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Emergency Messaging

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January 3, 2023 12:25 PM

Sand and Sand Bags Availability

Latest Update:

January 31, 2024 10:10 AM

Update as of 1000 hours, 1.31.2024

Reminder: Sand and Sand Bags are available to San Leandro residents at the Public Works Service Center (14200 Chapman Rd) and Fire Station # 12 (1065 143rd Ave - Sand and Sand Bags are located down the driveway behind station # 12).

  • Sand and Sand Bags are available 24/7 (While Supplies Last) 
  • Limit 10 bags per San Leandro household 
  • To expedite the filling process, please bring your own shovel  

January 3, 2023 10:16 AM

Winter Storm Updates

Winter Storm Updates

Latest Update:

January 31, 2024 10:08 AM

San Leandro is expected to experience heavy rain and winds over the next several days, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). 


Storm drains have limited capacity, and flooding may occur in low-lying areas and/or at high tide during an initial downpour based on the storm's severity. Since Public Works crews may take several hours to respond to reports of flooding, clogged storm drains, or downed tree limbs, you can assist by: 


Checking drainage systems and removing debris as necessary. Collecting and properly disposing of heavy leaf falls before storms occur. Removing leaves and debris from storm drain inlets with a rake or shovel. Join Adopt A Drain to regularly check the drain closest to your house. The City offers a limited supply of tools to adopters to keep inlets clear. Using sandbags and plastic sheeting to protect flood-prone entrances to homes. Driving slowly and carefully, particularly where water has accumulated on roadways. Stay tuned to local radio and television sources for the latest weather information. The City of San Leandro posts emergency information on the local radio channel AM 1610. Tree crews will respond to downed trees and limbs based on the seriousness of the hazard. During a storm, priority is given to removing trees and limbs from streets and sidewalks. Crews will also prioritize street tree and limb removal from homes, cars, and power lines. Property owners are reminded that clean-up of privately owned trees and branches is the owner's responsibility, whether the clean-up is on the owner's property or neighboring property, including City property. City trees that have fallen on private property are the responsibility of the City to clear. Property owners should contact private tree trimming/removal companies, their insurance companies, and utilities directly if their private tree falls and causes damage to their property. Private trees should be properly trimmed and maintained in advance of storm season to prevent tree failure and serious damage to private property during storms. 


The City advises residents to be cautious when using City parks since park paths may not be clear of debris, and broken branches and unstable trees could pose a danger to park users. Contacts If you experience emergency flooding or if a downed tree or limb causes a hazard, please use the following contact numbers: During regular business hours (7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday), call (510) 577-3440 (Public Works Department) After hours and on weekends and holidays, call (510) 577-2740 (Police Dispatch) Do not call 911 to report flooding unless rising water poses an immediate threat to life or safety. 


For PG&E power outages, please visit, https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/outages/current-outages/report-view-an-electric-outage/find-or-report-electric-outages.page or 1-800-743-5002 If you live near a flood control wall, it is more than likely the jurisdiction of Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. 


For more information, please visit their website at https://acfloodcontrol.org/the-work-we-do/resources/ or call 510.670.5480. 


Sandbags Sand and Bags are available to San Leandro residents at the Public Works Service Center located at 14200 Chapman Road and Fire Station # 12 (1065 143rd Ave - Sand and Sand Bags are located down the driveway behind station # 12).

Bags and sand are available 24/7 (While Supplies Last) Limit ten bags per San Leandro household. 




To expedite the filling process, please bring your shovel. 

Holiday Closures

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New Website Launch

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San Leandro Senior Community Center

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January 6, 2023

San Leandro Senior Community Center Update

As previously announced, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system at the Senior Community Center is nearing the end of its lifespan and is currently not functioning due to a broken component. Replacement parts for the system have been...

San Leandro Senior Community Center Update

Latest Update:

January 6, 2023 5:15 PM

As previously announced, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system at the Senior Community Center is nearing the end of its lifespan and is currently not functioning due to a broken component. Replacement parts for the system have been ordered though their delivery has been delayed due to ongoing supply chain issues that are outside of the City’s control. The City takes this matter seriously and is using all means at its disposal to pursue the necessary parts and will install them as soon as they are available. A complete replacement of the HVAC system has also been funded and authorized by the City Council with installation currently envisioned for late 2023.


The Senior Community Center will be open on a limited basis until the parts are received and installed. Current interim operating hours are: 10:00am - 1:00pm, Monday - Friday. Spectrum Senior Meals will be available at 12:00pm Monday - Friday by advance reservation. Please call 1 (510) 825-9793 for more information regarding the Spectrum Senior Meal Program or to reserve a meal at least three business days in advance.


We appreciate the public’s patience as we work through these challenging circumstances. Additional messaging will be posted on the City’s communications channels. The Recreation Division’s Customer Service staff can provide specific information regarding class and activity cancellations. Reach out at [email protected] or 1 (510) 577-3462.

Sesquicentennial Event Series

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