Please join us for the Ribbon Cutting Event commemorating the completion of the Hesperian Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project on Saturday, February 4th from 1-3pm. This event will take place at the corner of Hesperian Boulevard and Paseo Grande in San Lorenzo. Alameda County Supervisor Lena Tam will speak and honor the legacy of Wilma Chan. Program includes Alameda County Public Works Agency Director Daniel Woldesenbet and others involved in the project.
The event also celebrates the completion of the public artwork by artist Vanessa Marsh. The artwork is in the form of stencil sandblasting on the sidewalks and featured on street banners and utility boxes along Hesperian Boulevard. The public art project was managed by the Alameda County Arts Commission in partnership with the Alameda County Public Works Agency.
Do you know someone who makes a great impact on our communities by working tirelessly behind the scenes, not for glory and recognition but toward the humble ideal of doing their part to make the world a better place?
If you know someone who is making a difference in our community – let us know, and we will shine the Community Spotlight on them. Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org; see below for the information needed.