The City Council of Clayton
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY LIBRARY COMMISSION
ONE (1) OFFICE
Term: March 2018 through June 2023
The County Library Commission is organized under the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and was created to serve in an advisory capacity to: provide a community linkage, establish a forum for the community to express views regarding the goals and operations of the County Library, assist the Board of Supervisors and the County Librarian to provide library services based on assessed public need, and develop and recommend proposals to the Board of Supervisors and County Librarian.
Members are appointed by the city council from each of the nineteen (19) cities in the County of Contra Costa. The standard term of each member’s appointment is two years; each member is a volunteer and receives no stipend or compensation. An appointment will be made to fill the vacated seat of Clayton’s membership.
- The regular meetings of the Contra Costa Library Commission are held the fourth Thursday of every odd-numbered month, 7:00 pm, at the Contra Costa County Library Headquarters, 1750 Oak Park Blvd., Pleasant Hill, CA or other designed location.
- An applicant must be at least 18 years of age, a registered voter, and a resident of Clayton.
- There is only one (1) Clayton Commissioner position with a term of appointed office expiring June 30, 2023.
- Applications filed become a public record and are subject to public disclosure on request.
An application may be obtained:
In person: Clayton City Hall 6000 Heritage Trail
By mail: Call City offices at (925) 673-7300
Interested citizens are invited to return a completed application to the City Clerk by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, March 15, 2018. Individual interview of each applicant will be conducted by the full City Council, which meeting is open to the public and tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, 2018 in the early evening. Final appointment is expected to be made later that evening at the City Council’s regular public meeting on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Contra Costa County Library and Holiday Closures
January 1, 2018 through January 1, 2019:
Monday, January 1, 2018 New Year’s Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Monday, January 15, 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Monday, February 19, 2018 Presidents’ Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Sunday, April 1, 2018 Easter All libraries closed
Sunday, May 13, 2018 Mother’s Day All libraries closed
Sunday, May 27, 2018 All libraries closed
Monday, May 28, 2018 Memorial Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Wednesday, July 4, 2018 Independence Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Sunday, September 2, 2018 All libraries closed
Monday, September 3, 2018 Labor Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Monday, October 8, 2018 All Staff Training Day All libraries closed
Sunday, November 11, 2018 Veterans Day All libraries closed
Monday, November 12, 2018 Veterans Day (observed) All libraries closed (holiday)
Wednesday, November 21, 2018 (day before Thanksgiving) All libraries close at 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 22, 2018 Thanksgiving Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Monday, December 24, 2018 Christmas Eve All libraries closed (holiday)
Tuesday, December 25, 2018 Christmas Day All libraries closed (holiday)
Monday, December 31, 2018 New Year’s Eve All libraries close at 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 1, 2019 New Year’s Day All libraries closed (holiday)
If you have any questions please contact Library Administration at (925) 608-7700.
In 2018, the following holidays are observed by the closure of City Hall by the City of Clayton on the workdays noted below:
New Year’s Holiday- Monday, January 1, 2018
Martin Luther King Jr. Day– Monday, January 15
Presidents’ Day – Monday, February 19
Memorial Day – Monday, May 28
Independence Day – Wednesday, July 4
Labor Day – Monday, September 3
Veterans Day – Monday, November 12
Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 22
Day after Thanksgiving – Friday, November 23
Christmas Day – Tuesday, December 25
New Year’s Day – Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Note: When the holiday falls on a non-work day the nearest regular work day is observed.
California Government Code section 40804 requires each city to publish a summary of its annual Financial Transactions Report in a form prescribed by the California State Controller’s Office. To fulfill this reporting requirement, as suggested by the California State Controller’s Office, the City of Clayton has published the following Summary and Statistics form directly from the FY 2016-17 Financial Transactions Report.
Public Advisory Committee Member needed for the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy.
