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Charging Station

Employees and visitors take advantage of EV charging stations in Hayward.

Electric Vehicle Charging

The County is part of an effort to create a network of charging stations in the Bay Area open to the public.

Charging Station Locations

EV drivers can charge their vehicles at County-owned parking garages and lots in Alameda, Hayward, Oakland, and San Leandro. The County's charging stations are open to the public during regular business hours.

Dual Level 1 & Level II charging stations are located at:

  • Environmental Health Building, 1131 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda
  • Amador Parking Garage (first floor), 24360 Amador Street, Hayward
  • Public Works Building, 224 West Winton Avenue, Hayward
  • AlcoPark Garage (floors 2 & 8), 165 13th Street, Oakland
  • Oakland Parking Facility (basement level), 585 Seventh Street, Oakland
  • Juvenile Justice Center, 2200 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro

A Direct Current (DC) fast charger is located at:

  • AlcoPark Garage in Oakland (since July 2017)

Find these and other nearby stations at the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fueling Station Locator or Plugshare.

As a DOE Workplace Charging Partner, Alameda County has committed to adding EV charging options at each of our major parking lots and garages by 2017.

Charging Station Pricing

To maintain existing charging stations as well as further expand charging stations and support the growth of electric vehicles, Alameda County began charging a fee on February 17, 2015.

The price to charge at County-owned EV charging stations includes two components:

Activation Fee (assessed each time station is turned on by the driver) Energy Fee (assessed per kilowatt-hour of energy delivered to the vehicle)
($5 for DC fast charger)

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