Neighborhoods
Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda, Walnut Creek, Concord, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Danville, Alamo

Founded in 1850, Contra Costa County means “opposite coast” in Spanish. It is situated just east of San Francisco and Alameda counties in the east of the San Francisco Bay Area. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 1,049,025.

Area: 802 sq miles (2,077 km²)
Population: 1.066 million (2011)
Unemployment rate: 8.1% (Feb 2013)

Village Associates Real Estate serves all neighborhoods of Contra Costa County and Alameda County in the East Bay of San Francisco. Village is located in Central Contra Costa county in the Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda neighborhood, affectionately known as Lamorinda.

Our agents have an average of 20+ years of experience serving home buyers and sellers in Lamorinda and the surrounding areas. In fact, we don’t just represent homeowners and buyers in the Lamorinda community, we are fortunate enough to live here too.

Lamorinda is renowned for the best public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area and we proudly represent homes in this area – rich in great weather, top schools, excellent culture and the beauty of the East Bay hills. We serve all cities in Contra Costa County.

Location Overview

Lafayette is a small city located between Orinda and Pleasant Hill. Home to a quaint downtown area, oak tree-studded hills, and the Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area, it is the perfect place to both work and play. Like its neighboring towns, Lafayette is home to some of the best schools in California.

In addition to its beautiful scenery and emphasis on education, cultural programming is another asset. Opened in 2003, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center hosts numerous cultural events and educational programs for the community. The Town Hall Theatre Company is a community organization featuring theatrical performances as well as performing arts education.

Weather

The warmest month is typically August; September temperatures are comparable. The coldest months of the year are December and January, though temperatures rarely dip below 40 degrees F. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in January with an average of 5.2 inches of rain. February and March are also quite wet with over 4 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Lafayette has a crime rating of 31 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means it is safer than 31% of cities and towns in the U.S. regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim here is 1 in 1,723 per 1,723.

Lafayette Annual Crime

 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes  15  567  582
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 0.58  21.94  22.52

Demographics

Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 24,285
Households: 8,706
Homeownership Rate: 77.1%
Median age: 43.5

Community Information

Population Density: 1,569.7 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.72
Median Household Income: $134,871
Households with Children: 39.2%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 91.1%
Homeownership Rate: 77.1%
Median Home Value: $1,000,001
Owner-occupied Homes: 74%
Renter-occupied Homes: 21.9%
Vacant Homes: 4.1%

Location Overview

Orinda is a suburban, semi-rural city of under 18,000 people. Numerous parks and recreation areas border the city of Orinda, including: Briones Reservoir, Briones Regional Park, Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area, Orinda Oaks Park, Huckleberry Botanic Regional Reserve, and Tilden Park. Only 17 miles from San Francisco, Orinda is the perfect refuge for those who equally enjoy evenings in the city and weekend hikes. Boasting some of California’s top public schools, Orinda is the perfect place to raise a family.

Highlights of the town include the Orinda Theatre, which originally opened in 1941, and the Bruns Ampitheatre, which showcases Shakespeare productions by the award-winning Cal Shakes Theater Company.

Weather

Like much of the Bay Area, Orinda typically experiences an Indian summer each year, making September the warmest month. The coldest month is January. Orinda typically receives most of its precipitation in February.

Average Temperatures from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Orinda has a crime rating of 64 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means it is safer than 54% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim is 1 in 3,213 per 1,000 residents compare 1 in 235 in California State.

