An Alameda resident applied to place the property scheduled to house the McKay Avenue Wellness Center on California’s Office of Historic Preservation’s (OHP) list of historically designated buildings to preserve.
City Council will vote on the possible adoption of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan at its June 21 meeting.
The proposed project’s goals are to improve the safety conditions on the 0.7-mile segment of Grand Street between Encinal Avenue and Otis Drive.
The City of Alameda announced the opening of the extension of Clement Avenue behind the former Del Monte building site. The extension will connect Clement Avenue from Entrance Road to the intersection of Sherman Street and Atlantic Avenue.