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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...

CivicSpark Fellowship Opportunity - Deadline: April 30thAre you passionate about tackling the biggest climate challenges...
04/18/2021

CivicSpark Fellowship Opportunity - Deadline: April 30th

Are you passionate about tackling the biggest climate challenges facing communities today while launching your social purpose career?

CivicSpark and the Climate Action Corps are looking for early professionals eager to tackle the climate crisis and build community resilience to join the 21-22 Fellow service year cohort! The City of San Leandro's Sustainability Office will be hosting a CivicSpark fellow for 21-22 - apply now for this opportunity to work in San Leandro!

Application Link: https://civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/fellow/

Don’t miss your chance to join this statewide force of emerging leaders mobilizing communities and driving equity and resilience across California!

Both of the Local Government Commission’s national service programs offer a unique opportunity for emerging professionals passionate about environmental and community resilience to build experience in the sector. From September 2021 to August 2022, over 140 Fellows will bring energy, commitment, and drive to support communities across California tackle their environmental and community resilience issues while gaining professional experience!

CivicSpark Fellows focus on projects that support local government capacity through planning and policy support to address community resilience issues such as:

Sustainable transportation
Energy efficiency
Climate action planning
Water conservation & drought response
Equity and affordable housing

Climate Action Corps Fellows focus on projects engaging communities with direct climate action such as:

Urban tree planting initiatives to lower home energy bills in low-income communities

Edible food rescue programs that address the state’s food insecurity crisis
Wildfire prevention and mitigation through education and direct action
Find a detailed list of current and past projects on the Our Projects page. Fellows get exceptional real-world project management and community engagement experience serving alongside organizations and regional leaders, including:

Outcome-driven project implementation experience
Mentorship and project level support
Training on project-related tools and techniques
Statewide networking with local, regional, and state leaders

Deadline is April 30.

For more information, please visit: civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/fellow/
Questions? Email [email protected]

CivicSpark Fellowship Opportunity - Deadline: April 30th

Are you passionate about tackling the biggest climate challenges facing communities today while launching your social purpose career?

CivicSpark and the Climate Action Corps are looking for early professionals eager to tackle the climate crisis and build community resilience to join the 21-22 Fellow service year cohort! The City of San Leandro's Sustainability Office will be hosting a CivicSpark fellow for 21-22 - apply now for this opportunity to work in San Leandro!

Application Link: https://civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/fellow/

Don’t miss your chance to join this statewide force of emerging leaders mobilizing communities and driving equity and resilience across California!

Both of the Local Government Commission’s national service programs offer a unique opportunity for emerging professionals passionate about environmental and community resilience to build experience in the sector. From September 2021 to August 2022, over 140 Fellows will bring energy, commitment, and drive to support communities across California tackle their environmental and community resilience issues while gaining professional experience!

CivicSpark Fellows focus on projects that support local government capacity through planning and policy support to address community resilience issues such as:

Sustainable transportation
Energy efficiency
Climate action planning
Water conservation & drought response
Equity and affordable housing

Climate Action Corps Fellows focus on projects engaging communities with direct climate action such as:

Urban tree planting initiatives to lower home energy bills in low-income communities

Edible food rescue programs that address the state’s food insecurity crisis
Wildfire prevention and mitigation through education and direct action
Find a detailed list of current and past projects on the Our Projects page. Fellows get exceptional real-world project management and community engagement experience serving alongside organizations and regional leaders, including:

Outcome-driven project implementation experience
Mentorship and project level support
Training on project-related tools and techniques
Statewide networking with local, regional, and state leaders

Deadline is April 30.

For more information, please visit: civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/fellow/
Questions? Email [email protected]

City Releases Findings of Independent Investigation into Officer-Involved Shooting (April 18, 2020 Fatal Shooting of San...
04/16/2021
Press Release

City Releases Findings of Independent Investigation into Officer-Involved Shooting
(April 18, 2020 Fatal Shooting of San Leandro Resident Steven Taylor)
Press Release: https://www.sanleandro.org/civica/press/display.asp?layout=1&Entry=1138

San Leandro, CA - The City of San Leandro is releasing the Administrative Investigation Report conducted by OIR Group into the April 18, 2020 officer-involved shooting that took place at a Walmart on Hesperian Boulevard.  During the incident, two San Leandro Police officers responded to reports of ...

Timeline Photos
04/13/2021

Timeline Photos

Oakland Coliseum Site Continues to Provide Safe, Effective COVID-19 Vaccine

Full statement here:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/joint-statement-2021.04.13.pdf

Eligibility update! Appointments are now open to ALL residents 16+ in Alameda County.Please Note: Alameda County Will Pa...
04/13/2021

Eligibility update! Appointments are now open to ALL residents 16+ in Alameda County.

