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City of Hercules With over 26,000 residents, Hercules continues to grow into a transit oriented community with a home

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Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The  reminds i...
01/05/2023

Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The reminds its residents of the following tips:

🦝 Secure trash cans and never leave food (including pet food) outside
🐍 Remain alert and always be aware of your surroundings
🦌 Call 911 if you witness aggressive or dangerous wildlife behavior

For more information on wildlife encounter preparedness, visit https://www.contracosta.ca.gov/7990/Living-with-Wildlife

During the December 13 City Council meeting, the Council certified the November 8 election results, appointed Alexander ...
01/04/2023

During the December 13 City Council meeting, the Council certified the November 8 election results, appointed Alexander Walker-Griffin as the new Mayor, and swore in Council Members Dion Bailey and Chris Kelley.

Join the City of Hercules in welcoming its new Mayor and Council Members! 👏

For more information on the Council, visit: https://bit.ly/3vDLkvU

Due to the current storms, the  is providing 24-hour access to self-service sand at two locations within the City. Indiv...
01/04/2023

Due to the current storms, the is providing 24-hour access to self-service sand at two locations within the City. Individuals will be able to fill their own bag at either location.

📍City Hall (111 Civic Drive) adjacent to the trailer
📍Community Center (2001 Refugio Rd.) in the back corner of the parking lot

For more information, contact the Public Works Department at (510) 799-8244.

Happy New Year, Hercules! 🎊 As a reminder, in observance of the holiday,  City Hall will be closed tomorrow, January 2, ...
01/01/2023

Happy New Year, Hercules! 🎊

As a reminder, in observance of the holiday, City Hall will be closed tomorrow, January 2, 2023.

Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us for online services. For non-emergency assistance, please call Hercules PD at (510) 724-1111. If you do experience an emergency, please call 911.

Looking for an easy way to report non-emergency issues? Download Hercules Connect today! Our citizen request app allows ...
12/27/2022

Looking for an easy way to report non-emergency issues? Download Hercules Connect today! Our citizen request app allows residents to report issues, access city information, view City Council agendas and more!

📲Download the app today!
App Store: https://apple.co/3G8KwoH
Google Play: https://bit.ly/3jlRqhz

12/21/2022

Happy Holidays, Hercules! ❄️ We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season! 🎉

As a reminder, in observance of the winter holidays, City Hall will be closed from December 22, 2022 to January 2, 2023.

Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us for online services. For non-emergency assistance, please call Hercules PD at (510) 724-1111. If you do experience an emergency, please call 911.

The 2023 Winter/Spring Activity Guide is out now! The Parks and Recreation Department is offering incredible classes for...
12/20/2022

The 2023 Winter/Spring Activity Guide is out now! The Parks and Recreation Department is offering incredible classes for all ages!

To view the activity guide, visit: https://bit.ly/3Og1vX0

⚠️ Attention : In observance of the winter holidays,  City Hall will be closed from December 22, 2022 to January 2, 2023...
12/15/2022

⚠️ Attention : In observance of the winter holidays, City Hall will be closed from December 22, 2022 to January 2, 2023. ❄️

Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us for online services. For non-emergency assistance, please call Hercules PD at (510) 724-1111. If you do experience an emergency, please call 911.

The Friends of Hercules Senior Center & Sponsors are hosting the annual Breakfast with Santa on December 17 from 8 AM - ...
12/13/2022

The Friends of Hercules Senior Center & Sponsors are hosting the annual Breakfast with Santa on December 17 from 8 AM - 11 AM at the Community Center, 2001 Refugio Valley Rd. There will be pancakes, eggs, bacon and beverages! Breakfast will be served from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM. The event will feature activities for kids, a raffle and goody bags for the first 50 kids to arrive. Santa will be there and available for photos!🎅

Online tickets are available until Saturday, December 17 at 9 AM and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $9 per person and there will be no refunds. Children ages 3 and under are free. To purchase tickets, visit https://bit.ly/3XI0Mnm

The  was awarded awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (G...
12/08/2022

The was awarded awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for budget preparation and the Operating Budget Excellence Award Fiscal Year 2021-2022 from the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers (CSMFO) for excellence in budgeting! ✅ To learn more about the financial excellence awards, visit https://bit.ly/3gQE5N5

Happy Holidays, Hercules! 🎊 Watch what's happening with the Mayor's Minute! ⏱🎥 December is filled with amazing activitie...
12/07/2022
Mayor's Minute 4th Edition

Happy Holidays, Hercules! 🎊 Watch what's happening with the Mayor's Minute! ⏱🎥 December is filled with amazing activities and important City happenings. So tune in for this month's update of great information!

