Homes for Sale in San Ramon CA
Homes for sale in San Ramon CA are highly sought after primarily for the quality of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District and Dougherty Valley High School. Demand for homes for sale in San Ramon CA is enhanced by employment opportunities in ‘Bishop Ranch’ including Chevron Corporation, Ford, GE, Pacific Gas & Electric, Toyota, UPS, 24-Hour Fitness and many smaller entrepreneurial firms and professional practices in growing areas like social software and clean technology. See the complete list of Bishop Ranch Tenants here.
More About San Ramon CA
The City of San Ramon is in the heart of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) which covers an 18 square mile area, encompassing the additional communities Danville and Blackhawk as well as a small portion of Alamo. The District is comprised of 36 schools serving more than 32,000 students in Transitional Kindergarten through Grade 12. It is the highest rated district for its size in the state of California. Click here for complete details about SRVUSD.
The City of San Ramon completed a new $15 million, almost 45,000-square-foot city hall in April of 2016 and it is part of a city center development that will also include the $750 million, 400,000 sq. ft. City Center Bishop Ranch Retail project. Early talks with prospective retail tenants show they want to be part of a project designed to be more “civic” than a standard shopping center — more social, more part of the community fabric and a unique entity in the East Bay. The retail component comes in the project’s first phase, which should open in 2018; 487 apartments, a 10-screen movie theater (with full-recliner seating) and 169 hotel rooms will follow in Phase II.
San Ramon CA offers a robust parks and recreation department and sponsors many recreational training events and sports opportunities to all ages. San Ramon is home to two aquatic centers, two public libraries, Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center and over 50 parks and play areas.
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