Tracy was founded during the railroad explosion of the late 1800s. Those wanting to dig a little deeper into the history of Tracy can visit the Tracy Historical Museum. Exhibits consist of photographs, text, audio, video and special seminars. The bustling downtown area offers a great selection of attractions and events. A weekly farmers market, an art walk and downtown block parties are just a few of the happenings. In keeping with the artistic vibe of the San Francisco Bay Area, Tracy boasts its own Grand Theater Center for the Arts. With shows, exhibits, educational programs and more, one need not travel to the big city for high-caliber art.

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In the triangle formed by the intersection of Interstates 5, 205 and 580 lies the community of Tracy, California. With a population just over 80,000, this suburb of San Francisco offers safe neighborhoods, with single-family homes in a variety of price ranges. From delightful bungalows built in the mid-1900s to modern floorplans less than ten years old, there are homes to suit any taste in Tracy. Friendly citizens pride themselves on the city's roots as well as its forward-thinking progress.

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