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Mission: The City of San Leandro is dedicated and committed to serving the citizens of this community. We strive at all times to achieve the highest professional standards, to communicate a vision of the future and to enhance the quality of life for all residents.

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Merry Christmas! “Christmas is a day of meaning and traditions, a special day spent in the warm circle of family and fri...
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas!

“Christmas is a day of meaning and traditions, a special day spent in the warm circle of family and friends.” – Margaret Thatcher

Remember to put out the milk and cookies before you go to bed. Santa Claus has a long work night ahead.
12/24/2020

Remember to put out the milk and cookies before you go to bed. Santa Claus has a long work night ahead.

A "JOE-FUL" LUNCH: Joe’ Pho (15070 Hesperian Blvd.) is offering free grilled chicken plates curbside to the first 3,000 ...
12/23/2020

A "JOE-FUL" LUNCH: Joe’ Pho (15070 Hesperian Blvd.) is offering free grilled chicken plates curbside to the first 3,000 people from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve, December 24th. Please call 510.363.9691 to check availability. Socially distancing and face coverings will be enforced.

San Leandro Next's COVID-19 Business Resource Update - December 2020Link: https://bit.ly/3h8RCvk
12/22/2020

San Leandro Next's COVID-19 Business Resource Update - December 2020
Link: https://bit.ly/3h8RCvk

FREE EVENT: Register online at www.sanleandrorec.org or call Recreation's Customer Service at (510) 577-3462.
12/21/2020

FREE EVENT: Register online at www.sanleandrorec.org or call Recreation's Customer Service at (510) 577-3462.

The fourth episode of the Mayor’s Report is now available. Mayor Cutter interviewed Engineering and Transportation Direc...
12/20/2020

The fourth episode of the Mayor’s Report is now available. Mayor Cutter interviewed Engineering and Transportation Director Keith Cooke. Keith provided details on how the City maintains our roadways, discussed the term “complete streets,” and explained the City’s Capital Improvement Program.
Listen: https://bit.ly/34p8U1Y

Are you a potential first-time home buyer? Educate yourself before purchasing your home. Register: https://bit.ly/3oTkBG...
12/19/2020

Are you a potential first-time home buyer? Educate yourself before purchasing your home.
Register: https://bit.ly/3oTkBG8

The City received an honorable mention in the US Conference of Mayors' 14th Annual Climate Protection Awards for its sol...
12/18/2020

The City received an honorable mention in the US Conference of Mayors' 14th Annual Climate Protection Awards for its solar and energy efficiency work at the Water Pollution Control Plant. #SaveMoney&SavethePlanet

Stay At Home Order Extended until January 7, 2021.
12/17/2020

Stay At Home Order Extended until January 7, 2021.

Bay Area Region Falls Below 15 Percent ICU Capacity Threshold: #StayHome Order Extended and Continues to Align with State’s Restrictions

Full statement here:https://covid-19.acgov.org/covid19-assets/docs/press/press-release-2020.12.16.pdf

The State announced today that the availability of intensive care unit (ICU) beds has fallen below 15% in the Bay Area Region. This means that the Stay at Home restrictions adopted by Alameda County earlier this month remain in effect for a minimum of three weeks, starting today.

Because Alameda County’s restrictions already match the State’s restrictions, there are no additional changes to permitted activities at this time. After the minimum three weeks, the State’s order could be lifted once the region’s projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15%.

The week ending December 12 was the single worst week of the pandemic so far in #AlamedaCounty, with more than 5000 new #COVID19 cases reported and over 1000 cases reported on each of the last two days. The number of people hospitalized with #COVID19 and in the ICU are five times higher than one month ago and increasing daily.

The state of the pandemic in Alameda County is the worst it has ever been. We must use every tool we have to ensure the work we’ve done and the months away from our loved ones will have been worth it.

#StayHome as much as possible, #WearAMask, and avoid all gatherings. If you are less than 6 feet from someone outside your household for 15 minutes or more, please monitor yourself for symptoms and get tested.

We continue to be grateful for our community’s efforts throughout this difficult year and we must ask for everyone to help again. If we all do our part, stay-at-home restrictions will work and save lives.

The individual and collective sacrifices of our families and local businesses can make the difference between a short or prolonged period under the Stay At Home Order. Staying home now will save lives and allow us to get back together again soon.

