News from Around the District - September, 2019
9/11 Community Remembrance
San Ramon Chamber and Supervisor Andersen Present
The State of the District
Grand Opening and Engine "Push-In" Ceremony
Ribbon Cutting of The Solar Array
The new County Administration Building in Martinez is going to be a net zero energy building, with 95% of the needed electricity coming from the solar array covering the parking lot across the street.

Pictured above, the Supervisors had the official ribbon cutting of the new parking lot on Tuesday, August 6th.
Walnut Creek Community Service Day: Saturday, October 12
Help make Walnut Creek shine by being part of their Community Service Day 2019, set for Saturday, October 12.

This year’s line-up features more than 50 half-day projects, including projects at nearly all public schools, at libraries, in the parks, gardens and creeks, and in the downtown. In addition, many non-profits are sponsoring projects – from Animal Rescue Foundation to the Historical Society. And, there will be two food drives, one in Rossmoor, the other community-wide.

Community Service Day kicks off with a free pancake breakfast from 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. at Heather Farm Park Community Center, courtesy of the Lions Clubs of Walnut Creek. From there, volunteers will fan out across Walnut Creek to work on their projects. Some projects fill up fast; volunteers are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

For a list of projects and online registration, visit Those without Internet access may call the Community Service Day hotline, 925-256-3505.
Stone Valley Middle School Ribbon Cutting
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District invited community leaders and residents to the Stone Valley Middle School ribbon cutting on August 22nd, recognizing the grand opening of its new $37.5 million classroom and multi-purpose room facilities.

Pictured above left to right, Chief of Staff to Supervisor Andersen, Gayle Israel with San Ramon Valley Unified School District Board of Education members Ken Mintz, Rachel Hurd and Susanna Ordway.
7th Annual Autos of Alamo
The Alamo Improvement Association is presenting the 7th Autos of Alamo festival - a free community event which includes live music, beer and wine and a large assortment of fascinating cars. In addition to the classics, antiques, hot rods and custom cars, there will be selected new cars on display. The raffle and auction will include wine tours, certificates from local businesses and the famous barrel of wine bottles. Enjoy an evening out with family, friends and neighbors at this “block party” event. Entering a car for exhibit is $20. Contact the AIA to pre-register a car at 925-247-8081 or at
24th Annual Lafayette Art & Wine Festival
The 24th annual Lafayette Art and Wine Festival will be held on from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21st & from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 22nd.

Admission is free and there is free parking at the BART lot with a free shuttle to the festival.

The festival includes over 300 arts, crafts, and fine art booths including the Local Arts Alley in La Fiesta Square.

Wine and beer glasses and drink tickets are sold throughout the festival at centrally located ticket booths. Combination packages are available with big discounts. Attendees MUST BE 21 years of age to purchase glasses, drink tickets and be served. Over 30 food vendors and downtown restaurants are in the festival footprint.

There will be free music; Bands play non-stop on three stages plus a Family Stage. There are also Kid Zones and rides for all ages. Costs vary per ride/activity.

The festival footprint encompasses wonderful local merchants featuring restaurants, jewelers, day spas, linen shops, clothing, gifts and business services.
MOFD Planned Road Closures
The Moraga Orinda Fire District has planned road closures as part of the ongoing work on the North Orinda Shaded Fuel Break project.

Starting September 3rd - 5th, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily, one lane of Bear Creek Road will temporarily close. This lane closure will occur on Bear Creek Road between Camino Pablo Road and just past the PG&E power Station located on Bear Creek Road.

The week of September 9 - 13, between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Happy Valley Road, between Sundown Terrace and Bear Creek Road in Orinda will keep one lane open for emergency vehicles, and residents within the closure may be escorted through the work site.

For project information, contact Jim Call, Moraga Orinda Fire District, 925 388-9269 or visit for updated project information.
Contra Costa County Public Works Urges Road Users to
Exercise Safety in School Zones
Contra Costa County Public Works encourages all road users to be extra careful as they travel to and from school this year. According to the Contra Costa County Office of Education, there are 177,770 K-12 students enrolled in 285 public schools in 18 school districts located throughout Contra Costa County. Private school enrollment adds over 19,000 students in Contra Costa County as well.  