The East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy seeks one (1) individual to serve on the Public Advisory Committee (PAC) to provide input on the implementation of the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan / Natural Community Conservation Plan (HCP/NCCP or Plan) to the Conservancy’s Governing Board. The PAC is composed of members representing a variety of interest groups, including three members from the development community, three representatives from the conservation community, three private landowners and/or agriculturalists, and three representatives of suburban or rural residents within the Plan area. There is currently an opening for one (1) land owner and/or agriculturalist, or their representative from the Plan “Inventory Area” (see attached map.)
Please click on the titles below to view the annual report prepared June 2017.
NOTICE REGARDING “RED TAG” AT 8053 KELOK WAY
THE HOUSE AT 8053 KELOK WAY WAS MARKED SEVERAL YEARS AGO AS “UNINHABITABLE” (RED TAGGED) DUE TO THE STRUCTURE BEING LOCATED ON THE TOP OF A SLOW MOVING LANDSLIDE THAT IS AFFECTING THIS PROPERTY’S FRONT AND SIDEYARDS AS WELL AS THE PUBLIC STREET IN FRONT OF THIS PROPERTY.
FOR THE RED TAG TO BE LIFTED AND OCCUPANCY OF THE HOUSE PERMITTED, THE OWNER OR BUYER MUST CONTACT A REGISTERED SOILS OR GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TO HAVE A PLAN PREPARED TO FIX OR STABILIZE THE LANDSLIDE AND TO REPAIR THE FRONT AND SIDE YARDS AS WELL AS THE DAMAGED ASSOCIATED STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
THE PLANS MUST THEN BE REVIEWED, AND IF ACCEPTABLE, APPROVED BY THE CITY OF CLAYTON AND THEN THE NECESSARY PERMITS OBTAINED BY THE OWNER OR CONTRACTOR. ON COMPLETION OF THE WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE CITY, THE RED TAG WILL BE LIFTED AND OCCUPANCY ALLOWED.
DATE: JULY 31, 2017
Effective Monday July 24, 2017, the City of Clayton is pleased to now offer the public the capability to apply for and renew business licenses online. The City’s business license portal can be found on the City’s website at https://bl.ci.clayton.ca.us/primeweb and follows an intuitive and step-by-step instruction method to walk you through your business license needs.
First time business license applicant in the City of Clayton? Just click “Apply” and you will be instructed on how to register your business’ account. If you are renewing your business license, your renewal notice will include your business license account number and a unique pin number. Just click “Renew” and you will be instructed on how to renew your account online.
Want to go green and hand all future business license matters online? Please remember to select “Go Paperless” during the registration process. Thereafter you can change important business information, pay renewals and even receive your license electronically.
The Clayton City Council at its regular meeting of July 18, 2017, beginning at 7:00 p.m. or thereafter as may be heard, will consider its annual review and update to the City of Clayton Master Fee Schedule for certain user-benefit City services and use of City facilities and parks.
The master Fee Schedule incorporates minor adjustments to existing fees capture the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose April 2016 to April 2017 consumer price index (CPI) growth rate of 3.78% published by the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The proposed Master Fee Schedule may be examined for no charge at the City of Clayton, City Clerk’s Office, 6000 Heritage Trail in Clayton between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. It may also be viewed here.
The complete staff report will be available on the City’s website after 5:00 p.m. on July 14, 2017. If one has questions concerning the proposal, please contact the Finance Manager at 925-673-7300
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) maintains a standing Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) to provide citizen perspective, participation and involvement in the CCTA’s $3 billion voter-approved Transportation Expenditure Plan and Growth Management Program. The CAC is comprised of 23 members: 20 are appointed by each of the 20 local jurisdictions within Contra Costa (the cities, towns, and the County); three “at- large” members are nominated by community-based stakeholder organizations within Contra Costa, and subsequently appointed to the CAC by CCTA.
To become a member of the CAC, you must reside within the local jurisdiction making the appointment, and your Council or Board must take formal action to confirm your membership on the Committee. At-large members should be residents of Contra Costa.
Meetings are scheduled for the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the CCTA’s Walnut Creek offices at 2999 Oak Road, Suite 100. CAC members are appointed to serve for a four-year term without compensation. Members will, however, receive reimbursement for travel expenses to and from the CAC meetings.
