Supervisor David Haubert, 6/2/23 Newsletter


Greetings from Supervisor Haubert

Dear Friends,

As we enter Pride Month, I want to reaffirm my dedication to protecting the LGBTQIA+ community from discrimination and marginalization. At the County, equity remains a paramount focus, and I implore our communities to embrace the same commitment. Pride Month also serves as a reminder to honor the diverse experiences and contributions of the LGBTQIA+ community. Together, let us champion fairness, equality, and compassion for all.

We invite you to read this newsletter and stay connected with the latest updates, as your engagement is greatly appreciated. As always, if there is anything that my office can do to assist you regarding County-specific matters, please feel free to reach out at



Supervisor David Haubert
Alameda County Supervisor, Vice President
First District

Livermore Rodeo Parade


Join me and my staff as we celebrate the vibrant Livermore Rodeo Parade on June 10! Hosted by the Livermore Rodeo and taking place in Downtown Livermore at 10 AM, this annual event brings together local organizations, schools, businesses, and residents to keep the heritage of the Livermore Rodeo alive for generations to come. 

Living Arroyos Clean Up


We extend our deepest gratitude to Living Arroyos, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and the incredible members of our community who generously volunteered their time to clean litter from the Arroyo Mocho stream. Your dedication and efforts have made a significant impact on our water quality and environmental health.

By removing litter from the stream, we are actively working to preserve the delicate balance of our ecosystem. Not only does this help maintain the cleanliness and beauty of our surroundings, but it also safeguards the health of our local wildlife and plants.

Your commitment to environmental stewardship sets an inspiring example for others to follow. Together, we are creating a cleaner and healthier environment for present and future generations to enjoy.




Cornerstone Friday Morning Outreach


We are delighted to share an inspiring story of community collaboration and compassion.

Our District 1 office recently awarded a $55,000 American Rescue Plan Act Grant to Cornerstone Church for actively working to assist unhoused individuals by bringing together multiple organizations every Friday morning from 9-11 AM! In addition to receiving one-on-one consultation with dedicated organizations to obtain crucial support and services, individuals are given a hot breakfast, shower, and clothing.

Among the organizations present each week are:

  • Abode Services, specializing in housing crisis assistance and intake.
  • CityServe of the Tri-Valley, offering a range of services to support the community.
  • Monthly Miracles, providing vital resources and support to individuals facing various challenges.
  • Tri-Valley Haven, a remarkable organization dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic violence and homelessness.
  • Partners for Change, an organization focused on creating positive change and empowering individuals.
  • Entouch Wireless, offering communication resources to help individuals stay connected.
  • CHOMP Bay Area Community Health Mobile Dental Clinic, providing essential dental care services (9 AM - 4 PM).
  • Arukah, a dedicated organization committed to helping those in need.

On the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month, Horizon Treatment Services/Project Eden East County joins the effort, offering specialized treatment services to individuals in need. On the 2nd and 4th Friday, Axis Community Health and CRIL (Community Resources for Independent Living) provide valuable support and resources to unhoused individuals.

On the 4th Friday of every month, Your Taco Guy graciously caters the event, showing their generosity and commitment to giving back to the community. Great Clips also visits every two months to offer haircuts and grooming services. Their next visit is scheduled for June 9th, providing individuals with a fresh look and a boost of confidence. 

As the weather improves, Cornerstone Church hopes to accommodate even more organizations and expand the range of services available to unhoused individuals. This incredible collaboration reflects the power of community partnerships and the profound impact we can have when we come together to support those in need.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Cornerstone Church and all the organizations involved for their dedication, compassion, and unwavering commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of our most vulnerable community members. Together, we are building a more caring and compassionate community.





I am happy to announce that our District 1 office has partnered with Tri-Valley Seek and Save on a new car donation program. 

We enthusiastically welcome donated cars from any part of Alameda County, as we strive to extend the impact of this program and assist individuals across the region.

We are incredibly grateful to our program partners for their invaluable contributions and dedication to this initiative. Together, Pleasanton Big O Tires, Livermore Big O Tires, Allen's Automotive & Tow in Livermore, and Mrs. B's DMV Services in Livermore form a formidable team that is committed to transforming lives and fostering a stronger community.

With your support, we can provide the gift of safe transportation to those who need it most. Let us work hand in hand to uplift our Tri-Valley Neighbors in need and ensure their path to independence and success.

Book Your Event at Oakland Arena 


We invite you to watch an exciting promotional video from the Oakland Arena, highlighting their exceptional event hosting capabilities. Discover the state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and unparalleled service that make the Oakland Arena the perfect choice for your next event. Don't miss this opportunity to see what the Oakland Arena has to offer—watch the video and envision your event coming to life in this extraordinary venue.