After a long summer and with the excitement of a new school year, children may not be fully aware of their surroundings as they walk, bicycle, or bus to school. Parents and other drivers should leave early, stay alert, and be extra cautious in school zones. The first few weeks of school can be extra stressful as everyone gets back into their school time routines. Please be respectful of others and the rules of the road during this critical time. 

For some helpful tips for parents, caregivers, children, and drivers, the National Safety Council has provided a lot of helpful material at on sharing the road, including back to school safety tips this busy school year. Also, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has this resource for back to school safety. We encourage you to sit down with your child and go over some road safety rules and tips.
15th Annual Tassajara Ranch National Night Out
Supervisor Andersen and other community residents enjoyed a great turnout at the 15th Annual Tassajara Ranch National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6th.

Pictured at left are, Danville Councilmember Lisa Blackwell, Police Chief Allan Shields, Supervisor Andersen, Danville Officer Vince Barbero, co-event organizer Michelle Fanto-Chen and Katie Chickering.
Town of Moraga Annual Pear & Wine Festival
Contra Costa County Climate Action Plan
CAPA Intern Graduation
Chief of Staff Gayle Israel presented a certificate of achievement to District II CAPA summer office intern Claire Chu. Also in the photo is Chloe Chu, Claire's sister who served as a CAPA summer intern in Supervisor Andersen's office two years ago and now attends UC Berkeley.

Claire is a rising senior at Monte Vista High School in Danville.

CAPA, the Chinese American Political Association, was founded in 1984 by a group of Americans of Chinese ethnicity as a non-partisan, grass roots organization to provide a political voice for the Asian community and help lobby for issues that promote fairness and diversity in our society.

The organization has since grown and inspired the formation of many similar groups within the local Asian community. For more information, visit CAPA at
Discovery Counseling Center
Discovery Counseling Center has been providing mental health services to the San Ramon Valley community for almost 50 years. Please click on the link below to learn more about upcoming programs and events or call the Discovery Counseling Center at 925.837.0505

To learn more about Discovery Counseling Center, visit their site
Moraga Chamber of Commerce 8th Annual Golf Tournament
Don't miss out on the 8th Annual Moraga Chamber Golf Tournament, Monday, September 16, at 12 Noon for Shot Gun Start at the Moraga Country Club.

Register to play golf, as a single or with friends. Don't play golf? You can still join us for a delicious dinner, live entertainment and a silent auction with items fit for any budget.
The registration deadline is SEPTEMBER 11th.

Click here to register for the tournament and for the Dinner Only option.

Sponsored by the Moraga Chamber of Commerce to benefit Moraga businesses, the Jeannette Fritzky Case Study Challenge, More Moraga, Small Business Catalyst Grant Program and more.
Participate in Community Survey to help update the Contra Costa County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
Supervisor Andersen to Give Opening Remarks at Suicide Prevention Forum Scheduled for September 12 in San Ramon
Attend the Danville Citizens Police Academy This Fall
Seven-week Program Gives Behind the Scenes Look at Police
The Danville Police Department is inviting members of the community to take part in the Fall Citizens Police Academy. This seven-week program is designed to provide a look into the day-to-day aspects of law enforcement, and a deeper understanding of how police operate. 
Twice each year, the police department holds a Citizen Academy, to help inform the public on the job of a law enforcement officer. Over the course of the program, attendees will hear from guest speakers on topics such as patrol procedures, traffic enforcement, investigations, and a criminal justice overview. In addition, over two Saturdays the group will have a tour of the dispatch center, a firearms demonstration, tour of the Martinez Detention Facility, driving course, and force options simulator training.
The Academy runs on Wednesday evenings from September 18, 2019 – October 30, 2019. The two Saturday sessions will be on September 28, 2019 and October 12, 2019.
Those interested in taking part in the academy, should reach out to Det. Sgt. Ron Hoekwater at (925) 314-3703 or  
Individualized Recovery Intensive Training for Service Providers
Contra Costa Elections March 2020 Photo Contest
The Contra Costa Elections Division is kicking off what promises to be a busy election year in a fun, unique way.

