Steps You Can Take to Protect Local Control

More than 200 of California’s most respected state and local organizations representing public safety leaders, local governments, business, labor, civil rights groups, environmentalists, farmers and taxpayers have all come out in strong opposition to Prop 53. That’s because the measure will erode local control and hurt the development of vital infrastructure our communities need. We need […]

New NOAA Community-based Marine Debris Removal Grant Opportunity

The NOAA Marine Debris Program has just announced the opening of the FY17 Community-based Marine Debris Removal federal funding opportunity. This opportunity provides funding to support locally-driven, marine debris assessment and removal projects that will benefit coastal habitat, waterways, and NOAA trust resources. Funding for this purpose comes through the NOAA Marine Debris Program. Projects awarded […]

2016 Oakland Legacy Event One Month Away – Register Today

The 2016 Oakland Legacy Event is just a month away.  We are expecting a tremendous turnout, and tickets are selling fast.  If you have not already done so, please purchase your tickets before we sell out. Tickets are $250 each and can be purchased here. Please join us on Thursday, September 15th from 6-9pm at […]

Job Opportunity with Chevron Richmond Modernization Project

An engineering subcontractor for the Chevron Richmond Modernization Project is seeking an Administrative Assistant. Click here to learn more about the project and how to apply to the position.

Director of Community Reuse Planning for the City of Concord to Speak at July IACCC Forum

The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County is fortunate to have Guy Bjerke, the Director of Community Reuse Planning for the City of Concord, as their July forum speaker on July 21, 2016. Mr. Bjerke will be discussing the implementation and redevelopment of the Concord Naval weapons station.  At the door registrations will be $45 for all. […]

The Bay Institute and Aquarium of the Bay Film & Lecture Series: It Ain’t Pretty

Film & Lecture Series presents… Dayla Soul, Director and longtime surfer, will join The Bay Institute and Aquarium of the Bay to show her new film, “It Ain’t Pretty.” This inspiring film features female surfers who ride the powerful waves off San Francisco’s Ocean Beach and some who venture out to big wave spots such […]

Richmond Today Community Newsletter May 2016

producing the world’s cleanest fuels Refineries, like the one here in Richmond, are important to the Bay Area and State of California. From gasoline, to jet and diesel fuel, and lubricating base oils, the Richmond Refinery produces the products we use on a daily basis. learn more › all about hydrogen Refining crude oil into […]

Alameda CTC Transportation E-News for May 2016

  PLAN  ·  FUND  ·  DELIVER MAY 2016 May Is Bike Month! Activities are happening throughout Alameda County and the Bay Area in celebration of Bike Month in May. Create or join a Team Bike Challenge at your workplace for friendly competition, logging your miles in the saddle, and bike to work on the Bay Area’s 22nd annual Bike […]

Attend, Sponsor, or Volunteer at Walk of Honor for our Veterans Event on May 21st

Phillips 66’s Rodeo Refinery and Carbon Plant is hosting the annual Walk of Honor for our Veterans event, which will be held on May 21st at the Crockett Community Center. To learn more about the event and ways to become a sponsor, please click the links below or visit the event webpage here. Sponsorship Package Information […]

The Richmond Standard Newsletter for April 21, 2-16

THE RICHMOND STANDARD Delivering community-driven news directly to you. April 21, 2016 Delivering community-driven news directly to you. Please forward to your friends, family and neighbors and encourage them to subscribe (for free!) by clicking the button below. Subscribe to our Newsletter Science & Sports April 21, 2016 Chevron Richmond engineers teach the science of […]