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 City of San Pablo supports Spare the Air 2014. 
Help reduce air pollution! 
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The National Civic League has announced that the City of San Pablo is a winner of the 2014 All-America City Award, the country’s most prestigious award for outstanding, community-based civic accomplishments. 

The All-America City Award, which was created in 1949, is the oldest community recognition program in the nation. This year's awards have a special focus on successful efforts to address the underlying conditions that affect the health of our communities.

The City of San Pablo submitted an application listing three examples of successful community exchange, civic engagement, collaboration, and innovation and won! The projects in the application were the Health Element & the Childhood Obesity Prevention Task Force, the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation (SPEDC), and the San Pablo Police Department's Community Partnership Programs. Click here to read more about San Pablo's award application.

For more information about the award visit:

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Partner with the City of San Pablo and vote for a new name for the former Circle S mobile home park. A Survey Monkey link is provided below. Select a name that you think best reflects your community's vision for the future development of the site. The site is located on San Pablo Avenue between Church Lane and Vale Road.

The results of the survey will be presented to City Council and soon thereafter a final name will be selected. This is an exciting new venture for the community of San Pablo and your input is greatly appreciated and valued. 

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News Flash
Film Series Designing Healthy Communities will be held at San Pablo Community Center (2450 Road 20, San Pablo) on Thursday, July 31st @ 6:00 PM. Read on...
Road Closure On El Portal West of I-80 Starting Third Week of June 2014 El Portal Drive, near Glenlock Street in the City of San Pablo, will be temporarily closed to allow for the advance relocation of underground utilities. This is necessary as part of the I-80/San Pablo Dam Rd Interchange Reconstruction Project Read on...
Needs Analysis & Funding Feasibility Study The Needs Analysis & Funding Feasibility Study that was conducted by Strategy Research Institute in November 2011 is now available. For complete report...

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