District l Supervisor John M. Gioia
Gioia says Bay Area can lead in innovation to fight climate change.
Supervisor Gioia raises rail safety issues in the Martinez train derailment and asks Contra Costa HazMat for full report. News articles in CCTimes and SFGate.
Heavy rains, high SF Bay water levels due to El Nino, and King tides are merging together this week for a high flood risk. Learn more here, in our latest eblast.
Contra Costa County's new Flood Preparedness website has helpful tips and links.
Are you looking for a location to fill up your sandbags? Click here for a list of sandbag locations.
This includes information on the County's six sandbag supply stations. West County residents can pick up sandbags 24/7 at the
News coverage on the County's flood preparation efforts: KTVU Channel 2, KPIX Channel 5, Contra Costa Times.
Welcome From John
Welcome to our District 1 website. I hope you find this site helpful for learning about our community, the projects we're working on, how we can serve you, and where to find resources in Contra Costa County. Click here for my most recent bio.Representing our proud and diverse community is a great privilege for me. I'm committed to make county government more effective and creative while maintaining critical services and protecting our role as the safety net for our most vulnerable residents. I've worked hard, alongside others, to fight for access to quality health care, environmental justice and better air quality, providing youth with supportive services and opportunities, and reducing poverty and violence. I always want to hear your ideas.
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.)