News & Announcements
- 09/25/2015 Eden Area Ag Day Mixer - Thursday, October 8, 2015(760KB) Drawing inspiration from the annual Livermore Ag Day, the Eden Area will play host to the local Ag Day event in October 2016. Join the Eden Area Ag Day Planning Team for a Mixer to learn more about how you can participate in this event.
- 09/25/2015 Food Day - Saturday, October 24, 2015(6252KB) Join us for a picnic with local, real food at the historic Meek Estate in Hayward in celebration of Food Day, an annual event that brings communities together to inspire us to make changes in our diets and take action to solve food-related problems.
- 08/13/2015 Schedule of EALI Working Group Meetings #9(143KB) The next meetings of the Eden Area Livability Initiative Phase II Working Groups will be held in September and October. Help make EALI II a success with your participating and feedback!
Upcoming Meetings & Events
- Wednesday, October 7, 2015 - Economic Development Working Group
- Thursday, October 22, 2015 - Public Safety & Realignment Working Group
The Eden Area Livability Initiative is an integrated partnership between the community, the county and other public sector jurisdictions that have a stake in the unincorporated urban communities of Alameda County. The Livability Initiative is the strategic development of a shared vision that plans to build pride for the unincorporated urban communities of Alameda County.
- To create, strengthen, and sustain a livable community in the western unincorporated areas of Alameda County
- To encourage planning and action across disciplines and interest areas
- To engage the community in a significant way
- To call for County Agencies to collaborate in new ways
- To build stronger partnerships between the County, other jurisdictions and the community
- To increase community participation in decisions that affects the community
- To find a shared community vision
- To ensure coordination and implementation of this vision and plan between government and the community
- To strengthen relationships between government and the community