San Ramon Valley

Coordinates: 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 people. The cities of San Ramon, Danville and Alamo as well as the southern edge of Walnut Creek are located in the valley. Interstate 680 serves as the primary transportation route for the area.

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San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District - History
... The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is an outgrowth of many years of maturation ... boundaries were re-designated to encompass Danville, Sycamore and Green Valley School District, an area of approximately fifty (50) square miles ... its East County Fire Protection District into the San Ramon Fire Protection District, an independent district ...
Danville, California
... The Town of Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley in Contra Costa County, California ... top 25 wealthiest cities, and one of the wealthiest suburbs of Oakland and San Francisco ... hosts a farmer's market each Saturday next to the San Ramon Valley Museum ...
Contra Costa County, California - History - Mexican Land Grants
... de los Palos Colorados Las Juntas Los Medanos Los Meganos Monte del Diablo El Pinole San Pablo San Ramon (Amador) San Ramon (Pacheco-Castro) El Sobrante The smallest unit was ... Two ranchos, both called Rancho San Ramon, were granted by the Mexican government in the San Ramon Valley ... In 1833, Bartolome Pacheco (southern San Ramon Valley) and Mariano Castro (northern San Ramon Valley) shared the two square league Rancho San Ramon ...

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