Orinda Annual Crimes

 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes  6 262  268
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 0.31  13.59  13.90

Demographics

Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 17,932
Households: 6,372
Homeownership Rate: 90.9%
Median age: 47.8

Community Information

Population Density: 1,391.1 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.75
Median Household Income: $157,500
Households with Children: 31.2%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 92.5%
Homeownership Rate: 90.9%
Median Home Value: $1,000,001
Owner-occupied Homes: 88.2%
Renter-occupied Homes: 8.8%
Vacant Homes: 2.9%

Location Overview

The town of Moraga is located in the beautiful East Bay Area hillside between the cities of Orinda and Lafayette and was rated one of the top 100 best places to live by Money Magazine in 2007. Honoring the Lafayette-Moraga-Orinda emphasis on education, Moraga is home to St. Mary’s College. For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Moraga is bordered by the Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area and is also home to Moraga Commons Park and the Moraga Country Club, which offers golf, tennis, and swimming, in addition to social activities.

Weather

Temperate year-round, Moraga’s coldest month is December with an average low temperature of 41 degrees F. The warmest months are August and September, and the highest level of precipitation occurs in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Moraga has a crime rating of 54 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Moraga is safer than 54% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Moraga is 1 in 2,157 per 2,157 residents.

Moraga Annual Crimes
 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes  8 231 239
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 0.46  13.99  13.85

Demographics

Moraga Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 16,250
Households: 5,516
Homeownership Rate: 84%
Median age: 42.6

Community Information

Population Density: 1,697.9 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.54
Median Household Income: $121,875
Households with Children: 34.2%

Moraga Real Estate and Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 83.4%
Homeownership Rate: 84%
Median Home Value: $936,900
Owner-occupied Homes: 80.5%
Renter-occupied Homes: 15.3%
Vacant Homes: 4.2%

Location Overview

Situated between Walnut Creek and Danville, Alamo is a small unincorporated community with a population of under 15,000 residents. Despite encompassing such a small area, Alamo is home to Andrew H.Young Park, the Alamo School Sports Field, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Las Trapas Regional Wilderness Area.

With each of Alamo’s three schools receiving top rankings, Alamo is the perfect place to raise a family in a small town environment without sacrificing nearby urban conveniences.

Weather

Alamo’s climate is very mild overall. The area’s warmest month is August, with an average high temperature of 76. The coolest month is December, with an average low temperature of 41 degrees. Despite experiencing long, dry summers, the area receives an average of 5.2 inches of precipitation in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Alamo has a crime rating of 93 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Alamo is safer than 93% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Alamo is 1 in 10,000 per 1,000 residents.

Alamo Annual Crimes

 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes  3 95  98
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 0.19  6.09  6.28

Demographics

Alamo Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 14,570
Households: 5,419
Homeownership Rate: 92.6%
Median age: 45.7

Community Information

Population Density: 1,507.2 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.85
Median Household Income: $149,601
Households with Children: 37.1%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 93.3%
Homeownership Rate: 92.6%
Median Home Value: $1,000,001
Owner-occupied Homes: 89.4%
Renter-occupied Homes: 7.2%
Vacant Homes: 3.4%

Location Overview

Known as the heart of San Ramon Valley, Danville is located 30 miles east of San Francisco. Featuring farmers’ markets, art galleries, shops, museums, and a theater, Danville takes pride in its community-oriented nature.

For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Danville offers a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Tennis and bocce courts are available for rental, and the town is bordered by Mt. Diablo and Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Area.

Weather

Danville’s climate is very mild overall. The area’s warmest month is August, with an average high temperature of 76. The coolest month is December, with an average low temperature of 41 degrees. Despite experiencing long, dry summers, the area receives an average of 5.2 inches of precipitation in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Danville has a crime rating of 66 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Danville is safer than 66% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Danville is 1 in 1,473 per 1,000 residents.

Alamo Annual Crimes

 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes  19 566  585
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 0.43 12.75 13.18

Demographics

Danville Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 42,725
Households: 415,175
Homeownership Rate: 84.5%
Median age: 43.6

Community Information

Population Density: 2,331.9 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.74
Median Household Income: $133,360
Households with Children: 40.8%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 90.7%
Homeownership Rate: 84.5%
Median Home Value: $877,000
Owner-occupied Homes: 83.4%
Renter-occupied Homes: 15.3%
Vacant Homes: 1.3%

Location Overview

The city of Concord is nestled below beautiful Mount Diablo and is 29 miles east of San Francisco. It is the largest city in Contra Costa County. With Napa Valley’s famous wine country only 32 miles to the northwest, it’s easy to plan a weekend getaway.

