Hub Sites in San Leandro
The City of San Leandro is supporting the development of a network of resilience hubs, spaces and blocks, through workshops, consulting and funding opportunities.
This network of sites – including places of worship, community centers, and neighborhoods – will center the most vulnerable populations and focus on disaster preparedness, community care and belonging, and climate mitigation and adaptation to be “ready for anything”.
The Resilience Hubs Initiative Map
Our hub sites include:
- Temple Beth Sholom: Temple Beth Sholom is an historic synagogue with a forward-thinking leadership. Their resilience hubs practices include becoming certified as a green business, preschool and childcare services, mutual aid, and more.
- Church of Christ and Lewis Ave Neighborhood: The San Leandro Church of Christ & Lewis Ave Neighbors are growing a community garden and have hosted a number of neighborhood block parties and socials.
- Bethel Presbyterian Community Church: Bethel Community Church’s food distribution, community garden, tiny home project, and other community programming make it an amazing example of resiliency in action.
- Teen Advocacy Going Strong (TAGS): TAGS is a nonprofit, second-hand clothing store and workspace dedicated to serving teens and young adults ages 13-24.
- Korean Community Center of the East Bay (KCCEB): The mission of KCCEB is to empower immigrants in the Bay Area through access to education, services, resources and advocacy. They are a bridge helping individuals get needed resources at critical moments in their lives.
- Davis St Community Center: Since 1972, Davis Street has been a key community leader in guiding families and individuals out of poverty and into productive lives by helping others help themselves. They provide a full range of necessary services, from medical care and child care to food and clothing.
- First United Methodist Church: First United Methodist Church, San Leandro has a long, proud history of serving the community of San Leandro, through the dedication of our leadership, pastors and volunteers. They currently host a warming shelter for the unhoused during the winter months.
- Faith Fellowship Foursquare Church: Faith Fellowship is a multicultural church in the Manor neighborhood of San Leandro.
- Mulford Gardens Improvement Association: The mission of the Mulford Gardens Improvement Association is the protection and enhancement of the lands and community in the historic Mulford Gardens neighborhood. They seek to improve the social, cultural, and environmental conditions of the neighborhood through community spaces, events, and other outreach efforts.
- Manor Branch Library and Washington Manor Neighborhood: The City is collaborating with local residents from the Washington Manor neighborhood to make the Branch Library a community hub that serves all.
- iDEAFINITY: IDEAFINITY strives to reduce the accessibility gap by providing an array of services specifically designed to help the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community and emergency responders better prepare for such dangers by ensuring full access and preparedness.
- San Leandro Food Sovereignty Project: This neighborhood project seeks to establish the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and the right to define and control our own food and agriculture systems, including markets, production modes, food cultures, and environments.
Graphic illustration of resilience hubs and some of their potential uses