City Council meeting comes to South Hayward tonight
A work session on potential approaches to increasing the minimum wage in Hayward will be one subject of a special City Council meeting to be held this evening, Tuesday, Oct. 15, at Matt Jimenez Community Center in South Hayward.
The meeting, scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., also will provide residents an opportunity to address the Council on other issues of concern during a public comment period reserved for topics not otherwise appearing on the meeting agenda.
The Council meeting, taking place at the Community Center at 28200 Ruus Road, is part of the City’s effort to foster greater accessibility to government—one of several goals identified by a special Community Task Force for building a more inclusive, equitable and compassionate community in Hayward.
To learn more about this effort, you can read and download a copy of the Community Task Force’s final report, the Commitment for an Inclusive, Equitable and Compassionate Community.
To review the agenda for the Council meeting, visit the Meeting & Agenda Center on the City’s website to watch a live stream of tonight's meeting on YouTube click here. For more information or if you have special needs, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (510) 583-4400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.