Please Note: Alameda County Will Pause Administration of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Per State, Federal Recommendations

Sign Up: https://myturn.ca.gov

Eligibility update! Appointments are now open to ALL residents 16+ in Alameda County. Pfizer is approved for ages 16+ and J&J and Moderna for 18+. Hope to see you for a vaccine appointment soon! #VaccinateAll58 https://myturn.ca.gov

Are you interested in uncovering housing discrimination? Check out this paid opportunity.
04/13/2021

Are you interested in uncovering housing discrimination? Check out this paid opportunity.

Are you interested in uncovering housing discrimination? Check out this paid opportunity.

The pandemic is not over. COVID-19 is in our community and just 30% of Alameda County is fully vaccinated. While we buil...
04/12/2021

The pandemic is not over. COVID-19 is in our community and just 30% of Alameda County is fully vaccinated. While we build community immunity, we must continue COVID-19 precautions that protects us from severe illness, hospitalization, and death.

The pandemic is not over. COVID-19 is in our community and just 30% of Alameda County is fully vaccinated. While we build community immunity, we must continue COVID-19 precautions that protects us from severe illness, hospitalization, and death.

Support the City of San Leandro Youth Advisory Commission!
04/05/2021

Support the City of San Leandro Youth Advisory Commission!

Support the City of San Leandro Youth Advisory Commission!

Caltrans has scheduled a full overnight closure of the State Route 61 Webster Tube on April 7, 2021. The Webster and Pos...
04/05/2021

Caltrans has scheduled a full overnight closure of the State Route 61 Webster Tube on April 7, 2021. The Webster and Posey tubes connect the cities of Alameda and Oakland.

The Webster Tube will be closed April 7, with the closure beginning at 10 p.m. and lasting until 5 a.m. the following morning. The Posey Tube will remain open.

The purpose of the closures is to accommodate routine maintenance work. Work will be postponed if it rains.

Please drive with caution. Slow for the Cone Zone and Be Work Zone Alert. Caltrans thanks motorists for their patience while we work to maintain our state’s highways, bridges, and tunnels.

For 24/7 traffic updates, follow 511.org: https://twitter.com/511SFBAY . For real-time traffic, click on Caltrans QuickMap: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

Caltrans has scheduled a full overnight closure of the State Route 61 Webster Tube on April 7, 2021. The Webster and Posey tubes connect the cities of Alameda and Oakland.

The Webster Tube will be closed April 7, with the closure beginning at 10 p.m. and lasting until 5 a.m. the following morning. The Posey Tube will remain open.

The purpose of the closures is to accommodate routine maintenance work. Work will be postponed if it rains.

Please drive with caution. Slow for the Cone Zone and Be Work Zone Alert. Caltrans thanks motorists for their patience while we work to maintain our state’s highways, bridges, and tunnels.

For 24/7 traffic updates, follow 511.org: https://twitter.com/511SFBAY . For real-time traffic, click on Caltrans QuickMap: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

Message from BART - Project Update - San Leandro Station/Bayfair StationDear BART Neighbor, BART is working to make crit...
04/02/2021

Message from BART - Project Update - San Leandro Station/Bayfair Station

Dear BART Neighbor,

BART is working to make critical system improvements as we continue to experience lower ridership and reduced hours of operation. This gives us the ability to do additional work on vital track and infrastructure projects in the off hours to enhance system reliability. In January, we began work on two important projects in your area, the 34.5kV Power Cable Replacement and A-Line Fall Protection. Replacing cables will help to ensure trains have a reliable source of power. The A-Line Fall Protection work consists of the installation of wire rope for guardrails as a permanent fall protection system on the BART aerial structures. This critical work will replace nearly 50-year old track infrastructure and is made possible by utilizing voter-authorized, Measure RR funds.

Both projects began near the San Leandro BART Station and moved south toward the Bay Fair station. As the projects continue, the work will continue to move north toward the Oakland stations starting in mid-April 2021. Most of the work for A-Line Fall Protection will be during the night, while most of the work for 34.5kV Power Cable Replacement will occur during the day. The work will continue over the next year and a half.

Neighbors can expect lights at night, and the operation of construction equipment during this maintenance period. Once complete BART passengers should experience a smoother, safer, and more reliable system. For updates additional updates on BART projects please check the website at www.bart.gov/about/projects. If you have any other questions about the project, you may contact Aisha Brown (510) 874-7428 or email her at [email protected].

If you need language assistance services, please call BART’s Transit Information Center at (510) 465-2278.

Message from BART - Project Update - San Leandro Station/Bayfair Station

Dear BART Neighbor,

BART is working to make critical system improvements as we continue to experience lower ridership and reduced hours of operation. This gives us the ability to do additional work on vital track and infrastructure projects in the off hours to enhance system reliability. In January, we began work on two important projects in your area, the 34.5kV Power Cable Replacement and A-Line Fall Protection. Replacing cables will help to ensure trains have a reliable source of power. The A-Line Fall Protection work consists of the installation of wire rope for guardrails as a permanent fall protection system on the BART aerial structures. This critical work will replace nearly 50-year old track infrastructure and is made possible by utilizing voter-authorized, Measure RR funds.

