|• Hebrew||רָמַת הַשָּׁרוֹן|
|• ISO 259||Ramat ha Šaron|
|• Arabic||رمات هشارون|
|• Mayor||Yitzhak Rochberger|
|• Total||16,792 dunams (16.792 km2 or 6.483 sq mi)|
|Name meaning||Sharon Height|
|Website||official website (Hebrew)|
Ramat HaSharon (Hebrew: רָמַת הַשָּׁרוֹן, lit. Height of the Sharon) is a city located on Israel's central coastal strip in the south of the Sharon region, bordering Tel Aviv to the south, Hod HaSharon to the east and Herzliya and Kibbutz Glil Yam to the north. It is part of the Tel Aviv District, within Gush Dan metropolitan area. In 2009, the city had a population of 40,600.
Ramat HaSharon, originally Ir Shalom, was a moshava established in 1923 (Hebrew: עִיר שָׁלוֹם, lit. City of Peace) by olim from Poland. It was built on 2,000 dunams (2 square kilometres (0.77 sq mi)) of land purchased for 5 Egyptian pounds per dunam. In the 1931 census, the village had a population of 312.
In 1932, the community was renamed Kfar Ramat HaSharon (Heights of Sharon Village). By 1950, the population was up to 900. Rapid population growth in the 1960s and 70s led to construction of many new roadways, schools and parks. Several distinct neighborhood evolved in the 1970s, including Morasha on the southern edge, one with many military and air force personnel in the eastern edge, and many successful professionals moved into the developing city. Ramat HaSharon became a highly desirable place to live in the 1980s as a very safe place, containing many gardens and wide boulevards, and attracting many upper middle class suburban families.
Ramat HaSharon was granted city status in 2002.
Until the 1960s, it was primarily a farming community, known for its strawberry fields and citrus groves. Ramat HaSharon is also home to Israel Military Industries, the manufacturer of weapons and small arms for the Israel Defense Forces and the world market.
Ramat Hasharon has six elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools. HaMidrasha, an art teachers training college, and Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music are located in the city.
Ramat HaSharon is home to the Israel Tennis Center, founded in 1975, which hosts and organizes international, national and regional tennis tournaments. Along with tennis facilities, which include 24 illuminated courts, and stands which seat up to 4,500 spectators, the central management of the organization, which manages 13 other tennis centers around the country, is located in the town. It also is home to Canada Stadium, where most Davis Cup and other significant Israeli matches have been played since the mid-1970s.
Electra Ramat HaSharon, is the city's women basketball team, one of the leading teams in the Israeli league and a former European champion.
"Alumim", one of the city's junior high schools, has won many trophies in sports, especially for achievements in track and field.
 Notable residents
- Chava Alberstein, singer, lyricist, composer, and musical arranger
- Haim Bar-Lev, Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff and government minister
- Mike Burstyn, American actor
- Shay Doron, WNBA basketball guard (New York Liberty)
- Dubi Gal
- Yehoram Gaon, singer, actor, director, producer, and TV and radio host
- Gidi Gov, singer, TV host, entertainer, and actor
- Rami Kleinstein, singer and composer
- Amos Mansdorf, tennis player
- Haim Moshe, singer
- Orna Ostfeld, basketball player and coach
- Svika Pick, singer and composer
- Haim Ramon, member of the Knesset and Vice Prime Minister
- Rita, singer and actress
- Dudu Topaz, comedian, actor, author, and TV and radio host
- Ezer Weizman, commander of the Israeli Air Force, Minister of Defense, and President of Israel
- Eli Yatzpan, TV host and comedian
- Rehavam Zeevi, general, politician, and historian
- Naor Zion, comedian, actor, writer and director
- Emmanuel Schefer, the only coach to have qualified the Israel national football team for the 1970 FIFA World Cup.
 Twin towns
Ramat HaSharon is twinned with:
- Tallahassee, Florida
- Georgsmarienhütte, Germany
- Dunkirk, France
- Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, France 
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