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Arts Leadership Awards
The Alameda County Arts Commission is pleased to recognize six individuals for their achievements and contributions impacting the arts community and residents of Alameda County. The ceremony will take place during the Board’s public meeting on Tuesday, October 1, 10:45am at the Alameda County Administration Building, Supervisors’ Chambers, 1221 Oak Street, 5th Floor, Oakland. Press Release...
STEM @ Fairyland Event
The East Bay Economic Development Alliance (East Bay EDA) will host its 4th annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) event on Friday, September 20 at Children’s Fairyland in Oakland. “STEM @ Fairyland” is an opportunity for East Bay companies and organizations to engage with local children and their caregivers about the importance of early STEM education and to build a talent pipeline for the region’s growing demand for high-skilled labor. Press Release...
Niles Canyon Road Will Be Closed to Vehicles on 9/22
Niles Canyon Road will be closed to motor vehicles on Sunday, September 22, to give full access to the roadway to hikers, runners and bicyclists, for the "Stroll and Roll" and to raise awareness about a proposed new public trail through the scenic canyon. Press release...
We are gearing up for Census 2020. We are committed to counting all members of our community. Learn more about what we are doing and why the Census is so important. Learn more...
County Leaders Meet to Address Homelessness Crisis
Alameda County convened an historic meeting of regional leaders to discuss a deepening homelessness problem and to promote collaboration as essential to solving it. Learn more...
Addressing Affordable Housing
Alameda County is launching a significant effort to assist faith-based and community-based organizations to help address the region’s affordable housing crisis. The County, Local Initiatives Support Corporation and the San Francisco Foundation rolled out a $1 million program on April 22nd that is designed to help local faith-based organizations and area nonprofits expand their development expertise. Through this effort, groups that own property and want to consider using those properties for affordable housing can gain knowledge to can help projects move forward. Press Release...