Pleasanton, CA

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Pleasanton is a community of 68,755, situated in the Tri-Valley Region of the Bay Area in Northern California. We are a family-oriented community and pride ourselves on our numerous parks, recreation facilities and programs. Pleasanton is also home to thriving business parks and the regional Stoneridge Mall. The Pleasanton Unified School District has been named a National District of Character and 12 out of our 14 schools have received the California Distinguished School designation. Together, the City and School District are committed to building a Community of Character. Our Downtown is the heart of our community -- the setting for festivals, street parties, parades, weekly summer concerts, Saturday farmer's market and other special events. Downtown also offers some of the finest dining and shopping in the Tri-Valley. Pleasanton is also home to the Alameda County Fairgrounds which hosts statewide and regional events, as well as the annual Alameda County Fair.

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Key Reasons for Investment

Pleasanton benefits from a central location in the Bay Area. Located along the I-680 and I-580 corridors, mid-way between Oakland and San Jose, Pleasanton businesses are well-positioned as a portal to serve markets in Nevada and Oregon as well as throughout California. This location gives Pleasanton businesses good access to the sizable markets and resources within the Bay Area. Pleasanton has excellent transportation accessibility. Access to all modes of transportation is a major locational asset for Pleasanton. The I-580/I-680 intersection makes Pleasanton easily accessible for people and motor freight. The BART line, Altamont Commuter Express, and the local transit service Wheels provide additional transit options for commuters. The major airports at Oakland, San Jose, and San Francisco are within reasonable distances. The Livermore Airport provides general aviation services for the area. The San Francisco/Oakland port system is also easily accessible for water freight transportation.

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