District 1 covers 440 square miles of Alameda County's 738 total square miles with a breadth of land uses - urban, suburban, agricultural and rural open space. It is home to high- and low-tech businesses from Tesla Motors and the Lawrence Livermore and Sandia National Laboratories to cattle ranches and dozens of award-winning wineries including some of the oldest continuous operating vineyards in California.
District 1 is the venue for many exciting and historic events. Livermore is home to the "World's Fastest Rodeo" now in its 93rd year. The City of Fremont incorporated five towns when it was established in 1956 and today is the second largest of Alameda County's 14 cities with a population of 213,000. Dublin is the county's newest city established in 1982 and its population has grown more than three-fold as it becomes a major hub at the cross-roads of I-580 and I-680, served by two BART stations and providing housing for Bay Area workers and families.
Each community has its own unique character, but each shares a desire to work together to ensure the health and well-being of its residents, businesses and environment. I am privileged to work with District 1 communities in this important endeavor.
First District Supervisor
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