On Tuesday, June 21, the City Council voted 3-2 to move forward with the staff recommended version of the Grand Street Pavement Resurfacing and Safety Improvement plan with certain amendments to the presented concept.
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.
On May 2, the City Planning, Building and Transportation Department received an application to amend the General Plan and Zoning Code to allow for redevelopment of the Harbor Bay Club site.
The Alameda City Council will consider whether to implement a Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI) pilot program, designed to help Alameda’s most vulnerable residents who are disproportionately affected by a wide range of financial challenges.
At its April 28 special meeting, the Alameda City Council voted 5-0 to adopt an urgency ordinance that will extend the protections of the city’s Rent Control Ordinance to maritime residences or floating homes.
Alameda Assistant City Manager Girad “Gerry” Beaudin was hired for two city manager positions on the same night this week.
On March 15, Doug Biggs, Executive Director of Alameda Point Collaborative, updated City Council on what’s happening at the Alameda Wellness Campus.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday, March 10, the state is awarding the City of Alameda $12.3 million in Project Homekey Round 2 grant funding.
At its February 15th meeting, City Council voted to rename Constitution Way to Wilma Chan Way in honor of the late Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, who tragically died after being struck by an automobile while crossing Shore Line Drive on Nov. 3 last year.