Public Works Department

Courtesy photo &nbsp&nbsp Ray Velasco, an Alameda resident and avid surfer who cleans up plastic litter on the shoreline, displays the plastics he culled from San Francisco Bay over the past nine months. Velasco is glad the fee passed and new trash-diversion functionality will be added to Alameda’s storm drains.

Voters Pass Drain Fee

Dec 03,2019

The City Council will certify the Water Quality and Flood Protection Initiative at its Dec. 17 meeting after Alameda property owners voted in favor of a fee hike.

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4-Way Stops Set for Busy Corner

Oct 03,2019

The Public Works Department will install new all-way stop signs at the intersection of Santa Clara Avenue and Willow Street this month. The work is expected to be completed no later than the end of October.

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City of Alameda &nbsp&nbsp Three members of Alameda Fleet Services from left to right: Daniel Olberg, Lee Morris and Forrest Heiderick stand in front of a zero-emission 2019 Nissan Leaf.

City Fleet Now Electric

Mar 28,2019

The City of Alameda’s Public Works Department has purchased five new electric vehicles (EVs) and installed three EV charging stations at its Alameda Point facility, marking a major milestone in the city’s coordinated campaign to lower greenhouse gas 
emissions locally.

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City Wants Parking Input

Aug 08,2017


The Public Works Department is conducting a parking survey and hopes to hear from residents, businesses and visitors about parking in the city’s shopping districts.

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City Has Sandbag Station

Dec 10,2015

The city of Alameda’s Public Works Department is offering up to five free sandbags to Alameda residents to prepare for the upcoming storm season.

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