A very family-oriented community, Concord adopted a new tagline in 2000: “Concord, Where Families Come First.” The slogan highlights the city’s emphasis on the plethora of family-friendly events, organizations, and opportunities offered to its residents.

Concord is also home to Sleep Train Pavilion (formerly Concord Pavilion), a large concert and event venue regularly featuring performances by well-known acts, along with Waterworld, one of the Bay Area’s premier water parks.

Weather

Though very temperate, Concord’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Concord’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Concord generally does not receive extensive precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Concord has a crime rating of 10 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Orinda is safer than 10% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Concord is 1 in 27 per 1,000 residents.

Concord Annual Crimes

 VIOLENT  PROPERTY  TOTAL
 Number of Crimes 498 3.873 5,335
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 3.87 37.59 41.46

Demographics

Concord Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 124,055
Households: 45,069
Homeownership Rate: 63.2%
Median age: 37.1

Community Information

Population Density: 3,996.2 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.68
Median Household Income: $65,769
Households with Children: 34.9%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 86.1%
Homeownership Rate: 63.2%
Median Home Value: $418,500
Owner-occupied Homes: 59.3%
Renter-occupied Homes: 34.6%
Vacant Homes: 6.1%

Location Overview

Located between Walnut Creek and Concord, Pleasant Hill takes pride in its small town charm combined with a bustling downtown area, which is home to numerous restaurants, shops, a movie theater, farmers’ market, and annual events such as the Plaza Concert Series, Art, Jazz & Wine Festival, American Iron Car Show, and a tree lighting celebration in December.

Located between Walnut Creek and Concord, Pleasant Hill takes pride in its small town charm combined with a bustling downtown area, which is home to numerous restaurants, shops, a movie theater, farmers’ market, and annual events such as the Plaza Concert Series, Art, Jazz & Wine Festival, American Iron Car Show, and a tree lighting celebration in December.

Pleasant Hill’s Recreation & Parks District offers frequent family-oriented events in addition to classes for all ages. The town is also home to Diablo Valley College, Carrington College, and JFK University.

Weather

Though very temperate, Pleasant Hill’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Pleasant Hill’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Pleasant Hill does not receive extensive heavy precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Pleasant Hill has a crime rating of 11 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Pleasant Hill is safer than 11% of cities and towns in the U.S., regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Pleasant Hill is 1 in 455 per 1,000 residents.

Pleasant Hills Annual Crimes

VIOLENT PROPERTY TOTAL
 Number of Crimes 75 1,948 2,023
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 2.15 55.96 58.12

Demographics

Pleasant Hill Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 33,689
Households: 13,657
Homeownership Rate: 60.7%
Median age: 41.7

Community Information

Population Density: 4,687.8 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.39
Median Household Income: $78,765
Households with Children: 26.4%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 82.8%
Homeownership Rate: 60.7%
Median Home Value: $577,400
Owner-occupied Homes: 58.4%
Renter-occupied Homes: 37.8%
Vacant Homes: 3.8%

Weather

Though very temperate, Walnut Creek’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Walnut Creek’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Walnut Creek does not receive extensive heavy precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Location Overview

Bordered by Lafayette, Pleasant Hill, Alamo, and Clayton, Walnut Creek serves as Lamorinda’s entertainment and business, and shopping focal point.

Among Walnut Creek’s many arts and culture organizations are The Lescher Center for the Arts, the California Symphony, the Center Repertory Company, the Festival Opera, and the Lindsay Wildlife Museum.

For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Walnut Creek is home to numerous parks and open space preserves, the Boundary Oak Golf Course, swimming and tennis facilities, an ice skating rink, and a skateboard park.

