County of Alameda Community Helper
Supervisor Richard Valle
Alameda County honors the life and legacy of Supervisor Richard Valle.
He is remembered as a dedicated public servant who served his country, his city, and residents across Alameda County. Richard was a champion for organized labor, environmental stewardship, lifting-up at-promise youth and providing second chances for justice-involved residents. A courageous and compassionate leader, colleague, and friend, Richard's contributions and service to Alameda County's diverse communities will live on for future generations.
Alameda County Supervisor 2012-2023
Union City Councilmember 1997-2010
Our Public Works Agency also has information about preparing for the next storm. Visit their website to get sandbag information, storm related resources, and tips for staying safe. Visit ready.acgov.org for additional emergency preparedness information.
Applications for the Selection of Supervisor
Due to the passing of Supervisor Richard Valle, on 2/28/23, the Board of Supervisors adopted procedures for the selection of a Supervisor to represent Supervisorial District 2. The procedures include guidance for the selection of a new supervisor, interview and final selection process and the proposed schedule.
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What We've Been Up To
Check out this video that describes what we're working on and celebrates our recent accomplishments.
End of the Local Public Health Emergency
Alameda County Health Officer Dr. Nicholas Moss confirmed that the local public health emergency for COVID-19 in Alameda County ends February 28 in alignment with the end of California's COVID-19 State of Emergency.
Visit our Public Health Department's COVID-19 website to get vaccination guidance and resources.
COVID-19 Services Map
The map includes food distribution sites, testing sites, and other essential services which are currently open under the COVID-19 Shelter-In-Place Order. The map will be updated regularly and remain active for the duration of the Shelter-In-Place Order. The map was a collaborative effort between the Alameda County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Care & Shelter Branch, Alameda County Community Food Bank, 211, and cities.
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