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SLERP

Bringing Our Community's Vision to Life

Developing a community vision

From 2019 to 2023, San Leandro 2050 met and listened to residents to explore the question “What does the future of San Leandro look like to you?” 

We walked in neighborhoods, stood in parks, participated in community, church, city, and neighborhood gatherings, and even built a community garden space to create opportunities for conversation with residents of all walks of life.

In total, we hosted or were a part of 67 events and gathered 800 survey responses. As part of this process, we developed a neighborhood action plan. 

Based on our top-rated survey responses, we developed four project concepts. 

To build out the four project concepts, we held discussion groups with residents to ask more specific questions about what the projects should include.

These projects are guiding San Leandro 2050’s 5-Year Strategy:

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San Leandro Emission Reduction Plan

Our vision for success by 2030

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Project  1: Safe biking and walking for all 
GOAL: Build 30 percent of San Leandro’s protected bike network by 2030.
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Project  3: Promote community connection
GOAL: Goal: Build a network of community resilience centers by 2030.
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Project  2: Affordable housing 
GOAL: Goal: Work with partners to accelerate affordable housing nears jobs and transit.
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Project 4: Electric trucks for better air
GOAL: Convert half of San Leandro’s heavy duty, diesel powered trucks to electric options by 2030.
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This project was funded with grants from the California Air Resources Board and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, regional and state initiatives that put billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities.

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