News & Announcements
Alameda County Prescription Medication and Needle Disposal Consumer Survey
Help Supervisor Miley and the MEDS Coalition increase convenience of medicine and needle disposal in Alameda County by completing a 2-3 minute survey. Thank you for helping to protect public health.
Don't Rush Safety Campaign
Supervisor Miley, along with the school districts, the community and advocates, and numerous public agencies, organized the Don't Rush Safety Campaign to promote safe routes to school. View the PSA video at bit.ly/1JfWmFj
Roads and Streets Townhall Meeting(166KB)
Please attend this meeting if you are interested in learning more about this topic, and to learn from County staff about the differences between private roads and public streets, and why you should care.
Alameda County Small Business Workshops(1834KB)
Workshops include "Starting a Home Business", "Access to Capital", "Starting a Business", and "Successful Business Plans". Register for all workshops at acsbdc.org.
Food Business Entrepreneurial Training Academy(1094KB)
The Alameda County SBDC and the Alameda County Community Development Agency offer a free ten-part seminar on "Running Your Own Food Business" for participants interest in launching and growing
food businesses in unincorporated Alameda County.
League of Women Voters Eden Area September Newsletter(1056KB)
The League of Women Voters invites you to learn more about
proposed changes to Prop 13 on Friday, September 25 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the San Leandro Library in the Estudillo Room.
Supervisor Miley to Interview Finalists for the Castro Valley MAC Vacancy
Supervisor Miley will be interviewing the two finalists for the Castro Valley MAC vacancy. This will be held on Thursday, August 6 at 6 p.m. The interview is held at the Castro Valley Library --3600 Norbridge. The public is invited to observe.
Coffee with a Cop(191KB)
Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation at the Castro Valley McDonalds located at 1620 Strobridge Ave., Castro Valley on August 12, 2015 from 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Cherryland Fire Station Groundbreaking Ceremony(236KB)
Join us to celebrate a new Fire Station for Cherryland on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 2 p.m. This ceremony will take place at 19745 Meekland Ave., Hayward.
San Francisco Premium Outlets in Livermore Job Fair(701KB)
This job fair will be held on Friday, July 24 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Robert Livermore Community Center at 4444 East Avenue, Livermore. Come ready to interview. Bring your resume and dress for success.
2015 Alameda County Survey for Older Adults Now Available!(483KB)
Help us learn about how Alameda County can be a better place for older adults to live. You can also complete the survey online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ACOlderAdultSurvey2015.
Get Locally Organically Produced Fruits and Vegetables Delivered
Dig Deep Farms CSA (community supported agriculture) provides a weekly assortment of vibrant organically produced fruits and veggies that they carefully grow on our own farms, assemble from their network of small local farms.
Ashland & Cherryland FamFest 2015(256KB)
Join us for a fun-packed event with a 5k run/walk/roll,
exciting activities, live music & delicious food. Come be a part
of the biggest event EVER for Ashland & Cherryland! Visit ACFamFest.org for more information.
Ashland Cherryland Food Policy Council Vacant Land Survey Report(786KB)
ACFPC celebrated the release of their Vacant Land Survey Report. The Council's Vacant Land Survey Report is a community-based assessment of California State Assembly Bill AB 551: Urban Agriculture Incentive Zones.
Oakland Hosts Warriors Parade, First Time Since 1975
The success of the Golden State Warriors...have provided a golden spotlight on this city. The resilience and tremendous potential of Oakland are emblematic of the Warriors' victory. Go, Warriors! Go, Oakland! - Nate Miley
Supreme Court: Big Pharma must pay for prescription drug disposal in Alameda County
A groundbreaking law that forces the pharmaceutical industry to pay for collection and disposal of unused drugs passed its final court test, and the Alameda County officials who originated the concept predicted it will now spread across the country.