Kelly McAdoo sitting on white marble stairs smiling at the camera

Together, we have accomplished a lot over the past year here in Hayward. This second #HaywardForward Annual Report covers just some of the highlights.
Two brightly colored pie charts

The General Fund pays for primary municipal services. We have made significant progress closing a structural budget gap and made additional steps to put Hayward on the path to long-term fiscal sustainability.
Housing being built on the corner of Valle Vista Ave and Mission Blvd.

A primary focus of our work as a City has been expanding housing access and housing stability for all. To that end, new legislation has been enacted, new investments made and new development projects are breaking ground and under construction.
Chief Chaplin smiling at a podium during his swearing in

We welcomed our new Chief of Police in Toney Chaplin, a career San Francisco officer and Hayward resident with a leadership style that is inclusive, optimistic and forward-thinking.
People waling along the Hayward Shoreline on a sunny day

We remained top-of-class as a leader in environmental and climate protection by moving off carbon-based energy, investing in new recycled-water infrastructure and developing sea-level rise adaptation strategies.
Man walking outside of the new 21st Century Library and Community Learning Center

We opened our new 21st Century Library and Community Learning Center. At the helm is our new Library Services Director, Jayanti Addleman.