Capital Improvement Program — La Vista Park, a future recreational destination with 180-degree views of San Francisco Bay, tops a $634 million, 10-year Capital Improvement Program with funding coming from federal, state, and local sources, including the Measure C sales tax that built the new downtown Hayward Public Library.
Annual Pavement Improvement Projects — One of the most visible components of Capital Improvement spending in Hayward each year is the Annual Pavement Improvement Project. This year, it entails $11 million in spot repairs, resealing and repaving, curb upgrades, and restriping of 33 lane-miles of roadway touching on 96 segments of streets across the City.
The Stack Center — A new youth and family center coming to the corner of Tennyson and Ruus oads, the Stack Center will be constructed on the site of the Eden Youth and Family and Matt Jimenez Community centers. It will include a café, renovated childcare center, a new pediatric and dental clinic, community rooms, and spaces for learning, technology, and art.