Northbound I-880 Overnight Lane Closures Between Whipple Road and Industrial Parkway December 17 – Spring 2021Caltrans h...
12/17/2020

Northbound I-880 Overnight Lane Closures Between Whipple Road and Industrial Parkway December 17 – Spring 2021

Caltrans has scheduled to close various lanes on northbound Interstate 880 between Whipple Road and Industrial Parkway in Hayward overnight starting December 17 and running through spring 2021.

The purpose of the closures is to accommodate work on the eastbound Industrial Parkway overcrossing, repairing the damaged bridge girder. Various lanes will close at 9 p.m. and reopen at 5 a.m. the following morning.

12/16/2020

Supervisor Wilma Chan highlights the importance of today’s flu shot clinic and the County of Alameda’s partnership with the City to host the event.

REMINDER: Today is the Free Flu Shot Clinic. For appointment availability, please call 510.577.3462.
12/16/2020

REMINDER: Today is the Free Flu Shot Clinic. For appointment availability, please call 510.577.3462.

Please contact the San Leandro Police Department if you have information regarding this crime. (510) 577-2740
12/15/2020

Please contact the San Leandro Police Department if you have information regarding this crime. (510) 577-2740

San Leandro Police Investigating Sixth Homicide of the Year.

On Monday, December 14, 2020, about 4:50PM, San Leandro Police Officers heard and responded to the sound of multiple gunshots coming from the 600 block of East 14th Street. Upon arrival, officers located two subjects suffering from gunshot wounds. Oakland resident Laquan Amari Matthews, 23 years old, sustained multiple gunshot wounds to his torso. He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. An uninvolved San Leandro resident sustained a gunshot wound to her lower extremity. She also was transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

San Leandro Police Detectives responded to the scene for the investigation. Preliminary information revealed that there was some type of physical confrontation between the victim and the suspect right before approximately thirty gunshots were fired from multiple firearms.

“We are in the early stages of this investigation and the motive for this homicide remains unclear,” said San Leandro Police Lieutenant Ted Henderson. “Anyone with any information they feel may be valuable in helping us solve this homicide is urged to contact the San Leandro Police Department at (510) 577-2740.”

12/15/2020
San Leandro COVID-19 Performing Arts Worker Relief Fund

The City of San Leandro Arts Commission, in partnership with Theatre Bay Area, recently launched the COVID-19 Performing Arts Worker Relief Fund as a resource for performing arts workers who are facing a loss of income due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Listen to Arts Commissioner Terry Guillory provide details on the relief fund.
Application: https://bit.ly/2W93e80

You can now call and text 9-1-1 in an emergency
12/14/2020

You can now call and text 9-1-1 in an emergency

For immediate release:
December 14, 2020

ALAMEDA COUNTY REGIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER LAUNCHES 'TEXT TO 9-1-1 CAMPAIGN'

LIVERMORE, CA – Alameda County Regional Emergency Communications Center (ACRECC) has officially launched its text to 9-1-1 campaign. Mobile users now have the ability to send text messages to 9-1-1, allowing deaf, hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to make a voice call to 9-1-1, a potentially lifesaving option.

"Call if you can -- text if you can't" is the slogan developed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), adopted by several California jurisdictions. ACRECC is now equipped to receive and respond to mobile phone SMS Text to 9-1-1 messages, joining other dispatch centers across the state.

A Division of the Alameda County Fire Department, “ACRECC delivers regional communications through dispatching fire and emergency medical services that optimize the deployment and coordination of emergency resources while providing superior customer service to several agencies within Alameda County,” said Dispatch Manager Rosa Ramos. “Our ability to deploy an alternate method in receiving emergency communications from our residents is another tool in keeping our communities safe.”
ACRECC serves the Cities of City of Alameda - Local Government, City of Dublin, CA - Government, Emeryville's Community Services Department, City of Fremont, CA Government, City of Livermore City Hall, City of Newark, CA Government, City of Pleasanton, City of San Leandro, City of Union City, California, the unincorporated communities of Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Livermore, San Lorenzo, and Sunol, the Berkeley Lab, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Sandia National Labs, and Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, and is the dispatch center for Falck Alameda County.

