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District Two is located in the heart of Alameda County, encompassing the communities of Hayward, Union City, Newark and portions of Fremont and Sunol. District Two is home to important employment and education centers as well as vibrant and diverse neighborhoods.

It is important that county residents know what services the county provides and have access to those resources. The county provides many services, including providing health care and mental health services, providing social services and safety net programs, maintaining flood control channels, providing court services, conducting elections and assessing and collecting property taxes. More information on county departments can be found here.

As your Supervisor, I am committed to being accessible to the community that I have called home for over 5 decades. Our office will continue to work with residents, businesses, and other stakeholders to address the various issues our communities face. Please use this website to communicate with our office, locate county resources and to contact us.


Richard Valle

Richard Valle
Supervisor, Second District

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  • 09/26/2014  Alameda County's top science event for kids returns this October(181KB) Science in the Park returns this October, with more fun activities and free of charge to all families in Alameda County. This family event makes science and health fun for children in Central and Southern Alameda County.
  • 08/06/2014  Tennyson Corridor Initiative Receives Over $9 Million(225KB) Supervisor Richard Valle's Tennyson Corridor Initiative to build a new Family and Youth Center in South Hayward received a major boost last week when the Alameda County Board of Supervisors committed $9.6 million to District 2 capital projects.
  • 07/03/2014  Hayward: 12 people, $300,000 grant to aid low-income neighborhoods  "Thank you Koshland Fellows for your dedication to our neighborhoods. Our office shares your commitment; leveraging over $20 million for South Hayward we've continued supporting the community's vision for the Tennyson Corridor." - Richard Valle

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Science in the Park - 2014

Saturday, October 4

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