Alex Giualini Plaza
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|Alex Giualini Plaza|
|Type||City Hall (1930-1969)|
Hayward, CA 94541
|Construction started||late 1920s|
|Owner||City of Hayward|
Hayward City Hall opened in 1930. A circle-in-square design element on the building's facade was used to create the current city logo. It served as Hayward City Hall between 1930-1969. When the City Center Building opened in October 1969 the city government moved there. The current Hayward City Hall is located at 777 B Street, three blocks away from Giualini Plaza.
The Hayward 9/11 Memorial, located adjacent to the city hall building, a small memorial featuring 5 black granite columns, was dedicated May 30, 2016, to the first responders who died, and to the city's own fallen first responders, and the city's fallen soldiers
In 1999 the City of Hayward renamed the building and surrounding park Alex Giualini Plaza after the former mayor.
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