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June 12, 2018 > Hayward Chamber updates

Hayward Chamber updates

Submitted By Hayward Chamber of Commerce

Mayor Barbara Halliday will deliver her State of the City address at the annual chamber luncheon at noon on Friday, June 29 at Chabot College, 25555 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward. This annual event will include the mayorÕs remarks, the chamberÕs annual recognition luncheon, and a graduation ceremony for 22 participants in this yearÕs Leadership Hayward class. Attendees also will meet incoming members of the Hayward Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

The campus location for this event has been moved to the collegeÕs cafeteria. Attendees should park in Lot B, off Hesperian Boulevard. Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door. They can be ordered at


Downtown Street Party Season Opens June 21
The 2018 Downtown Hayward Street Party season opens its 19th year on June 21 with bands, the first of three summer car shows, food, and family fun. Businesses or organizations wanting exhibit or vendor space should call Susan at the chamber right away at (510) 537-2424.

The event kicks off the series of traditional Thursday night street parties including celebrations July 19 and Aug. 16. On June 21 the Bank of the West Stage will feature the West Coast Blues Society Caravan of All Stars, celebrating the upcoming Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival.

Also performing that night will be Shark Punch on the Buffalo BillÕs Stage and The Royal Deuces on the Bistro Patio Stage. DJ Robert Louis will entertain at Car Show Central at the chamber of commerceÕs Main Street Stage. For more information:


HaywardÕs New Energy Provider is Subject at Latino Business Roundtable June 22
The Hayward Chamber of Commerce Latino Business Roundtable will hear a presentation on HaywardÕs new official electricity supplier at its June 22 meeting at 8:30 a.m. in the Balch Pavilion of St. Rose Hospital, 27200 Calaroga Ave.

Diedre Sanders of East Bay Community Energy will give a presentation on behalf of the new electricity supplier of the City of Hayward and ten other cities. EBCE was formed by the cities and the county to source low-cost, clean power and provide programs that supplement what PG&E offers. EBCE is a public agency that will procure power and increase the use of renewables. The Board is comprised of local elected officials.

To enhance its goals of ensuring Hayward is affordable and green, the Hayward City Council passed a resolution to enroll all commercial and municipal customers in the city into Brilliant 100 service, which is 100 percent carbon-free power sourced from renewable energy and hydropower, offered at the same rate paid to PG&E. Businesses and residents may choose to remain with PG&E by opting out.

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