The office is holding its third bi-annual photo contest, and the grand prize winner will be featured on the cover of the March 2020 Voter Information Guide, which goes out to over 650,000 registered voters in Contra Costa County. The contest theme is “The Flora and Fauna of Contra Costa County.”

The contest begins Thursday, August 1st and submissions are due by midnight on September 30th. Entries must be submitted digitally, along with a written photo description of no more than 100 words. There is no entry fee.

Past covers have featured photos highlighting the beautiful sights and history throughout the county, which enhances the voters’ experience. The second and third place winners will also have their photos featured on the Elections Division website, in the office lobby and in other elections publications. Rich Hall of Walnut Creek, the winner of the November 2018 Photo Contest, says that he hopes his photo capturing service at the Pleasant Hill Library inspires others to participate in the voting process.

The Elections Division held the first photo contest in 2016, and has received more than 100 entries during that time. Some of those submissions are featured on the Contra Costa Elections website, where you can also find more information and photo submission forms:
The Orinda Classic Car Show Weekend - September 6th & 7th
The 15th Annual Orinda Classic Car Show will be held on Saturday, September 7th, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Orinda Village at Orinda Motors, 63 Orinda Way.

On Friday, September 6th at 5:30 p.m. come party with the cars in Orinda at the annual "Party the night before the Car Show!" For more details about this 2019 event click here to learn more.
Mark your calendar now so you won’t miss any of the fun. Admission is free! Plan to attend the 2019 show. Come see all the great cars. 
Fundraiser for Las Trampas School - 10th Annual Walk n' Roll 
Las Trampas has a meaningful way to combine your daily exercise with a community fundraising event at their Annual 1 mile Walk n' Roll or 5K run. Advance registration is $25.00 ($30.00 on day of event), which includes breakfast, live entertainment, raffle prizes, an ice cream social and a T-shirt. The event takes place on Saturday, September 28th beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Lafayette Plaza Park. Walk, roll or run the 5K along the beautiful streets of Lafayette & the Lafayette Moraga Trail and end with a celebration at the Park! Register at or call 925-310-2363.
Since 1958, Las Trampas has helped individuals with developmental disabilities to discover their capabilities and to lead fuller lives in their homes, at work and in the community. Every dollar goes directly to participant programs and makes a difference in the lives of those with developmental disabilities.
Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Committee
Accepting Grant Applications
The Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Committee is now accepting applications from individuals and groups interested in enhancing the fish and wildlife resources of the County. Grant applications must be received by Monday, January 6, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. 

The Fish and Wildlife Committee strongly encourages applications related to public education, improving habitat, scientific research, threatened and endangered species, and resolving human/wildlife interaction issues. In addition, the Committee wishes to fund one or more projects that increase collaboration with law enforcement agencies, the court, and community cultural organizations on enforcement issues and education focusing on communities that may be unaware of local fish and game laws. Projects that provide multilingual signage and educational materials are encouraged.  

The Fish and Wildlife Committee awards grants to non-profit organizations, schools and government agencies. The Committee generally does not recommend funding for operating costs and overhead, such as benefits or utilities, or on-going staff support for an organization. Further, projects awarded monies from the Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund must meet the requirements of Section 13103 of the Fish and Game Code.

Funding for the grant program is generated from fines for violations of the Fish and Game Code and Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors receives the Committee’s recommendations and holds final decision-making authority over the awarding of grants.
During the 2019 regular grant cycle a total of $67,267 was awarded to 10 projects. The awards ranged from $1,025 to $21,580.00.   

Application materials may be obtained on the Fish and Wildlife Committee website or by contacting Maureen Parkes of the Contra Costa County Conservation and Development Department by phone (925-674-7831) or e-mail
11th Annual Sustainability Awards Gala
Sustainable Contra Costa will present the Leadership in Sustainability Awards at the 11th Annual Awards Gala on September 17th at the Pleasant Hill Community Center. This fun and inspiring event supports and celebrates local individuals and organizations for their outstanding contributions and commitment to a healthy environment, economy, and society - so that Contra Costa remains a wonderful place for generations to come.

The awards program will also feature their Visionary Partner Central Contra Costa Sanitary District presenting their Pollution Prevention Awards, as well as their Benefactor Partner, the Contra Costa Green Business Program presenting new and re-certified green businesses.

