Alamo offers residents a rural feel set amongst the countryside at the foot of Mount Diablo. Located in an unincorporated area of east Contra Costa County, it offers seclusion and tranquility. Public schools are highly regarded at all stages. Parks and trails are plentiful. Andrew H. Young Park, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Rancho Romero School Sports Field and Park feature volleyball courts, picnic and barbecue areas, open-air gazebos, and dog parks. Downtown Alamo has a good selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. Homes tend to be large on large lots and follow contemporary and country styles. The exclusive Round Hill Country Club is a particular draw.
1. Excellent schools K-12
2. Round Hill Country Club – Country Club living at its smartest
3. Large lots and open space
4. Perfect for an outdoors lifestyle
Favorite Spots Around Town
Cherubini Coffee House
A neighborhood staple for over 20 years tucked into the back of Alamo Square.
The Peasant’s Courtyard
This hidden gem has a picturesque courtyard with towering redwood trees overhead. A bustling place day and night.
Century Blackhawk Plaza Multiplex in nearby Danville.
E.J. Phair Brewing Company
Craft beers, full bar and restaurant with a lively vibe.
Located just off I680, Alamo is ideal for commuting to Danville, San Ramon and Oakland. Although there is no BART station in the town, there is a free Alamo Creek shuttle to Walnut Creek BART taking you straight into the City. The County Connection also runs bus Route 21 which loops through Alamo between Walnut Creek and San Ramon. The town is approximately approximately a 28 mile drive to downtown San Francisco.
Need to Know
Rotary Club of Walnut Creek | http://www.alamorotary.org
K-12 Schools – San Ramon Valley Unified School District | http://www.srvusd.net
Public Library – Walnut Creek/Danville | http://www.ccclib.org