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Dennis Evanosky &nbsp&nbsp The safety of bicyclists and pedestrians comes first in this traffic design on Fernside Boulevard near Otis Drive and the Bay Farm Bridge. Designs like this encourage residents to walk, bike and roll in Alameda.

City Focuses on ‘Walk, Bike, Roll’

Aug 04,2020

The City of Alameda is seeking community input on draft recommendations for the Alameda Active Transportation Plan. This input will guide the creation of safe and comfortable places for people to walk, bike and roll in Alameda.

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School Sports Plans Revealed

Aug 04,2020

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced modifications to the California 2020-2021 athletic sports calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic on July 20.

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Coronavirus Updates

Aug 04,2020

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The Alameda County Public Health Department reports 187 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alameda as of Monday, Aug. 3. Alameda County became the first Bay Area county with more than 10,000 cases of COVID-19.That number now stands at 11,909 with 192 deaths.

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Larry Freeman &nbsp&nbsp Parents look on as youngsters dramatize the need for drivers to slow down on Garfield Avenue.

East End Neighbors Are Fed up with Speeders

Jul 30,2020

Alameda residents on Garfield Avenue made a statement on July 27, calling on motorists, city officials and the Alameda Police Department (APD) to take steps to curb speeding drivers and the area’s all-too-frequent stop-sign runners.

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No Sign of Andrew Jackson

Jul 30,2020

City Workers recently removed the sign that had defined Jackson Park. In 1895, the city opened “Alameda Park” on property that once belonged to local railroad baron A. A. Cohen. In 1909, the city renamed the park for President Andrew Jackson.

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