District 1 Supervisor John M. Gioia
About me (Bio)
What to help improve the air in Richmond-San Pablo? Come to a community clean air summit Saturday, to participate in a community-driven effort to improve air quality from industry, trucks, rail and ships. Details here.
Supervisor Gioia's Annual Holiday Open House benefitting the children of Verde Elementary is on December 10. Please join us for free food and fun for a great cause! News article about Gioia's Verde giveaway.
Supervisor Gioia works with regulators to ensure NuStar fire is fully understood and new safety ordinances can be considered. Fire suppression system not activated; closed gate may have hampered effort; Gioia reports fire crews found worker in facility; facility locked and abandoned.
Loma Prieta's 30th anniversary is a good reminder to review earthquake preparedness tips. Click here for details.
Supervisor Gioia leads Board's 3-2 decision to place moratorium on fees charged to people getting out of jail or off probation, making Contra Costa third County nationwide to adopt similar fee reforms.
County has grant funding available for Census 2020 projects.
Project to install new curb ramps in Tara Hills community.
Life of Pumpsie Green, great baseball player who integrated Red Sox, honored by Contra Costa County and celebrated on August 25 at Soulful Softball Sunday.
Welcome From John
Welcome to our District 1. Representing our diverse community is a great privilege for me. I'm committed to making county government effective and innovative, while maintaining critical services and protecting our role as the safety net for our most vulnerable residents. I've worked hard, alongside many others, to fight for access to quality health care, environmental justice, better air quality, youth services, violence prevention, and reducing poverty.
Your ideas make us stronger, and I always want to hear them.
I grew up in West County and have been honored to serve on the Board of Supervisors since 1999.
District One includes the cities of Richmond, San Pablo, El Cerrito, part of Pinole, and the unincorporated communities of East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, North Richmond, and Rollingwood. (District Map (PDF))