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Pleasanton is located in central California in Alameda County. The city is considered to be a major suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area and is only 25 miles east of Oakland, another major suburb of San Francisco. It was incorporated in 1894. Twice now, in 2005 and 2007, Pleasanton was ranked as the wealthiest middle-sized city in the United States. Safeway Inc, the grocery store line, and Polycom, the voice communications and telepresence manufacturer, are headquartered in Pleasanton.

Population: 63654
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with pleasanton, california: 94566 94588
Towns/Cities near pleasanton, california : Radum Asco Dublin Scotts Corner Verona

Pleasanton News
Pleasanton council to consider confirming new smoking restrictions for apartments

The Pleasanton City Council is set to give final approval to an ordinance establishing new smoking restrictions for rental apartment complexes. The Pleasanton City Council is set Tuesday to consider final approval of a proposed ordinance to implement stringent smoking regulations for rental apartments across the city.

Malls, retailers welcome back-to-school shopping season

Audrey Prickett, 20, of Danville, shops for school items at Typo at Stoneridge Shopping Mall in Pleasanton, Calif., on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017. The back-to-school shopping season has most recently been an online versus brick-and-motor retail battle and analyst say families are still shopping in stores.

Commission urges more design work on proposed small subdivision downtown

Overhead map shows site of three lots on Augustine Street proposed to split into six parcels with six houses total. Pleasanton planning commissioners indicated support Wednesday for the concept of subdividing three neighboring Augustine Street parcels into six residential lots but said more work needed to be done to bring the development proposal more in line with their design goals for that part of downtown.

Latest: Court appearance for Brit suspect in Chicago killing

In this Aug. 2017, booking photo released by the San Francisco Police Department shows suspect Andrew Warren, an employee of the University of Oxford in Britain. California prosecutors on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, formally charged Wyndham Lathem with murder in connection with the stabbing death of a 26-year-old Chicago man.

Police: Hair stylist slain in Chicago stabbed over 40 times

In this Aug. 2017, booking photo released by the San Francisco Police Department shows suspect Andrew Warren, an employee of the University of Oxford in Britain. California prosecutors on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, formally charged Wyndham Lathem with murder in connection with the stabbing death of a 26-year-old Chicago man.

New bus routes announced for Wheels in Livermore, Pleasanton and Dublin

The service and schedule for many Wheels buses are changing Saturday Aug. 12, the Livermore Valley Transportation Authority has announced. Among the changes are a new afternoon boarding location to service to Dublin High School, and minor schedule changes to make bus transfers more convenient on routes to BART stations and the Livermore transit center.

Seniors Series: Kottinger Gardens, rooted in Pleasanton

Bordering an expanse of green grass that makes up Kottinger Village Park, the new homes sit side by side, painted in earth tones and adorned with decorations. New flowers and landscaping dot dirt plots surrounding the single-story cottages.

Sunflower Hill hands out inaugural Rainmaker Awards

Sunflower Hill board president Susan Houghton and Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty at the nonprofit's Moonlight in the Vines, where Haggerty received a new Rainmaker Award from the Tri-Valley nonprofit. Pleasanton City Councilwoman Kathy Narum, Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty and the city of Livermore were recently recognized as the inaugural recipients of nonprofit Sunflower Hill's new Rainmaker Awards.

Dublin Residents Urged to Close Windows Amid Sewer Repairs

Dublin residents are asked to keep their windows closed on Thursday to block out a plastic smell that is expected during sewer repair work along Village Parkway. Pete Suratos reports.

School board OKs first round of Measure I1 bond sales

The Pleasanton school board unanimously authorized the first issuance and sale of Measure I1 bonds Tuesday night, a move that will allow the school district to start work on a number of projects this academic year. "We are moving ahead!" school board president Joan Laursen said after the vote at Tuesday's meeting, the first of the 2017-18 school year.

Commission to discuss small subdivision on edge of downtown

Overhead map shows site of three lots on Augustine Street proposed to split into six parcels with six houses total. The Pleasanton Planning Commission is set to talk Wednesday about a request to split three residential lots into six parcels, while adding three new houses, on Augustine Street on the edge of downtown.

Defendant in Steinle slaying to stand trial under birth name

The man charged with killing Pleasanton native Kate Steinle in San Francisco two years ago is now being referred to in court by his birth name, Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, which was previously listed as one of his aliases. The man accused of fatally shooting Pleasanton native Kate Steinle as she walked on San Francisco's Pier 14 with her father two years ago is set to go on trial as soon as later this month -- but he will do so under a different name than was previously reported.

Billion Dollar BART Extension To Livermore Has Officials Livid

Have you ever gazed at the system map while riding BART and noticed some dotted-line 'proposed extensions' and said to yourself "Haha yeah right, as if I'm going to live that long!"? Well, one of those proposed extensions has taken a significant bureaucratic baby-step forward. The BART to Central Valley concept has been around for years, but the system hopes to inch a little further toward San Joaquin County as BART has just released Livermore Station environmental impact reviews covering four different Livermore plan options.

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School board to consider initial round of Measure I1 bond sales Tuesday

The first issuance and sale of Measure I1 bonds, a report on PUSD property and a budget update are among the items on the agenda for the Pleasanton school board's first meeting of the 2017-18 school year Tuesday. The meeting will get underway at 7 p.m. in the district office boardroom at 4665 Bernal Ave. following closed session at 5 p.m. Tuesday will also be the first meeting with new PUSD superintendent David Haglund, Ed.D., at the helm.

Northwestern professor accused in Chicago killing due in California court

A Northwestern University microbiologist suspected in the stabbing death of a 26-year-old Chicago man is due in a California courtroom. Wyndham Lathem, a Northwestern professor, and British subject Andrew Warren, an Oxford University financial officer, were sought in a cross-country chase on first-degree murder charges in the death of Trenton James Cornell-Duranleau.

Downtown mural comes back to life

The 50-year-old mural that was Pleasanton's first piece of public art has just had its brightness restored, thanks to a bevy of artists who worked mornings to avoid the summer heat. "The group began July 12, carefully bringing the mural's colors back to life after years of solar bleaching," said Pleasanton artist Charlotte Severin, who coordinated the original project as well as this restoration.

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