San Ramon citizens will go to the polls today to elect a new mayor and two members of the City Council.
The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There are eight precincts in San Ramon and therefore eight polling places.
The polling sites are:
Falcon Bridge Apartments, 500 Copperset Road
San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District office, 1500 Bollinger Canyon Road
San Ramon Presbyterian Church, 12943 Alcosta Blvd.
Bollinger Hills Cabana, 2951 Morgan Drive
Pine Valley Middle School, 3000 Pine Valley Road
San Ramon Community Center, 12501 Alcosta Blvd.
Alcosta Senior and Community Center, 9300 Alcosta Blvd.
Windemere Ranch Middle School, 11611 East Brand Parkway
A complete list of polling places can be found on the Contra Costa County Elections Department web site. You can also call the office's main number at 925-335-7800.
San Ramon Patch will provide up to the minute election results on Tuesday night as they arrive from the county elections department.
There are two items on the San Ramon ballot.
The first is the mayor's race. They are two candidates listed.
Bill Clarkson served three terms on the San Ramon Valley Unified School District board of education. He is the president and founder of Golden Hills Brokers. He's also the past chairman of the Chamber of Commerce as well as a past president of the local Rotary Club chapter.
There are three candidate vying for two seats on the City Council.
Phil O'Loane is a medical director who has served on the Planning Commission. He also is active in the Dougherty Valley Athletic Boosters and is a lector at his church. O'Loane was one of the leaders of the campaign last year against the urban growth boundary proposal.