Pre-screening applications are now being accepted for the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance progr...
12/06/2022

Pre-screening applications are now being accepted for the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance programs approved by the City Council! 📝

In collaboration with City staff, HdL Companies developed the outlines for each program. For more information on the program outlines, criteria, the pre-screen application and the application process please visit the following links:

➡️ Business Grant Assistance Program: https://bit.ly/3FN7aTN
➡️ Business Grant Rental Assistance Program: https://bit.ly/3hco9Vu

Check out the latest  news from the Herald E-Newsletter 🗞 bit.ly/3um6aPE In this edition:🎄Hear the Mayor's Minute of Dec...
12/02/2022

Check out the latest news from the Herald E-Newsletter 🗞 bit.ly/3um6aPE

In this edition:
🎄Hear the Mayor's Minute of December events
💵 Learn about the City's recent Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Award
🔧 Read more on different Capital Improvement Projects going on in the City

Sign up to receive the Herald E-Newsletter directly to your inbox at conta.cc/3FjQGC2 📩

Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The  reminds i...
12/02/2022

Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The reminds its residents of the following tips:

🦝 Secure trash cans and never leave food (including pet food) outside
🐍 Remain alert and always be aware of your surroundings
🦌 Call 911 if you witness aggressive or dangerous wildlife behavior

For more information on wildlife encounter preparedness, visit https://bit.ly/3Og7uNc

11/30/2022

Join us for the annual Tree Lighting event this Sunday, December 4, from 3:30-5:30p, at the Hercules Community Swim Center. This is a FREE community event, and we hope to see everyone here to help bring in the new year.

There will be music and live entertainment, hot cocoa/coffee, cookies, candy canes, and of course...Santa! We will also have bins out for the canned food drive, Toys for Tots and One Warm Coat - consider donating your unused, or gently used coats/jackets to help someone in need this holiday season.

In an effort to conserve water, consider these low-cost options:💧Use dye tabs to find toilet leaks. Leaks are usually ca...
11/29/2022

In an effort to conserve water, consider these low-cost options:

💧Use dye tabs to find toilet leaks. Leaks are usually caused by worn out flapper valves, easily replaced with a trip to the hardware store
💧Replace worn out washers in faucets to stop drips and leaks
💧Install aerators on your bathroom and kitchen faucets

For more water conservation tips, visit ebmud.com/water

Happy Thanksgiving, Hercules! 🦃 We wish everyone a lovely holiday!As a reminder,  City Hall is closed today, Thursday, N...
11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving, Hercules! 🦃 We wish everyone a lovely holiday!

As a reminder, City Hall is closed today, Thursday, November 24.

⚠️ Attention , here are a few updates for the week:The  Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 22 has been cancelled. T...
11/21/2022

⚠️ Attention , here are a few updates for the week:

The Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 22 has been cancelled. The next regular meeting is scheduled for December 13.

In observance of Thanksgiving, City Hall will be closed November 23 and 24. Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us for online services. 🦃

The  congratulates Joe Vasquez on his appointment as the new Hercules Chief of Police! 👏 Chief Vasquez brings 18 years o...
11/15/2022

The congratulates Joe Vasquez on his appointment as the new Hercules Chief of Police! 👏 Chief Vasquez brings 18 years of experience in law enforcement, having served the community of Hercules in many capacities since 2004. Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Chief Vasquez!

