Resilient San Leandro

Resilient San Leandro Official page of the City of San Leandro Sustainability Office. Working towards a just transition, climate justice, community resilience, and a clean energy future.

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Get to know #BayRENBusiness, a new #energyefficiency program for small and medium businesses in the Bay Area. Join the w...
06/22/2021

Get to know #BayRENBusiness, a new #energyefficiency program for small and medium businesses in the Bay Area. Join the webinar on June 30 at 2pm to learn about the program's all-in-one energy solution to reduce ongoing operating costs. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8394692528764960012

Get to know #BayRENBusiness, a new #energyefficiency program for small and medium businesses in the Bay Area. Join the webinar on June 30 at 2pm to learn about the program's all-in-one energy solution to reduce ongoing operating costs. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8394692528764960012

If you need to get out of the heat, the Main Library is a cooling center. Cool down while adhering to COVID-19 precautio...
06/17/2021

If you need to get out of the heat, the Main Library is a cooling center. Cool down while adhering to COVID-19 precautions (seating located in Conference Room "B").

Bayfair Center Shopping Center is also another cooling center within San Leandro.

Remember to stay hydrated during this heat wave! More tips on heat and health here: https://www.coolingourcommunities.com/heatpocketguide

If you need to get out of the heat, the Main Library is a cooling center. Cool down while adhering to COVID-19 precautions (seating located in Conference Room "B").

Bayfair Center Shopping Center is also another cooling center within San Leandro.

Remember to stay hydrated during this heat wave! More tips on heat and health here: https://www.coolingourcommunities.com/heatpocketguide

Stay hydrated and limit physical activity outside! San Leandro may not have the highest temperature in the region, but i...
06/17/2021

Stay hydrated and limit physical activity outside! San Leandro may not have the highest temperature in the region, but it is still expected to be high of 91F today.

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Hot weather will continue to grip the region. Here's the breakdown of heat related hazards for Thursday and Friday. One change to previous forecast - SF Bay Shoreline now has a heat advisory Thursday. Temperatures near Sunnyvale 95-100° 🌡📈#cawx #CAheat

With the heat wave this week, there is a call from the California Independent Systems Operator (CAISO) for voluntary ele...
06/16/2021

With the heat wave this week, there is a call from the California Independent Systems Operator (CAISO) for voluntary electricity conservation tomorrow 6/17 from 5-10pm to help avoid capacity shortages and brownouts. This means avoiding running your big appliances like your washing machine or dryer at night. It'll save you money too because nighttime is peak pricing and electricity is more expensive then!

With the heat wave this week, there is a call from the California Independent Systems Operator (CAISO) for voluntary electricity conservation tomorrow 6/17 from 5-10pm to help avoid capacity shortages and brownouts. This means avoiding running your big appliances like your washing machine or dryer at night. It'll save you money too because nighttime is peak pricing and electricity is more expensive then!

During the dog days of summer we want to make sure our pets remain safe. Here are a few pet safety tips to ensure your p...
06/16/2021

During the dog days of summer we want to make sure our pets remain safe.

Here are a few pet safety tips to ensure your pets remain happy and healthy during hot weather.

Shade, pupsicles, and lots of water. #cawx #caheat 🐈🐕

During the dog days of summer we want to make sure our pets remain safe.

Here are a few pet safety tips to ensure your pets remain happy and healthy during hot weather.

Shade, pupsicles, and lots of water. #cawx #caheat 🐈🐕

In case you're heading out of town this coming week and weekend, be aware of the heat wave that's coming! Heat impacts w...
06/15/2021

In case you're heading out of town this coming week and weekend, be aware of the heat wave that's coming! Heat impacts will be mostly felt inland.

ICYMI:⚠The first real heat event of 2021 will impact the Bay Area Wed->Fri. Dangerous and near record-breaking heat will be possible. Heat impacts will be mainly inland. 🥵🌡

Here's a look at temperatures. For your neighborhood visit weather.gov/bayarea

#cawx #caheat

Do you have an old car from 2005 or older? Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) is giving away $7500 grants...
06/14/2021

Do you have an old car from 2005 or older? Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) is giving away $7500 grants to people who trade in their old cars for electric bikes.

