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Located 31 miles east of San Francisco, the Concord area grew grapes, walnuts, wheat, hay, and tomatoes. To the east was the site of some large wheat ranches (over 5,000 acres). During Prohibition, walnut orchards replaced many vineyards. In the northeast section, there is an older residential area of homes dating back to before World War II, whereas, the southeastern area's homes were mostly developed in the 1960s and 1970s.
Local Newspapers: Contra Costa Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University
Zip Codes associated with concord, california:
94518 94519 94520 94521 94523
Towns/Cities near concord, california : Pacheco San Vicente Dana Estates Pleasant Hill Clayton Clyde
ViewPoints by Jim Diaz: Clayton's new engineering services, residential density standards
The City Council is pleased to announce the hiring of a new contract city engineer: Scott D. Alman, P.E. Mr. Alman is the director of engineering services with the engineering firm of Harris & Associates, which has a local office in nearby Concord. Mr. Alman's appointment and contract was approved by Clayton City Council action at a noticed special meeting on Monday, Aug. 14 For more than 30 years, Scott has helped ensure that civil engineering projects translate into improved living conditions for communities across California.More tenants, opening date for Veranda shopping center in Concord
"We are ecstatic that we are a little over two months from opening The Veranda in Concord," general manager Ashton Simmons wrote in an email. "The experience and placemaking that is being created in this community at The Veranda is unlike anything I have seen in Northern California."Senior apartment complex in Concord to expand
Carlton Senior Living, which plans to expand its Concord housing complex, recently bought from the city a vacant lot that sits behind the Park & Shop shopping center. The Concord-based firm agreed to pay the city $380,000 - the full appraised fair market value - for a 9,600-square-foot parcel at the corner of Sutter and Harrison streets.Blood drive Tuesday at John Muir Medical Center Concord
Phlebotomist Valery Hernandez assists John Cook, of San Jose, as he gives blood as Bay Area roller derby leagues kick off their record-breaking "Make 'em Bleed," blood drive series at the Silver Creek Sportsplex in San Jose, California, Saturday, July 29, 2017. This year, the roller derby blood drive series has grown into a national event, with leagues hosting blood drives across the U.S. CONCORD - The city is hosting a blood drive Tuesday, Aug. 22, with the American Red Cross, which is experiencing a nationwide blood shortage.Pittsburg's Michael Benson earns Eagle Scout award
Evan Michael Benson, 18, of Pittsburg has earned his Eagle Scout award. His court of honor was Aug. 12 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Concord.The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report
Clayton Rd. Possess Controlled Substance Paraphernalia. A 58 year old Santa Road male was arrested after being contacted by officers.PG&E Customers Will Be Unaffected by Solar Drop-Off During Eclipse
Electrical customers in the Bay Area should be more or less unaffected by a drop in solar power generated during Monday's solar eclipse because PG&E has measures in place to ensure uninterrupted service, utility officials said today. "We anticipate that no one will lose service," PG&E spokesman Matt Nauman said during a news conference this morning at the utility's distribution control center in Concord.Illusions of Sanity
I was born in the 1960's, and when young, would watch a television show called, "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood." The program taught young children that the world is friendly, that people are good, and that you needn't be afraid when stepping out the front door of your house.Concord Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested in Castro Valley
The man wanted for the Wednesday afternoon robbery of the U.S. Bank on Willow Pass Rd. in Concord has been arrested in Castro Valley.Teaching Festival course examines WWI
Despite the global nature of World War I - one of the deadliest conflicts in history, involving dozens of countries and affecting hundreds of millions of lives - U.S. schools usually teach its history from the dominant perspective of the Western world. Teachersa ...Esthera ...Mansdorfa ...anda ...Erina ...Wilson examine source materials at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives as part of a professional development course on teaching the history of World War I. "The Western view of the war is that it ended in 1918 when the armistice was signed," said Jovana KneA3 4eviA , associate director at Stanford's Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies , who teaches a seminar on the First World War in Eastern Europe and Russia.Back-to-School Safety Reminders from the Mt. Diablo Unified School District
With the new school year beginning next Tuesday, August 22, it's important for students, parents and the public to remember to exercise additional caution on or around school campuses. As experts point out, school safety begins before students arrive at schools, and it doesn't end until they arrive safely back home.Shop Talk: All in the Family
Good and bad news to report this month: My 1999 Subaru Legacy, a car I've owned since it was new, expired recently on an assignment in San Francisco. I realize most Car Craft readers won't get excited about a nearly 20-year-old Japanese car, but it was my rock: my reliable means of transportation that allowed me own and maintain less-reliable project cars for the magazine.CHP searching for driver in fatal hit-and-run near Laytonville
The California Highway Patrol is looking for an unidentified driver following a hit-and-run accident that killed one and injured another near Laytonville, the CHP reported. The driver who caused the accident on Sunday afternoon was traveling north on Highway 101, north of Steel Lane, in a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac.Lindsay Wildlife Announces Eighth Annual Major Fundraiser Featuring Golden Eagle
Only spray the outside perimeter of your foundation and door openings and you will never have to spray inside. Spray right at the juncture of Good enough for Clayton, where Hoffmeister is asst city manager, but too good for Concord where she is on the Council.Police Investigating Bank Robbery in Downtown Concord
Concord Police confirmed this afternoon they are investigating a bank robbery in the area of Willow Pass Rd. and Mira Vista Terrace in downtown Concord.Concord dental assistant, an Antioch resident pleads guilty to child molestation
In April, 2016, the Concord Police Department investigated a report of a child molestation that occurred at La Clinica dental office on Sierra Road in the City of Concord . The eight-year-old female victim told officers that a male dental assistant sexually assaulted her and that he video recorded the incident while he committed the crime.Claycord Online Museum: The Wells Fargo on Clayton & Thornwood - 1969
Jules Voerge is a longtime Concord resident & former Branch Manager of the Wells Fargo Bank on Clayton Road & Thornwood, he sent us 18 photos of the opening weekend ceremonies in 1969! We had an open house on Saturday September 6,1969 and opened for business on the following Monday. The crowd was way beyond our expectation but it wasn't the food, we brought in the Wells Fargo Stagecoach to give guests and the little ones a ride around the Dianda Plaza parking lot.
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