This Veterans Day, the  would like to thank and acknowledge all veterans for their service. 🇺🇸
11/11/2022

This Veterans Day, the would like to thank and acknowledge all veterans for their service. 🇺🇸

In observance of Veterans Day, Hercules City Hall will be closed Thursday, November 10. Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us f...
11/09/2022

In observance of Veterans Day, Hercules City Hall will be closed Thursday, November 10. Please visit ci.hercules.ca.us for online services.

Today is Election Day! 🗳️ We encourage  voters to exercise their right to vote today. As a reminder, voters can drop the...
11/08/2022

Today is Election Day! 🗳️ We encourage voters to exercise their right to vote today. As a reminder, voters can drop their ballots at the secure ballot drop at the Hercules Library (109 Civic Dr.) ✅

For more information on the election and polling places in the area, visit https://bit.ly/3CZiHxD.

Pre-screening applications are now being accepted for the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance progr...
11/08/2022

Pre-screening applications are now being accepted for the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance programs approved by the City Council! 📝

In collaboration with City staff, HdL Companies developed the outlines for each program. For more information on the program outlines, criteria, the pre-screen application and the application process please visit the following links:

➡️ Business Grant Assistance Program: https://bit.ly/3FN7aTN
➡️ Business Grant Rental Assistance Program: https://bit.ly/3hco9Vu

Hercules small businesses affected by Covid may be eligible for two grant programs! More details at https://uqfh5.app.go...
11/07/2022
Business Assistance Grants | Hercules, CA

Hercules small businesses affected by Covid may be eligible for two grant programs! More details at https://uqfh5.app.goo.gl/pDTR

The City of Hercules (City) values our local businesses and is pleased that you are interested in the Small Business Assistance Grant and Small Business Rent Assistance Grant Programs.

Don't forget that time "falls back" one hour on November 6 at 2 a.m.With Daylight Saving upon us, keep water schedule ad...
11/05/2022

Don't forget that time "falls back" one hour on November 6 at 2 a.m.

With Daylight Saving upon us, keep water schedule adjustments in mind. In the cool weather of fall, we encourage you to water less often.

For more tips on saving water, visit ebmud.com/water

🏛 The City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 8 has been cancelled and rescheduled as a special meeting to ...
11/04/2022

🏛 The City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 8 has been cancelled and rescheduled as a special meeting to be held on Wednesday, November 9 at 6 p.m. For the meeting agenda and public participation guidelines, visit https://bit.ly/3N0tzi0

The  wishes you a safe and happy Halloween! 🎃 When celebrating, keep the following tips in mind:🎃 Cross the street at co...
10/31/2022

The wishes you a safe and happy Halloween! 🎃 When celebrating, keep the following tips in mind:

🎃 Cross the street at corners and crosswalks
👻 Drivers, slow down and be alert
🍬 Carry glow sticks or flashlights, or use reflective tape on costumes and bags to ensure you are seen

A few things to know before you vote on Measure N – the City of Hercules No Tax Increase Financial Stability Measure.1. ...
10/26/2022
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A few things to know before you vote on Measure N – the City of Hercules No Tax Increase Financial Stability Measure.

1. If passed, Measure N will extend the existing Utility Users Tax (UUT), until ended by Hercules voters, and the UUT would continue to generate approximately $3 million annually.
2. If Measure N does not pass, the UUT is scheduled to end on January 1, 2025 and the City could lose approximately 20% of its annual budget.
3. All revenue from Measure N could be used on general City services.

For more information, please visit HerculesMeasureN.org.

On July 21, 2022, the Hercules City Council unanimously voted to place Measure N -- the City of Hercules No Tax Increase Financial Stability Measure – on our upcoming Municipal Election to be held on November 8, 2022. Measure N simply extends the existing, voter approved Utility Users Tax (UUT), a...

The  City Council approved the implementation of the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance programs u...
10/26/2022

The City Council approved the implementation of the Business Grant Assistance and Business Rental Assistance programs using allocated American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds!