Crime

According to NeighborhoodScout.com, Walnut Creek has a crime rating of 22 out of 100 with 100 being the safest. This means Walnut Creek is safer than 22% of cities and towns in the U.S. regardless of size. One’s chance of becoming a victim in Walnut Creek is 1 in 893 per 1,000 residents.

Walnut Creek Hills Annual Crimes

VIOLENT PROPERTY TOTAL
 Number of Crimes 95 2,657 2,752
 Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents) 1.38 38.46 39.94

Demographics

Walnut Creek Population Information Based on the 2010 Census

Population: 65,211
Households: 30,018
Homeownership Rate: 67.5%
Median age: 48.1

Community Information

Population Density: 3,248.1 people per square mile
Number of People per Household: 2.10
Median Household Income: $84,722
Households with Children: 21.8%

Housing Trends

People Living in Same Home for 1+ Years: 83.8%
Homeownership Rate: 67.5%
Median Home Value: $614,000
Owner-occupied Homes: 62.4%
Renter-occupied Homes: 30.0%
Vacant Homes: 7.6%
Lamorinda Country Clubs and Swim Clubs
Lafayette
Las Trampas Pool 640 St. Marys Road 925-283-8605
Oakwood Athletic Club 4000 Mt. Diablo Boulevard 925-283-4000
Rancho Colorados Swim and Tennis Club 3016 Rohrer Drive 925-283-5448
Moraga
Moraga Country Club 1600 St. Andrews Drive 925-376-2200
Orinda
Meadow Swim and Tennis Club 20 Heather Lane 925-254-3860
Moraga Valley Swim and Tennis Club 15 Risa Court 925-376-4110
Oak Springs Pool 39 Spring Road 925-389-6006
Orinda Country Club 315 Camino Sobrante 925-254-4313
Orinda Park Pool 72 El Toyonal 510-816-7720
Sleepy Hollow Swim and Tennis Club 1 Sunnyside Lane 925.254.1126
Alamo
Round Hill Country Club 3169 Round Hill Road 925-934-8211
Danville
Blackhawk Country Club 599 Blackhawk Club Drive 925-736-6500
Crow Canyon Country Club 711 Silver Lake Drive 925-365-6181
Del Amigo Pool 601 Glen Road 925-362-0723
Diablo Country Club 1700 Clubhouse Road 925-837-4221
Oakland
Claremont Country Club 5295 Broadway Terrace 510-653-6789
Highlands Country Club 110 Hiller Drive 510-849-1104
Oakland Hills Tennis Club 5475 Redwood Road 510-531-3300
Sequoyah Country Club 4550 Heafey Road 510-632-2900
Pleasant Hill
Contra Costa Country Club 801 Golf Club Road 925-798-7135
Pleasant Hill Acquatics 468 Boyd Road 925-932-9595
Walnut Creek
Boundary Oak Golf Course 3800 Valley Vista Road 925-934-4775
Dewing Park Swim Club 2016 Olympic Blvd 925-932-9163
Rancho San Miguel Swim Club 2727 San Carlos Drive 925-939-0821
Scottsdale Swim and Tennis Club 500 Walnut Ave 925-932-4941
Woodlands Cabana Club 111 Longleaf Drive 925-938-7628
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Lafayette

Location Overview

Lafayette is a small city located between Orinda and Pleasant Hill. Home to a quaint downtown area, oak tree-studded hills, and the Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area, it is the perfect place to both work and play. Like its neighboring towns, Lafayette is home to some of the best schools in California.

In addition to its beautiful scenery and emphasis on education, cultural programming is another asset. Opened in 2003, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center hosts numerous cultural events and educational programs for the community. The Town Hall Theatre Company is a community organization featuring theatrical performances as well as performing arts education.

