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Weekly Update: September 23, 2021
Posted on 09/23/2021

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City of San Ramon News & Information Update

Thursday, September 23, 2021


General Plan Update Community Workshop & Community Survey

Plan San Ramon

In summer 2021, the City of San Ramon kicked off updates to the General Plan, Housing Element, and Climate Action Plan. These three guiding documents serve as the City’s long-term plan for land use, housing, and climate policies, and are scheduled to take two years to complete.

On Thursday, September 9, 2021, the City of San Ramon hosted a virtual Community Engagement Workshop on the update to the General Plan, Housing Element, and Climate Action Plan. An introduction to the project was provided, and community input was invited. A full recording of the workshop is now available to watch on YouTube.

Residents are also invited to complete a Community Survey on how you envision San Ramon evolving over the next two decades. The survey contains 30 short questions, should take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete, and is available online until Sunday, October 31.

To learn more about the General Plan update, visit PlanSanRamon.com.

If you have any questions regarding this project or the public workshop, please contact Cindy Yee, Senior Planner at (925) 973-2560.

> Watch Sep 9 Community Workshop

> Respond to Community Survey

> Learn more about the General Plan Update 


Alcosta Construction Update

San Ramon Road Work

The City’s contractor has completed roadway improvement work on northbound Alcosta Boulevard between Pine Valley Road and Burning Tree Drive. The contractor will perform miscellaneous close out items for the next two weeks while maintaining thru-traffic during this phase of work. Minor traffic disruptions are expected.


COVID-19: Proof of Vaccination or Test Required for Some Contra Costa Businesses

As of Sep 22, 2021, everyone 12 years and older must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or a negative test result, before going to high-risk indoor businesses such as restaurants, bars and gyms in Contra Costa County. Workers at these businesses must be fully vaccinated or test weekly, starting November 1, 2021.

> CCHS Health Order: Requiring Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test Result for High-Risk Businesses

> Press Release

> Frequently Asked Questions

> Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record


San Ramon Historic Foundation Presents: Oktoberfest
Saturday, October 2, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Oktoberfest 2021

The San Ramon Historic Foundation is hosting Oktoberfest at Forest Home Farms (19953 San Ramon Valley Blvd.) on Saturday, October 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oktoberfest will feature German food, music, dancing, and, of course, beer tastings from five different breweries. For more information and tickets, visit the link below.

> More Info & Tickets


Survey on Bocce Court Usage

Bocce Survey

The Parks and Community Services Department is gathering feedback on Bocce Ball Court usage and future programming opportunities. Please visit the link below to complete the survey by October 24.

> Complete Survey


CA COVID Rent Relief Program

CA COVID Rent Relief Landlords

If someone you know is unable to pay rent or utilities due to COVID-19 and are at-risk of eviction, encourage them to apply for 100% assistance through the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program.

Landlords – If you have income-eligible renters who are behind on their rent, you can submit a joint application for the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program to help support this income loss. Receive compensation for unpaid rent dating back to April 1, 2020 as well as future payments. Visit HousingIsKey.com or call 833-430-2122 to learn more and apply.


Fare-Free Transit throughout the Month of September

Free Fares in September

County Connection, Tri Delta Transit, WestCAT, and Wheels are going fare-free on all routes for the entire month of September! This includes Tri MyRide, Paratransit routes, and even WestCAT’s express Lynx service between Contra Costa and San Francisco.

> Learn More about Fare-Free Rides in September


Questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? Ask an expert.

Get Answers Contra Costa

Understanding that many people have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines, John Muir Health and Kaiser Permanente recently launched GetAnswersContraCosta.org. The website includes answers to common vaccine questions and issues as well as an online portal where questions can be submitted and answered.

> Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines at GetAnswersContraCosta.org


Free Student Bus Passes Still Available

Pass2Class

Could your K-12 student use County Connection, WestCAT, AC Transit, or Tri Delta Transit to get to or from school? Apply now for up to two months of free student bus rides! Passes are available while supplies last; limit two (2) students per household.

> Learn More and Apply for Pass2Class

College students can ride free too! Apply for Try Transit and get a $25 Clipper card to take the bus or BART to campus.

> Learn More and Apply for Try Transit


San Ramon Performing Arts: Tickets for 2021-22 Season Now Available

San Ramon Performing Arts 2021-22

San Ramon Performing Arts is proud to present the upcoming 2021–22 Season!

This season will feature Jake Shimabukuro (November 6, 2021), The Purple Xperience (February 27, 2022), and The Underwater Bubble Show (March 27, 2022) at the Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center (10550 Albion Road).

Tickets are on sale now at the link below, or by calling (925) 973-3343.

> More Information & Tickets


Questions?
Call City Hall at (925) 973-2500 or email [email protected]