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City Hall Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

October 23, 2019 

The City of San Leandro City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday November 29, 2019 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

We wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving!


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United Against Hate Event

November 5, 2019 

The City of San Leandro invites the community to attend a film screening of the documentary “Not in Our Town: Northern California.” Guest moderator Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter will lead a discussion amongst community leaders about how to stop hate and build an inclusive and equitable community for all following the documentary showing. Refreshments will follow this film and panel discussion.

WHAT: United Against Hate Event San Leandro

Film screening of the documentary “Not in Our Town: Northern California” followed by a moderated panel discussion

WHEN: Saturday, November 23, 2019

2:00-3:00 PM: Documentary Screening

3:05-3:30 PM: Panel Discussion

3:35-4:00 PM: Light Refreshments

WHERE: San Leandro Main Library

300 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94577


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Climate Action Plan Survey

November 7, 2019 

The San Leandro Climate Action Assessment is an initial survey of residents and businesses in San Leandro to explore public awareness of the issues created by climate change and potential actions that can be taken. Climate action is any action that helps people transition away from reliance on fossil fuels and move towards a safer and healthier clean energy future.

Participation in the survey will help shape the plan development and future outreach efforts! Find the survey at: https://forms.gle/8QnJdWb4jUE1fxDC9.

For more information, contact Hoi-Fei Mok with Public Works at sustainableSL@sanleandro.org.


Alameda County Regional Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing

November 5, 2019 

The County of Alameda and the cities of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, and Union City along with the Housing Authorities for the Cities of Alameda, Berkeley, Livermore, Oakland and Alameda County have formed a working group to develop a regional Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing. The Draft Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing will be available for inspection beginning October 25, 2019 at this website: http://acgov.org/cda/hcd/documents/Draft-AI-Combined2019-10-24.pdf. The public review period will end on November 25, 2019, and will be followed by a public hearing to receive comments. The Hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at the Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department, 224 W. Winton Avenue, Room 160, Hayward. For more information, contact Maryann Sargent with Community Development at 510-577-6005.


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Alameda County Transportation Commission East. 14th Street Corridor Survey

October 28, 2019 

Do you travel, live or work along E. 14th St? Help shape the future of this corridor by sharing your feedback on Alameda County Transportation Commission's web survey! https://e14missionfremont.outreach.st/

The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) is reaching out to the communities along E. 14th St./Mission Blvd. and Fremont Blvd. to plan for the future of this major corridor in Central and Southern Alameda County. Whether you walk, bike, drive, take BART or bus, share a ride, or some combination of all the above—we want your feedback!


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New Open Data Sets Available!

March 8, 2018 

The City has just released open data sets and online maps for its Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) and “SL-WiFiber” free Wi-Fi locations. You can access these interactive maps at: www.geosl.org.

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Wednesday November 13, 2019
9:00 AMAmerica Recycles Day

In celebration of America Recycles Day, the City is hosting a recycling collection event.

What you can bring to recycle

  • Expired or unused medication (no controlled substances, no vitamins or supplements)
  • Mercury thermometers
  • Fluorescent lights, tubes and incandescent bulbs
  • CDs, DVDs, jewel cases, floppy disks, audio and video tapes
  • Household batteries
  • Cell phones and cell phone chargers

Requirements

  • City of San Leandro residents only
  • Remove all excess bags and packaging from products
  • Place batteries in Ziploc bags separate from other products
  • Remove medication from original containers and place in Ziploc bags separate from other products
  • All types of light bulbs accepted

The following items will NOT be accepted

  • Vitamins
  • Needles & sharps
  • Soaps & other personal care products
  • Electronic devices
  • Car batteries
  • Chemicals or paints
  • Light fixtures or ballasts

Unused medicine flushed or put down the drain can end up in our waterways and pollute the environment. You can make a world of difference by following prescriptions as directed, and then disposing of your unused portions properly.

9:30 AMToddler Storytime (Main Library)

TODDLER STORYTIME: Stories, rhymes and romps for ages 1-3

Just the right pace for you and your totally nonstop toddler up to age 3, we’ll enjoy stories, songs and active rhymes, followed by a play time. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am, so please choose just one to attend. This storytime takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM of the Main Library

10:30 AMToddler Storytime (Main Library)

TODDLER STORYTIME: Stories, rhymes and romps for ages 1-3

Just the right pace for you and your totally nonstop toddler up to age 3, we’ll enjoy stories, songs and active rhymes, followed by a play time. We offer duplicate sessions at 9:30am and 10:30am, so please choose just one to attend. This storytime takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM of the Main Library

1:30 PMPreschool Storytime (Main Library)

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME: Stories, songs and play for preschoolers (and up)

Designed for children ages 3-6, our preschool storytime features longer picture books, plus plenty of flannel boards, puppets and songs. We explore a different theme each week with books and crafts to help with emerging literacy and fine motor skills, followed by a play time.

This program takes place in the ESTUDILLO ROOM at the Main Library.

2:30 PMDub Club: Teen Video Games

Calling all teens in grades 6-12! Join us at the Main Library every Wednesday that school is in session for Dub Club! Grab a snack, play games with your friends, or do homework. No prior registration required, sign up when you come!

6:30 PMNeptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection Community Meeting

A second meeting with the public will be held in the banquet room on the Neptune Drive Shoreline Flood Protection project. If constructed, the project would reduce the risk of flooding for approximately 1,000 parcels in the Mulford-Marina neighborhoods, and would be an ideal candidate for a special financing district.

7:00 PMFamily/Preschool Storytime (Main Library)

FAMILY STORYTIME: Stories, songs and play for families

Based on our preschool storytime, this evening program offers terrific books, songs and rhymes for kids of all ages to enjoy. We explore a different theme each week with books and crafts to help with emerging literacy and fine motor skills, followed by a play time. Wear your pajamas if you’d like!

This program is held in the ESTUDILLO room at the Main Library.


Thursday November 14, 2019
10:30 AMManor Storytime

Toddlers and kids up to age eight --come sing some songs and listen to fun stories.


Saturday November 16, 2019
9:30 AMBayfair Mall Senior Walks

The Bayfair Center Senior Walks is offered every third Saturday of the month. Registration begins at 9:15 AM and walk begins at 9:30 AM. Bring your walking shoes and smiles and have some fun while strengthening your body and meeting friends!

10:30 AMChinese Storytime (Main Library)

Volunteers will read books, sings songs, and teach Tang poetry in Mandarin! Third Saturday of the month from September - November 2019.Call 577-3960 with questions.

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