Mayor Pauline Cutter

Mayor Pauline Cutter Safe neighborhoods, strong schools and a vibrant quality of life for all San Leandrans are my top priorities. Together, let's move San Leandro forward!

Alameda County Is a Yellow Tier CountyPermitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint for a...
06/08/2021

Alameda County Is a Yellow Tier County

Permitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Employers should follow Cal/OSHA’s standards; Alameda County plans to align with the State’s Beyond the Blueprint Framework, effective June 15th.

Press Release:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/press-release-2021.06.08.pdf

Alameda County Is a Yellow Tier County

Permitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Employers should follow Cal/OSHA’s standards; Alameda County plans to align with the State’s Beyond the Blueprint Framework, effective June 15th.

Press Release:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/press-release-2021.06.08.pdf

Consider virtually attending the "New-Age Infrastructure: Barriers to Child Care & Digital Development" webinar (June 8)...
06/04/2021

Consider virtually attending the "New-Age Infrastructure: Barriers to Child Care & Digital Development" webinar (June 8) hosted by City Innovate (STIR Labs). City of San Leandro Information Technology staff will participate in the panel discussion. Link: https://stir-labs-summit-2021.webflow.io/#calendar-f32efa2d-1085-44ee-9b6d-54fddb86651b

Consider virtually attending the "New-Age Infrastructure: Barriers to Child Care & Digital Development" webinar (June 8) hosted by City Innovate (STIR Labs). City of San Leandro Information Technology staff will participate in the panel discussion. Link: https://stir-labs-summit-2021.webflow.io/#calendar-f32efa2d-1085-44ee-9b6d-54fddb86651b

Arts Commission Meeting - Wednesday, May 26th @ 6:30 p.m. The City of San Leandro is in the process of creating a new Ci...
05/25/2021

Arts Commission Meeting - Wednesday, May 26th @ 6:30 p.m.

The City of San Leandro is in the process of creating a new City of San Leandro website. Tripepi Smith, the City's consultant firm for the color theme and web graphic image project, will present potential color themes for the new website. The consultant will seek the Arts Commission and the public's feedback on the various color themes presented at the meeting.

Draft Color Themes for new City website
https://civicaadmin.sanleandro.org/.../blobdload.aspx...

Meeting Agenda with Zoom Meeting Link
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Arts Commission Meeting - Wednesday, May 26th @ 6:30 p.m.

The City of San Leandro is in the process of creating a new City of San Leandro website. Tripepi Smith, the City's consultant firm for the color theme and web graphic image project, will present potential color themes for the new website. The consultant will seek the Arts Commission and the public's feedback on the various color themes presented at the meeting.

Draft Color Themes for new City website
https://civicaadmin.sanleandro.org/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=32952

Meeting Agenda with Zoom Meeting Link
https://sanleandro.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=859724&GUID=472E14DF-94BA-483E-9313-6A389D3741F4&Options=info|&Search=

Friday is Bike to Wherever Day! It’s the Bay Area’s biggest day for bicycling, and this year Bike East Bay is bringing y...
05/17/2021

Friday is Bike to Wherever Day! It’s the Bay Area’s biggest day for bicycling, and this year Bike East Bay is bringing you safe, socially distanced fun. Pledge to ride to get all the details in your inbox and find your nearest energizer station!
https://bikeeastbay.org/find-your-energizer-station-bike-wherever-day-2021

Friday is Bike to Wherever Day! It’s the Bay Area’s biggest day for bicycling, and this year Bike East Bay is bringing you safe, socially distanced fun. Pledge to ride to get all the details in your inbox and find your nearest energizer station!
https://bikeeastbay.org/find-your-energizer-station-bike-wherever-day-2021

Updates from City Manager Fran Robustelli - Link: https://conta.cc/2RoPKWh
05/05/2021
City Manager's Monthly Update

Updates from City Manager Fran Robustelli - Link: https://conta.cc/2RoPKWh

City News and Updates May 3, 2021 San Leandro City Council, Residents, and City Employees Greetings on the first Monday of May! I hope you have enjoyed San Leandro's springtime. In early April, Govern

FYI: Starting next spring (2022), Caltrans intends to rehabilitate pavement and upgrade curb ramps to American with Disa...
05/04/2021

FYI: Starting next spring (2022), Caltrans intends to rehabilitate pavement and upgrade curb ramps to American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards on Davis Street and E. 14th Street.

