Are San Ramon Parks Safe?

The US Census Bureau projected San Ramon's population to be 75,995 in 2019, making it Contra Costa County's fourth largest city behind Richmond, Concord, and Antioch. According to a report by a home protection and home safety firm, San Ramon is the safest city in California and the seventh safest city in the country to raise a child.

In its study, SafeWise ranked the nation's 50 safest cities for raising children, based on FBI reports from 2017 and population data. The assessment was focused on the amount of violent crimes such as murder, rape, theft, and aggravated assault that had been reported. The number of property crimes, graduation rates, and the number of sex offenders per capita were all taken into account.

According to Safewise, murder accounts for one percent of violent crime cases in California. In California, robberies accounted for around a third of all violent crime. Seven out of ten Californians are concerned about break-ins, despite the fact that larceny-theft accounts for 66 percent of all property crimes, according to Safewise.

Break-ins are still a big problem for six out of ten Americans. Safewise conducted an online survey in September and October 2019 that was weighted by demographic data and had a margin of error of 1.4 percent. With a population of 78,356, San Ramon had a violent crime rate of 0.73 crimes per 1,000 residents.

San Ramon's violent crime rate is far below the national average for all cities of all sizes, according to NeighborhoodScout. Attack, rape, murder, and armed robbery are less common in San Ramon than in the rest of the world. There is a one in 1226 risk of being a victim of a violent crime here, resulting in a violent crime rate of one per thousand people.

According to NeighborhoodScout's report, San Ramon has a property crime rate of 16 per 1,000 residents. As compared to all other cities in America with all population sizes, San Ramon has a higher than average risk of being a victim of property crime. Motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and robbery are examples of property crimes. In San Ramon, you have a one in 64 chance of being a victim of one of these crimes.

This amazing kid-friendly park is just one of the many must-see sights you don’t want to miss in San Ramon, California:

  • Rancho San Ramon Community Park

  • Central Park

  • San Ramon Athan Downs

  • Memorial Park

  • Forest Home Farms Historic Park 

  • Piccadilly Park

  • Bishop Ranch Regional Preserve

  • Boone Acres Park

  • Bollinger Canyon Fountain  

 

All of these wonderful attractions are located just a short distance from our location at 9835 Belladonna Drive in San Ramon!

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