Weather

The warmest month is typically August; September temperatures are comparable. The coldest months of the year are December and January, though temperatures rarely dip below 40 degrees F. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in January with an average of 5.2 inches of rain. February and March are also quite wet with over 4 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Orinda

Location Overview

Orinda is a suburban, semi-rural city of under 18,000 people. Numerous parks and recreation areas border the city of Orinda, including: Briones Reservoir, Briones Regional Park, Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area, Orinda Oaks Park, Huckleberry Botanic Regional Reserve, and Tilden Park. Only 17 miles from San Francisco, Orinda is the perfect refuge for those who equally enjoy evenings in the city and weekend hikes. Boasting some of California’s top public schools, Orinda is the perfect place to raise a family.

Highlights of the town include the Orinda Theatre, which originally opened in 1941, and the Bruns Ampitheatre, which showcases Shakespeare productions by the award-winning Cal Shakes Theater Company.

Weather

Like much of the Bay Area, Orinda typically experiences an Indian summer each year, making September the warmest month. The coldest month is January. Orinda typically receives most of its precipitation in February.

Average Temperatures from Weather.com:

Moraga

Location Overview

The town of Moraga is located in the beautiful East Bay Area hillside between the cities of Orinda and Lafayette and was rated one of the top 100 best places to live by Money Magazine in 2007. Honoring the Lafayette-Moraga-Orinda emphasis on education, Moraga is home to St. Mary’s College. For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Moraga is bordered by the Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area and is also home to Moraga Commons Park and the Moraga Country Club, which offers golf, tennis, and swimming, in addition to social activities.

Weather

Temperate year-round, Moraga’s coldest month is December with an average low temperature of 41 degrees F. The warmest months are August and September, and the highest level of precipitation occurs in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Alamo

Location Overview

Situated between Walnut Creek and Danville, Alamo is a small unincorporated community with a population of under 15,000 residents. Despite encompassing such a small area, Alamo is home to Andrew H.Young Park, the Alamo School Sports Field, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Las Trapas Regional Wilderness Area.

With each of Alamo’s three schools receiving top rankings, Alamo is the perfect place to raise a family in a small town environment without sacrificing nearby urban conveniences.

Weather

Alamo’s climate is very mild overall. The area’s warmest month is August, with an average high temperature of 76. The coolest month is December, with an average low temperature of 41 degrees. Despite experiencing long, dry summers, the area receives an average of 5.2 inches of precipitation in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Danville

Location Overview

Known as the heart of San Ramon Valley, Danville is located 30 miles east of San Francisco. Featuring farmers’ markets, art galleries, shops, museums, and a theater, Danville takes pride in its community-oriented nature.

For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Danville offers a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Tennis and bocce courts are available for rental, and the town is bordered by Mt. Diablo and Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Area.

Weather

Danville’s climate is very mild overall. The area’s warmest month is August, with an average high temperature of 76. The coolest month is December, with an average low temperature of 41 degrees. Despite experiencing long, dry summers, the area receives an average of 5.2 inches of precipitation in January.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

 

Concord

Location Overview

The city of Concord is nestled below beautiful Mount Diablo and is 29 miles east of San Francisco. It is the largest city in Contra Costa County. With Napa Valley’s famous wine country only 32 miles to the northwest, it’s easy to plan a weekend getaway.

A very family-oriented community, Concord adopted a new tagline in 2000: “Concord, Where Families Come First.” The slogan highlights the city’s emphasis on the plethora of family-friendly events, organizations, and opportunities offered to its residents.

Concord is also home to Sleep Train Pavilion (formerly Concord Pavilion), a large concert and event venue regularly featuring performances by well-known acts, along with Waterworld, one of the Bay Area’s premier water parks.

Weather

Though very temperate, Concord’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Concord’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Concord generally does not receive extensive precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

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Pleasant Hill

Location Overview

Located between Walnut Creek and Concord, Pleasant Hill takes pride in its small town charm combined with a bustling downtown area, which is home to numerous restaurants, shops, a movie theater, farmers’ market, and annual events such as the Plaza Concert Series, Art, Jazz & Wine Festival, American Iron Car Show, and a tree lighting celebration in December.

