The term Silicon Valley encompasses many geographic and economical regions found plenty of miles south of the city of San Francisco.
The eastern region of urban and suburban cities of the San Francisco Bay Area are commonly referred to as being locating in the East Bay.
The entire geographical San Francisco region up the Peninsula includes cities found in both San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
"Santa Cruz is known for its moderate climate, the natural beauty of its coastline, redwood forests, alternative community lifestyles and socially liberal learnings."
Found in the south region of the greater San Francisco Bay Area, is the county of Santa Clara.
San Mateo County is one of several bordering the San Francisco Bay Area region with a unique blend of urban and saburban lifestyle.
Alameda County is a diverse and vast region amongst the nine other major San Francisco Bay Area counties.
Santa Cruz County and its cities are known for their location along an extensive scenic coastline extending towards the Northern & Central California region.
A unique, lively city found within the valley is the city of Campbell.
Found in the western region of the Silicon Valley, Cupertino is a notorious and highly ranked small town.
One of the East Bay regions historical, populous and geographically extensive cities is the city of Hayward.
Los Gatos remains one of the oldest communities found in the south region of Silicon Valley.
Sitting in the extreme north eastern section of the south bay area is the city of Milpitas, also a part of Silicon Valley.
Found in the southeastern section of the San Francisco Penninsula, Palo Alts is a charter city with rich history and lush natural habitats.
A major metropolitan city about as vast, populous and notable as San Francisco is the city of San Jose.
Notorious for its moderate climate and natural beauty, this beach resort community is found a little over thirty miles south of San Jose and close proximity to Monterey Bay.
Sunnyvale is one of many unique cities found in Silicon Valley.
Almaden hosts an abundance of key attractions and public recreation sites in addition to it's picturesque hills and distinct housing developments.
Located in the south region of San Jose, Blossom Valley features several suburban housing developments that are all unique.
Bordering the cities of Campbell and Los Gatos, this San Jose neighborhood is named after the major school district in the area.
This historic San Jose neighborhood is named after its surrounding landmark, the SJ Municipal Rose Garden.
Willow Glens neighborhoods are known to feature architecturally inspiring homes ranging from modern, semi-custom and contemporary style homes.