The San Francisco Bay Area is comprised of a multitude of desirable residential communities, including San Ramon. San Ramon is situated about 15 miles east of San Francisco and 25 miles east of Oakland in the San Ramon Valley of Contra Costa County, California. San Ramon features ample employment opportunities, excellent schools, a variety of parks and recreational opportunities, restaurants, shops, spas, golf, and more. And, San Ramon is also blessed with some of the most beautiful weather the country has to offer.
San Ramon, California is home to a population of about $75,332 residents in the 94583 zip code. Residents of San Ramon earn average annual household incomes of around $125,832, nearly double the state’s average annual household income. Homes in the area hold values of around $887,000, also nearly twice the price of the average home value of California.
Part of what attracts residents to the San Ramon area is the ample employment opportunities. San Ramon is home to the corporate headquarters of 24-Hour Fitness, AT&T’s West Coast Headquarters, Chevron, The Global Software Center of G.E., and San Ramon Medial Center.
Students attending public schools in San Ramon attend schools managed by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, which envelops 30,300 students. Within San Ramon, there are 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools, and an alternative school servicing homeschooling students in grades k-12. The area also offers several options for obtaining higher education including the San Ramon branch campus of Diablo Valley College, University of San Francisco, and UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
San Ramon is home to two branches of the Contra Costa County Public Library System.
Getting around is simple thanks to the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority, also known as CCCTA, who provides ground bus transportation to residents of San Ramon. The Oakland International Airport is the closest airport for residents and guests of San Ramon, California who prefer to travel by air.
San Ramon, California receives approximately 24 inches of rain annually. The two dozen inches of rain that fall each year on San Ramon do so over the course of 39 days with measurable precipitation. However, there are 256 days out of each year when the sun drizzles San Ramon in golden rays. Average summer temperatures in San Ramon are around 87 degrees with winter lows on the chilly side at 39 degrees.
Residents of San Ramon have stellar views of Mount Diablo, which flanks the city’s northeast. The community’s northwest side also nestles up against the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park.
San Ramon is a beautiful community in which to live wherein some areas are well developed to suit the needs of every-day-life by providing access to resources and amenities, not all of the area has been developed by the hand of mankind. There are rolling hills, mountain peaks, rushing waters, thick trees, and plenty of places to engage in outdoor activities as well as the indoor recreation abundant throughout the area.
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