The Awards event is also the annual fundraiser for Sustainable Contra Costa. Become a SCOCO Partner (sponsor) and receive tickets and other benefits. Early Bird tickets on sale now. Save $15 each if you purchase by September 3rd.

The event will begin with a reception where guests will enjoy food, wine and beer from local, sustainable Partners, such as Sunrise Bistro, DVC Culinary Arts, Mt. Diablo HS Hospitality Academy, Captain and Viano Vineyards, as well as live music and a raffle featuring local goods and services. The reception is followed by dessert and the presentation of awards.

Free Teen/Young Adult Heart Screening Sept 15
On Sunday September 15, 2019, a free heart screening has been set up for teens and young adults at Monte Vista High School.

While few parents think of heart issues as something that could affect children, an estimated one in three hundred school aged children suffer from an undiagnosed heart defect, many of which could lead to cardiac arrest and death.

The risk of complications can be higher for students who are active in sports, gymnastics, dance or other strenuous activities. Often the first warning sign is death. To help find these hidden abnormalities, the Via Heart Project will conduct a free screening open to all young people aged 12-25 on Sunday, September 15, at Monte Vista High School, 3131 Stone Valley Road, Danville, CA 94526.

The event is generously sponsored by the Citizen Corp Council of San Ramon Valley, San Ramon Regional Hospital Foundation, Monte Vista High School, City Center Bishop Ranch, and the Rotary Club of Danville CA.

The screening is conducted by volunteer San Ramon and Bay Area health professionals, including cardiologists, sonographers, and nurses. It includes a health history interview, EKG test, and a focused echocardiogram. The entire process takes about 60-90 minutes, and is totally non-invasive—there are no needles or x-ray exposure. Each teen’s confidentiality, privacy, and individual modesty is respected throughout.

This screening is important because some 7,000 to 10,000 school-aged children die each year nationwide from sudden cardiac arrest, often from conditions that could have been detected in advance. Yet neither EKG nor cardiac ultrasound is included in the typical annual physical. Via Heart Project screening is supplementary to, but does not replace, a child’s annual exam or school sports physical. Participants will also have the option to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) skills during the screening.

To participate, go to to register and download a health form and signed parental consent, both of which should be filled out and brought to the screening. Registration is currently open and closes at noon on September 13th, 2019. The event is limited to 750 people.
Alliance for Girls' 6th Annual Conference: A Movement for Equity
The Alliance for Girls' 6th Annual Conference: A Movement for Equity will be held in Oakland on Thursday, October 3rd. Alliance for Girls is the largest regional alliance of girls' organizations and leaders in the United States, and its conference attracts hundreds of exceptional, intergenerational leaders from across the country.
From TED speakers to legislators, advocates to funders to girl leaders, A Movement for Equity is convening the mavericks of the girls' movement to engage in critical conversations, and create a blueprint together for the future of girls.

The conference goal is to bring girls together to build community, learn from those at the front lines, rejuvenate, and activate the collective agenda. Register or get more information, including a list of the conference speakers, here
Contra Costa County Seeks Applicants to Community Advisory Board (CAB) on Public Safety Realignment 
Contra Costa County is seeking applicants who may be interested in serving on its 15-member Community Advisory Board (CAB) on Public Safety Realignment.
The Community Advisory Board (CAB) on Public Safety Realignment was established by the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Executive Committee in December 2012 to provide input on community needs; assess implementation of the realignment plan; review data on realignment outcomes; advise the CCP on community engagement strategies; provide recommendations for ongoing realignment planning; advise County agencies regarding programs for implementation in the County; and encourage outcomes that are consistent with the County's Reentry Strategic Plan.
The CAB is composed of 12 Voting Members and 3 Alternate Members with expertise in adult education within a correctional setting, domestic violence prevention, workforce development, behavioral health issues, post-release reentry services, services for reentering women, criminal and drug court, and law and policy related to issues of the formerly incarcerated and crime survivors. All CAB members either live or work in Contra Costa County.
The County is now seeking applications for two (2) of the Voting Member seats and three (3) Alternate Member seats. All interested community members are encouraged to apply.
Appointments to the CAB will be for a term of three years. Members will serve without compensation, stipends, or reimbursement of expenses. The CAB meets on the second Thursday of each month from 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. at the Probation Department (50 Douglas Drive, Second Floor, Martinez, CA). 
Applicants will be interviewed by the Outreach and Community Engagement Committee (OCEC) of the CAB. The nominations for the CAB members will then be forwarded to the full CAB for consideration and recommendation to the CCP for appointment action.
Application forms can be obtained from the Office of Reentry and Justice by calling (925) 335-1022 or by downloading from the County’s website at 
Completed applications should be emailed to the Office of Reentry and Justice at Applications can also be returned to the Office of Reentry and Justice, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, 10th Floor, Martinez, CA 94553.
The County looks forward to receiving applications from community members who would like to inform and advise the CCP and improve the County’s realignment process.

