District l Supervisor John M. Gioia
Contra Costa County launches deportation defense hotline, other services to support undocumented families. RichmondConfidential.org
Congressman DeSaulnier joins Supervisor Gioia in calling on County Sheriff to end ICE detentions. SFCHRON column.
Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay set to retire, will leave legacy of reform, professionalism and consensus building. East Bay Times.
Contra Costa Sheriff bans advocacy group from visiting jail facilities, sparking outrage. East Bay Times story.
If you're interested in inspirational global and local efforts to protect the environment, check out a free screening this Saturday in El Cerrito of the award-winning film Tomorrow, followed by a panel discussion featuring Supervisor Gioia among other guests. Details here.
Supervisor Gioia's latest newsletter: Landmark deportation defense hotline launched in Contra Costa County! East Bay Times story.
Investigative pieces on the Sims scrap metal fire by the East Bay Express and KQED.
Supervisor Gioia says proposed state Senate bill should go farther in increasing penalties for refinery emission violations. KQED story.
Supervisor Gioia looks at the many accomplishments of 2017 in improving the quality of life for residents thanks to the spirit of "working together."
Supervisor Gioia and BayMark to work together to seek new location for BAART's Behavioral Health/Wellness Center. Statement.
Coal cars impacting air quality in West County. East Bay Express article.
KQED story on fire at Richmond scrap metal yard and the emergency response. East Bay Times article on the investigation.
County's industrial safety ordinance enhances refinery safety.
Contra Costa County refunds parents of incarcerated juveniles.
North Richmond Mural project moves forward.
New Air District regulation will cut toxic cancer risk from facilities.
Urgent: You must get your medical records from Doctors Medical Center because they will soon be destroyed. Details here and here.
Welcome From John
Welcome to our District 1. Representing our diverse community is a great privilege for me. I'm committed to making county government effective and
Your ideas make us stronger, and I always want to hear them.
I grew up in West County and have been honored to serve on the Board of Supervisors since 1999.
District One includes the cities of Richmond, San Pablo, El Cerrito, part of Pinole, and the unincorporated communities of East Richmond Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, North Richmond, and Rollingwood. (District Map and County's GIS mapping tool.)