December 2015
It all started with a blender, a bunch of fruit,  and a vision that's equal parts good and good for you. Pleasanton's newest Jamba Juice is now open in the Pleasanton Gateway Shopping Center at 6770 Bernal Avenue, Suite 420, next to The Habit. Learn more now.
The Tri-Valley community will be able to access a wide range of medical services under one roof in December with the opening of the new Pleasanton Outpatient Center at 5860 Owens Drive in Pleasanton. 
This exciting project is the culmination of two years of collaboration between John Muir Health and Tenet Healthcare, which operates San Ramon Regional Medical Center. The Urgent Care will open December 14, 2015 and the primary care clinics will open the next day. 

Pleasanton Outpatient Center patients will be able to access high-quality, patient-centered care and services, close to home in a modern, healing environment, including:
  • Primary Care (Internal and Family Medicine)
  • Pediatric Care
  • Specialty Care (Obstetrics/Gynecology, Cardiology and other specialties in 2016)
  • Urgent Care Services, available 7 days per week
  • Imaging Services including X-rays, Ultrasounds, MRI, Mammograms, CT and Dexa
  • Lab Services
  • Care Coordination for those with chronic conditions
  • Senior Services
  • Wellness Services
  • Patients can access MyJohnMuirHealth,com whenever it's most convenient to view lab results, request prescription refills, or send a message to their doctor 
Heritage Bank of Commerce hosted a fun mixer this fall, as guests enjoyed tacos from Rancho Grande Taqueira, desserts from Sabio on Main and had the opportunity to learn a little bit more about  the "fine art of banking."
Special thank you to Castlewood Country Club for hosting the Chamber's Fall Tradeshow & Mixer in November. With over 40 exhibits, samplings from local restaurants, prizes and valuable business contacts, the event is a great opportunity to network with local businesses in a fun and interactive setting. 
Targeted to home owners and higher income areas
Contact Alice Jones  925-519-6034

CEO's Corner  
Mandatory Recycling: 
Fines Now Being Issued 
Scott Raty
The Alameda County Waste Management Authority has begun issuing fines to businesses and multi-family properties still in violation of the Mandatory Recycling Ordinance that went into effect in July 2012. 

To date, over 100 citation notices have been served countywide, and more are expected as routine inspections continue. 
In Pleasanton, recycling is mandatory for businesses that genera te four or more cubic yards of garbage per week and multi-family properties with five or more units.
To set up collection service, contact Pleasanton Garbage Service  online or call (925) 846-2042.
Know someone doing great things in Pleasanton?
Citizens of Pleasanton and members of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce are invited to nominate businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals who have made a significant contribution to the Pleasanton community. Nominees do not have to be Chamber members. Honorees will be recognized at the Community Service Awards Event in March 2016.