Webster Street

Dennis Evanosky &nbsp&nbsp Shoppers and diners are slowly returning to the Park Street shops and restaurants that opened last Friday.

Dining, Shopping Enter New Era

Jun 25,2020

On May 19, the City Council approved a multi-pronged Commercial Streets Program to streamline the permit approval process for expanding dining and retail to parklets and sidewalks. Last Friday many Alameda businesses and restaurants began reopening. 

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www.estuaryxingshuttle.org.

Crossing Shuttle to Go on Holiday Hiatus

Dec 15,2015

The Estuary Crossing Shuttle will not run between Thursday, Dec. 24, and Jan. 1, 2016. Service will resume again on Monday, Jan. 4, 2016. Those in need of transportation during this time should visit 511.org. 

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Maurice Ramirez &nbsp&nbsp

Sweet Sounds on Webster

Oct 08,2020

The Santa Clara Vibes entertained people who ventured out last weekend on the West End to enjoy food, beverages and just to stroll and enjoy the evening.

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Al Fresco Dining Open on Webster

Sep 10,2020

The Fireside Lounge, the Hunter Public House and Calafia Taqueria have teamed up with the West Alameda Business Association and the West End Arts and Entertainment District to create the Al Fresco Dining Park at Wester Street and Taylor Avenue. They presented their first live show last Friday.

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Mike Lano  The award-winning Encinal High School cheerleaders cooked up deserts to sell at their Island Jam booth this past weekend. The girls raised money to pay for their uniforms and supplies.

Webster Street Jams Out

Jun 23,2016

 

Magnificent sunny weather brought the crowds to Webster Street’s annual street fair and Father’s Day Celebration dubbed The Island Jam last weekend. 

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Pacific Gas & Electric Co.  The blue lines on this map represent the major gas lines in Alameda. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. will replace some of the older trees on both public and private property near these lines.

PG&E Identifies Gas Lines with Tangles

Mar 10,2016

Pacific Gas and Electric has plans to remove and replace eight trees, and possibly more, on the island. The gas utility recently reviewed 35 trees on public property and another 48 trees on private property.

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