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Esselen Indians were the original people who lived in the area about 5,000 years ago, until the Ohlone Indians displaced them some time before 500 A.D. Mexico granted 17,000 acres of land In 1823 to Don Francisco Castro, the land known now as Contra Costa County. Part of this land grant, named Rancho San Pablo, became the city of Richmond. San Pablo was first used as an agricultural city on a grand scale as the same way with other ranches in early California. later on those ranches converted into residential, commercial, and industrial use after it was divided into ever smaller parcels of land.
Richmond is served by two main airports and one of which has a limited scheduled passenger service. All the two airports are within 28 miles drive of the city limits. The city of Richmond is covered with efficient public transportation services. including bus lines, railway and Bart. A combined railway station provides access to the BART also known as the Bay Area Rapid Transit District, and AMTRAK, which is an important inter city passenger railway transportation service across the United States. When measured by annual tonnage, Richmond's deep water shipping port is considered the third largest in California.
The public schools in the city of Richmond are administered by the West Contra Costa Unified School District, known before as the Richmond Unified School District. There are also many private schools, most of them are Catholic schools. The Contra Costa Community College District serves all of college education needs in Contra Costa County including Richmond student residents. Richmond, like many of the East Bay cities, enjoys a very nice mild Mediterranean climate all year round. The climate is a little warmer than the coastal areas of San Francisco, The rainy season begins in late October and ends in April with some showers in May. The Hilltop District in Richmond includes Hilltop Mall that features Sears, J.C. Penney, Macy's, and WalMart department stores as anchor shopping stores in the area.The city of Richmond enjoys a wide variety of recreational sites like the national historic parks ,Point Richmond, USS Red Oak Victory, and the Golden State Railroad Museum.The Richmond Art Center that was founded by Hazel Salmi in 1936, is considered as one of the oldest continually operating non-profit art centers on the entire Western Coast of the United States.