Orinda is classified as the ‘wealthiest’ of the three communities in the Lamorinda Area.
Orinda’s population is: 17,868 and only 2.12% population growth since 2000.
Public schools spend an average of: $10,857 per student and approximately 17.6 students per teacher.
Orinda is a beautiful, country settings with views of the rolling hills.
Orinda’s Country Club was developed 1875 by the DeLaveage Family. Orinda was known as the valley resort of summer homes for the rich.
This town was established in the early 1920’s after the Caldecott Tunnel opened.
Connecting Alameda County and Contra Costa County which then began rapid development.
Many top executives and other professionals chose Orinda because of the prestigious address, great schools and proximity to San Francisco.
Also close to the University of California at Berkeley. Orinda backs to Tilden Regional Park.
Orinda offers a small downtown area that includes the Orinda Theater, Kasper’s Hot Dogs, Petra Café,
Loard’s Ice Cream, and the Casa Orinda are a few favorites.
For more information regarding Orinda County Club: http://www.orindacc.org/Club/Scripts/Home/home.asp
Schools in Orinda ....
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Glorietta Elementary School
Del Ray Elementary School
Sleepy Hollow Elementary
Wagner Ranch Elementary
Orinda Intermediate School
Acalanes Union School District
Miramonte High School