Alameda County (/ ˌ æ l ə ˈ m iː d ə / AL-ə-MEE-də) is located in the state of California in the United States.As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,510,271, making it the 7th-most populous county in the state and 20th most populous nationally.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia View of downtown Oakland looking west across Lake Merritt. Alameda County is a county in the San Francisco Bay Area in state of California, USA. According to the 2000 population census, 1,443,741 people live in Alameda County.
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For other uses, see Alameda. Alameda (/ ˌæləˈmiːdə / AL-ə-MEE-də; Spanish: [alaˈmeða]) is a city in Alameda County, California, United States. It spans Alameda Island and Bay Farm Island. It is adjacent to and south of Oakland and east of San Francisco across the San Francisco Bay.
Ing Alameda County metung yang county king California. Sasakupan ne alus ing East Bay, metung a labuad king San Francisco Bay Area. Agpang keng 2000 census atin yang populasyun a 1,443,741. Ing kayang county tungku iyapin ing Oakland. Incorporated a Lakanbalen
Alameda County as en county uun de US-ameerikoons bundesstoot California. At county leit uun a waast faan a bundesstoot. Det hee 1.671.329 lidj (2019). At hoodsteed faan't county as Oakland.
- Geographic features
Eden Township is a former township of Alameda County, California in the San Francisco Bay Area region, which includes the present-day cities of Hayward and San Leandro, as well as the unincorporated census-designated areas of Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Fairview, and San Lorenzo. It was created from a group of Mexican land grants that were added to Alameda County when the county was established in 1853. Today there are several public and private agencies serving the region.
The area of Eden Township comprises five land grants given by the Mexican government: Sobrante Rancho, Rancho San Leandro, Rancho San Lorenzo,, Rancho San Lorenzito, and Rancho Arroyo de la Alameda. In 1850, when California became a state, Eden was within Contra Costa County. In 1853, Alameda County was established from five townships of Contra Costa County, as well as Washington Township from Santa Clara county. In 1856, Eden Township was given one seat on the Alameda County board of supervisor
The region stretches from the marshes of San Francisco Bay on the west to the borders of Contra Costa County and Murray Township to the east. The eastern side is hilly, surrounding Castro Valley and the flatlands of Hayward. San Leandro and San Lorenzo creeks traverse Eden Township from east to west. San Leandro Creek flows through Lake Chabot, an artificial reservoir that was formerly used for drinking water.
Although the township is no longer run by a single governmental body, several services still operate using this area as an administrative district. The Eden Health District was founded in 1948 to operate Eden Hospital in Castro Valley. It is run by a board of directors elected by residents of the district. After 1998, the district no longer operates Eden Hospital, but operates to provide grants to medical organizations. It is funded entirely by leasing the office buildings it owns. Eden Township
Fremont is a city in Alameda County, California, United States. It was incorporated on January 23, 1956, from the annexation of Centerville, Niles, Irvington, Mission San José, and Warm Springs. The city is named after John C. Frémont, an American explorer and former US Senator and Military Governor of California.
Dougherty (also, Amador's, Amador Valley, and Dougherty Station) is an unincorporated community in Alameda County, California. It is located just north of Dublin, at an elevation of 348 feet (106 m). James Witt Dougherty purchased the land here in 1852, including a two-story adobe building.