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  • Places

    Pittsburg is also known as: Contra Costa County / Pittsburg city.

    Pittsburg contains: Los Medanos College.

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  • Aaron Miles (baseball player) was born in Pittsburg.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Aaron Miles (baseball player), Mandy Ventrice (record producer and songwriter), Joe Tafoya (american football player), Derek Basco (actor), Dante Basco (actor and voice actor), Ken Simonton (american football player), and Shaunard Harts (american football player).

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  • History

    The population was 63,264 at the 2010 census. The city has access to one BART station, the Pittsburg/Bay Point Station located in Pittsburg near Bay Point. Service will be extended further into the city via DMU train with a Railroad Avenue station that is currently under construction. The current zip code is 94565 for both Pittsburg and Bay Point, and the area code is 925. In 1849, Colonel Jonathan D. Stevenson (from New York) bought the Rancho Los Medanos land grant, and laid out a town he called New York of the Pacific. By 1850, this venture failed. With the discovery of coal in the nearby town of Nortonville, California, the place became a port for coaling, and adopted the name Black Diamond, after the mining firm that built the Black Diamond Coal Mining Railroad from there to Nortonville. Due to the industrial potential of the site, a name change to Pittsburg was proposed in 1909. Pittsburg, originally settled in 1839, was called first "New York Landing", then "Black Diamond", before...

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    There are currently 2 funeral home listings for the city of Pittsburg, California.

All Funeral Homes in Pittsburg

Dan Scales Funeral Services
107 W 8th St Send flowers
Pittsburg, CA 94565


Pittsburg Funeral Chapel
2295 Railroad Ave Send flowers
Pittsburg, CA 94565

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