South San Francisco is a hidden oasis in the Bay Area of California, located on the east side of the Golden Gate Bridge north of Oakland. It is located between the border between San Mateo County and Marin County and is also bounded by Ponderosa Road in Westborough, and also borders the Alameda County Line, the Santa Clara River and the San Jose Bay.
The South San Francisco Farmers Market is located in Orange Memorial Park and takes place every Saturday from 9: 00 a.m. to 1: 00 p.m. and every Sunday from 1: 30 p.m. to 3: 00 p.m. It is hosted by the San Mateo County Farmers' Market and the Santa Clara Valley Farmers' Market. The South San Francisco Farmers Market is located in Orange Memorial Park, where a variety of food and beverage outlets, as well as music and entertainment are available.
The South San Francisco Farmers Market is located in Orange Memorial Park and is held every Saturday from 9: 00 to 13: 00. P. m. and every Sunday from 13.30 to 13.30, to 3000 feet from the main entrance of the park.
While windsurfers and kayakers can start their boats, there are runners in South San Francisco who can watch the operation of San Jose International Airport from the San Mateo County Courthouse and from the Golden Gate Bridge. The most popular locations in southern San Francisco include Chinatown, Chinatown Park and South of Market. In addition to being the second largest city in the United States with a population of over 1.5 million, it is also home to many hotels and is close to all major tourist destinations such as San Diego, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Seattle. Being closest to San SF and SFO and close to the Bay Area's major ports of entry and excursion, the North Bay and Pacific Coast Highway south of Santa Cruz and San Juan Bay, the south side of San Bernardino County and north of Marin County, both in California and Washington State, is home to many hotels.
A shuttle connects the Ferry Terminal South San Francisco with the Utah Grand Ave office area and operates during working hours Monday through Friday. The North Bay and Pacific Coast Highway south of Santa Cruz and San Juan Bay can be used to get to and forget about South San Francisco and surrounding cities.
BART stations in South San Francisco, San Mateo County and San Jose offer fast-through traffic. The BART station at the intersection of South Grand Ave and South Van Ness Ave provides fast service to and from the North Bay and Pacific Coast Highway south of Santa Cruz and San Juan Bay. A BART station on the south side of the South Bay, near the intersection of North Grand Avenue and North San Pedro Ave, provides fast transit to the north and south of San Cruz.
With just one stop in San Bruno, SFO and South San Francisco are connected by BART to San Jose, San Mateo County and the Bay Area Rapid Transit.
For those interested in higher education, South San Francisco offers access to many major colleges and universities, including UC Berkeley and Stanford University. While windsurfers and kayakers can start their watercraft from San Bruno Waterfront Park, runners can enjoy running, cycling and hiking along all of San Diego County's beaches, the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge, as well as San Jose Bay. You can also take a flight to SFO with BART, BART or BART Line to Terminal 2 of the airport.
The majority of Brentwood and Paradise Valley residents attend South San Francisco High School and the East Side. Public elementary schools include Daly City Elementary School (in the city of Daly) and San Mateo County Public Schools (in San Jose). South of San Francisco are also home to the University of California, Berkeley and UC Berkeley, while neighboring cities such as San Leandro, San Rafael, Santa Cruz, Oakland, Daly County and Santa Clara County are served. The majority, if not all, of the residents attend South San Francisco High School. The majority (if any) of the Brentwood and Paradise Valley residents attend South San SF High School, along with some of their neighbors.
The city is served by the South San Francisco Public Library, part of the Peninsula Library System. The city bought the Civic Center in 1913 for $10,000, and the city is home to the University of California, Berkeley and UC Berkeley, as well as other universities and colleges in the area, including UC Santa Cruz, San Jose, Oakland, Daly City and San Mateo County and Santa Clara County. It serves Daly County, the Bay Area and parts of San Leandro, Bayview, Richmond and Alameda counties, as well as neighboring Marin and Marin counties, and is also a major transit hub for BART, BART and other public transportation.