FYI: Starting next spring (2022), Caltrans intends to rehabilitate pavement and upgrade curb ramps to American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards on Davis Street and E. 14th Street.

The City Council hired Fran Robustelli as our next City Manager. I am pleased with our choice as Fran has proven herself...
05/04/2021

The City Council hired Fran Robustelli as our next City Manager. I am pleased with our choice as Fran has proven herself during the last four months as our interim City Manager. #FirstWomanPermanentCityManager

City Manager Appointed

During the May 3rd City Council meeting, the Council voted to approve the contract of Ms. Fran Robustelli, who will serve as the City Manager beginning Tuesday, May 4th. This permanent selection follows her service as Interim City Manager since December 2020.

For the past 25 years, Ms. Robustelli has served in executive roles with special districts and city governments. With previous specialization in human resources, Ms. Robustelli is also skilled in a wide range of other City service areas, including economic development, budget & risk management, and emergency services.

“Ms. Robustelli took charge of the City Manager position amid the coronavirus pandemic, calls for police reform, budget shortfalls, and City Council leadership changes,” stated Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter. “I’m thrilled that we hired someone who is so well prepared to be our City Manager. This selection also highlights the City’s diversity goals as Fran is the first female permanent city manager in our community’s history.”

In response to her appointment, Ms. Robustelli, stated “The previous months in San Leandro have been one of the busiest times in my public sector career. However, I'm thankful to be entrusted with this permanent role so that I can continue to support Mayor Cutter and the City Council in the various projects and challenges they will address in 2021 and into the future.”

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Below is the fact sheet on the Caltrans construction project at the Highway 880 Southbound off-ramp ...
05/01/2021

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Below is the fact sheet on the Caltrans construction project at the Highway 880 Southbound off-ramp at Washington Ave.

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Below is the fact sheet on the Caltrans construction project at the Highway 880 Southbound off-ramp at Washington Ave.

In preparation for wildfire season, PG&E will conduct pre-inspection helicopter flights in parts of Alameda and Contra C...
04/30/2021

In preparation for wildfire season, PG&E will conduct pre-inspection helicopter flights in parts of Alameda and Contra Costa County this Saturday, May 1st, between 8 a.m. and noon. The helicopters will fly low at approximately 100 feet. The following inspection areas may potentially affect San Leandro residents:

3-mile radius around the Juvenile Justice Center (2500 Fairmont Drive)
Area east of I-580 to Lake Chabot, and north to Skyline Boulevard

In preparation for wildfire season, PG&E will conduct pre-inspection helicopter flights in parts of Alameda and Contra Costa County this Saturday, May 1st, between 8 a.m. and noon. The helicopters will fly low at approximately 100 feet. The following inspection areas may potentially affect San Leandro residents:

3-mile radius around the Juvenile Justice Center (2500 Fairmont Drive)
Area east of I-580 to Lake Chabot, and north to Skyline Boulevard

San Leandro Public Library is excited to announce the limited reopening of the Main Library starting Wednesday, May 19th...
04/27/2021

San Leandro Public Library is excited to announce the limited reopening of the Main Library starting Wednesday, May 19th. Library staff is working hard to get the Main Library ready to welcome you back for in-person services, including computer use, printing, and collection browsing. For updates, please check the Library's social media pages and website, www.sanleandrolibrary.org.

San Leandro Public Library is excited to announce the limited reopening of the Main Library starting Wednesday, May 19th. Library staff is working hard to get the Main Library ready to welcome you back for in-person services, including computer use, printing, and collection browsing. For updates, please check the Library's social media pages and website, www.sanleandrolibrary.org.

The City Council is considering proposed projects as part of the FY 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Action Plan to be fund...
04/26/2021

The City Council is considering proposed projects as part of the FY 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Action Plan to be funded with Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds. The meeting is Monday, May 3rd at 7:00 P.M. Details: https://civicaadmin.sanleandro.org/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=32797

The City Council is considering proposed projects as part of the FY 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Action Plan to be funded with Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds. The meeting is Monday, May 3rd at 7:00 P.M. Details: https://civicaadmin.sanleandro.org/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=32797

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency Agency Statement on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
04/24/2021

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency Agency Statement on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

#AlamedaCounty concurs with ACIP’s findings that the benefits of the #JohnsonandJohnson vaccine far outweigh the risks and that we can continue to administer this life-saving vaccine safely to residents.

