Is the GHAD a division of the City of Dublin, Alameda County, or any other local authority?

No. The GHAD is a state authorized independent agency, separate from the City, County and any other local authority. The GHAD is governed by its Board of Directors - the members of the Dublin City Council serving as the GHAD Board of Directors.

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1. How do I report a street light that needs to be repaired?
2. Who should I contact to report a malfunctioning traffic signal?
3. Who do I contact to set-up water and sewer at my house or business?
4. What should I do if my sidewalk in front of my house is damaged?
5. Who is responsible for replacing damaged sidewalks?
6. Who do I contact regarding my concerns with traffic signal timing?
7. How do I request a new street light be installed on my street?
8. When is my street scheduled to be swept?
9. Who is responsible for trees located in the planter strip in front of my house?
10. Who should I contact if I notice that a sprinkler is broken in the median?
11. Do I need an encroachment permit?
12. How do I dispose of leaves during the fall season?
13. What is a GHAD?
14. When should I contact the GHAD?
15. How do I contact the GHAD?
16. Is there a fee for GHAD services?
17. Is the GHAD a division of the City of Dublin, Alameda County, or any other local authority?
18. Is the GHAD part of the Homeowners Association?
19. How do I find out information about the GHADs within the City of Dublin?
20. How do I find more information about GHADs in California?