South Hayward Youth and Family Center
Latest News: This project has completed 100% Design Development. The Governance Group met on February 1, 2021 to review the designs and renderings. You can see an excerpt package of the renderings here and watch the Governance Group presentation below.
Since 2013, The City of Hayward, Alameda County (County), and Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District (HARD) have worked towards a shared vision of constructing and operating a new center at the corner of Tennyson and Ruus Roads called the South Hayward Youth and Family Center (SHYFC). The project site is on City-owned property and located at 680 West Tennyson Road.
In 2015, the City, County, and HARD formed the SHYFC Governance Group. To date, the Governance Group has identified a portion of the funding for the project, selected a non-profit operator, and conducted a Request for Proposals process to select RossDrulisCusenbery, Inc (RDC) for the design phases of the project. In 2018, La Familia was added to the Governance Group as the selected Lead Operator for the future Center.
- 2014 - The County Board of Supervisors allocated $9.6 million of one-time residual property tax funds for the SHYFC
- 2015 - SHYFC Governance Group formed, with the City of Hayward, Alameda County, and Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District
- 2015 - The County accepted a $5 million grant from the Kaiser Regional Foundation for the project
- 2017 - The Governance Group identified La Familia Counseling Services and Eden Youth and Family Center as the recommended facility operators
- 2018 - The City executed a facility operator agreement with La Familia and Eden Youth and Family Center
- 2018 - The Governance Group identified RDC as the recommended design consultant
- 2020 - Design Development Completed