We will plan to resume the use of our existing supply as quickly as possible. We recognize that rebuilding confidence in the vaccine may require additional time and education.

Full statement here:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/press-release-2021.04.23.pdf

Mark your calendars and join AC Transit for their upcoming Transit Talk in San Leandro.
04/24/2021

Mark your calendars and join AC Transit for their upcoming Transit Talk in San Leandro.

Join Assessor Phong La and members of the community to learn about:- Programs that lower property taxes- How to keep the...
04/21/2021

Join Assessor Phong La and members of the community to learn about:

- Programs that lower property taxes
- How to keep the family home without being reassessed
- Resources for first-time homebuyers
- Loans available to you for home updates

Link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_p_84VTh6RU-pHuxt2rZ7ow

Join Assessor Phong La and members of the community to learn about:

- Programs that lower property taxes
- How to keep the family home without being reassessed
- Resources for first-time homebuyers
- Loans available to you for home updates

Link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_p_84VTh6RU-pHuxt2rZ7ow

Celebrate Earth Month with Us! More info at StopWaste.org/Earth-Day
04/21/2021

Celebrate Earth Month with Us!
More info at StopWaste.org/Earth-Day

Celebrate Earth Month with Us!
More info at StopWaste.org/Earth-Day

Following the guilty verdicts on the three charges in the murder trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvi...
04/20/2021

Following the guilty verdicts on the three charges in the murder trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, my mind is focused on the family of George Floyd, his friends, and his community after a long and painful year of sorrow. The district attorney’s office presented their case, and the jury came to prompt and reasonable conclusions. Though we saw justice articulated in the courtroom today, true justice would have been Derek Chauvin showing humanity toward Mr. Floyd on May 25, 2020. True justice would have afforded Mr. Floyd the right to live peacefully in his community for years to come. I continue to support the San Leandro Police Department, knowing that I also support police reform to ensure they are in true service to the community. Let this moment in time be the turning point we can mark as the day we moved forward, making real change. Tonight, let us reflect on the years of injustices our neighbors of color have endured and commit to doing all we can to ensure a just and equitable community.

Following the guilty verdicts on the three charges in the murder trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, my mind is focused on the family of George Floyd, his friends, and his community after a long and painful year of sorrow. The district attorney’s office presented their case, and the jury came to prompt and reasonable conclusions. Though we saw justice articulated in the courtroom today, true justice would have been Derek Chauvin showing humanity toward Mr. Floyd on May 25, 2020. True justice would have afforded Mr. Floyd the right to live peacefully in his community for years to come. I continue to support the San Leandro Police Department, knowing that I also support police reform to ensure they are in true service to the community. Let this moment in time be the turning point we can mark as the day we moved forward, making real change. Tonight, let us reflect on the years of injustices our neighbors of color have endured and commit to doing all we can to ensure a just and equitable community.

On April 28th @ 9 a.m., the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and Hispanics in Energy (HIE) will hold an inn...
04/20/2021

On April 28th @ 9 a.m., the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and Hispanics in Energy (HIE) will hold an innovative virtual summit to explore key partnerships and pathways for minority students to succeed in energy-focused Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.
Details:https://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M376/K928/376928134.PDF

On April 28th @ 9 a.m., the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and Hispanics in Energy (HIE) will hold an innovative virtual summit to explore key partnerships and pathways for minority students to succeed in energy-focused Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.
Details:https://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/PublishedDocs/Published/G000/M376/K928/376928134.PDF

San Leandro-based PilotCity is inviting students from San Leandro, San Lorenzo and the unincorporated area to join the P...
04/19/2021
PilotCity Launches Flagship Internship Program for Local High School Students | San Leandro Next

San Leandro-based PilotCity is inviting students from San Leandro, San Lorenzo and the unincorporated area to join the PilotCity flagship program to build a project of their choice for employers for an opportunity to win internships, jobs, fellowships and entrepreneurial positions to gain work experience.

https://sanleandronext.com/pilotcity-launches-flagship-internship-program-for-local-high-school-students/

San Leandro-based PilotCity is inviting students from San Leandro, San Lorenzo and the unincorporated area to join the PilotCity flagship program to build a project of their choice for employers for an opportunity to win internships, jobs, fellowships and entrepreneurial positions to gain work exper...