The FCC has established guidelines for how to contact 9-1-1 via text:
• If you can, always make a 9-1-1 voice call, "Call if you can - text if you can't."
• If you are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech disabled, and Text to 9-1-1 is not available, use a TTY or telecommunications relay service, if available.
• Text to 9-1-1 is not available if the device is “roaming.”
• If you text 9-1-1 and text is not available in your area, you will receive a bounce back message advising "text is not available please make a voice call to 9-1-1."
• Location accuracy varies by carrier and should not be relied upon. Be prepared to give your location.
• Text to 9-1-1 service will not be available if the wireless carrier cannot ascertain a location of the device sending the message.
• A text or data plan is required to place a text to 9-1-1.
• Photos and videos cannot be sent to 9-1-1. They cannot be received at this time.
• Text messages should be sent in plain language and not contain popular abbreviations (SMH, LOL, ICYMI) or emojis, which will not be recognized.
• Text to 9-1-1 cannot be sent in a group message.
• Texts must be in English only. There currently is no language interpretation for text available. This is still in development.

Alameda County Fire Department Fremont Fire Department Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department Alameda Fire Department Camp Parks Firefighters County of Alameda, CA - Government

The City of San Leandro, Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, and Alameda County Public Health Department are co-sponso...
12/14/2020

The City of San Leandro, Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, and Alameda County Public Health Department are co-sponsoring a free flu shot clinic on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the San Leandro Senior Community Center located at 13909 East 14th Street. Please call (510) 577-3462 to register for a flu shot appointment.

SAN LEANDRO EMPLOYERS: The Alameda County Workforce Development Board has partnered with the California Employers Associ...
12/13/2020

SAN LEANDRO EMPLOYERS: The Alameda County Workforce Development Board has partnered with the California Employers Association to provide Alameda County businesses with a no-cost HR hotline.

At the December 7th City Council meeting, Mayor Cutter and City Council recognized residents and businesses that gave ba...
12/12/2020

At the December 7th City Council meeting, Mayor Cutter and City Council recognized residents and businesses that gave back to the community with the 2020 District Leadership Awards and Mayor’s Awards for Excellence. The City appreciates and values the work of our amazing residents and businesses while we work together during this difficult time resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. Read the full San Leandro Next story at https://bit.ly/3mbxPMt

Happy Hanukkah!
12/11/2020

Happy Hanukkah!

12/10/2020
Adopt-A-Drain.mov

To sign up to adopt a drain and get a free tool, visit preparesanleandro.org.

Important San Leandro Public Library Update
12/09/2020

Important San Leandro Public Library Update

Effective immediately, the San Leandro Public Library will be suspending on-site Curbside Holds Pickup services through Monday, January 4, 2021.

Link to more information on the update: https://www.sanleandro.org/depts/library/news/details.asp?NewsID=1975&TargetID=22

Or visit our website at www.sanleandrolibrary.org. We apologize for any inconvenience, and on behalf of all our library staff, we send you and your loved ones our best wishes and hopes for your safety and health.

Robbery Prevention Tips from San Leandro Police Department
12/09/2020

Robbery Prevention Tips from San Leandro Police Department

🚨Crime Alert🚨
Robberies are on the rise in San Leandro. In November we had 29 Reported Robberies. To get this under control we all need to #worktogether. The San Leandro Police Department is asking our community to be ALERT. When you are out shopping, going to the bank, or just running an errand, put your phones down, and pay attention to your surroundings. Stay in well-lit areas and if possible, have someone with you.

Reported Robberies:
June - 9
July - 15
August - 20
September - 12
October - 12
November - 29

Please use extra caution when out shopping this holiday season.

Please read the attached Robbery Prevention Tips.

Drop by Walmart San Leandro - Davis St to donate an unwrapped toy to our Alameda County Fire Department firefighters dur...
12/09/2020

Drop by Walmart San Leandro - Davis St to donate an unwrapped toy to our Alameda County Fire Department firefighters during their Holiday Toy Drive.

Today Alcofirefighters will be safely collecting Toys at the Walmart in City of San Leandro until 3pm for the Annual Toy Program. Donate an unwrapped toy and bring some holiday cheer this year. #ALCOFIRE

ICYMI
12/08/2020

ICYMI

The State's Regional Stay-at-Home order went into effect today. Here is a snapshot of what is permitted to be open:

Interim City Manager Appointed During the December 7th City Council meeting, the Council unanimously voted to approve th...
12/08/2020

Interim City Manager Appointed

During the December 7th City Council meeting, the Council unanimously voted to approve the contract of Ms. Fran Robustelli, who will serve as interim City Manager beginning on December 21st. Her selection follows on current City Manager Jeff Kay’s previously announced departure to become the new city manager for the City of Healdsburg, California.

