Volume 6 Issue 10

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Annual Make-a-Difference Day community beautification event Oct. 22

Fall is a great time of year to pick up and clean up, meet neighbors and earn community-service credit along the way by joining a Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force Beautification Event.

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Hayward annual minimum wage increase to occur Jan. 1

Minimum wage workers in Hayward are to receive a pay increase starting Jan. 1, 2023, under the City’s two-year-old local minimum wage ordinance.

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Return of Light Up the Season Dec. 3—and an invitation to participate

Light Up the Season, the annual downtown Hayward winter-time celebration and lighting ceremony, is returning to the City Hall rotunda and plaza the afternoon and evening of Saturday, Dec. 3, and local organizations, businesses, associations and school groups are welcome to participate.

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Your gift-giving dollar goes further with Hayward e-gift card program starting Nov. 1

The Together for Hayward e-gift card program is turning one-year-old and is celebrating by introducing bigger BOGO (Buy-One-Get-One Free) promotions and a new promotional contest.

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City of Hayward again named a top on-site generator of renewable energy

For the fifth year running, the City of Hayward has made the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Top 30 List of onsite generators of renewable energy, coming in 27th out of more than 1,700 participating public and private entities participating in the agency’s Green Power Partnership.

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