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San Leandro Hosting Free Holiday Lights Recycling Event San Leandro, CA: The City of San Leandro announced that its third annual free holiday lights recycling program will be available through January 12, 2018. Holiday lights in working or non-working condition may be dropped off Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Public Works Service Center, located at 14200 Chapman Road. The event is open to San Leandro residents only. It can take up to 1,000 years for holiday lights to breakdown in a conventional landfill. Recycling holiday lights conserves natural resources because oil is needed to make plastic. The lights are separated for their metal and plastic and then given new life as new products. Recycling non-working holiday lights is also a great opportunity to make the switch to LED lights, which last longer, and are more energy efficient and durable. Residents are encouraged to bring in their working and/or non-working light strands of all lengths and colors. Collection bins will be located in the lobby of the Public Works Service Center. Lights should be free of all bags, binding and packaging. Extension cords, Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), pre-lit trees, wreaths and garland will not be accepted. For more information, please call the City of San Leandro Recycling Hotline at (510) 577-6026.

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Per Public Records Act Gov. Code § 6250 et seq To her staff- This Social Media Account is subject to PRA. Please do not remove my post..... as I am feeling censured on an official social media page. So I am posting again. ", Pauline Cutter- As we enter into another stay at home order, with many of our family members dead or debilitated from a virus as well as rampant food insecurity and an inability to pay for Monthly expenses, please ask your team to consider different postings as it continues to make you appear tone deaf to a run away pandemic which is critically affecting the health and economic stability for those who call San Leandro home . This is a time for leadership messages from our Mayor on survival. As a hint ... “ we will get thru this together” always presents well."
Pauline Cutter- As we enter into another stay at home order, with many of our family members dead or debilitated from a virus as well as rampant food insecurity and an inability to pay for Monthly expenses, please ask your team to consider different postings as it continues to make you appear tone deaf to a run away pandemic which is critically affecting the health and economic stability for those who call San Leandro home . This is a time for leadership messages from our Mayor on survival. As a hint ... “ we will get thru this together” always presents well.
Good morning, Mayor Cutter! Kudos on your continued strong leadership of San Leandro. It's 2020~time for a clearer vision. John Lewis charged us to "Wake Up America!" We hope you like our video attempt to dramatize this aspect of our shared American history, and hope the citizens of San Leandro will choose to share it among themselves. Much love, Antonio di Napoli :) https://youtu.be/DAAfLLMC4Nc.
Please do something about the looting, rioting, and violence!!!! You are the Mayor. Get the police to stop the looting, rioting, and the violence!!! You are the Mayor of San Leandro. Work for San Leandro. Stop the violence. Stop the looting. You are in charge of the police department, the fire department, emergency services. Do something.
As a Senior Citizen on a limited income I have some questions for you since I did vote for you based on your great value for the Residents of San Leandro. Following the Acts of kindness from the actions taken from Mayor Libby Schaaf of Oakland are you taking helpful steps towards ensuring that no resident of San Leandro gets evicted from their homes due to having no income to pay the rent due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Also, do you have a multi million dollar crises fund set out to help small businesses that have had to shut down or have no income due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Please advise all of us in San Leandro what steps and action you are proceeding with since City Hall in San Leandro, CA. Is closed. We all look forward to hearing from you ASAP!!!
Can you explain to how during a Shelter in Place Pandemic; Safeway on Washington can unilaterally decide it is a good idea to restrict food purchases to one item per “category”!?! We are supposed to limit how much we go out but I can’t buy two packs of tortillas or two bags of chicken? It is not as bad for me as a single person but if you have a large family!?!
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Stan's Restaurant is closing next week. For those of you who know them, stop by to bid them farewell on their retirement. Another wonderful San Leandro icon coming to a close.
This young lady is now a 5th grader who is reading at high school levels...that’s thanks to an amazing start from Pauline Cutter who not only taught her to read but gave her a passion for overall education... and as a co-op parent, I too learned so much from teacher Pauline. San Leandro will be lucky to continue to have her!!
Ask her why she referrs to Mission Bay as a "trailer park" not only is this politically incorrect - it shows her ignorance!
Thank you Mayor Cutter for stopping by at the Bike To Work Day SL BART energizer Station this morning!
We need a program like this in San Leandro. Too many lots have been sitting vacant, some for decades.