Both projects began near the San Leandro BART Station and moved south toward the Bay Fair station. As the projects continue, the work will continue to move north toward the Oakland stations starting in mid-April 2021. Most of the work for A-Line Fall Protection will be during the night, while most of the work for 34.5kV Power Cable Replacement will occur during the day. The work will continue over the next year and a half.

Neighbors can expect lights at night, and the operation of construction equipment during this maintenance period. Once complete BART passengers should experience a smoother, safer, and more reliable system. For updates additional updates on BART projects please check the website at www.bart.gov/about/projects. If you have any other questions about the project, you may contact Aisha Brown (510) 874-7428 or email her at [email protected].

If you need language assistance services, please call BART’s Transit Information Center at (510) 465-2278.

Monthly Update from Fran Robustelli, Interim City Manager https://conta.cc/3moc665
04/01/2021
City Manager's Monthly Update

Monthly Update from Fran Robustelli, Interim City Manager
https://conta.cc/3moc665

New Look Newsletter APRIL 1, 2021 San Leandro City Council, Residents, and City Employees Greetings on April Fool's Day! I have re-started my newsletter, which will come to you at the beginning of eac

Caltrans Traffic Advisory: Southbound I-880 Overnight Lane Closures at Fremont-Union City Border For Bridge Deck Replace...
04/01/2021

Caltrans Traffic Advisory: Southbound I-880 Overnight Lane Closures at Fremont-Union City Border For Bridge Deck Replacement Early April – Mid-May 2021

The City of San Leandro will host two summer day camp programs. COVID-19 safety guidelines and procedures will be admini...
03/31/2021

The City of San Leandro will host two summer day camp programs. COVID-19 safety guidelines and procedures will be administered during camp to maintain proper safety protocols.

Chabot Day Camp serves youth entering grades K-9 in addition to Counselor-in-Training and Junior Counselor programs for those entering grades 10-12. Daily activities include enriching games and activities designed with each child's health and safety in mind. Camp daily hours are 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. with an extended care option from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Lunch is included daily. Chabot Day Camp is from June 14 through August 6.

Camp Hooty Hoo will be hosted at Bonaire Park this summer, serving youth entering grades K-12. Daily activities will provoke amusement and excitement as campers enjoy the outdoor environment, play sports and games, create art, and so much more. Camp daily hours are 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Lunch is included daily. Camp Hooty Hoo is from June 21 through August 6.

Space is limited, and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration will open on Thursday, April 1, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. for San Leandro residents and on Thursday, April 8, 2021, for non-residents. Please register at SanLeandroRec.org. RecLINK scholarships are available for San Leandro residents.

#AlamedaCounty is an Orange Tier County. Permitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint fo...
03/30/2021

#AlamedaCounty is an Orange Tier County. Permitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/
Full statement here:https://covid-19.acgov.org/.../press-release-2021.03.30.pdf

#AlamedaCounty is an Orange Tier County. Permitted activities and restrictions are aligned with the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/

Full statement here:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/press-release-2021.03.30.pdf

City of San Leandro Announces City Manager FinalistsThe San Leandro City Council has narrowed the search for the next Ci...
03/30/2021

City of San Leandro Announces City Manager Finalists

The San Leandro City Council has narrowed the search for the next City Manager to three exceptionally qualified candidates.

On Saturday, April 3, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., the City will hold a virtual Town Hall meeting with the three City Manager finalists. CPS HR Consulting, the City’s executive recruiting consultants, will facilitate the town hall meeting. Each finalist will introduce themselves and make a brief presentation on a predetermined topic. The finalists will then be asked questions from the public that were previously submitted in advance of the meeting.

As previously announced last week, the public may submit questions for the candidates online until March 31, and join the online event (Zoom Meeting Link: https://sanleandro-org.zoom.us/j/89869985031)

Submit questions: https://qtrial2019q4az1.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahgCOL1I5EBZzo2

Following the Town Hall, the public may also email feedback to CPS HR Consulting at [email protected], which will be communicated to the City Council for their consideration.

The City received 67 resumes from across the nation, which included candidates with a variety of relevant backgrounds. CPS HR Consulting screened and vetted numerous qualified candidates.

The City Council subsequently identified the strongest eight candidates, who were invited to advance for additional consideration. During the course of evaluations, three candidates withdrew for personal reasons or other professional opportunities. The City Council then spent significant time interviewing and evaluating the remaining candidates and advanced three candidates to participate in the final selection process.

