City Manager Kelly McAdoo standing in front of her office door

The cover of last year’s Annual Report mailer featured Hayward Sustainability Specialist Nicole Grucky flashing the heart sign at our weekly COVID-19 food distribution site. It reflected the spirit of our extraordinary City of Hayward pandemic relief effort and the resilience of the Hayward community.
Colorful pie charts depicting American Rescue Plan Act & Homelessness Response Strategy funds

The City of Hayward will receive approximately $38 million under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 economic stimulus bill passed by Congress and signed into law on March 11, 2021.
A signed support beam and a sign that reads One Hayward at the new Hayward Subaru location

New businesses are coming to the City of Hayward. See how we are growing.
The Hayward solar array at the Hayward Shoreline

the City of Hayward is taking steps to protect our environment.
Cartoon drawing of a multicultural community

On May 18, the City Council directed staff to begin testing and implementing nine high-priority projects intended to address local concerns raised during community conversations on policing and public safety.
Drone footage of the Lincoln Landing project

Lincoln Landing, which broke ground on Foothill Boulevard in October 2019, is bringing 476 new apartments, 80,500 square feet of retail space and starting next year thousands of new residents to downtown Hayward.
The Stack Center rendering at night

On July 31, a kick-off celebration marked the start of fundraising for a new youth and family center at Tennyson and Ruus roads.