We are a little biased here, but we think the Tri-Valley is a great place to live, work, and play! Whether you are moving here to work, raise your family, or to get away from traditional city living, we have plenty of reasons you may want to come home to the Tri-Valley.
Traditionally speaking, the Tri-Valley is comprised of Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore but extends to San Ramon, Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk, and Diablo. The Gamache family has been calling the Tri-Valley home for decades and continues to promote its endless possibilities for being the best place to live.
The Tri-Valley is a Family Community
In our last blog, The Best Places in Pleasanton to Call Home, we shared that Pleasanton was nominated as one of the best places to live, raise a family, and school children. We have some of the best schools in the country and extra-curricular activities for almost every interest.
Our sports fields are filled to capacity over the weekends, with parents coming out to support their children in baseball, soccer, lacrosse, football, swimming, softball, track and field and so much more!
Family fun is a top priority in the Tri-Valley area, with endless towns participating in rodeos, street fairs, theatrical presentations, music in the park, holiday events, and community classes.
Beauty that Can’t Be Beat in the Tri-Valley
Judging by the natural beauty that surrounds us including Mt. Diablo, the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, the Livermore wineries, golf courses, waterways, parks, running, hiking, and biking trails, the Tri-Valley is one of the most beautiful areas in which to live. In the spring, our hills are engulfed with greenery and our foliage turns plum, orange, and yellow during the fall.
Our climate is steady, boasting over 300 days of sunshine! We enjoy four seasons and even enjoy a little bit of snow to “Ohh and aww” over but not close us out of schools or shut down our streets.
The Tri-Valley is Situated in a Perfect Location
We are spoiled in the Tri-Valley, with so many companies choosing to have their headquarters here. The economy is rich and thriving due to our abundance of work choices.
The Tri-Valley also offers public transportation such as BART to get to work or enjoy nightlife in The City. For those choosing to use public transportation to commute, they can count on WHEELS to get them to and from Hacienda Business Park, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Las Positas College, Stoneridge Mall, and Dublin/Pleasanton BART station.
Our central location makes it easy and comfortable to commute to Silicon Valley or San Francisco for work or Santa Clara to enjoy its many vast sports and leisure activities and events. A short jaunt to Walnut Creek ensures boutique shopping, outdoor cafes, and plenty of nightlife. San Ramon boasts a new City Center with upscale dining, shopping, and theaters that deliver food to your seat!
Sports enthusiasts enjoy the ability to hit the slopes in the morning and the beach in the afternoon! Plenty of vacation destinations are close enough to make a weekend vacation possible!
There’s Never a Dull Moment in the Tri-Valley
No matter what your interests, there is always something to do in the Tri-Valley. Our “short” list includes Alviso Adobe Community Park, Blackhawk Museum, Brushy Peak Regional Preserve, Del Valle Regional Park, Dublin Hills Regional Park, Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, Forest Home Farms, Iron Horse Regional Trail, Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, Little Hills Picnic Ranch, Livermore Valley Wine Country, Morgan Territory Regional Preserve, Mount Diablo State Park, Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area and The Wave Waterpark.
If you or someone you know is looking to move to the Tri-Valley, we would be happy to help you pick a neighborhood that is just right for you.
Whether you are new to the area, looking to move up, downsize, or invest, we have been helping buyers and sellers in the Tri-Valley for decades, and we are happy to help you, too.
Visit our website to search the MLS, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 925-918-0332.