San Leandro Climate Action Assessment
As the City of San Leandro prepares for the Climate Action Plan update, knowing what residents and businesses are already doing and what challenges they are facing will help the City to better develop strategies and projects to support our community. The San Leandro Climate Action Assessment is an initial survey of residents and businesses in San Leandro around their awareness of the climate crisis and potential actions to take. Climate action is any action that helps people transition away from reliance on fossil fuels and towards a safer and healthier clean energy future. Participation in the survey will help shape the plan development and outreach efforts. Thank you for your time and assistance!
Questions can be directed to Hoi-Fei Mok at
What does your household/business do for extreme heat days? Select all that apply.
Go someplace with AC (library, movie theater, mall, etc)
Pull down shades/curtains on windows to avoid direct sunlight in
Drink lots of water
Avoid going outside
Make sure building and windows are insulated
Take cold shower
Hang damp towel or put bowl of ice in front of open window or fan
Apply ice wrapped in towels to pressure points such as wrist and neck
None of the above
Are you aware of potential health impacts of extreme heat, wildfire smoke, or flood-related mold?
Yes - very knowledgeable
Yes - some impacts
Maybe - a few impacts
No - not familiar
Do you have neighbors that you can turn to in case of emergencies?
Yes - many
Yes - some
Maybe a few
How were you impacted by the wildfire smoke last year?
How were you impacted by the PG&E power shutoff recently?
Do you have these items in your household/business emergency kit? Select all that apply.
Emergency water for at least 3 days per person
Emergency canned food and other rations for at least 3 days per person
Flashlights and extra batteries
First aid kit
Air filter masks
Manual can opener
Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
Water purification tablets or similar
Whistle to signal for help
Copies of important documents
Medication as needed
Moist towelettes, garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation
Change of clothes and shoes
Warm blankets or sleeping bag
None of the above
What barriers do you encounter to being prepared? Select all that apply.
Lack of knowledge of potential risks
Lack of knowledge on how and who to turn to
Upfront costs to buying supplies or making upgrades
Lack of relationships with neighbors/community
Day-to-day issues more pressing than risks posed during emergencies
Too overwhelming to prepare for all possible risks
Difficult to access agency services for support
Difficult to coordinate with multiple people in my care/who care for me
How can the City better support you in climate emergencies such as wildfire smoke, hot days, flooding, or power shutoffs?
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