For the past 25 years, Ms. Robustelli has served in executive roles with special districts and city governments. Most recently, Ms. Robustelli served as the interim city manager for the City of Clayton in Contra Costa County. 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.

“Fran Robustelli is a seasoned and effective leader who has grappled with many difficult decisions, including challenges arising from the coronavirus pandemic in her previous assignment,” said Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter. “I am impressed with Fran’s governmental experience and desire to continue moving San Leandro forward seamlessly as Jeff Kay transitions to his next opportunity.”

In response to her appointment, Ms. Robustelli stated, “I look forward to working with the City Council, staff, and other community stakeholders as we collectively work together during this difficult time resulting from the pandemic.” Ms. Robustelli’s interim service in this role is expected to continue until the City Council completes a national recruitment for the City Manager position, which will commence early next year.

Community Education Program on Medication Management held on Zoom. Register online at www.sanleandrorec.org or call (510...
12/08/2020

Community Education Program on Medication Management held on Zoom. Register online at www.sanleandrorec.org or call (510) 577-3462.

FREE Flu Shot - Wednesday, Dec. 16th - San Leandro Senior Community Center - Appointment Required.Older adults who have ...
12/07/2020

FREE Flu Shot - Wednesday, Dec. 16th - San Leandro Senior Community Center - Appointment Required.

Older adults who have not yet received a flu vaccination are strongly encouraged to participate in this opportunity. The regular dose vaccine is available to individuals, 3 years and older, including pregnant women. Children under 3 years old should be seen by their pediatrician. Drive-through appointments are available. Additionally, each flu shot recipient will receive a free ready to heat frozen classic turkey meal. Please call (510) 577-3462 to register for a flu shot appointment.

COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Procedures will be administered during the clinic to maintain proper safety protocols.

"Seventy years ago today, a bright Sunday morning was darkened by the unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor...We salute the ...
12/07/2020

"Seventy years ago today, a bright Sunday morning was darkened by the unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor...We salute the veterans and survivors of Pearl Harbor who inspire us still. Despite overwhelming odds, they fought back heroically, inspiring our nation and putting us on the path to victory." - Former President Barack Obama in 2011

Webster Tube (State Route 61) Full Overnight Closures For Maintenance Work December 7, 8 and 9Caltrans has scheduled a f...
12/06/2020

Webster Tube (State Route 61) Full Overnight Closures For Maintenance Work December 7, 8 and 9

Caltrans has scheduled a full overnight closure of the Webster Tube (State Route 61) that connects the cities of Alameda and Oakland for three nights, December 7, 8 and 9, beginning at 10:00 p.m. and re-opening at 4:30 a.m. the following morning. The purpose of the closure is to accommodate routine maintenance work.

The Tube will be closed in both directions while the work is performed. Work will be postponed if it rains. The Posey Tube will remain open.

Changeable message and directional signs will be in place to assist motorists traveling in the area. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) will be at the site during the closure.

Stay-At-Home Order Effective December 7th - January 4thPublic Health Officers of Alameda County, Marin County, San Franc...
12/05/2020

Stay-At-Home Order Effective December 7th - January 4th

Public Health Officers of Alameda County, Marin County, San Francisco County, Contra Costa County and Berkeley proactively implemented a stay-at-home order effective December 7th thru January 4th, 2021. Although we weren’t projected to hit the 15% regional ICU availability mark until mid-to-late December, the health officers cite increased hospitalizations occurring in our area as the reason behind being proactive.

Under the Stay-At-Home Order, temporary closures of the following will occur:

* Outdoor Dining (take-out, pick-up and delivery allowed)
* Indoor/Outdoor Playgrounds
* Indoor Recreational Facilities
* Hair Salons/Barbershops
* Personal Care Services
* Museums, Zoos and Aquariums
* Movie Theaters
* Wineries
* Bars/Breweries
* Family Entertainment Centers
* Amusement Parks

Additionally, there will be a 20% capacity placed on retail shopping centers and hotels.

