Communities We Serve

Atherton

In the 19th-century, Atherton was a place where the area’s wealthiest families built lavish homes. ...

Belmont

The founders of Belmont, California tried to build their city in the flatlands but the allure of ...

Burlingame

From its earliest days, when 19th-century power brokers sought to make it a weekend paradise for ...

Campbell

For years, Campbell was the quintessential California suburb, a community of pleasant residential ...

Cupertino

There was a time when Cupertino’s economy was fueled by prunes, cherries, plums, apricots and ...

Daly City

Known as the “Gateway to the Peninsula,” Daly City shares a border with San Francisco, making it ...

East Palo Alto

On November 6, 1769, an expedition party led by early California explorer Gaspar de Portola s ...

Foster City

Foster City is San Mateo County’s largest and oldest master-planned community. Almost 60 years ...

Hillsborough

Unlike some high-end Peninsula towns that began their lives as rough-and-tumble frontier outposts, ...

Los Altos

Already known as one of the country’s wealthiest towns, Los Altos recently got a boost from one of ...

Los Altos Hills

Already known as one of the country’s wealthiest towns, Los Altos recently got a boost from one of ...

Los Gatos

Los Gatos is the 33rd wealthiest town in the United States but to simply lump it together with all ...

Menlo Park

If Menlo Park isn't the end of the rainbow, it's at least the prototype for the "ideal" of western ...

Millbrae

Before Millbrae was a city, most of it was the country estate of gold rush speculator-turned-Bank ...

Milpitas

Milpitas is a thoroughly modern city. It was named Money Magazine’s 29th-best place to live in 2 ...

Monte Sereno

Though it’s one of the wealthiest cities in Santa Clara County – and in the U.S. – you don’t hear ...

Mountain View

Like most cities in Silicon Valley, Mountain View owes its existence not to technology but to ...

Pacifica

Just 15 minutes down the road from the city but seemingly worlds away is Pacifica, San Francisco's ...

Palo Alto

On November 6, 1769, an expedition party led by early California explorer Gaspar de Portola s ...

Redwood City

You can call Redwood City a suburb of San Francisco. You can do that, but you'd be wrong. Redwood ...

Redwood Shores

Redwood Shores is officially part of Redwood City but you can't drive directly from one to the ...

San Bruno

On September 27, the citizens of the city of San Bruno gathered in San Bruno City Park, the crown ...

San Carlos

San Carlos is a city of almost 30,000 people, located almost exactly halfway between San Francisco ...

San Jose

If you want to see the future, just look at San Jose. Over the past 50 years, this once low-key ...

San Mateo

If there were no San Francisco, San Mateo would do just fine. Though it functions as a suburb of ...

San Mateo County

San Mateo County stretches from Silicon Valley to San Francisco and from San Francisco Bay to the ...

Santa Clara

Santa Clara is one of the oldest cities in California, but perhaps no Bay Area community has its ...

Saratoga

Is Saratoga Los Gatos’ pretty little sister? Some might think so because of the towns’ similar ...

South San Francisco

As anyone who's driven past San Bruno Mountain can tell you, South San Francisco is "The I ...

Sunnyvale

Located in the center of Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale is a place whose aptitude for change is hard to ...

Woodside

Maybe more than any other affluent Peninsula community, Woodside loves its past; so much so that i ...