In collaboration with City staff, HdL Companies developed the outlines for each program. For more information on the program outlines, criteria and the application process, please visit https://bit.ly/3DFcOpN

Measure N proposes the extension of the current 8% Utility Users Tax (UUT). If passed, Measure N could generate approxim...
10/25/2022

Measure N proposes the extension of the current 8% Utility Users Tax (UUT). If passed, Measure N could generate approximately $3 million per year, which could be used on any general City services to address local priorities identified by the public, such as:

- Long term financial sustainability and fiscal accountability
- Meeting water quality standards
- Establishing free City Wi-Fi
- Maintaining fast 9-1-1 response times
- Keeping public areas and parks safe and clean
- Retaining/attracting local businesses
- Other general City services

For more information, please visit HerculesMeasureN.org.

WIth the November 8 General Election coming up, the  reminds its residents of the following election information:✔️Regis...
10/24/2022

WIth the November 8 General Election coming up, the reminds its residents of the following election information:

✔️Register to vote by October 24.
✔️Voters can drop their ballots at the secure ballot drop box at the Hercules Library (109 Civic Dr.)

For more information on the election and voting options, visit cocovote.us

Hercules' 8% Utility Users Tax (UUT) has been in place since 2004. On November 8, Hercules voters will have the opportun...
10/20/2022

Hercules' 8% Utility Users Tax (UUT) has been in place since 2004. On November 8, Hercules voters will have the opportunity to vote on Measure N, the extension of the existing UUT.

If Measure N does not pass, the UUT is scheduled to end on January 1, 2025. Hercules could lose approximately over $3 million annually, which is 20% of Hercules' annual budget.

If passed, Measure N would extend the current UUT, until ended by voters, at the same rate of 8%.

For more information, please visit HerculesMeasureN.org.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and today is !🧡 Join us in celebrating  by wearing orange! The key message...
10/19/2022

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and today is !🧡 Join us in celebrating by wearing orange! The key message of this month, and this day, is to unite for kindness, courage, and inclusion, to prevent students from being bullied. To learn more about Unity Day and how to celebrate, visit https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/parks-recreation/unity-day

This November, Hercules residents will have the opportunity to vote on Measure N – the City of Hercules No Tax Increase ...
10/18/2022

This November, Hercules residents will have the opportunity to vote on Measure N – the City of Hercules No Tax Increase Financial Stability Measure. If approved, Measure N would extend the existing 8% Utility Users Tax and continue to help address local priorities identified by the public, such as long term financial sustainability and fiscal accountability; meeting water quality standards; establishing free City Wi-Fi; maintaining fast 9-1-1 response times; keeping public areas and parks safe and clean; retaining/attracting local businesses; and other general City services.

For more information, please visit HerculesMeasureN.org.

Don't forget to join us for PUMPKATAZ and Trunk or Treat on October 28 at 6 PM at the Community Center Parking Lot (2001...
10/17/2022

Don't forget to join us for PUMPKATAZ and Trunk or Treat on October 28 at 6 PM at the Community Center Parking Lot (2001 Refugio Valley Road). You won't want to miss the City's pumpkin carving contest and most creative trunk contest! There will be prizes for the most creative trunk and best pumpkin. All participants will receive a prize for participation. There will also be a Halloween themed movie playing during the event. To register for either event, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (510) 799-8291 or visit https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/parks-recreation/halloween-events

As the November 8 Election approaches, voters will be able to drop off their ballots at the secure ballot drop box at He...
10/12/2022

As the November 8 Election approaches, voters will be able to drop off their ballots at the secure ballot drop box at Hercules Library (109 Civic Dr.). The drop box is outdoors and available 24/7. For more information on voting options, visit cocovote.us.

Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The  reminds i...
10/10/2022

Our city's beautiful setting and proximity to nature comes with a heightened risk of wildlife encounters. The reminds its residents of the following tips:

🦝 Secure trash cans and never leave food (including pet food) outside
🐍 Remain alert and always be aware of your surroundings
🦌 Call 911 if you witness aggressive or dangerous wildlife behavior

For more information on wildlife encounter preparedness, visit https://www.contracosta.ca.gov/7990/Living-with-Wildlife

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Dear Village Parkway Neighborhood Resident,

The City of Hercules is seeking your input on calming traffic in your neighborhood at the Monday, November 1 Public Safety & Traffic Council Subcommittee Meeting.