E-bikes make it practical to carry heavier loads, go longer distances, and climb steep hills. They're cheaper to maintain than cars as well - the annual cost of riding an e-cargo bike is significantly less than the average *monthly* cost of driving a car. Qualifying e-bikes must be equipped with fully operable pedals and an electric motor of less than 750 watts. For more information about e-bikes contact us at [email protected].

Check out the BAAQMD eligibility details here: https://www.xtracycle.com/blog/san-francisco-bay-area-clean-vehicles-trade-in-program/

Do you have an old car from 2005 or older? Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) is giving away $7500 grants to people who trade in their old cars for electric bikes.

E-bikes make it practical to carry heavier loads, go longer distances, and climb steep hills. They're cheaper to maintain than cars as well - the annual cost of riding an e-cargo bike is significantly less than the average *monthly* cost of driving a car. Qualifying e-bikes must be equipped with fully operable pedals and an electric motor of less than 750 watts. For more information about e-bikes contact us at [email protected].

Check out the BAAQMD eligibility details here: https://www.xtracycle.com/blog/san-francisco-bay-area-clean-vehicles-trade-in-program/

You may have heard that a large portion of the Western U.S. will impacted by heat next week.  What about the Bay Area?  ...
06/11/2021

You may have heard that a large portion of the Western U.S. will impacted by heat next week. What about the Bay Area? Probability of exceeding 100° F next Thursday, June 17. Details will change, but as of now the hot temps are in the interior. #cawx #CAHeat (reposted from US National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area)

You may have heard that a large portion of the Western U.S. will impacted by heat next week. What about the Bay Area? Probability of exceeding 100° F next Thursday, June 17. Details will change, but as of now the hot temps are in the interior. #cawx #CAHeat

East Bay Green Home TourSunday June 13th, 10 - 12 pmHow are East Bay residents adapting their homes to combat climate ch...
06/09/2021

East Bay Green Home Tour
Sunday June 13th, 10 - 12 pm

How are East Bay residents adapting their homes to combat climate change, improve air quality, generate clean energy, and move towards a safer, greener future? The virtual East Bay Green Home Tour features short video tours of 12 homes, followed by live Q&As with the homeowner or tenant. Extras include an induction cooking demonstration and experts who can fill you in on heat pumps, air quality, solar storage, power outages, rebates, and more. Find the full tour schedule here:
https://www.eastbaygreenhome.com

East Bay Green Home Tour
Sunday June 13th, 10 - 12 pm

How are East Bay residents adapting their homes to combat climate change, improve air quality, generate clean energy, and move towards a safer, greener future? The virtual East Bay Green Home Tour features short video tours of 12 homes, followed by live Q&As with the homeowner or tenant. Extras include an induction cooking demonstration and experts who can fill you in on heat pumps, air quality, solar storage, power outages, rebates, and more. Find the full tour schedule here:
https://www.eastbaygreenhome.com

StopWaste.Org is inviting community members to join a special recurring workshop series in June and July on "Rediscoveri...
06/07/2021

StopWaste.Org is inviting community members to join a special recurring workshop series in June and July on "Rediscovering Place." The workshop curriculum has participants explore their relationship with place–their homes, their environments, and their community–centering storytelling, equity, and urban ecology throughout. Folks are welcome to join for any number of sessions.

Module 1: Neighborhood Orientation – Mondays at 3:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYodOusrj0pH9eEJDSprbakt6F-NuLybuGL
Explore your environment through different lenses: make a mental map of your neighborhood, embark on an environmental justice scavenger hunt, and identify who your community leaders are.

Module 2: Family Microhistories – Tuesdays at 3:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqc-iqqD4pHNIoMQgZ6FSJyJ4717SYdDpm
Connect to your history of place by: telling the story of how you arrived in the Bay, mapping the multigenerational movements of your family, and crafting a personal narrative in conversation with your cohort.

Module 3: Story of Home – Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudOGvqTwuG9wxCN_sA9Ns0BPDSmz0b7-d
Dive deeper into the layers of "home" by sharing what home means to you, investigating the history of where you live, tracking where your energy and water come from, and mapping the supply chain of an item in your home.

Module 4: Envisioning the Future – Fridays at 12:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYocu-pqzooGdHnVXRRgY9W5-spMAMhopI2
Explore and dissect stories of utopian and dystopian futures and write your own visionary fiction as a way to envision the possible futures for your community. This might feel like sci-fi, but we do this as a society constantly in community–especially in the environmental justice space.

