District 1 Supervisor John M. Gioia
Welcome From John
Welcome to our website. Growing up in West County, it’s a great honor to represent our diverse community. I’m committed to values of equity, justice and inclusion. I’ve worked hard alongside many others to fight for access to quality healthcare, environmental justice, expanded opportunities for youth, a healthier environment, affordable housing, and a safer community. Your ideas make us stronger and I want to hear them.
District One includes the cities of Richmond, San Pablo, El Cerrito, part of Pinole, and the unincorporated communities of Bayview, East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, North Richmond, and Rollingwood. (District Map (PDF))
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Coronavirus Call Center: 844-729-8410 (Daily, 8 to 5)
Office Closed, Working Remotely
Contra Costa’s Health Officer issued a shelter-in-place order to slow the spread of COVID-19. To protect the public, we have closed our office but work remotely. We can be reached at 510.231.8686 or email@example.com. Thank you for your cooperation and please stay home except for essential business.
A step forward: Contra Costa Co. expands vaccine eligibility to grocery store workers and teachers (video)
A step forward: Contra Costa Co. expands vaccine eligibility to grocery store workers and teachers
Join Supervisor Gioia for a virtual tour of the Bay Trail
Advice for residents ahead of SEVERE FIRE weather (October 25 through October 27)
Clean Air Day 2020 a milestone to build on
County extends protections for tenants
Let's all take the Clean Air Day pledge!
Everything you need to know about November 3rd election
Openings on Sustainability and HazMat commissions
New COVID-19 walk-in testing sites in Richmond and North Richmond. Free, no appointments needed, don't need to have symptoms.
Change in Caller ID # for County Community Warning System, what this means for you
Stand for clean air by taking the Clean Air Day online pledge!
Wildland fire prevention resources, as fire season is upon us.
State prohibits some indoor activities that had opened in Contra Costa County
Indoor gatherings prohibited in revised Health Order, as virus rates increase.
As COVID-19 rates increase, wearing face coverings is especially critical.
Let’s stay home and safe while celebrating July 4th!
County explores buying motels/hotels for homeless housing.
Free new COVID-19 Test site at Kennedy High.
County postpones business reopenings slated for July 1, due to sharp increase in COVID-19 cases.