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QUAINT FACT Home to Oracle and exactly half way between San Jose and San Francisco.
WEATHER & CLIMATE Excepting drought years, Belmont sees only 19 inches of rain each year and enjoys over 250 days of sunshine. Temperatures range from 42-77°F making it a very comfortable city in which to live.
VISIT BELMONT Come to Belmont for a tour of Notre Dame de Namur University or a day in the foothills and highlands of Waterdog Lake. If you like to walk and hike, if you enjoy hilly terrain and great weather – definitely visit Belmont.
LIVE IN BELMONT If you love trees and hills and want to feel like you are miles away from the city. Belmont is rare, semi-rural gem with easy access to the best the Bay Area has to offer. Belmont has a deep sense of community and some of the best schools in California (public and private). It is a very walk-able city dotted with small neighborhood shopping centers in lieu of big-box stores.Quaint homes, hills and trails, a wonderful sports center and culture within easy reach all make Belmont a delightful place to call home.
OUTDOORS Great parks are springing up throughout Belmont – here are a few.
Waterdog Open Space – Open Space is also known as the John Brooks Memorial Open Space. With a variety of trail lengths for walking and a short but super-sweet mountain bike loop, this park is a great spot for after work or when you’re short on time. Even if you only have 2 hours, you will leave happy! Dogs welcome on leash.
Twin Pines Park – This quaint park follows a lovely brook with picnic areas and plenty of shade. There are free afternoon concerts in the Summer on Sundays and there is plenty of parking.
Semeria Park – If you have kids, this is a great little spot. It’s cute, clean and safe with rubber mats and plenty to do and climb. The small grassy area is great to toss a Frisbee or kick a ball and the slide, swings and climbing structure will keep even active kids occupied. This park was a long time in coming, however, it is a welcome addition. It has picnic spaces with tables and benches and a concrete path around the play area.
Davey Glen Park – On a clear day through the Eucalyptus trees you can catch a glimpse of the bay and Mount Diablo. It was a challenging park to design with wonderful grassy play areas, play structures with places to sit and enjoy the naturally, hilly surroundings. The park is bordered by privately-owned open space and a stand of fragrant Eucalyptus trees. There is a walking path, donated by the two adjacent homeowners and a neighborhood shopping area nearby.
INDOORS In Belmont, the thing to do indoors is to visit with friends and family. This lovely little town does not even have a movie theater. Just because the list is so short, we are going to include tents as indoors just so we can put the great Farmer’s Market on the list!
Belmont Library 650-591-8286 https://smcl.org/locations/1B/
Belmont Iceland 650-592-0533 https://www.facebook.com/belmonticeland
Belmont Farmer’s Market 800- 949-3276 https://www.facebook.com/BelmontMarket
NOTE: The Belmont Farmer’s Market is every Sunday, 9am to 1pm, rain or shine in the CalTrain parking lot at Ralston Ave and El Camino Real.
CITY HALL http://www.belmont.gov/home
BELMONT, CA ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/CityofBelmontCA