San Leandro is a friendly and diverse city well-known for its quiet, well-defined neighborhoods full of charming and unique older houses on tree-lined streets.
It has a colorful heritage and numerous cultural amenities including a 450-berth Marina, two golf courses and a large community library. Discovered in 1772 by a Spanish explorer, San Leandro became famous during the late 1800s and early 1900s for its delicious cherries. In 1909, to celebrate the abundant cherry harvest, San Leandro held its first Cherry Festival, an event which was so successful, it is still celebrated today.
San Leandro is also San Leandro residents are proud of both their neighborhoods and their City, which is reflected by their active involvement in the City's numerous neighborhood and homeowner's associations. San Leandro's temperate weather also makes it an excellent place for outdoor recreation. With an average temperature of 62 degrees and average rainfall of 19 inches per year, outdoor activity at any one of the many City parks is possible all year round.
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- Distance to UC Davis Campus: 77 miles
- Distance to UC Davis Health, Sacramento Campus: 95 miles
Employees in San Leandro
(based on 2015 payroll records of full-time employees)
|Employees||Number Who Live in San Leandro|
|UC Davis Campus||4|
|UC Davis Health, Sacramento Campus||0|