StopWaste.Org is inviting community members to join a special recurring workshop series in June and July on "Rediscovering Place." The workshop curriculum has participants explore their relationship with place–their homes, their environments, and their community–centering storytelling, equity, and urban ecology throughout. Folks are welcome to join for any number of sessions.

Module 1: Neighborhood Orientation – Mondays at 3:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYodOusrj0pH9eEJDSprbakt6F-NuLybuGL
Explore your environment through different lenses: make a mental map of your neighborhood, embark on an environmental justice scavenger hunt, and identify who your community leaders are.

Module 2: Family Microhistories – Tuesdays at 3:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqc-iqqD4pHNIoMQgZ6FSJyJ4717SYdDpm
Connect to your history of place by: telling the story of how you arrived in the Bay, mapping the multigenerational movements of your family, and crafting a personal narrative in conversation with your cohort.

Module 3: Story of Home – Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudOGvqTwuG9wxCN_sA9Ns0BPDSmz0b7-d
Dive deeper into the layers of "home" by sharing what home means to you, investigating the history of where you live, tracking where your energy and water come from, and mapping the supply chain of an item in your home.

Module 4: Envisioning the Future – Fridays at 12:00 p.m. Register: https://stopwaste.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYocu-pqzooGdHnVXRRgY9W5-spMAMhopI2
Explore and dissect stories of utopian and dystopian futures and write your own visionary fiction as a way to envision the possible futures for your community. This might feel like sci-fi, but we do this as a society constantly in community–especially in the environmental justice space.

Funded by an EPA environmental justice grant, Sequoia Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on public health, pa...
06/03/2021

Funded by an EPA environmental justice grant, Sequoia Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on public health, partnered with the SLUSD to develop curricula for two English Language Development classes at San Leandro High School. Students listened to a wide range of speakers from the California Department of Public health — experts in biomonitoring, toxicology, epidemiology, environmental justice, and health education — and studied issues related to exposure to mercury and PCBs from eating contaminated SF Bay fish. They participated in hands-on activities, including developing public health messages and creating outreach pieces to inform their community of the health concerns associated with eating fish caught in the Bay. Students learned how people are exposed to harmful substances in the environment and how to reduce exposures to chemicals in SF Bay fish. Teachers Lisa Wong and Jordan Rodriguez participated in the project, and SLUSD Instruction Coach Gaia Pine helped develop curricula, coordinated activities, and served as a liaison between Sequoia Foundation and SLHS staff. To learn more, please visit: https://sites.google.com/slusd.us/fishtoxicitysfbay/home

Funded by an EPA environmental justice grant, Sequoia Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on public health, partnered with the SLUSD to develop curricula for two English Language Development classes at San Leandro High School. Students listened to a wide range of speakers from the California Department of Public health — experts in biomonitoring, toxicology, epidemiology, environmental justice, and health education — and studied issues related to exposure to mercury and PCBs from eating contaminated SF Bay fish. They participated in hands-on activities, including developing public health messages and creating outreach pieces to inform their community of the health concerns associated with eating fish caught in the Bay. Students learned how people are exposed to harmful substances in the environment and how to reduce exposures to chemicals in SF Bay fish. Teachers Lisa Wong and Jordan Rodriguez participated in the project, and SLUSD Instruction Coach Gaia Pine helped develop curricula, coordinated activities, and served as a liaison between Sequoia Foundation and SLHS staff. To learn more, please visit: https://sites.google.com/slusd.us/fishtoxicitysfbay/home

Summer is coming and this means we need to get ready for the annual season of extreme heat days, warm nights, wildfires,...
06/01/2021

Summer is coming and this means we need to get ready for the annual season of extreme heat days, warm nights, wildfires, smoke, and power shutoffs. These are all climate change events that are happening now! The City of San Leandro wants to understand how you are getting your information and how we can help you during these times. Please take our short survey now! English: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/3/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwwjbGvbAAJ-RfI-m_V3ENNts2IqnkpVqMzXcvijdjCg1SHQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Se acerca el verano y esto significa que debemos prepararnos para la temporada anual de días de calor extremo, noches cálidas, incendios forestales, humo y cortes de energía. ¡Todos estos son eventos de cambio climático que están sucediendo ahora! La Ciudad de San Leandro quiere entender cómo obtiene su información y cómo podemos ayudarlo durante estos momentos. ¡Responda nuestra breve encuesta ahora! Spanish: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdQGuaMawRKLMQyuJAzUOeJKB01z8AOcFZOsxyypSx0zh2gKw/viewform