For further information regarding transportation projects and programs Contra Costa, please visit the CCTA website at www.ccta.net. To view the CAC Charter and Bylaws, or to download the Word® file for this application.
Since the spring rains were so late this year, our weed abatement deadline for Central Contra Costas County (Concord, Clayton, Clyde, Pleasant Hill, Lafayette, Rossmoor, Walnut Creek, Pacheco, Martinez) will be May 26. Please have all of your abatement done by this date.
Trim up all tree branches to 10′ above the ground, trim back and thin out all thick & overgrown shrubs and brush. All parcels 5 acres or less shall be completely abated to 3″ or less. Parcels 5 acres or more shall have a 30′ disked perimeter and 15′ disked crossbreaks, or a 60′ mowed perimeter and 30′ mowed crossbreaks.
Fire Protection Technician
Contra Costa County Fire Protection District
2010 Geary Road
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
To make walking and bicycling safer, more convenient, and more attractive, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) adopted its first Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (CBPP) in 2003, and updated it in 2009. The CCTA is now updating the CBPP to harmonize local plans for bicycle and pedestrian networks in Contra Costa, and to better understand where and how often people walk and bicycle in the county. As the Congestion Management Authority for Contra Costa, the Authority is in a unique position to make walking and bicycling more accessible, connected, equitable, safe, and enjoyable modes of travel for all residents and visitors.
In 2017, the following holidays are observed by the closure of City Hall by the City of Clayton on the workdays noted below:
New Year’s Holiday- Monday, January 2, 2017
Martin Luther King Jr. Day– Monday, January 16
Presidents’ Day – Monday, February 20
Memorial Day – Monday, May 29
Independence Day – Tuesday, July 4
Labor Day – Monday, September 4
Veterans Day – Friday, November 10
Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 23
Day after Thanksgiving – Friday, November 24
Christmas Day – Monday, December 25
New Year’s Day – Monday, January 1, 2018
Note: When the holiday falls on a non-work day the nearest regular work day is observed.
Regular City Police services remain unaffected by these holiday closures, City Maintenance crews are on standby in event of City-determined emergencies.
Release of Community Choice Energy Draft Technical Study & Public Workshop Schedule
Contra Costa County and 14 cities within the County, including Clayton, are exploring the potential of a Community Choice Energy (CCE) program. CCE is a local energy model for local governments or special jurisdictions to procure or provide electric power for their residences and businesses. The most common reason for jurisdictions to pursue CCE is to promote electrical generation from renewable resources and offer consumers a choice in purchasing electricity with a potential for cost savings.
A draft technical study which aimed at comparing and evaluating three CCE programs that could become alternatives to PG&E service for area residents, has been completed and is now available for review:
You are invited to learn more about the potential for Community Choice Energy in Contra Costa County, the options being considered, and to hear the results of the City and County-commissioned draft Technical Study. The following upcoming workshops will provide an opportunity for the public to learn about Community Choice Energy and share comments and considerations with County officials:
Internal Operations Committee of the Board of Supervisors December 12, 2016 at 11 a.m. 651 Pine Street, Martinez Room 101
Public Workshop for Draft Technical Study December 15, 2016 at 7 p.m. 30 Muir Rd, Martinez Zoning Administrator Room
These two meetings are open to the public, local government representatives, community organizations and other stakeholder groups. For more information, please contact Jason Crapo at Jason.Crapo@dcd.cccounty.us or at 925-674-7722.
Clayton is hosting a local meeting and presentation on CCE at its regular City Council meeting of January 17, 2017, which is to be held at 7:00 p.m. in Hoyer Hall, Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road, Clayton.
