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Public Notice: Richmond Workforce Development Board's Workforce Development Plans for Program Years 2021-2024 Public Comment


The City of Richmond and the EastBayWorks Regional Planning Unit will be submitting their Workforce Development Plans for Program Years 2021 through 2024 to the Governor’s Workforce Development Board as of April 30, 2021.

As outlined in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Section 108, Local Plans provide an action plan for operationalizing the road map laid out in the Regional Plan by describing how individuals’ access services through the America’s Job Centers of CaliforniaSM (AJCC) system. Local Plans are used to articulate how Local Boards will coordinate with local partners to ensure a person-centered service-delivery.

The Richmond Workforce Development Board’s Local Plan will be available for its 30-day public review and comments (March 12, 2021 through April 13, 2021).  Interested parties may submit comments regarding the proposed Local Plan to the City of Richmond, Workforce Development Board; Employment and Training Department at:  info@richmondworks.org

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The East Bay Regional Planning Unit (EBRPU) is pleased to release the Draft 2021–2024 Regional Plan for 30-day public comment ending April 19, 2021.  It can also be found on the EASTBAYWorks website and comments can be submitted directly to regionalplancommentebrpu@gmail.com
or through the EASTBAYWorks website.

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Public Notice.Regional and Local Plan 03-2021

Since its inception, the Richmond Workforce Development Board (WDB) has been actively involved in promoting and overseeing the local workforce system. Through the leadership of its Board and the participation of subcommittee members, we are seeking creative solutions for meeting the current and future needs of both job seekers and employers.  View City of Richmond WDB Board Members.

The City of Richmond WDB meets on the 2nd Thursday of every other month.  View 2021 Meeting Schedule.

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The Richmond Workforce Development Board will provide policy direction and governance to create and support an efficient, effective customer-centered workforce development system.

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Richmond Workforce Development Board Strategic Plan 2017-2020


The Richmond Workforce Development Board Strategic Plan for Program Years 2017 through 2020 has been approved and certified by the California Workforce Investment Board.  

View Richmond Workforce Development Board's Strategic Plan
View EastBay Works' Regional Plan


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We invite you to contact us with any and all inquiries.  

For more information about the City of Richmond Workforce Development Board, please call 510-307-8023