The Land Use and Community Character Element establishes goals and policies to strategically accommodate future growth while preserving and enhancing the qualities and characteristics that make Hayward a desirable place to live, work, learn, and play.
Like most urban communities in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hayward’s safety challenges range from protecting people and property from crime, to responding to fires, medical emergencies, and natural disasters.
While it is impossible to completely avoid natural and man-made hazards, the Hazards Element establishes goals and policies to protect life and minimize property damage during future disasters and emergencies.
The City shall develop and adopt a citywide Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan, which could include strategies to reduce peak-hour traffic, such as staggered work hours, flexible schedule options, and telecommuting from home offices.
City Manager, Public Works – Engineering and Transportation
Alameda County Transportation Commission, Development Services, Public Works – Utilities and Environmental Services