In 1851, there was a town near San Francisco called Squattersville. Now, this is known as San Lorenzo. San Lorenzo, CA is 24.2 miles away from San Francisco, CA. It is in the East Bay. The total area is 2.77 square miles. The San Lorenzo Creek runs through the town. The area is policed by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
Back during the California Gold Rush, squatters set up shop in the area at Squattersville. The area is well-known for production of fruit and flowers. You might like the Acqua E Farina, Elios Family Restaurant or Porky's Pizza Palace for dining.
The San Lorenzo housing is very good. Numerous houses were built using the California method. California is well-known for having great weather. Due to the great weather, the cost of living is fairly high. The San Lorenzo crime rate has been increasing and education is poor. But, there are plenty of jobs in San Lorenzo, CA.