The finalists are as follows: Sean Charpentier, Terrence R. Moore, and Fran Robustelli.

Sean Charpentier

Sean Charpentier has 20 years of experience in local government. His professional journey has focused on serving the public and building equitable, prosperous, and sustainable regions and cities. Mr. Charpentier is currently a Program Director with C/CAG, the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County, where he oversees transportation planning and funding. Previous roles include Interim and Assistant City Manager in the City of East Palo Alto. He has a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from UC Berkeley and an undergraduate degree in International Development from Clark University. Mr. Charpentier lives in San Francisco with his wife and two daughters.

Terrence R. Moore

Terrence R. Moore was appointed to the position of city manager of College Park, Georgia in March 2013, and served this community with honor for a total of eight years, making him the longest continuously tenured manager in the City’s history. Prior to the City of College Park, Mr. Moore served as City Manager of Morgantown, West Virginia; Las Cruces, New Mexico, and Sebastian, Florida. A native of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. Moore earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in economics and public administration from the University of Illinois, as well as post-graduate certificates from the Florida Atlantic University Department of Urban and Regional Planning, and the University of Virginia Senior Executive Institute for Local Government Management. From 2010 to 2020, Mr. Moore served on the Board of Directors of The Alliance for Innovation, an international network of progressive governments and partners committed to transforming local government by accelerating the development and dissemination of innovations. He is an International City/County Management Association Credentialed Manager (ICMA-CM).

Fran Robustelli

Fran Robustelli has served in managerial and executive roles with special districts and city governments for the past 25 years. With previous specialization in human resources and organizational change management, Ms. Robustelli is also skilled in a wide range of other City service areas, including economic development, budget & risk management, and emergency services. Since December 2020, Ms. Robustelli has been the interim city manager for the City of San Leandro. Ms. Robustelli took charge of the city manager position amid the coronavirus pandemic, calls for police reform, budget shortfalls, and City Council leadership changes. The past several months has been one of the busiest times in her public sector career. However, Ms. Robustelli determines daily to meet the unpredictability and challenges with the traits of servant leadership, consensus building, and strategic communication.

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835 East 14th Street
San Leandro, CA
94577

San Leandro City Hall is serviced by AC Transit and within walking distance from San Leandro BART

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Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

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Umoja Health FREE vaccination event in San Leandro @ Bay Fair Bart Station, this Saturday.
Why do the District employees at the top of the San Leandro Unified School District make $200,000 - $400,000 in salary and benefits? Do these employees deserve that much money?
Hi. I’m not sure where to report this so I’ll post it here. There is a downed street sign on the corner of Wainwright and Navy behind John Muir Middle School. If we get strong winds again it could damage property.
New Years Eve. Remember to clean your house and have your financial affairs in order (HA!). At midnight, ring bells, bang pots and pans, yell, make as much noise as possible to scare this year away! (Don't shoot guns please, because what goes up must come down.) And then play this song at top volume to positively charge all the slime in the country for a better 2021!
Anybody else just get this alert? "SLPD along with OPD is in the area of E 14th/Euclid looking for a subject who is possibly armed with a gun. Subject is described as a black male 23 yrs old with a black puffy jacket and dark jeans. If you live in the immediate area please shelter in place and contact SLPD at 510 577 2740 if you come in contact with the subject."
Gyms and fitness centers Can open outdoors only with modifications Please encourage gyms in San Leandro to open outdoors.
How come the city of San Leandro won't let 24 Hour Fitness open outdoor gyms at both of its San Leandro locations???
Remember that everyone can watch Santa's worldwide journey tonight on the NORAD Santa tracker!
I REALLY MISS MY GYM. I miss training at the gyms that I go to that are closed. I haven't been able to lift weights almost all year 2020. Outdoor gyms are okay but the indoor gyms have much better equipment. The gyms I go to are some of the cleanest places in California. They clean regularly. People are hand sanitizing. Wiping down equipment with clorox and disinfectant all the time. I need my gym. Gyms are much cleaner than Walmarts which just allow people to pack in and who knows when Walmarts have last been cleaned.
#RecallGavinNewsom #RecallGavin2020 #RecallNewsom #CaliforniaSucks
I live on Aurora Drive. At the end of Neptune Drive, not the Marina Park, there is a new homeless camp where homeless are living on the streets. Before the lockdowns and before 2020 I have never seen this homeless camp. People are laying out on the dirt, sidewalk in sleeping bags. People are living in tents. There is garbage all around. It's a mess. The same thing is happening at the Marina Park where the Blue Dolphin used to be. Homeless people are living out there and building fires in barrels for warmth. I've seen homeless sleeping at the gas stations on Marina and begging for money. I'm seeing more and more homeless in San Leandro. Are the lockdowns putting people out of work to where they can't afford food, clothing, and shelter? What is happening to San Leandro?