The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office will hold its annual Cop Shop BBQ on Friday, September 27th, from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church in Castro Valley. There will be food, great people, and a raffle prizes. Click the image below for the flyer with details.
Painting of San Lorenzo’s Community Identifier
to begin in early September!
The Alameda County Arts Commission announces that artist John Wehrle will begin painting the San Lorenzo Community Identifier on both sides of the I-880 Highway overpass above Hesperian Boulevard in early September. The anticipated start date is Wednesday, September 4. John Wehrle’s design includes the words “San Lorenzo” and images of the San Lorenzo Creek including depictions of water, Sycamore tree leaves, and other natural elements such as a dragonfly, turtle, duck, and butterfly. The artist will work during daytime hours, Mondays through Fridays. It will take approximately three to four weeks to complete the project. Professional traffic control will be on site to control lane closures and help ensure public safety. Drivers should expect some delays. For comments and questions, community members can call the Project Hotline at 510-891-5597.
There are three Community Identifier Projects in the County’s unincorporated areas of Ashland/Cherryland, Castro Valley, and San Lorenzo. The Ashland/Cherryland and Castro Valley Community Identifiers were completed in late July 2019. The projects were developed through community interest and support. The overall goal is to help support a positive and welcoming environment for the community and visitors. Community members were involved in the projects from their inception by contributing to community surveys about their neighborhoods, participating in community roundtables and community meetings, providing comments about the artists’ proposal designs, and serving on the artist selection committees. The projects were officially reviewed and approved by the Members of the Alameda County Arts Commission and the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. The projects are being completed in accordance with requirements of the Alameda County Public Works
Digital mock-up of San Lorenzo Community Identifier design by artist John Wehrle
Anticipated start date for painting is Wednesday, September 4
For more information, please contact the Alameda County Arts Commission, a Division of the County of Alameda.
It’s early, but SAVE THE DATE — Saturday, October 26th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the San Lorenzo Village HALLOWEEN event is just around the corner. All the fun festivities will be outdoors this year. Mark it in you calendar, and click on the image below for a flyer.
On the third Saturday of each month for the rest of the year, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., you can drop off your old mattress or box springs at the corner of Mission & Hampton (20095 Mission Blvd in Cherryland)
For more information, contact the office of Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley at 510-670-5717, or click the image below for a flyer. Bye Bye Mattress is a program of the Mattress Recycling Council.
Attention Homeowners of the San Lorenzo Village Homes Association: The last day to pay the 2019 Assessment of $125 without penalty was February 1st. If you have not submitted your payment, we urge you to contact the Association Office for your current balance, so you may make your payment immediately.
Delinquent accounts can be sent to collections, where additional fees will apply, increasing the balance owed.
If you have not submitted your payment, we urge you to contact the Association Office for your current balance, and make your payment immediately.
Assessments can be paid online at https://www.mutualpaypropertypay.com/ Please be advised that this is through a third-party service, and Mutual Pay Property may charge its own fee to process a payment.
Please Note:If you own more than one (1) property, please submit assessment payments separately for each property, so that payments are applied to the correct account.
The Street Sweeping Map and Schedule has been added to the website. You can find the page by clicking here, or by going to “About Us” above, and selecting it from the menu that pops up. On that page you can view the map, or click to download a PDF with the schedule and map, as well as a street index for the San Lorenzo Village.