Contra Costa Sustainability Commission is Accepting Applications
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors is now accepting applications from individuals to fill one (1) at-large seat and two (2) alternate seats on the Contra Costa County Sustainability Commission. Applications are due by Monday, September 16, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.

The Sustainability Commission has twelve members and five alternate members, all of whom are residents of the County. The Sustainability Commission advises the Board of Supervisors and staff on design and implementation of the County’s Climate Action Plan, including opportunities to realize equity and fairness across the diverse communities of Contra Costa County and how to better engage County residents and businesses on climate issues.

At this time, applications are being accepted for the following seats:
• One member representing environmental justice issues and who lives in a frontline, or "disadvantaged," community, and who reflects the geographic diversity of the County. The other environmental justice seat is held by a resident of Richmond.
• One alternate from District 3, to be appointed by Supervisor Burgis. The applicant must be a resident of District 3.
• One alternate from District 5, to be appointed by Supervisor Glover. The applicant must be a resident of District 3.

The Board of Supervisors considers applications from all interested individuals; the Board’s Sustainability Committee conducts interviews for at-large seats. The term of office for all three seats will be through March 31, 2021. There is no term limit at this time.

Sustainability Commission meetings usually are held the fourth Monday of February, April, June, August, October, and December. The remaining meetings this year will be October 21, and December 9 (the October and December meeting dates have been modified from the fourth Monday).
For more information regarding the Sustainability Commission, please visit the Commission’s website at A fillable application is available on the website for your convenience.

Application forms can be obtained from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors by calling (925) 335-1900 or visiting the County webpage at

Applications should be returned to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 106, County Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez, CA 94553 or emailed to no later than 5 pm on September 16, 2019.

Applications for the at-large seat will be interviewed by the Board of Supervisors Sustainability Committee, and appointments will be made by the Board of Supervisors. Supervisors interview candidates the seats they appoint.

If you have any questions please contact Jody London, staff to the Sustainability Committee, by phone at 925-674-7871 or email at
Moraga Rotary Honors Cliff Dochterman for 60+ Years as a Rotarian
Cliff Dochterman of Moraga was treated to a party on July 27th with about 160 Rotarians, spouses, and friends on hand to celebrate his 60+ years as a Rotarian, including his term as President of Rotary International (RI) the “world president” in 1992-‘93. Present were many of Cliff’s closest friends in Rotary, including Past RI President Rick King of Fremont; Past Vice President of RI John Matthews of Mercer Island, WA; current Director of RI Brad Howard of Oakland and former Director of RI John Blount of Santa Rosa. Many Past District Governors also attended, and other Rotarian friends came from Hawaii and Arkansas. The event was conducted by Cliff’s club, the Rotary Club of Moraga.

Most of Cliff’s family also attended the event; his sister, Ceta Dochterman, his children Cliff Jr. and Claudia Mennutti, and other family members. Cliff was also honored by a Boy Scout color guard from Troop 246, as he has been a lifetime supporter, leader, and contributor to Boy Scouts of America.

Cliff was honored as the primary instigator for Rotary International starting the Polio Plus campaign to eradicate the dreaded disease of polio from the earth. This campaign was later joined by UNICEF, the World Health Organization, and the U. S. Center for Disease Control & Prevention, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, & several national governments and charities. This campaign is very close to success. Cliff was also honored by a certificate of recognition for this service from Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, and was given a Certificate of Recognition from the recent RI President, Barry Rassin of Bermuda.

