Additional Facility Needs

Maintaining municipal facilities ensures the longevity and functionality of critical public assets. These facilities, ranging from communication centers to public libraries and public works facilities, serve as the backbone of local governance and community services.
A woman sitting at a dispatch center computer taking calls

Regular upkeep and modernization not only extend the lifespan of these structures but also optimize their efficiency, reducing operational costs in the long run. Moreover, well-maintained municipal facilities provide a safe and welcoming environment for residents, employees, and visitors, fostering civic pride and a sense of belonging. Learn how Measure C can help fund such investments to support the overall well-being, functionality, and sustainability of the City of Hayward by addressing current and future facility needs.

Hayward Police DepartmentPublic Safety Center

Replacement of the Hayward Police Department headquarters with a contemporary public safety complex to house police operations, a modernized 9-1-1 dispatch center, youth and family support services and an adequate animal care and control facility.


Weekes Public LibraryWeekes Branch Library

Replacement of Hayward Public Library’s Weekes Branch to provide expanded books and multimedia library materials and updated community learning services, meeting and study rooms, and other much needed resources in South Hayward.


Maintenance Services and Utilities Corporation Yard

Maintenance and Water Utilities

Replace the City’s outmoded Corporation Yard with a new facility to support personnel, equipment and technology essential to maintenance and grounds-keeping services, and operation of the City’s drinking water and waste water utilities.

Document Archive:

Curated collection of government documents that capture our commitment to expanding, maintaining and improving our facilities so we can continue to deliver excellent service to the community. 

June 27, 2023 - City Council Meeting


Community Survey Results: Receive Presentation of Community Survey Results and Consider Potential Ballot Measure for Future Facilities Needs



May 03, 2023 - Council Budget and Finance Meeting


Facilities Needs Assessment and Potential Funding Options


November 15, 2022 - City Council Meeting


Dispatch Needs Assessment and Capacity Improvement: Presentation of Consultant Evaluation and Recommendations


April 26, 2016 - City Council Meeting


Police Administration Building Needs Assessment Progress and Amendment to Agreement with RossDrulisCusenberry for Additional Needs Assessment Work



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