The San Francisco Peninsula

Belmont is situated half-way between San Francisco and San Jose, in San Mateo County, with a population close to 26,000. Known for its wooded hills, views of the San Francisco Bay and stretches of open space, Belmont is a quiet residential community in the midst of the culturally and technologically rich Bay Area. 

Belmont is home to numerous landmarks such as the Ralston Hall Mansion built by Bank of California founder, William Chapman Ralston and the Notre Dame de Namur University. In addition, the locally famous, pet-friendly, Waterdog Lake Park, is also located in the foothills and highlands of Belmont. Click here to learn more about Belmont.