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The San Francisco East Bay Lifestyle

What is it really like to live here? What sets it apart from other areas and why would it appeal to you?

There are many aspects to the San Ramon Valley lifestyle and it isn’t easy to answer these questions on just one website but I can certainly give you a starting point and the Internet is a vast resource of information when you want to dig a little deeper. For the basic technical data, the San Ramon city website is a great starting point. Wikipedia also has a vast amount of information on all towns and cities in America, so if you want to know the population of San Ramon or the history of it, this is a great resource. Read More…

San Francisco East Bay Schools

San Ramon Valley schools are among the best in California and are one of the main reasons that people move here. The San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) covers all of San Ramon, Danville, Diablo, Blackhawk and most of Alamo. You can find links to the individual school websites, school scores and much more on their website. The newer San Ramon schools in Dougherty Valley are particularly noteworthy as Dougherty Valley High School (pictured above) is already one of the highest scoring schools in California after only a few years of operation. Read More…

San Francisco East Bay Communities

Thinking about living in the San Francisco East Bay? There is a wide range of San Francisco East Bay cities and neighborhoods for you to choose from. Check out a few of them to see which could be a good match for your lifestyle and interests.

The San Francisco East Bay is covered by two counties, Contra Costa County, and Alameda. The largest city in Contra Costa County is Walnut Creek, which is situated at the junction of Highways 24 and 680. Our primary neighborhoods are centered around Walnut Creek.

Home prices vary enormously in these communities and are dictated by a wide variety of factors – quality of schools, age of homes, accessibility to San Francisco or Silicon Valley, to name but a few. Read More…

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