Public Hearing on Poverty in Alameda County



Alameda County-Oakland Community Action Partnership is seeking comment from the community on its Community Action Plan (CAP) and input on the needs and gaps in services that exist for Alameda County's low-income residents.

View the Draft 2020-2021 CAP, and register to attend our Public Hearing on Monday, June 10, 2019 at 6pm at Oakland City Hall, Hearing Room 3. Not available to attend in person? email us your feedback at and have your voice be heard.

View the Public Hearing announcement in English, Spanish, or Chinese

The Community Action Plan (CAP) serves as a two year roadmap demonstrating how AC-OCAP plans to deliver services funded by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG). The CAP identifies and assesses poverty related needs and resources in Alameda County and establishes a detailed plan, goals and priorities for delivering those services to individuals and families most affected by poverty.

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All meetings held in-person are wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products as a courtesy to attendees with chemical sensitivities.