夏天快要来了,也就是说我们需要准备好应对各种可能出现的特殊状况,包括日间和夜间极端炎热天气,山火,山火引致的烟雾,和电力供应中断等。上述情况是气候暖化引致的问题,并且在持续发生。下面是一项圣利安祖市永续发展办公室提供的一个简单调查,以便了解大家获取资讯的方式,并找出市府可以在什么地方协助大家更有效的应对各种因气候暖化引起的状况。希望大家抽时间填写有关问卷。谢谢大家!Chinese: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWJVDjHz2_xwJy6h2Ooh9RvwCA4j57ej9D4yjw9CDeiAhPhw/viewform

Summer is coming and this means we need to get ready for the annual season of extreme heat days, warm nights, wildfires, smoke, and power shutoffs. These are all climate change events that are happening now! The City of San Leandro wants to understand how you are getting your information and how we can help you during these times. Please take our short survey now! English: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/3/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwwjbGvbAAJ-RfI-m_V3ENNts2IqnkpVqMzXcvijdjCg1SHQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Se acerca el verano y esto significa que debemos prepararnos para la temporada anual de días de calor extremo, noches cálidas, incendios forestales, humo y cortes de energía. ¡Todos estos son eventos de cambio climático que están sucediendo ahora! La Ciudad de San Leandro quiere entender cómo obtiene su información y cómo podemos ayudarlo durante estos momentos. ¡Responda nuestra breve encuesta ahora! Spanish: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdQGuaMawRKLMQyuJAzUOeJKB01z8AOcFZOsxyypSx0zh2gKw/viewform

夏天快要来了,也就是说我们需要准备好应对各种可能出现的特殊状况,包括日间和夜间极端炎热天气,山火,山火引致的烟雾,和电力供应中断等。上述情况是气候暖化引致的问题,并且在持续发生。下面是一项圣利安祖市永续发展办公室提供的一个简单调查,以便了解大家获取资讯的方式,并找出市府可以在什么地方协助大家更有效的应对各种因气候暖化引起的状况。希望大家抽时间填写有关问卷。谢谢大家!Chinese: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWJVDjHz2_xwJy6h2Ooh9RvwCA4j57ej9D4yjw9CDeiAhPhw/viewform

June 5 10:30am-12pm and 12:30-2pm Bancroft Creek Garden Clean Up DayJune 5 is World Environment Day! Join Bancroft Middl...
05/24/2021

June 5 10:30am-12pm and 12:30-2pm Bancroft Creek Garden Clean Up Day

June 5 is World Environment Day! Join Bancroft Middle School, StopWaste, City of San Leandro, Brower Dellums Institute for Sustainable Design Studies, and Friends of San Leandro Creek for a socially distant work day at the Bancroft Middle School’s creek garden site. We will clear some of the ivy overgrowth and pick up litter in the area. Bins and litter pickup kits will be available. There will be a COVID temperature screener on site. Please RSVP at Eventbrite for one of the shifts (morning or afternoon) - capacity will be limited by social distancing guidelines by San Leandro Unified School District. Participants will need to fill out an additional volunteer form from the City of San Leandro. No bathrooms will be available on site.

Register for a workday shift here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bancroft-creek-garden-clean-up-day-tickets-154740636409

June 5 10:30am-12pm and 12:30-2pm Bancroft Creek Garden Clean Up Day

June 5 is World Environment Day! Join Bancroft Middle School, StopWaste, City of San Leandro, Brower Dellums Institute for Sustainable Design Studies, and Friends of San Leandro Creek for a socially distant work day at the Bancroft Middle School’s creek garden site. We will clear some of the ivy overgrowth and pick up litter in the area. Bins and litter pickup kits will be available. There will be a COVID temperature screener on site. Please RSVP at Eventbrite for one of the shifts (morning or afternoon) - capacity will be limited by social distancing guidelines by San Leandro Unified School District. Participants will need to fill out an additional volunteer form from the City of San Leandro. No bathrooms will be available on site.

Register for a workday shift here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bancroft-creek-garden-clean-up-day-tickets-154740636409

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