Current Council Agenda


City Council Regular Meeting 

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 7 p.m.

Locations: Zoom and City Council Chamber - 200 Old Bernal Ave.

Governor Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 and has issued Executive Order N-29-20 and approved AB 361 suspending provisions of the Brown Act allowing meetings via teleconferencing and members of the public to observe and offer comments telephonically or electronically. 

The meeting will be held at the City Council Chamber - 200 Old Bernal Ave., via video/teleconference, and will be broadcast live on Channel 29 and at and 

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* Pledge of Allegiance
* Remarks by Councilmember Arkin
* Roll Call


CONSENT CALENDAR – Items listed on the consent calendar are considered routine in nature and may be enacted by one motion.  If discussion is required, that particular item will be removed from the consent calendar and will be considered separately.

City Council

1. Ratify appointment to the Tri-Valley Conservancy 

City Attorney 

2. Adopt findings regarding public health related to the COVID-19 pandemic to support continued virtual public city meetings per Resolution No. 21-1249

City Manager

3. Approve meeting minutes of January 18, 2022

4. Approve a proclamation recognizing June 2022 as LGTBQ+ Pride Month 

Community Development

5. Approve professional services agreements with Hexagon, TJKM, and Fehr and Peers for the not-to-exceed amount of $500,000 (cumulative) for on-call transportation consultant services through June 30, 2025

6. Approve professional services agreements with 4Leaf, Inc., Independent Code Consultants, Inc., Shums Coda Associates, TRB & Associates, Inc., and West Coast Code Consultants, Inc., to provide on-call building and fire code plan review, permit counter, and inspection services for the not-to-exceed aggregate annual amount of $1.4 million

7. Accept public improvements performed by Pleasanton Unified School District for the traffic signal modification and installation of a second southbound left turn lane on Foothill Road at Foothill High School and approve reimbursement of $800,000 to Pleasanton Unified School District for the completion of the second southbound left turn lane Traffic Impact Fee project

8. Actions of the Zoning Administrator and Planning Commission 


9. Adopt resolutions approving the Engineer's Reports for Landscape Maintenance Districts 1984-1 (Ponderosa-Del Prado), 1993-1 (Windsor), 1993-2 (Bonde Ranch), 1994-1 (Oak Tree Farm), and 1995-1 (Moller Ranch), declaring the City’s intention to assess the properties for the cost to operate and maintain the Districts, and setting June 21, 2022, at 7 p.m., as the date and time for the public hearing

10. Adopt resolutions approving the Engineer's Reports for the Geologic Hazard Abatement Districts (GHAD) for Laurel Creek Estates, Moller Ranch, Lemoine Ranch Estates, and Oak Tree Farm; Declaring the Board's intention to assess the properties for the cost to operate and maintain the Districts; and setting June 21, 2022, at 6:50 p.m., as the date and time for the public hearing

11. Allocate an additional $210,000 to the Transportation Corridor Parking Lot Project, CIP No. 17448, to increase the project contingency, fund the Civic Park improvements and approve amendments to agreements with HMH Engineers and Pakpour consulting group for additional construction support services

12. Accept public improvements performed by WestCal Design and Build, Inc. for the Lift Stations 7 and 8 Ventilation and Lighting Improvements Project, CIP No. 21267

13. Approve a project specific maintenance agreement between the City of Pleasanton and Caltrans for the Hopyard Road and I-580 bridge overcrossing for the Hopyard Road and Owens Drive Intersection Improvements Project, CIP No. 15525


14. Accept the Monthly Disbursements and Investment Report for March 2022

Human Resources

15. Approve professional services agreement with Renne Public Law Group, LLP for legal services related to labor and employment

Library and Recreation

16. Adopt a resolution authorizing the submittal of applications to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Transportation Development Act funds and the Alameda County Transportation Commission for Measure BB funds for the Pleasanton Rides Door-to-Door program 

Operations Services

17. Approve a five-year agreement with MaintStar, Inc. in the amount of $540,442 for Computerized Maintenance Management System Services for the Operations Services Department

18. Adopt a resolution authorizing the Operations Services Department to apply for Bureau of Reclamation grant funds for the City’s Lawn Conversion Rebate Program 

19. Approve a new 25-year Recreational Use License Agreement with Zone 7 Water Agency for the recreational use of maintenance roads for public trails along flood control channels

20. Approve first amendment to the agreement for as-needed commercial interior and office furnishings services with Creative Supports, Inc., by increasing the not-to-exceed amount from $90,000 to $180,000 through FY 2023/24

21. Approve first amendment to the agreement for as-needed building painting services with D&D Commercial & Residential Painting, Inc., increasing the not-to-exceed amount from $300,000 to $500,000 and extending the term through FY 2023/24 


22. Presentation of a Commendation recognizing Andres Rodriguez

23. Recognition of outgoing Commission and Committee members

24. New Commission and Committee Members Oath of Office

25. Presentation by Thomas Hart Middle School Students regarding Thrombosis Awareness

26. Public Comment regarding items not listed on the agenda – Speakers are limited to 3 minutes.

If necessary to ensure completion of the following items, the Mayor may alter time limits.

27. Adopt a resolution certifying an exception to the 180-day waiting period to appoint an extra help retired annuitant pursuant to Government Code sections 7522.56 and 21224

28. Review the Meadowlark Trail Project, CIP No. 22797, and provide direction to staff on whether to proceed with construction

29. Review and consider the City’s Legislative Framework with the 2022 Focus Areas and establish the City’s legislative positions on selected bills, and request City staff to monitor remaining legislation throughout the 2022 legislative cycle to determine whether the City Council should take a formal position on additional legislation 

30. Provide direction for allocation of funds in the special revenue fund related to the Pleasanton Garbage Service Rate Reserve


COUNCIL REPORTS: Brief reports on conferences, seminars, and meetings attended by the Council




Under Government Code §54957.5, any writings/documents regarding an open session item on this agenda provided to a majority of the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet will be available for public inspection by emailing the City Clerk’s Office at

There is a 90-day limit for the filing of a challenge in the Superior Court to certain City administrative decisions and orders, which require a hearing by law, the receipt of evidence, and the exercise of discretion. The 90-day limit begins on the date the decision is final (Code of Civil Procedure § 1094.6). Further, if you challenge an action taken by the City Council in court, you may be limited, by California law, including but not limited to Government Code §65009, to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in the public hearing, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council prior to or at the public hearing. The City Council may be requested to reconsider a decision if the request is made prior to the next City Council meeting, regardless of whether it is a regular or special meeting.

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