What's Changing When California Reopens on June 15?


What's Changing When California Reopens on June 15?

Alameda County is rescinding its Shelter-in-Place Order in order to fully align with the State's Beyond the Blueprint Framework.

Effective tomorrow, June 15, 2021, new Health Officer Order 21-01a aligns the County with the restrictions, terms, and conditions imposed on individuals, businesses, and activities by the State's Public Health Officer Order issued on June 11, which means no more physical distancing, no more capacity limits on businesses, no more county tiers, and relaxed mask guidance.

Alameda County remains aligned with the State's face masking mandate. Under that mandate, everyone should wear a mask in the following settings, even if fully vaccinated:

  • On public transit and in transit hubs, such as airports, train and subway stations, and ferry landings
  • Indoors in schools, childcare, and other youth settings
  • Health care settings and long-term care facilities
  • Correctional facilities and detention centers
  • Homeless and emergency shelters and cooling centers
  • Union City's City Hall and other City buildings (All workplaces governed by Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standards must continue to follow their
    current standards and any forthcoming updates, including masking requirements for employees.)

To help residents and employers understand changing COVID-19 guidance and what moving Beyond the Blueprint means for them, employees, and clients and customers, Alameda County is hosting two Community Updates:

  • For Residents: Tomorrow, June 15, from 6-7:30 pm;
  • For Employers: June 21, from 6-7:30 pm; This Community Update will include an overview of Cal/OSHA's updated standards so the appropriate steps can be taken to ensure a safe work environment.

To learn more and to get the Zoom link for these events, visit here.

Read the full press release here.


Expect Temporary Traffic Impacts for Street Paving Project

Over the next few weeks, ACWD and the City of Union City are partnering on a street paving project to improve the street surfaces of Alvarado-Niles Road and Smith Street. This collaboration joins resources to increase efficiency and reduce costs. The paving project is expected to cause traffic impacts - please plan travel routes accordingly.

Project schedule:

June 11 - 25: Expect traffic delays on Alvarado-Niles and Smith Street from Santa Maria Drive to Union City Blvd.

The project comes as ACWD wraps up its seismic improvements to water mains to improve water supply reliability in the area. We thank the residents and businesses of Union City for your patience while we work on these critical infrastructure upgrades.

We do apologize for any inconvenience and thank the Union City community. For more information on the investments made to the water delivery system for the Alvarado-Niles Pipeline Seismic Improvement Project, visit the ACWD website..


Vaccines Available Every Weekend at Old Decoto School

COVID-19 vaccines are available every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Old Decoto School (Corner of H & 6th Streets)! The hours are as follows:

Fridays (Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson): 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Saturdays (Moderna): 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Sundays (Moderna): 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Walk-ins are accepted, or you can book your appointment in advance here: https://www.primarybio.com/r/alco-vax-signup


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Fwd: The Fremont Green Challenge - April 2021



April 2021
Celebrate Earth Day 2021

Join the City in celebrating Earth Day 2021 for the entire month of April! There are several ways you can safely celebrate. Our partner organizations are hosting informational workshops throughout the month, and the City is sharing information about simple actions you can take at home to help address climate change.

For a list of events, actions, and resources, please visit the City's Earth Day webpage. Celebrate Earth Day and help create a vibrant, safe, and healthy future for Fremont!

Earth Day Webpage
The Fremont Green Challenge Gets FIERCE
This month, FIERCE, an organization of sustainably-minded high school students across Fremont, is taking action for a healthy climate and planet with their Fremont Green Challenge competition.

For the competition, which officially started on March 28, the students are tracking their actions and environmental savings on the Fremont Green Challenge platform. This five-week challenge pushes students to consider their daily choices across several sustainability categories with weekly themes: 
  • Week 1: Community and Learning (3/28)
  • Week 2: Eat Green, Waste Less (4/4)
  • Week 3: Water Wise (4/11)
  • Week 4: Energy (4/18)
  • Week 5: Free for All (4/25)
Outstanding students will be entered in a weekly raffle for prizes starting on the second week, with a final prize of $100 awarded to the school with the most actions to use toward future sustainability efforts. Fremont students from all five public high schools are participating!

FIERCE students shared their inspirations for taking part in this competition. Sriya B from Irvington HS commented that "environmental sustainability holds a special place in my heart." Rishi G from American HS agreed that they "joined the Fremont Green Challenge to battle apathy towards environmental problems in Fremont and work with other passionate student environmentalists."

Are you a high school student that wants to join? Contact FIERCE on Facebook or by email for more information about how to represent your school.

Every Fremont resident can play along throughout the year by signing up on the Fremont Green Challenge platform and logging their sustainable actions!
Clean Energy Programs
The City's Sustainability team has a new resource to share, a Clean Energy Programs handout! Find information about available programs that include utility savings, home energy upgrade programs, and electric vehicle discounts.
Are You a Bike-Friendly Driver? Take the Quiz
The Southern Alameda County Spare the Air team is partnering with Bike East Bay to help teach drivers how to share the road safely with cyclists. Drivers (new or experienced) can test their knowledge about driving safely around people biking and walking by taking a 6-question quiz from Bike East Bay. Answers are provided at the end of the quiz and are specific to California state law. Those who complete the quiz will be entered into a drawing to win a $50 gift card!

Interested in requesting a bike-friendly driver class for a company, school, or other community organization? Fill out the short class application form at BikeEastBay.org/ClassRequest or find a free workshop to attend at BikeEastBay.org/education.
Community Classes and Events
ReScape Carbon Sequestration in Landscape Series
April 19, 12pm: Sequester Carbon to Mitigate Climate Change
Virtual

Find out more about climate change landscape challenges and solutions in this webinar series hosted by PG&E and ReScape. Webinars are headlined by leaders in regenerative practices with a focus on carbon sequestration. Register.
PG&E 2021 Water Conservation Showcase
Tuesdays in April
Virtual


As in past years, the 2021 Water Showcase will have industry experts highlighting the technologies, policies, and strategies that conserve water. More information available at waterconservationshowcase.com
Online Landscape Workshop: Restore Our Earth, One Native Plant at a Time
April 21, 7-8pm
Virtual, hosted by the Alameda County Water District (ACWD) and the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA)


This Earth Day, do your part to help restore our natural world, starting with your own yard! Learn about the benefits of planting California natives and how to plant and care for them so you can create your own beautiful, low water use garden. Zoom link will be emailed day of event. Event is free. Registration required.
 
The Grey Water Project's Earth Day Event
April 24, 9:30am kickoff

Join The Grey Water Project and learn about grey water systems at this event, which features distinguished guest speakers from water.org, National Geographic, and the World Wildlife Fund. Participants can also sign up as speakers at the Open Mic portion or participate in the Art Competition to win prizes (submissions due by April 20). The event is co-sponsored by Tri City Ecology Center, the Smithsonian, and the Society for ScienceFind out more and register.
 
Drive Clean Earth Day Webinar
April 24, 4-5pm
Virtual

For Earth Month, Drive Clean Bay Area is hosting a tell-a-friend campaign about clean vehicles. The Drive-Clean-A-Thon campaign will bring people together for an inspiring EV myth-busting webinar on April 24. This special event will highlight the benefits of EVs and e-bikes, offer participants the opportunity to make Earth Day pledges, and provide updates about their June Preferred Pricing Campaign. More information.

 
   
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