Hero Towing proudly serves Alamo, CA, providing expert towing and roadside assistance services. Our dedicated team is here to offer timely and professional support for all your towing needs in Alamo.

Alamo’s Heavy Equipment Transport

In Alamo, when you require the transport of heavy equipment, Hero Towing is your reliable partner. Our specialized equipment and skilled operators can handle large machinery with ease. Trust us for safe and efficient heavy equipment transport in Alamo.

Alamo’s Fuel Delivery and Tire Change

For quick fuel delivery and tire change services in Alamo, Hero Towing is ready to assist. Our team can swiftly deliver fuel or change a flat tire, getting you back on the road promptly. Count on us for reliable assistance in Alamo.

Alamo (SpanishÁlamo; meaning “Poplar tree“) is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Contra Costa CountyCalifornia, in the United States. It is a suburb located in the San Francisco Bay Area’s East Bay region, approximately 28 miles (45 km) east of San Francisco.[5] Alamo is equidistant from the city of Walnut Creek and the incorporated town of Danville. As of the 2020 census, the population was 15,314.

Police services are provided by the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff. Fire and EMS services are provided by the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District.

Alamo has a median household income of $300,000 (as of 2022). In August 2007, a group of citizens launched a new initiative to incorporate the community, the latest in a series of attempts that go back to the early 1960s or before; it was defeated by referendum in March 2009. Previous failed Alamo incorporation efforts always included parts of other nearby unincorporated areas: Alamo-Danville (1964)] and Alamo-Danville-San Ramon (1976).


Interstate 680, running north–south, is the main highway serving the San Ramon Valley. It runs north through cities such as Walnut Creek and Concord, providing access to Wine CountrySacramento and Lake Tahoe (accessible via Interstate 80). Going south, I-680 passes through cities including Pleasanton and Fremont, ultimately reaching San Jose.

State Highway 24, which intersects I-680 in adjacent Walnut Creek, provides access to San FranciscoOakland and Berkeley via the Caldecott Tunnel running under the Berkeley Hills.

The closest Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station is Walnut Creek on the Yellow LineCounty Connection routes 21 and 321, running on weekdays and weekends respectively, provide local bus service along Danville Boulevard in Alamo, south to Danville and San Ramon and north to Walnut Creek, terminating at the BART station.