Department Reports

Alameda County Workforce Investment Board 2017-2021 Four Year Local Plan

Four-Year Local Plan Status Update

The Four-Year Local Plan received approval by the ACWDB on March 9, 2017. Public comments were summarized and can be found on page 61. The State will notify Local Workforce Development Boards of the status of their respective Local Plans in early May.

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Four-Year Local Plan and Public Comment Period

The Alameda County Workforce Development Board’s (ACWDB) Four-Year Local Plan will be a strategic road map for creating a job-driven system that aligns with the goals and objectives in the California Unified Strategic Workforce Development Plan (State Plan), and will articulate a vision for strengthening ACWDB’s activities and partnerships between 2017-2021.

Public comment on the Local Plan is open from January 11, 2017 to February 15, 2017. If submitting a public comment, please site the section in reference and submit to

ACWDB 4 Year Local Plan 2017-2020

East Bay Regional Plan Draft 2017-2020

The East Bay Regional Planning Unit (RPU) is pleased to release the 2017–2020 East Bay Regional Plan Draft for Public Comment. The local workforce development boards that comprise the East Bay RPU, the Counties of Alameda and Contra Costa and the Cities of Oakland and Richmond, collectively developed this Regional Plan Draft with input from our partners and stakeholders. The plan focuses on our goals and strategies for building regional sector pathways and regionally coordinated workforce services to better meet the needs of employers and job seekers in the region.

The Regional Plan Draft for Public Comment will be posted for the 30-day period of February 3 – March 8.

The East Bay RPU will include all public comments in our final submission of the Regional Plan to the State of California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. Please note that the final Regional Plan will be submitted to the State along with separate local plans for each of the four local workforce development boards that make up the RPU.

Please access the Regional Plan and instructions for public comment here: