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Alamo

Alamo is a small community of approximately 15,000 people, tucked in between Walnut Creek and Danville, along I-680 just south of Hwy 24. It is unincorporated, so jurisdiction falls under Contra Costa County. The median home price in 2021 was $2,450,000, while the median square footage of homes sold in 2021 was 3363 sq. ft. On the west side of I-680 is downtown Alamo, centered around the Alamo Plaza Shopping Center, along with other shops and cafes along Danville Blvd. The Iron Horse Trail winds through Westside Alamo as well. BART doesn’t run along I-680, so the closest BART station is in downtown Walnut Creek. Along Danville Blvd are a few lower cost condo complexes. The Westside of Alamo tends to feature older homes.

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Nearby Schools
In Alamo
GreatSchools rating
8/10
Stone Valley Middle School Distance: 0.43 mi
9/10
Rancho Romero Elementary School Distance: 1.23 mi
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Alamo Elementary School Distance: 1.24 mi
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Monte Vista High School Distance: 1.9 mi
3/10
Del Amigo High (Continuation) School Distance: 1.91 mi
10/10
San Ramon Valley High School Distance: 2.05 mi
9/10
Los Cerros Middle School Distance: 2.08 mi
Schools

The majority of Alamo lies in the San Ramon Valley School District, with the exception of an area in the Northwest part of town around Crest Dr., which is within the boundaries of the Walnut Creek School District and Acalanes High School District.

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