2021 Alameda County Supervisorial Districts Child and Family Data for Action

 

Data profiles contain the following:

 

  • Financial Reality for Alameda County Families. Income required to meet a family's basic needs, cost of child care, children experiencing homelessness, public benefits
  • Our Work by District. Place-based investments, partnerships, community-driven programming
  • District Demographics. Total district population, families in poverty, Strong Start Index Score relative to state and county, sites served by First 5 Alameda County contractors
  • Quality Early Care and Education by District. Total sites, total children served, types of child care providers, Quality Counts ratings.

District 1

 

  • Supervisor David Haubert
  • Cities of Dublin and Livermore; most of the city of Fremont; a portion of the unincorporated community of Sunol; and most of the unincorporated area of the Livermore-Amador Valley.

District 2

 

  • Supervisor Richard Valle, Board President
  • Cities of Hayward, Newark and Union City; the northern portion of the city of Fremont; and a portion of the unincorporated community of Sunol

District 3

 

  • Supervisor Wilma Chan
  • Cities of Alameda and San Leandro; a portion of the city of Oakland, including the Chinatown, San Antonio, Fruitvale and Melrose areas; the unincorporated communities of San Lorenzo and Hayward Acres; and a portion of the unincorporated community of Ashland

District 4

 

  • Supervisor Nate Miley
  • Cities of Pleasanton, including the adjacent unincorporated Castlewood and Happy Valley areas; the Lower Hills, South Hills and Elmhurst areas of Oakland; the unincorporated communities of Castro Valley, Cherryland, and Fairview; and most of the unincorporated community of Ashland

District 5

 

  • Supervisor Keith Carson, Board Vice President
  • Cities of Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Piedmont and a portion of Oakland including West Oakland, North Oakland, and the North Hills areas 
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