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Steeped in history, the tree-lined Main Street in Pleasanton is the setting for festivals, street parties, parades, weekly summer concerts, farmers markets, and more. This historic downtown area offers excellent outdoor dining, boutiques, and art galleries. Just a short distance from downtown is Alameda County Fairgrounds, home of the award-winning Alameda County Fair and other events throughout the year. Outdoor enthusiasts have miles of hiking, biking, and walking trails to explore among the ridgelines overlooking the region’s three valleys.

Pleasanton is a community of 67,700. It is a family-oriented community that prides itself on the numerous parks and recreation facilities and programs.  The Pleasanton community is committed to maintaining the standards that make this a wonderful place to live, visit, work and play. 

City of Pleasanton

Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce

Pleasanton Downtown Association


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Spring "Tri-It!" list

> Go the distance along the Iron Horse Trail through Pleasanton, Danville, San Ramon and Dublin

Stock up on the season’s freshest produce and locally-made goods at the Dublin Farmers’ Market, April 17-September 25

> See and be seen at the Blackhawk Food, Wine and Film Festival in Danville, May 15

> Cheer or sneer at some of opera’s most famous figures at Livermore Valley Opera’s Villains and Heroes at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, May 24

> Find inspiration at the Art & Wind Festival in San Ramon, May 25-26


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