Located between Walnut Creek and Concord, Pleasant Hill takes pride in its small town charm combined with a bustling downtown area, which is home to numerous restaurants, shops, a movie theater, farmers’ market, and annual events such as the Plaza Concert Series, Art, Jazz & Wine Festival, American Iron Car Show, and a tree lighting celebration in December.

Pleasant Hill’s Recreation & Parks District offers frequent family-oriented events in addition to classes for all ages. The town is also home to Diablo Valley College, Carrington College, and JFK University.

Weather

Though very temperate, Pleasant Hill’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Pleasant Hill’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Pleasant Hill does not receive extensive heavy precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Walnut Creek

Location Overview

Bordered by Lafayette, Pleasant Hill, Alamo, and Clayton, Walnut Creek serves as Lamorinda’s entertainment and business, and shopping focal point.

Among Walnut Creek’s many arts and culture organizations are The Lescher Center for the Arts, the California Symphony, the Center Repertory Company, the Festival Opera, and the Lindsay Wildlife Museum.

For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Walnut Creek is home to numerous parks and open space preserves, the Boundary Oak Golf Course, swimming and tennis facilities, an ice skating rink, and a skateboard park.

Weather

Though very temperate, Walnut Creek’s temperature patterns are similar to what much of the U.S. experiences. The warmest month of the year is July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and December, Walnut Creek’s coldest month, brings an average low temperature of 36 degrees. Walnut Creek does not receive extensive heavy precipitation, but the wettest months are January and February with an average of 4.01 and 4.04 inches of rain respectively.

Annual Weather Averages from Weather.com:

Lamorinda Country Clubs & Swim Clubs

Lamorinda Country Clubs and Swim Clubs
Lafayette
Las Trampas Pool 640 St. Marys Road 925-283-8605
Oakwood Athletic Club 4000 Mt. Diablo Boulevard 925-283-4000
Rancho Colorados Swim and Tennis Club 3016 Rohrer Drive 925-283-5448
Moraga
Moraga Country Club 1600 St. Andrews Drive 925-376-2200
Orinda
Meadow Swim and Tennis Club 20 Heather Lane 925-254-3860
Moraga Valley Swim and Tennis Club 15 Risa Court 925-376-4110
Oak Springs Pool 39 Spring Road 925-389-6006
Orinda Country Club 315 Camino Sobrante 925-254-4313
Orinda Park Pool 72 El Toyonal 510-816-7720
Sleepy Hollow Swim and Tennis Club 1 Sunnyside Lane 925.254.1126
Alamo
Round Hill Country Club 3169 Round Hill Road 925-934-8211
Danville
Blackhawk Country Club 599 Blackhawk Club Drive 925-736-6500
Crow Canyon Country Club 711 Silver Lake Drive 925-365-6181
Del Amigo Pool 601 Glen Road 925-362-0723
Diablo Country Club 1700 Clubhouse Road 925-837-4221
Oakland
Claremont Country Club 5295 Broadway Terrace 510-653-6789
Highlands Country Club 110 Hiller Drive 510-849-1104
Oakland Hills Tennis Club 5475 Redwood Road 510-531-3300
Sequoyah Country Club 4550 Heafey Road 510-632-2900
Pleasant Hill
Contra Costa Country Club 801 Golf Club Road 925-798-7135
Pleasant Hill Acquatics 468 Boyd Road 925-932-9595
Walnut Creek
Boundary Oak Golf Course 3800 Valley Vista Road 925-934-4775
Dewing Park Swim Club 2016 Olympic Blvd 925-932-9163
Rancho San Miguel Swim Club 2727 San Carlos Drive 925-939-0821
Scottsdale Swim and Tennis Club 500 Walnut Ave 925-932-4941
Woodlands Cabana Club 111 Longleaf Drive 925-938-7628
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