Concord, California

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Concord is the largest city in Contra Costa County, California.wikipedia
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East Bay

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The city is a major regional suburban East Bay center within the San Francisco Bay Area, and is 29 mi east of San Francisco.
Increased population has led to the growth of large edge cities such as Alameda, Concord, Emeryville, Fremont, Pleasanton, San Ramon and Walnut Creek.

Contra Costa County, California

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Concord is the largest city in Contra Costa County, California.
By the early 1990s, 22 million square feet of office space had been built along the 680 corridor, that segment of Interstate Highway 680 that extends from Concord in the north to San Ramon in the south, continuing into inland Alameda County from Dublin to Pleasanton.

Bay Point, California

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Concord is bordered on the west by Pleasant Hill and the unincorporated community of Pacheco, on the south by Walnut Creek, on the southeast by Clayton, on the northeast by Pittsburg and the unincorporated community of Bay Point, and on the north by the unincorporated community of Clyde.
Bay Point is just west of Pittsburg, California, and northeast of Concord, California, on the southern shore of Suisun Bay.

Clayton, California

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Concord is bordered on the west by Pleasant Hill and the unincorporated community of Pacheco, on the south by Walnut Creek, on the southeast by Clayton, on the northeast by Pittsburg and the unincorporated community of Bay Point, and on the north by the unincorporated community of Clyde.
Joel and his wife Margaret both died in Clayton, and were buried in Live Oak Cemetery in what is now Concord, CA.

Mount Diablo

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The valleys north of Mount Diablo were inhabited by the Miwok people, who hunted elk and fished in the numerous streams flowing from the mountain into the San Francisco Bay.
This name was later applied to Salvio Pacheco's Rancho Monte del Diablo, the present-day site of the city of Concord.

Pacheco, California

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Concord is bordered on the west by Pleasant Hill and the unincorporated community of Pacheco, on the south by Walnut Creek, on the southeast by Clayton, on the northeast by Pittsburg and the unincorporated community of Bay Point, and on the north by the unincorporated community of Clyde. In 1834, the Mexican land grant Rancho Monte del Diablo at the base of Mount Diablo was granted to Salvio Pacheco (for whom the nearby town of Pacheco is named).
Pacheco was subsequently depopulated by the attraction of the nearby town of Todos Santos, later to be known as Concord.

Pittsburg, California

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Concord is bordered on the west by Pleasant Hill and the unincorporated community of Pacheco, on the south by Walnut Creek, on the southeast by Clayton, on the northeast by Pittsburg and the unincorporated community of Bay Point, and on the north by the unincorporated community of Clyde.
Pittsburg shares a border with the unincorporated community of Bay Point, California to the west, the city of Concord, California to the southwest and Antioch, California to the east.

Rancho Monte del Diablo

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In 1834, the Mexican land grant Rancho Monte del Diablo at the base of Mount Diablo was granted to Salvio Pacheco (for whom the nearby town of Pacheco is named).
The grant covered the area from the Walnut Creek channel east to the hills, and generally from the Mount Diablo foothills north along Lime Ridge to Avon on the Carquinez Strait of the Sacramento River, and included present day Concord and parts of Pleasant Hill.

Concord Naval Weapons Station

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To the north of the city of Concord is the Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS), which was established in 1942.
Concord Naval Weapons Station was a military base established in 1942 north of the city of Concord, California at the shore of the Sacramento River where it widens into Suisun Bay.

Sunvalley Shopping Center

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Concord also has a strong retail sector including the Sunvalley Mall, which used to be one of the 50 largest malls in the US, auto dealerships, Costco, and Fry's Electronics.
Sunvalley Shopping Center, or more popularly Sunvalley Mall, is a regional shopping center located in Concord, California (one of the suburbs in the San Francisco Bay Area, in east central Contra Costa County).

Cowell, Concord, California

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The town of Cowell, now incorporated into Concord, produced cement.
Cowell is a former unincorporated community now annexed to Concord in Contra Costa County, California.

The Conco Companies

The Conco Companies are providers of commercial concrete services headquartered in Concord, CA.

John Muir Health

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John Muir Health includes two of the largest medical centers in Contra Costa County: John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek, a medical center that serves as Contra Costa County's only designated trauma center; and John Muir Medical Center, Concord.

County Connection

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The County Connection provides limited public transportation in the city and to other points in the county.
The County Connection (officially, the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority, CCCTA) is a Concord-based public transit agency operating fixed-route bus and ADA paratransit (County Connection LINK) service in and around central Contra Costa County in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Buchanan Field Airport

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Buchanan Field Airport is a public county-owned airfield in the City of Concord.
Buchanan Field Airport is a public airport in Contra Costa County, California, a mile west of the center of Concord and east of Pacheco.

Interstate 680 (California)

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The city is also served by Interstate 680, and state highways 4 and 242.
It curves around the eastern cities of the San Francisco Bay Area from San Jose to Interstate 80 at Fairfield, bypassing cities along the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay such as Oakland and Richmond while serving others more inland such as Pleasanton and Concord.

North Concord/Martinez station

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Buses run from the North Concord BART station to Martinez, the county seat.
North Concord/Martinez is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station located in the Sun Terrace neighborhood of Concord, California.

Clayton Valley Charter High School

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It is run from the campus of Clayton Valley Charter High School.
Clayton Valley Charter High School (CVCHS) is a comprehensive charter high school located in Concord, California, United States, just under two miles from Clayton.

California State Route 4

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The city is also served by Interstate 680, and state highways 4 and 242.
(The actual parkway extends a bit past the western terminus.) The road is an expressway from its starting point until it approaches Martinez, at which point it becomes a full freeway (the California Delta Highway) passing Concord, Pittsburg, and Antioch.

San Francisco Bay Area

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At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 122,067 making it the 8th largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area.

De La Salle High School (Concord, California)

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Catholic schools De La Salle High School for boys and Carondelet High School for girls are also located here.
De La Salle High School is a private Roman Catholic school for boys in Concord, California, United States.

KTNC-TV

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The sole Concord-licensed TV station, KTNC, gave up its broadcast frequency as part of the FCC reverse spectrum auction in 2017.
KTNC-TV, virtual channel 42 (UHF digital channel 39 as of June 1, 2017), is a television station licensed to Concord, California, United States and serving the San Francisco Bay Area.

California State University, East Bay

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California State University, East Bay has a campus in Concord.
The university's largest and oldest college campus is located in Hayward, with additional campus-sites in the nearby cities of Oakland and Concord.

Ygnacio Valley High School

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Ygnacio Valley High School won the 1987 Northern California Boys Division I Basketball Championship, coached by Jim Grace.
Ygnacio Valley High School (YVHS) is a public secondary school located in Concord, California, United States.

Concord High School (California)

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Concord High School won the 2010 Northern California Boys Division II Football Championship, coached by Brian Hamilton.
Concord High School is a 9-12 public high school in Concord, California, United States,.