The meeting begins at 6:30 pm and will be virtual. It can be accessed via Zoom at:

Meeting ID: 859 0711 3856
Passcode: 167597

or by telephone at +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose).

Alternatively, you can mail (Attn: Mike Roberts) or email ([email protected]) your written comments, which must be received no later than 4:00 pm the evening of the meeting so they can be distributed to the Subcommittee members at the meeting.

The traffic calming area is along Village Parkway and Hercules Avenue. The goal of traffic calming is to slow traffic down, increase safety, encourage more walking and bicycling, and create an environment that enhances the quality of street users and adjacent residents.

We would like to hear about what you’ve experienced – the good, the bad, and everything in between - on Village Parkway and Hercules Avenue. This feedback is essential for street improvements to be made that enhance the quality of your life.

We hope to see you at the meeting!

Best,
Mike

Michael Roberts, PE
Public Works Director/City Engineer
City of Hercules
(510)799-8241
ARPA Community Survey

The City Council is seeking input from the community on ideas to assist with Hercules’ economic recovery and encourages you to take a brief survey.

The City of Hercules will receive $6,285,778 in The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. One half of the funds were received in July 2021 and the second half will be received in July 2022. Funds must be obligated by December 2024 and spent by December 2026.

Cities can use ARPA funds for:
1. Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic
2. Covering costs incurred from the public health emergency
3. Replacing lost, delayed, or decreased revenues to local governments due to COVID-19
4. Addressing the negative economic impacts on local businesses and nonprofits
5. Making investments in water, sewer, or broadband infrastructure

The survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V7Q5QZS

The survey will close on November 12, 2021.

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 is a $1.9 trillion economic recovery bill that was signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021. Within the ARPA, the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund provides $130 billion for local governments split evenly between municipalities and counties to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts.
ATTENTION HERCULES RESIDENTS:
The Rodeo Hercules Fire Protection District is conducting a recruitment to fill seats on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee for Measure “O”. The purpose of this Committee is to provide oversight and to inform the public and the Board concerning the expenditure of Measure “O” revenues and (1) ensuring that Measure “O” revenues are deposited into a separate account created by the District; and (2) ensuring that Measure “O” revenue are expended only for the purposes described in section 4.01 of the Committee Bylaws.

The Committee shall be composed of a minimum of three (3) and a maximum of five (5) members appointed by the Board after an open and public recruitment process. Members of the Oversight Committee shall be residents or property owners within the District and registered to vote. The number of Committee members shall be a balance of property owners that reside in the City of Hercules, and the Town of Rodeo located within the County of Contra Costa. Members selected to the Committee shall have a two-year term from the time of appointment unless sooner terminated by the Board. Committee members shall serve until their successor is appointed by the Board. Committee members may be re-appointed by the Board.

Hercules Residents interested in serving on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee for Measure “O” should contact Kimberly Corcoran at Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District at 510-799-4561 or [email protected] for additional information and to obtain an application.
Franklin Canyon RV Resort Project (https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/community-development/development-projects/franklin-canyon/golf-course-rv-resort): The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, September 20, at 7:00 p.m. for a proposal to convert the existing Franklin Canyon Golf Course into a recreational vehicle campground with amenities, including a new 10,000-square-foot clubhouse, and approximately 70 acres of open space to be granted to the John Muir Land Trust. Additional information about the project hearing and how to view and participate in the meeting will be available at least 72 hours ahead of the meeting on the City’s meeting agenda web page (https://hercules.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx).
For voting registration information and for official ballot drop off locations visit Contra Costa County Elections website: https://www.cocovote.us/registration-and-voting-options/secure-ballot-drop-boxes/
HERCULES COMMISSION VACANCIES
APPLICATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1, 2021

The Hercules City Council is currently recruiting residents for appointment to the Planning Commission, Finance Commission, and the Community and Library Services Commission. Applicants must be residents of the City of Hercules, 18 years of age or older and registered to vote with the exception of the Student Commissioner which must be a high school student and a resident of Hercules. The Application Deadline is November 1, 2021. Commissioner terms begin in January 2022. Contact Lori Martin, City Clerk, at 510.799.8215 or at [email protected] for additional information.

