District 1 Supervisor John M. Gioia

About me (Bio) Media Head Shot (photo)

County Health Department COVID-19 website

Coronavirus Call Center: 844-729-8410  (M-F, 8 to 5)

Office Closed, Working Remotely

Dear Community Members, 

Our Contra Costa County Health Officer has issued a shelter-in-place order to reduce transmission of COVID-19. [Health Order] To protect the public, we have closed our office but continue to work remotely. 

We can be reached anytime at 510.231.8686 or email john_gioia@bos.cccounty.us and we will respond as soon as possible. Individual staff are checking their email and voicemail.

Thank you for your cooperation and please stay at home except for essential travel. 

John 

What’s New: 

John’s message: Protect your personal health while supporting public health

County Dashboard provides detailed COVID-19 related data

John’s message on our property tax relief programs related to COVID19.

GPS mapping tool locates free/low-cost food sources in County. 

New County Health Recommendation: Let’s all wear cloth masks in public

Craneway Pavilion in Richmond will become 250-bed Federal Medical Station for COVID-19 patients not needing intensive care. Exclusive video of site. ABC7 news video and KTVU2 news video

Bay Area Health Officers extend Stay-at-Home Health Order until May 3rd.

A personal message from John on how we must remain vigilant

John’s list: resources to help people and businesses now

KQED article in which Supervisor Gioia notes need to not overlook our undocumented communities during #COVID19 pandemic

Contra Costa opening alternate sites to care for more patients

Guide to County services during COVID-19 shutdown

County’s FAQ’s re: Health Order, more informationEnglish and Spanish

Bay Area County Health Officers stay-at-home order: Read more.

Emergency food resources: English and in Spanish.

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 Bayview, East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, North Richmond, and Rollingwood. (District Map (PDF))