David Haubert

Alameda County Supervisor for District 1

The First Supervisorial District includes the cities of Dublin and Livermore; most of the city of Fremont; the unincorporated community of Sunol; a portion of the City of Pleasanton; and most of the unincorporated area of the Livermore-Amador Valley. Click here to view an interactive district map.

Welcome

District 1 covers 440 square miles of Alameda County’s 738 total square miles with a breadth of land uses – urban, suburban, agricultural and rural open space. It is home to high- and low-tech businesses from Tesla Motors and the Lawrence Livermore and Sandia National Laboratories to cattle ranches and dozens of award-winning wineries including some of the oldest continuous operating vineyards in California.

District 1 is the venue for many exciting and historic events. Livermore is home to the “World’s Fastest Rodeo” since 1918. The City of Fremont incorporated five towns when it was established in 1956 and today is the second largest of Alameda County’s 14 cities with a population of 235,740. Dublin is the county’s newest city established in 1982 and its population has grown more than three-fold as it becomes a major hub at the cross-roads of I-580 and I-680, served by two BART stations and providing housing for Bay Area workers and families.

Each community has its own unique character, but each shares a desire to work together to ensure the health and well-being of its residents, businesses and environment. I am privileged to work with District 1 communities in this important endeavor.

ARPA Cash Aid Grants

Eligibility Criteria

  • Cash Aid Grants are available for local non-profit and business organizations that experienced the negative economic, health, and safety impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • To be eligible to apply for a Cash Aid Grant your organization must have experienced a negative economic impact created by COVID-19 for the period March 1, 2020 to the present
  • Through the application process, applicants must demonstrate and attest to the harm and economic loss sustained by the organization due to the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Grants will reflect the geographic and cultural diversity of Alameda County, prioritizing organizations operated by or serving populations and communities that were disproportionately impacted by COVID-19
  • Cash Aid Grants cannot exceed the amount of the organization’s losses due to the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The ARPA guidelines require that the cash aid grants be reasonably proportional to the negative economic impacts they are intended to address
  • Grant amounts can not exceed $100,000 per Supervisorial district and are subject to availability of funds within each Supervisorial District’s $3.1 million allocation
  • Applicants will provide demographic information about their organization and population they serve
  • Economic losses that were reimbursed through insurance or other sources cannot be used to qualify for a cash aid grant
  • Grantee must fully cooperate with any audit by the County, the Federal government or their designees
  • If it is determined that the cash aid grant is not an allowable ARPA expense, your organization will reimburse the funds to the County

 

Program Details

In response to the negative economic, health, and safety impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on local non-profit and business organizations, the County of Alameda is launching a new program, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Supervisorial District Community Needs Cash Aid Grants program. This new program will infuse much needed cash aid into the community and spur Alameda County’s economic recovery.

The County has allocated $3.1 million to each Supervisorial District for the ARPA Supervisorial District Community Needs Cash Aid Grants program with the goal that each Supervisorial District will provide cash aid grants that reflect the geographic and cultural diversity of Alameda County, prioritizing organizations operated by or serving populations and communities that were disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Organizations that have experienced negative economic impacts caused by COVID-19 during the period March 1, 2020, to the present are eligible to apply for a cash aid grant under this program. Cash aid grants may be awarded beginning April 11, 2022, through September 30, 2024. Cash aid grants are subject to availability of funds within each Supervisorial District’s $3.1 million allocation, eligibility of applicants, and any other relevant factors.

Through the application process, applicants must demonstrate and attest to the harm and economic loss sustained by the organization due to the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications that are not adequately documented may be rejected. Additionally, not all worthy applications will necessarily be funded.

Eligible organizations may receive cash aid grants up to the maximum amount of $100,000 per Supervisorial District based on demonstrated and qualifying impacts. However, the total amount of cash aid grant funds awarded to an organization by the County as part of the ARPA Supervisorial District Community Needs Cash Aid Grants program cannot exceed the amount of the organization’s losses due to the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ARPA guidelines require that the cash aid grants be reasonably proportional to the negative economic impacts they are intended to address. Economic losses that were reimbursed through insurance or other sources cannot be used to qualify for a cash aid grant. Each applicant is required to provide the demographic makeup of the organization and basic demographic information about the population served as part of the completed application.

All Alameda County ARPA Supervisorial District Community Needs Cash Aid Grants must be approved by the Board of Supervisors at a regularly scheduled meeting. By submitting an application, the organization agrees to maintain and provide records to the County during the U.S. Treasury Department audit period and agrees to fully cooperate with any audit by the County, the Federal government or their designees. If through an audit, or any other means, the County or US Treasury Department determines that because of fraud, misinformation provided by an organization, or for any other reason, that a cash aid grant is not an allowable ARPA expense, the applicant must agree to reimburse the funds to the County.

How to apply: Complete the following application and forms. When all the information is completed, sign the W-9 and the application. To submit the application online, click on “Finish” and the application will be filed with the County automatically. To submit the application by mail, send to 1221 Oak Street, Oakland, CA 94612.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Rodeo Town Hall, David Haubert, Alameda County Supervisor, District 1. Tuesday Sept. 6th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at the Martinelli Center: 3585 Greenville Rd. Livermore, Ca. Topic of Discussion: Alameda County Rodeo Ordinance

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About Supervisor Haubert

David Haubert, the oldest of six children, was born on a German military base to Harry Haubert, a member of the U.S. Army, and Judy Haubert. After his father served in Vietnam, the Haubert family moved to Southern California where he attended public school, played youth sports, earned the rank of Eagle Scout, had a paper route, and even played the accordion. By working summer jobs through high school, David saved enough money to attend college. He earned an undergraduate degree in Finance from California State University, Northridge and then an MBA from UCLA.

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