San Jose

San Jose is the largest city in Northern California and Bay Area by population. It's located in the center of Santa Clara County, also the county seat. San Jose is home to many high-tech companies, making the city very diverse in culture and neighborhoods.

Some of the most notable employers of San Jose includes Cisco System, Adobe, Ebay, Samsung, Paypal, Zoom etc, making the city one of the highest income per capita in the country.

Besides the innovation, the vast opportunities of employments, San Jose also offers a great variety of cultural influences from all over the world, from JapanTown and little Portugal in downtown to Little Saigon and Hispanic Neighborhoods in the East, San Jose is home to many worldclass restaurants, foods etc.

The city is generally divided into the following areas: Central San Jose (centered on Downtown San Jose), West San Jose, North San Jose, East San Jose, and South San Jose. Many of San Jose's districts and neighborhoods were previously unincorporated communities or separate municipalities that were later annexed by the city.

Besides those mentioned above, some well-known communities within San Jose include Japantown, Rose Garden, Midtown San Jose, Willow Glen, Naglee Park, Burbank, Winchester, Alviso, East Foothills, Alum Rock, Communications Hill, Little Portugal, Blossom Valley, Cambrian, Almaden Valley, Little Saigon, Silver Creek Valley, Evergreen Valley, Mayfair, Edenvale, Santa Teresa, Seven Trees, Coyote Valley, and Berryessa.


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ABOUT San Jose

Elevation: 82 M

Point Of interest: Santana Row, Winchester Mystery House, SAP Center, Los Gatos Trail, municipal rose garden

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On March 27, 1850, San Jose was incorporated. It was incorporated on the same day as San Diego and Benicia; together, these three cities followed Sacramento as California's earliest incorporated cities. San Jose was briefly California's first state capital, and legislators met in the city from 1849 to 1851.

IBM established its first West Coast operations in San Jose in 1943 with a downtown punch card plant, and opened an IBM Research lab in 1952. During the 1950s and 1960s, City Manager A. P. "Dutch" Hamann led the city in a major growth campaign. The city annexed adjacent areas, such as Alviso and Cambrian Park, providing large areas for suburbs. San Jose's position in Silicon Valley triggered further economic and population growth. Results from the 1990 U.S. Census indicated that San Jose surpassed San Francisco as the most populous city in the Bay Area for the first time.

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