President Biden has ordered that US flags on all public buildings be flown at half staff until sunset on March 31, 2023 in Honor of the Victims of the tragedy in Nashville, TN.
The City is committed to transparency in government by making project information available online. The public can track the progress of all active construction projects managed by the City below.
View approved Capital Projects for Fiscal Years 2021-2023(PDF, 39MB)
Learn more about Clement Ave Extension/Tilden Way project here.
We introduced a new bus Line 19, using parts of the former Line 19, through Alameda in 2016.
While the Alameda Municipal Code (AMC) identifies the adjacent property owner as being responsible for maintaining the sidewalk, curb, gutter, and driveway approaches, the City’s long standing practice is to repair sidewalk damaged by street trees, all other repairs are the responsibility of the property owner.
Starting December 2020/January 2021, the City of Alameda Public Works Department will be painting red curbs at intersections along 8 corridors to improve visibility for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The existing condition allows for vehicles to be parked near the intersection, resulting in blind spots and increased collisions.
The City of Alameda Public Works Department received various concerns/requests regarding Maitland Drive, between Mecartney Road and Harbor Bay Parkway.
To date, the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) Program has conducted school safety assessments (SSA’s) at eight school locations in the City of Alameda (City), and more are now underway. The purpose of an SSA is to identify and evaluate the transportation safety issues around a school.
For details on Council approval of final design plan for the Clement Avenue Safety Improvement Project on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, click on the link provided on the next page.
For details on Council approval of a roundabout concept on March 23, 2022: click on the link provided on next page.
To learn about this project click on the link provided on the next page.
Backbone infrastructure in Alameda Point’s Adaptive Reuse Area (Reuse Area) will be replaced with funding from the sale of buildings in the Reuse Area. Projects will be implemented through the City’s Capital Improvement Program.
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