For more information on the State’s announcement, the Regional Stay-At-Home Order, and how it impacts us in the Alameda County, please visit https://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs/.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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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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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?
Alameda County wants to stay in the red tier for two weeks, then evaluate reopening gyms. I was excited to go to the gym and resume bodybuilding today. I was also excited to get a haircut today. I guess I'm still having to go to Santa Clara County or San Francisco County to use the gym and get a haircut. Alameda County sucks!
Parrot Street Black Lives Matter. All Lives Matter Is What It Should Read!!! How Much Did That Cost Us? How Could You Dis Respect All Of Us
People are not wearing masks and social distancing at the following Shell gas stations in San Leandro: 2175 Marina Blvd. (510) 351-7422. I saw three people not wearing masks and the inside is just crowded as heck. 1944 Davis Street. (510) 276-6556 I saw at least 5 people not wearing masks. There are also people begging at the corner of this gas station not wearing masks.
Some of you may have noticed today in San Leandro along Parrot Street, between E. 14th and Hays, are some giant letters spelling out an important message: Black Lives Matter. This effort was undertaken by local residents, activists, and organizers in order to highlight the need for racial justice in our community. Indeed, many of our elected officials were spotted participating, glad-handing, taking photos, and canvassing. Whether for themselves or because they truly believe that Black lives matter is unclear. Because, see, in the days and weeks prior to this, they have seemed more interested in delaying, obfuscating, and actively preventing justice from being carried out in the murder of Steven Taylor. (And the assault of Emerald Black, and previous acts of murder and brutality against BIPOC residents by SLPD, and regular abuse against our homeless population, and local animals mistreated by our officers rather than saved by trained animal control agents, but I digress.) True, the city council voted to "allow" us to put this message up. But are they now co-opting, subverting, and patting themselves on the back for it? Can they say that they believe Black lives matter while they refuse to: 1. Release the name of the officer who murdered Steven Taylor. 2. Release the name of the officer who tasered Steven Taylor after he was fatally shot. 3. Call for the firing of both of those officers. 4. Send a properly worded request to the California Attorney General for an independent investigation into the case. 5. Listening to residents across the city pleading to defund the police in order to support critical social services in our community (that actually do more to reduce crime than guns, tear gas, grenades, and a tank) and taking meaningful, prompt action in response. 6. Committing to refusing campaign donations and/or endorsements from law enforcement organizations, which do more work protecting bad cops than training better ones. 7. Just sitting down and having a conversation with or apologizing to the Taylor family, to all of the families, to any of the families of those who lost a loved one from a police officer sworn to serve and protect us. This list is not comprehensive. There are literally dozens of things they could be doing, but instead they have been dissembling with attempts to setup task forces easily filled with favorites, weighed down by more members than capable of acting in concert, whose recommendations could be ignored and forgotten months later when the outrage has died down amidst the piling deaths of this pandemic. That said, the words are now painted on our streets. The message that Black Lives Matter has been inked on the body of our community and the question remains: Do you mean it? Do we mean it? Do they mean it? Prove it! Prove it! Prove it! Don't just walk across those letters in yellow, green, orange, red, blue, and purple, and forget. We're not done here. This isn't a start. This isn't even a step. Justice for Steven Taylor would be a start. The names of his killers would be a step. I know, there's so much going on every day and, really, what's wrong with an answer that's easier? When is enough enough for all these people protesting? Can't we just focus on the future and stop dwelling on the past? Our police aren't that bad anyways right? Also, what about the rioting, the looting, the fireworks, the encampments? I know, apathy. I know, property instead of people's lives. I know, the past is present, always with us. I know, how little we're told about how much we're owed. I know, justice delayed is justice denied and can we stop talking about it because it's depressing. I know. I truly do. But this problem isn't going to go away. Police brutality isn't going to go away. Racism isn't just going to go away. If it were, it would've generations ago. People are still suffering. People are still dying. People are still profiting. People are still pretending that everything is fine despite all the evidence to the contrary. (See my previous posts if you need that info.) So, please, start and don't stop asking: Black lives matter, now do something about it.
Hi, we have called animal control about an injured duck a few times today but they don't show up. We asked them to call us when they get here because we can give them access to the pool area where the duck is but no one called. When we call back they tell us someone came but didn't find the duck🙄
Free groceries at our Friday Food Drive! 2700 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro 1:00-3:00pm. No contact, right into the trunk of your car. #acdsal #fooddrive
If you are in need of food and groceries, visit our Food Drive tomorrow Fri 7/10 anytime from 1:00-3:00 at 2700 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro. FREE GROCERIES, produce, dairy and No-Contact loading into the trunk of your car. #acdsal #fooddrive If you need home delivery sign up at our website digdeepfarms.com @acdsal