Housing & Community Development Department

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Michelle Starratt
Housing Director

Measure A-1 Housing Bond

Measure A-1 Housing Bond Graphic.

HCD Developer Email List

HCD General Information Email List

Oversight Committee

We are looking for representatives to serve on the County's Measure A1 Citizen Oversight Committee. We are inviting nominations of people from the following groups: Residents of Subsidized Housing, Faith Communities, the Alameda County City Managers Association, the League of Women Voters of Alameda County and a resident of District 5.

The Measure A1 Citizens' Oversight Committee is a volunteer body mandated by the Measure A1 Bond Measure and empowered by the Board of Supervisors to annually review past expenditures of A1 Bond funds for compliance with the ballot measure. Committee members can expect to attend regular public meetings and review annual reports to review expenditures.

If you or someone you know is passionate about affordable housing and interested in being part of the effort to continue to make affordable housing accessible, please contact Teresa Hester at (510) 670-5941 or Teresa.hester2@acgov.org. Learn more about Measure A1.

Measure A1 Annual Reports

January 2017 through June 2018 Annual Report, approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors on May 18, 2021

The annual report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 is currently under review and can be found in the September 23, 2021 meeting materials below. Later reports are currently in production.


2024 Regular Meetings

2023 Regular Meetings

2022 Regular Meetings

2021 Regular Meetings

2020 Regular Meeting Calendar

Oversight Committee meetings are normally held at 9:30 a.m. in the Public Meeting Room, Room 160, at 224 W. Winton Avenue in Hayward, CA 94544. During Shelter In Place all meetings are held via teleconference. Please see the agenda for instructions on accessing the meetings via computer or telephone. All regular meetings are open to the public.

Swearing in of Measure A1 Oversight Committee Jan. 30, 2020 - Photo by Bob Fuller

Our Mandate

"Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee: A Citizen's Oversight Committee will be established to review the annual report each year to ensure that bond proceeds are being spent in compliance with this ballot measure."

- Alameda County Board of Supervisors Resolution and Order No. 2016-195

Committee Structure approved by the Board of Supervisors

A1 Oversight Committee By-Laws

Who We Are

The Oversight Committee is made up of 15 volunteer members representing community stakeholder groups. A full roster and list of seats can be found here.