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2/25 Update:

This week, Contra Costa County remains in the purple tier in the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

On March 3, the City will host a Community Webinar on the San Ramon Walking District Master Plan, and if you missed last Friday's City Update on housing, the recording is available to watch on YouTube.

Below are the latest updates for the San Ramon community.

 

Contra Costa County Tier Metrics

This week, Contra Costa County remains in the purple tier in the State of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. As of 2/25, the County Metrics include: 12.5 new daily COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents (with an adjusted case rate of 11.9 for tier assignment), a 4.1% test positivity rate (7-day average), and 6.3% health equity quartile positivity rate. 

For Contra Costa County to move to the red tier, the following three criteria must be met for two consecutive weeks:

  • Case Rate: Less than 7 new cases per 100,000 residents
  • Positivity Rate: Less than 8% of tests countywide are positive
  • Equity Metric: Less than 8% of tests for residents of the lowest quartile of the Healthy Places Index census tracts are positive

View more data for Contra Costa at the County dashboard below, and learn more about tier assignments and metric details on the State of California's dashboard.

> View Contra Costa COVID-19 Dashboard

> View California COVID-19 Dashboard

 

San Ramon Walking District Master Plan Community Webinar: Wed, Mar 3 at 6 p.m.

The City has embarked on a process to develop a Walking District Master Plan for San Ramon’s City Core. Originating from a grassroots effort, this framework plan aims to define the location of walking and biking loops and enhance wayfinding and placemaking guidelines for the routes and signage in and around the city core.

Join us online on Wednesday, March 3, at 6 p.m. to learn about the project and share your insights on how to improve the walkability of San Ramon’s City Core. Visit the link below for more information on the Walking District and the upcoming webinar.

> Learn More About the Walking District & Community Webinar

 

Feb 19 City Update on Housing: Watch Recording on YouTube

Last Friday, February 19, the City of San Ramon hosted a City Update on housing, which is available to watch on YouTube

Guests include San Ramon City Councilmember Sabina Zafar, California Senator Steve Glazer, California Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, San Ramon Community Development Director Debbie Chamberlain, and San Ramon Senior Planner Cindy Yee.

> Watch City Update on Housing

> Learn More about Live City Updates

 

Public Meetings Available to Watch on YouTube

Did you know? San Ramon City Council Meetings, Planning Commission Meetings, Parks and Community Services Commission Meetings, and more are streamed live and available to watch on the City of San Ramon’s YouTube channel.

Visit the links below to view Official Meetings and Notices on the City website, watch recordings of public meetings, and subscribe to the City’s YouTube channel.

> Official Meetings and Notices

> City of San Ramon on YouTube

 

Community Resources for San Ramon

The following information and resources are available at the City of San Ramon’s website, and are updated regularly:

 

Ways to Stay Informed

Website: www.sanramon.ca.gov/covid-19

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor

General Questions: (925) 973-2500

General COVID-19 Help Line for San Ramon: (925) 570-1186

Senior Hotline (English): (925) 973-3250

Senior Voicemail Line (Mandarin): (925) 973-3277

Contra Costa County Help Line: 2-1-1

Email: info@sanramon.ca.gov




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