For additional information, including FAQ’s and a survey for you to provide feedback, please visit the County’s webpage dedicated exclusively to the exploration of CCE: http://www.cccounty.us/cce
The City of Clayton, in concert with its environmental consultant for the project, prepared this Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) to evaluate the potential environmental impacts of the Verna Way Residential Subdivision Project (proposed project). The proposed project site is located on 2.46 acres of land within the City of Clayton at 5718 Verna Way and 5675 Pine Hollow Road. The parcels are identified as Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 120-043-037 and 120-043-038. In addition to this IS/MND, consideration of the following discretionary actions by the City is required for the proposed project:
Tentative Subdivision Map for subdivision of the site into six single-family lots;
Variance allowing for reduced lot widths;
Tree Removal Permit; and
Site Plan Review Permit.
This IS/MND identifies potentially significant environmental impacts for the following environmental areas:
Geology and Soils;
Hazards and Hazardous Materials; and
The environmental analysis determined that measures are available to mitigate potential adverse impacts to insignificant levels. As a result, this document serves as a MND, pursuant to Public Resources Code Sections 21064.5 and 21080(c) and Article 6 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines.
In accordance with the requirements of CEQA Guidelines Section 15071, this IS/MND describes the proposed project, identifies, analyzes, and evaluates the potential significant environmental impacts that may result from the proposed project, and identifies measures to mitigate adverse environmental impacts. With the mitigation measures identified in this document, the project would not have a significant impact on the environment.
All the technical reports and modeling results prepared for the project analysis are available upon request at the City of Clayton City Hall, located at 6000 Heritage Trail, Clayton, California, 94517.
Catalog of Enterprise Systems
(Pursuant to SB 272 and CA Government Code 6270.5)
An “enterprise system” is a software application or computer system that collects, stores, exchanges and analyzes information that the agency uses that is both of the following:
- A multi-departmental system or a system that contains information collected about the public.
- A system that serves as an original source of data within an agency.
An “enterprise system” excludes any of the following:
- Information Technology security systems, including firewalls and other cybersecurity systems.
- Physical access control systems, employee identification management systems, video monitoring and other physical control systems.
- Infrastructure and mechanical control systems, including those that control or manage street lights, electrical, natural gas or water or sewer functions.
- Systems related to 911 dispatch and operation or emergency services.
- Systems that would be restricted from disclosure by Section 6254.19.
- The specific records that the information technology system collects, stores, exchanges or analyzes.
SB 272 Requires that the City:
- Create a catalog of enterprise systems, containing:
- Current system vendor
- Current system product
- System’s purpose
- A description of categories or types of data
- The department that is the prime custodian of the data
- The frequency that system data is collected
- The frequency that system data is updated
- To make the catalog publicly available upon request
- To post the catalog in a prominent location on the agency’s website.
If the public interest served by not disclosing the information described clearly outweighs the public interest served by disclosure, the local agency may instead provide a system name, brief title or identifier of the system.
Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Documents
2014 Environmental Documents (IS/MND)
- Initial Study/ Mitigated Negative Declaration
- Appendix A – Bay Area AQMD Air District, Annual
- Appendix B – Revised Biological Resource Analysis
- Appendix C – Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment
- Appendix D – Transportation Impact Analysis
- Appendix E – Environmental Noise Assessment
- Notice of Intent to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Notice of Public Hearing
Project Plans and Documents
- Development Plan & Vesting Tentative Map
- Architectural Site Plan
- Preliminary Landscape Plan
- Fencing Exhibit
- Recreation Center Enlargement
- Street Scene and Elevations
- Color Schemes
- Habitat Conservation Plan Creek
- Habitat Conservation Plan Tree Exhibit
- Habitat Conservation Plan Application Form and Planning Survey Report
- Affordable Housing Plan
The big news from Environmental Health this year is that placarding will begin April 15, 2016. Inspectors will post the placard when they conduct a routine inspection at a food facility after April 15. In approximately one year, it is anticipated all food facilities will have received a placard.
Green means Pass – A green placard mans that no more than one major violation was observed during the facility’s most recent inspection (routine or re-placarding inspection).
Yellow means Conditional Pass – A yellow placard means that two or more major violations were observed during the facility’s most recent inspection (routine or re-placarding inspection).
Red means Closed – A red placard means the facility is closed because of food safety violations that poses an imminent health hazard.