Area code 925

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458/541 775 702 928 442/760 916 530 707 209 559 831 805 661 858 909 951 619 213 323 707 916 415 650 510 925 408 209 831 805 661 442/760 310/424 747/818 626 909 951 949 562 657/714
The red area is area code 925; blue areas have California area codes.

Area code 925 is a California telephone area code that was split from area code 510 on March 14, 1998. It covers the inland portions of the East Bay counties of Alameda and Contra Costa in the central area of California.

The area was originally part of area code 415, one of the first three area codes created in California in 1947, which originally covered all of central California. In 1991, area code 510 was created to encompass most of the East Bay. Area code 925 was created March 14, 1998, when area code 510 was split along the natural border of the East Bay hills. The number was formed by adding 415 and 510.

The area code includes southeastern Alameda County (Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, Sunol, and unincorporated areas surrounding those communities), and all of Contra Costa County except the western part (El Cerrito to Crockett).

Cities in the 925 area code[edit]

Alameda County[edit]

Contra Costa County[edit]

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California area codes: 209, 213, 310/424, 323, 408/669, 415/628, 442/760, 510, 530, 559, 562, 619, 626, 650, 657/714, 661, 707, 747/818, 805, 831, 858, 909, 916, 925, 949, 951
North: 707, 916
West: 510 area code 925 East: 209
South: 408/669

Coordinates: 37°54′N 122°00′W / 37.9°N 122°W / 37.9; -122