Applications are completed through the City’s website at:
https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/commissions-committees

Planning Commission – Two (2) Vacancies with terms ending December 2023.
The Planning Commission meets the first and third Mondays of every month at 7 p.m. The Commission is advisory to the Council

Finance Commission – Two (2) Vacancies with terms ending December 2023.
The Finance Commission meets the bi-monthly on the third Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Commission is advisory to the Council.

Community & Library Services Commission – Two (2) Vacancies with terms ending December 2023 (1 Student Commissioner and 1 Commissioner)
The Community and Library Services Commission meets on the second Monday of every month. The Commission is advisory to the Council.
PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 28, 2021

HERCULES APPOINTS DANTE HALL AS NEW CITY MANAGER
HERCULES (July 28, 2021) - The City of Hercules today announced the hiring of Dante Hall as City Manager. Mr. Hall, who currently serves as Assistant City Manager for the City of Foster City, will take over from Steven Falk, who has been serving as the Interim City Manager. Mr. Hall’s first day in the office will be August 16th.

“I’m delighted and honored to have been chosen by the City Council to serve as the City Manager for Hercules.” Mr. Hall noted, “Hercules is an extraordinary community and I look forward to working collaboratively in support of our vision to be a premier small city focused on customer service and excellence.”

Mr. Hall is an accomplished local government professional with twenty-five years of California public sector experience. He began his career by providing constituent services in the City of Pasadena, and then moved on through a series of increasingly responsible positions in El Monte, Half Moon Bay, and Moreno Valley. Mr. Hall spent the last six years as Foster City’s Assistant City Manager, where he also stepped in and served for nine months as that City’s Interim City Manager.

Over his long career, Mr. Hall has demonstrated a track record of leadership success that will benefit Hercules. His experience is broad and deep, having served in many different roles including community development, finance, labor negotiations, public works, code enforcement, public information, and emergency services. He has specialized skills in economic development, redevelopment, affordable housing, and capital projects. He has a proven leadership record as a consensus builder, a communicator, and a problem solver.

Mayor Chris Kelley observed, “We look forward to welcoming Dante Hall to the Hercules community as our new City Manager and working with him on the many challenges ahead. His creativity and breadth of experience in finance, planning and administration will serve the City well.”

Mr. Hall holds a B.A. from Azusa Pacific University and a Master’s in Public Administration from the City University of New York. In addition, he has attained certification as a Credentialed Manager with the International City/County Management Association.

Questions or more information? Call Interim City Manager Steven Falk at 510-799-8216.

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Media Release
Contra Costa Brings Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Service to Businesses, Organizations

Monday, June 14, 2021

Businesses and community organizations in Contra Costa can now request visits from Contra Costa Health Services' (CCHS) mobile COVID-19 vaccination van to workplaces, community centers and other locations where five or more members of a group want to receive vaccine.

The free mobile vaccination service begins Monday. Any business or organization can request a mobile vaccination clinic using an online form if they are in the county and CCHS will send a mobile health van to provide free vaccinations on site within one week after completing the request.

"The state pandemic health orders that have affected businesses, public spaces and community activities for more than a year are changing on June 15 – especially for people who are fully vaccinated," said Dr. Ori Tzvieli, deputy health officer for Contra Costa County. "If you do not already have the best protection available against COVID-19, now is the time to get a vaccine. We will come to you."

Clinics operate weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will only travel to locations within the county, though they will vaccinate anyone eligible regardless of where they live. There is no cap on the number of people who can be vaccinated during a visit.

California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy sunsets on June 15, eliminating the color-tiered system of health orders that curtailed business and community activities based on the levels of COVID-19 transmission data in each county.

The state will no longer require people who are fully vaccinated to wear face coverings except in certain settings, including public transit, schools, healthcare facilities and shelters though private businesses may enact their own COVID-19 safety policies. Visit the CCHS Beyond the Blueprint page for details.

More information about coronavirus and vaccine is available at cchealth.org/coronavirus.
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