Cliff has always been an excellent speaker, and has been in great demand over the years to speak to Rotarians and other groups. He is hailed as the one person who has given a speech to the most Rotarians ever.
Interested in Participating in Government?
Supervisor Candace Andersen is Seeking Volunteers for
County Advisory Boards
Supervisor Candace Andersen is looking for interested, motivated residents to serve on a few Contra Costa County citizen advisory boards. These volunteer boards usually meet monthly and advise the Board of Supervisors on a variety of issues. They play a vital role in county government, and the input provided is invaluable.
Affordable Housing Finance Committee
Works with the Department of Conservation and Development to develop recommendations for the Board of Supervisors concerning the allocation of Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Act funds among eligible affordable housing programs and projects. Currently, the annual allocation is approximately $5 million in funds for affordable housing development.
Alamo Municipal Advisory Council
To advise on issues and concerns related to services provided by the County or other local agencies located within its boundary, which includes parks & recreation, lighting & landscaping, land use, code enforcement, public safety, and transportation.
Alamo Police Services Advisory Committee (CSA P-2B)
To advise the Board of Supervisors and the Sheriff's Department on the needs of the Alamo/Danville community for police services.
Established to decide disputes between property owners and the Assessor's Office. Disputes are heard by the Assessment Appeals Board, which is composed of members appointed by the Board of Supervisors.
County Service Area P-5 Citizen Advisory Committee (Roundhill Residents only)
To advise the Board of Supervisors on the needs of the Alamo community for extended police services for Roundhill.

Find out more information about volunteering for an advisory body here . To apply online go to
August Board Actions
Ever wonder what your Supervisor does at the Board of Supervisors meeting held on most Tuesdays? Here are some of the board actions from the month of August which impact the residents of District 2:

Proclaimed August 4-10, 2019 as National Health Center Week.

Recognized Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarships presented to Contra Costa County graduating seniors funded by the Comcast Foundation.

Authorized the Public Works Director, or designee, to advertise for the 2019 On-Call Contract(s) for various Road, Flood Control, and Airport projects, for routine maintenance, repair, replacement, or reconstruction of existing road, flood control, and airport facilities, Countywide.  

Authorized the Public Works Director, or designee, to advertise for the 2019 On-Call Pipe Rehabilitation Services Contract(s) for Various Road, Flood Control, and Airport Maintenance Work, for routine maintenance, repair, replacement, or reconstruction of existing road, flood control, and airport facilities, Countywide.

Accepted the resignation of Gretchen Logue, and declared a vacancy in the County's Sustainability Commission Seat on the Integrated Pest Management Advisory Committee.  

Created a second seat on the Sustainability Commission for one member representing environmental justice issues and who lives in a community that bears a disproportionate burden of exposure to pollution and impacts of a changing climate and helps the Commission reflect the geographic diversity of the County. 

Approved and authorized the District Attorney, or designee, to execute a placement agreement with Canine Companions for Independence to provide a trained facility dog to provide comfort and assistance to victims of crimes during interviews, in-court testimony, and other traumatic situations. 

Agendas and videos of Board of Supervisors meetings can be found here.
District II Office Staff
Gayle Israel
Chief of Staff
Field Representative;
San Ramon & Danville

Jill Ray
Jill Ray
Field Representative:
Canyon, Moraga & Orinda

Lauri Byers
Lauri Byers
Scheduler, Field Representative;

Cameron Collins
Field Representative;

Dom Pruett

Policy Analyst, Field Representative; Walnut Creek and Lafayette

District Offices
San Ramon Valley Office   
309 Diablo Road
Danville, CA 94526
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (925) 957-8860
FAX: (925) 820-3785
Lamorinda Office
  Fire Station #15
3338 Mt. Diablo Boulevard
Lafayette, CA 94549
  By appointment, please call
Phone: (925) 646-6067
Candace's Committee Assignments
District II Supervisor Candace Andersen
309 Diablo Road | Danville | CA | 94526| (925) 957-8860
3338 Mt. Diablo Blvd. | Lafayette | CA | 94549 | (925) 646-6067