What We've Been Up To
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Property Taxes Due
This is a reminder that the 2nd installment of the 2017-2018 Secured Property Tax Bill was due on February 1, 2018. If not paid by Tuesday, April 10, 2018, a delinquent penalty of 10% and a delinquent cost of $10.00 will be added. Look up and pay your taxes online...
Pavement Efforts Begin on Vasco Road
Public Works Agency will begin repairing the pavement on Vasco Road, mile marker 3.74 North Bound, on Monday 4/16/18. Work hours will be Monday through Friday 6:00 am - 2:30 pm. These repairs are expected to be complete by May 10, 2018. Press Release
Redwood Road Open
The Alameda County Public Works Agency has completed its extensive repairs of Redwood Road at mile marker 7.38. Work performed included building a retaining wall, slope grading, installing subbase for a new section of roadway, embankment erosion repairs, a drainage system, and resurfacing and striping the travel lanes. Press Release
Alameda County Achieves Rare "Triple-Triple"
Alameda County is one of only two California counties to have earned the highest-possible AAA credit ratings from each of the “Big 3” rating agencies. The AAA ratings will enable the County to borrow funds at lower interest rates to fund critical infrastructure needs, saving substantial taxpayer resources over time. Learn more...
Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Grant Goes to Public Works Agency
The Alameda County Public Works Agency has been awarded a $125,000 grant for a year-long pedestrian and bicycle safety program to prevent traffic related deaths and injuries. The funding will go to the Alameda County Unincorporated Safe Routes to School Program to improve safety for over 23,000 students attending 35 public schools in the County’s unincorporated areas. Learn more...
Not Too Late For Flu Vaccine
Flu season is hitting hard this year and started early across the country and in Alameda County. Flu season will likely continue for 2 to 3 more months and the flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and those close to you from the flu. Vaccination locations can be located through your healthcare provider or through vaccinefinder.org. For more information and additional flu resources, including when to see a doctor, please go to the Alameda County Public Health Department website.
Fighting Hunger, Inspiring Giving
Through the "Stone Soup" Food Drive, Alameda County employees found creative ways to inspire the spirit of giving during the holiday season by building displays constructed with cans, boxes and bags of donated food. Check out the displays...