States
- San Ramón, Uruguay
- Sant Ramon, Lleida (province), Spain
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... South San Ramon Creek is a 9.3-mile-long (15.0 km) southward-flowing stream in Alameda County and southern Contra Costa County, California, USA ... de la Laguna and is being actively protected as of 2007 by the city of San Ramon and other entities to preserve riparian zone habitat ... Iron Horse Trail runs along a portion of South San Ramon Creek ...
... Protection District, Alameda County Fire, San Ramon Police Department and Danville Police Department, Mt ... Diablo State Park Rangers, San Ramon Valley Unified School District, Chevron Security in Bishop Ranch, John Muir Medical Center, San Ramon Regional Medical Center ...
37°45′N 121°57′W / 37.75°N 121.95°W / 37.75 -121.95 The San Ramon Valley is a region in Contra Costa County and Alameda County, California, east of Oakland, with a population near 130,000 ... The cities of San Ramon, Danville and Alamo as well as the southern edge of Walnut Creek are located in the valley ...
... California High School (San Ramon) Dougherty Valley High School (San Ramon) Monte Vista High School (Danville/Alamo) San Ramon Valley High School (Danville) ...
Famous quotes containing the word san:
“We had won. Pimps got out of their polished cars and walked the streets of San Francisco only a little uneasy at the unusual exercise. Gamblers, ignoring their sensitive fingers, shook hands with shoeshine boys.... Beauticians spoke to the shipyard workers, who in turn spoke to the easy ladies.... I thought if war did not include killing, Id like to see one every year. Something like a festival.”
—Maya Angelou (b. 1928)