In October of each year, RHA hosts a community meeting/educational forum for all community members.
OCTOBER 6, 2021 | 7:00 PM
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Preparation is the key to being an informed voter. Redwood Heights Association is here to help you understand some of the local Oakland races and CA ballot measures. Come to this virtual presentation with your curiosity and your questions! Join us!
Oakland District 4 Update
Councilmember Sheng Thao
City Council At-Large
This position represents the entire City of Oakland.
Rebecca Kaplan | Derreck Johnson | Nancy Sidebotham
The Office of the City Attorney provides legal counsel to the City of Oakland, its employees, officers, agencies, boards and commissions.
Barbara Parker | Eli Ferran
In partnership with the League of Women Voters. Speakers from the League will provide nonpartisan, unbiased information on the measures and answer questions.
** View the League of Women Voters - Oakland, CA Pros & Cons presentation HERE **
Join us for the Redwood Heights Association's Annual Meeting on October 16, 2019, at 6:30 PM at Redwood Heights Recreation Center.
We'll provide resources and information about home & community safety to empower you to build a more connected neighborhood community, prepare you for natural disasters (earthquakes & fire), and find new tech for home protection. Speakers will provide their top 5 tips for empowering you in each of these areas.
- Pizza social
- RHA Welcome: Building community
- Sheng Thao, Oakland District 4 Councilmember
- Fire Safety: Vincent Crudele, OFD Fire Prevention Bureau
- Earthquake Safety:
- Bill Godwin, American Red Cross
- Janiele Maffei, California Earthquake Authority
- Home Safety: Marlon Guzman, OPD Police Services
There will also be products and services available for immediate purchase. AND...there is a raffle for home security products!
An opportunity to hear from the candidates running to represent this community
Check out the videos from the event HERE
2017 - Let's Reimagine It
A design-thinking event to create a vision for Redwood Heights Park with Annie Campbell Washington, City Council and David H Clifford, Design School X