Asian Pacific-Islander American Public Affairs


Our office recently awarded APAPA Tri-Valley Chapter and APAPA Greater Fremont grants of $25,000 each in support of their organization, Asian Pacific-Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA). These grants will bolster their critical mission to fight against Asian hate, promote civic engagement, and cultivate leadership within our AAPI communities.

The event was attended by an impressive roster of dedicated individuals who are committed to this cause, including:

  • CCYin - Founder
  • Joe Johal National - Vice Chair
  • Henry Yin - National Board Member
  • Margaret Liang - APAPA TVC Chair
  • Susana Ordway - APAPA TVC VP
  • Peggy Chiou - APAPA GFC Chair
  • Marvin Wong - APAPA GFC former Chair
  • Yang Shao - APAPA GFC VP
  • Raj Salwan - Fremont City Councilmember

We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Yo India TV for their coverage and providing us with captivating photos from the event. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Together, we can make a difference and create positive change within our AAPI communities. Let us continue to stand united against hate and champion civic engagement and leadership.


California Classified School Employee of the Year


We are thrilled to announce that one of our outstanding high school paraprofessionals, Carmen Perea-Tellez, has been awarded the prestigious California Classified School Employee of the Year! This well-deserved recognition is a testament to Carmen's exceptional dedication and commitment to supporting students at Livermore High School.

As a bilingual instructional aide and English learner coordinator, Carmen goes above and beyond in her role. In addition to her full-time duties, she generously volunteers her time by providing tutoring sessions to English learner students twice a week after school. Her dedication extends beyond the classroom as she maintains regular contact with EL students and their families, ensuring their needs are met, and fostering a supportive learning environment.

Remarkably, Carmen also manages to balance her role as a paraprofessional while pursuing a full-time college education. Her ambitious goal of becoming a school counselor reflects her unwavering passion for supporting students' social-emotional well-being and academic success.

We extend our warmest congratulations to Carmen on receiving this esteemed award. Her remarkable work ethic, compassionate nature, and commitment to student achievement make her an inspiration to our entire school community.




City Updates


The Fremont Family Resource Center (FRC) is developing a Strategic Plan that will guide its course for the next five years. As a member of the Fremont community, Fremont is asking you to take a brief survey on MyFremont. Click here to take the survey. 

Want to know what our Police Department has been up to in the last year? Check out Fremont Police Department’s 2022 Annual Report

Click here to read more from the recent Fremont Connection.



The City invites you to come and learn about local government! Talk directly with City leadership and City staff about the very comprehensive Citywide Strategic Plan, the City’s budgetjob and volunteer opportunities, and more! Every City department will be represented there. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 6, 2023, from 3-5 p.m. outside of the Rincon Library located at 725 Rincon Ave.

We're excited to welcome the community back to Robertson Park for the City of Livermore’s 4th of July fireworks show this year! The “Salute to the 4th of July” community fireworks show will take place at 3200 Robertson Park Road on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. Click here to learn more. 

The Summer Reading Program is happening through August 16, 2023. Help us meet our community reading goal of 3 million minutes! All ages are encouraged to join. Participants who read and log their minutes have the opportunity to win prizes. Thank you to the Friends of the Livermore Library and our other sponsors.



The City of Dublin will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, June 2, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Dublin Civic Center (100 Civic Plaza). One spot still remains for anyone who wishes to donate. Click here to sign up. 

Dublin Police Services invites the community to participate in the 2023 National Night Out event, to be held on Tuesday, August 1, throughout the community. This annual event is designed to promote civic pride and unity among neighbors who share an anti-drug and anti-crime stance.

Click here to read more from Dublin's newsletter.



The City of Pleasanton is hosting an Open House event to gather community input for the City’s ongoing strategic planning process, to be held on Saturday, May 20 at the Pleasanton Library located at 400 Old Bernal Avenue.

Contact Us


Oakland Office: 
1221 Oak Street, Suite 536
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 272-6691

District Office:
4501 Pleasanton Avenue
Pleasanton, CA 94566
(925) 551-6995

Email Supervisor Haubert: 


Shawn Wilson, Chief of Staff

Melissa Hernandez, Health and Social Services 

Kathy Kimberlin, Fremont Field Director 

Lawson Bell, Supervisor's Assistant

Gloria Gregory, Tri-Valley Community Liaison Director

Luke Wu, Internship Program Director

Heather Cartwright, Office Manager