Our Office remembers the late Supervisor Wilma Chan as a champion of community, a fierce leader, and a trusted colleague. She devoted her career to helping the underserved and uninsured, with a passion for children, families and seniors, early childhood...
We are seeing another winter surge in COVID cases this year and the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) encourages everyone to stay vigilant and take steps to lower the risk of contracting COVID-19. Get vaccinated, wear a mask in public (both indoors and...
Yesterday, a new indoor masking order easing some requirements in indoor settings where everyone is fully vaccinated. Eligible settings must be controlled spaced not open to the general public, including offices, gyms, religious gatherings, and other organized...
Supervisor Chan’s Winter 2020 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about Census 2020, my work to seat the Eden Municipal Advisory Council (MAC), my support for Alameda County’s local food economy, and much more.
Supervisor Chan’s Fall 2019 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about my work on a proposed Tobacco Retail License (TRL) ordinance, establishing an Eden Municipal Advisory Council, and protecting our immigrant communities.
Supervisor Chan’s Summer 2019 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about my work on ALL IN’s Food as Medicine initiative, the unveiling of new water stations in Oakland Unified School District, and my Spring County Update.
Supervisor Chan’s Winter 2019 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about my work to address the federal shutdown impacts in Alameda County, prepare for the 2020 Census, my annual toy drive, and more.
Supervisor Chan’s Fall 2018 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about my work to prepare for the 2020 census, protect immigrant and refugee communities, and respond to pop-up restaurant regulations.
Supervisor Chan’s Summer 2018 NewsletterIn this edition you can read about the various events I held in my district, my work to provide resources to our most vulnerable populations – including young children ages 0-3 and those experiencing homelessness – and much more.
Supervisor Chan’s Winter 2017 NewsletterIn this edition of my newsletter you can read about the work I have been doing to bring more resources for child care and early education, various community events I hosted in my district, advocacy work to protect immigrant & refugee families, and more.
Supervisor Chan’s Spring 2017 NewsletterIn this edition of my newsletter you can read about the work I have been doing to help address the County’s housing crisis, my partnership with the Social Services Agency to provide free tax preparation services, and my Fight for Medi-Cal campaign.