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When you drive up to a home and it isn’t aesthetically pleasing, your eye has a tendency to look away to more attractive looking homes. There is no reason why your home should not be one of the most appealing homes in your neighborhood. Sometimes a simple change of a door can change the whole image of your home. Siding, countertops, windows, doors, pavers or maybe the addition of a porch can give your home a new lease on life. Contact GVD Renovations today and work with our professional contractor's to see what options await you to make your home stand out in your neighborhood. Don’t hesitate to call us today for your free in-home estimate!
For about 3,000 years the Costanoan Indians inhabited the region around Hayward, prior to the establishment of the Mission San Jose or the appearance of the Spanish padres. The Costanoan lived in mud and straw cone shaped huts, and come down to the bay from the hills to hunt for sea lions and gather shellfish to sustain themselves.
A man named Guillermo Castro was rewarded for his previous civil and military service by Mexican Governor MichaeltoreÒo in 1843, who granted him some 27,000 acres of canyons, hills, and flatlands known as El Rancho San Lorenzo, and currently known as Castro and Hayward Valley. Where the historic Hayward City Hall is currently located is where Castro built an adobe house. Not far from the location of the Hayward Region Historical Museum, and the current location of the post office and library was the location of Castroís corrals. On the location that surrounded his rodeo plaza and rancho adobe, Don Castro had laid out the four blocks for the new community of San Lorenzo in 1852. He started selling off parcels of land and donated land for public places and schools.
A man named William Hayward arrived at El Rancho San Lorenzo during the time of the gold rush in 1851 as squatted on some land in Palomares Canyon. Mr. Hayward purchased 40 acres of land at the invitation of Don Guillermo in 1852 that spanned what is currently known as the downtown Hayward region. He son opened a dairy farm, a hostelry, a post office, and a general trading store. Sometime later Mr. Hayward became the Roadmaster of Eden Township, County Supervisor, Justice of the peace, and Post Master. Mr. Hayward and Rachel, who was his second wife, also opened one of the finest resorts in the region, known as Haywardís Hotel.
As the result of the famous Hayward Hotel, many residents called the new community Haywardís or Haywardís Place, even Don Castro had called the community what is currently known as downtown Hayward San Lorenzo. As a result of a clerical error, he community was officially named Hayward in 1860, when the post office was opened. The year 1876 brought the incorporation of the community Town of Haywards. The population of the new community was 1,100 people. The s in Haywards was removed in 1894, and the status of the community was officially changed to the City of Hayward in 1928.
The freighter industry arrived in Hayward in 1850, when it became apparent that Hayward offered convenient ship access to the Pacific and beyond as well as to San Francisco Bay. Hayward also became the stagecoach stop between San Joes and Oakland. The first railroad arrived in Hayward from Alameda by means of San Leandro in 1865. Numerous settlers arrived in the region, including Portuguese, Irish, German, Danish, and German immigrants as the result of the arrival of the San Francisco, Alameda and Hayward Railroad. The historic Castro Adobe, the majority of the businesses, the Edmonson warehouses as well as the railroad station were demolished as the result of a strong earthquake in 1868. The earthquake fault that was responsible for the abundance of water and springs that once drew the early settlers to the downtown area continued to play a major role in the history of Hayward.
The doors continued to be open for travelers to Hayward as the result of establishment of the Western Pacific Railroad in 1910, the South Pacific Coast narrow Gauge Railroad in 1875, and the Central Pacific Railroad in 1869. In 1929, the Hayward/San Mateo Bridge was constructed and many more people were attracted to Hayward as the result of the increasing popularity of the automobile. Hayward became the crossroads of the Bay Area. These days, easy access to the San Jose and Oakland airports, public transportation, an extensive network of freeways, an Amtrak station, and two BART stations permit residents and commuters alike easy travel to and from Hayward.
As they sought and found a lifestyle that was conducive to raising young families, rapid access to job markets, and more affordable housing, an ever increasing number of newcomers arrived in Hayward following WW II. In 1944, the Hayward Postwar Planning Committee was established, which laid a considerable amount of the much of the groundwork for a balanced and self-sustaining community. The Committee formulated a comprehensive 12-Point Plan, which resulted in institutions of higher education, parks, a water system, libraries, an airport, hospitals, bus lines, industrial development, and road improvements. The year 1956, brought the adoption of the City of Hayward Charter.
The population of Hayward had increased to 72,700 people by 1960. The landscape of Hayward had changed from canneries and apricot trees to shopping centers and subdivisions by the middle of the 1960ís. From the 1970ís through the 1980ís, the growth of Hayward continued.
Hayward was officially recognized as a city and chartered into the state of California in 1976. Hayward had a population of 121,000 people by 1990, and became one of the top 15 most ethnically diverse communities in the country. In Hayward, people from many different cultures work and live together to build a community that reflects its residents.
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