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Holiday Lights Recycling Program

November 26, 2018 

Public Works Service Center is now accepting old, new, and non-working holiday lights for recycling! Strands of all lengths and colors accepted from November 19, 2018 to January 11, 2019, Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Residents interested in participating are asked to ensure light strands are free from all excess bags and packaging. Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), pre-lit Christmas trees, lighted garland, lighted wreaths and extension cords will not be accepted. The program offers community residents the opportunity to recycle holiday lights in a convenient manner, free of charge.

For more information about the holiday lights recycling program, contact Tonya Richardson with Public Works at 577-6026.

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cloudLibrary E-book and Audiobook Collection Available

October 2, 2018 

The San Leandro Public Library announced a new electronic book and audiobook collection expansion with cloudLibrary. San Leandro Library cardholders and patrons are invited to explore and take advantage of its newly added cloudLibrary collection of free popular electronic books and audiobooks. Expanding upon an already rich e-collection, cloudLibrary offers users an even greater variety of options for digitally accessing best-selling titles and buzzworthy works.

Download the app at:

Draft Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Now Available

December 11, 2017 

The draft Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan is now available. This document is designed to guide the development of facilities to enhance bicycling and walking as safe, enjoyable, and practical transportation choices for the San Leandro community. The public is encouraged to review the document and provide any feedback. For questions, please contact Senior Transportation Engineer Reh-Lin Chen at

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New Open Data Sets Available!

March 8, 2018 

The City has just released open data sets and online maps for its Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) and “SL-WiFiber” free Wi-Fi locations. You can access these interactive maps at: