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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Population: 72259
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda

Zip Codes associated with alameda, california: 94501 94502
Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett

Alameda News
Bay Area Company to Tackle 'Great Pacific Garbage Patch'

Alameda-based company The Ocean Cleanup is building what it hopes will be a trap for 1.8 billion pieces of plastic polluting a remote area in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii It's a giant environmental hazard, getting worse by the hour. On Wednesday, NBC Bay Area got a first-hand look at how a Bay Area company wants to tackle the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch."

Beer in the Bay: Brewbies Fest hits Alameda and Stone sets an

Every Wednesday morning, SFGATE finds the biggest headlines in local beer. Check back here weekly for news, events, and information about special releases from your favorite local breweries.

Riverside City Manager John Russo fired by city council

The Riverside City Council fired City Manager John Russo on Tuesday, April 17, amid his ongoing battle with Mayor Rusty Bailey. The 4-3 vote came during Russo's performance review, which was scheduled for the closed-door meeting between the afternoon Riverside City Council session and the night-time session.

Council keeps city manager on paid leave pending DA's review of her secret recording

Whether and how long City Manager Jill Keimach keeps her job remains uncertain following the City Council's unanimous decision Monday night to forward an audio recording she secretly made of two of them to the district attorney's office for review. The council presumably considered behind closed doors whether to fire Keimach for taping Vice Mayor Malia Vella and Councilman Jim Oddie, who she alleged tried to pressure her into hiring a candidate supported by the firefighters' union as the city's new fire chief.

East Bay pets of the week: Dogs, cats need 'forever' homes

Austin is ready to rock on out of Kitty City Limits! There's no need to travel deep into the heart of Texas - Austin is available right here in Pleasanton! Adopt Austin, a 2-year-old white-and-brown male tabby, at Valley Humane Society, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at 3670 Nevada St. in Pleasanton. For more information, call 925-426-8656 or visit to see other adoptable cats and dogs.

Carbon Supplants Silicon To Improve Lithium-Ion Batteries

Lithium-ion batteries power our lives. The electrical energy stored in their unique chemistry is changing how we live via applications like hybrid and battery electric vehicles, the support of large power grids, and cell phones, laptops, and other personal electronic devices.

East Bay Cities Consider Banning Companies That Help ICE Track Down...

Several local East Bay lawmakers are proposing ordinances that would prevent companies that gather data about immigrants and racial, ethnic, and religious groups for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency from also doing business with their cities. The purpose, say advocates from 18 civil rights organizations that drafted the measure , is to cut off support for the Trump administration's campaign of ramping up deportations, and to undermine possible future efforts to round up people based purely on their perceived ethnicity, race, or religion.

Alameda city manager wants her possible firing discussed in an open meeting

City Manager Jill Keimach wants the City Council to discuss her possible firing - set for later today during a closed session - to take place at an open meeting, according to her attorney. Keimach also wants Vice Mayor Malia Vella and Councilman Jim Oddie, who she alleges put her under political pressure when she was selecting a fire chief, to recuse themselves from the meeting.

Instead of catching waves, this California kid is catching some sweet hail a " in April

Residents of the San Francisco Bay Area woke up Monday morning to a strange, snow-like substance blanketing the landscape: hail. An "unseasonably cold" weather system, along with instability in the atmosphere, created the hail, and also brought rain and isolated thunderstorms to the area, according to the National Weather Service.

Park It: Botanic Garden native plant sale set for Saturday

Spring is planting time, and all kinds of California native plants will be available for purchase at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden spring sale, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 21. The garden is located at the intersection of South Park Drive and Wildcat Canyon Road in Tilden Regional Park near Berkeley. Parking is free.

The Alameda City Council will hold a special closed session Monday...

The City Council is poised to fire its city manager Monday in response to an independent investigation that appears to have revolved around a secret recording she made of a conversation with two council members. The council will meet in special session 5 p.m. Monday to decide the fate of City Manager Jill Keimach, who has been on paid administrative leave since March following an Oct. 2 letter to the council where she detailed receiving "unrelenting" and "unseemly political pressure" from two council members to appoint an internal Alameda Fire Department candidate "handpicked by the local union."

Plan to split California into 3 states may qualify for ballot

Alameda has a number of interesting museums, but none more fun or family-friendly than the pinball museum. The museum isn't just for looking: About 100 machines, some from the 1930s, are available for unlimited play.

Alameda City Manager Allegedly Wiretapped Councilors

An independent investigator has uncovered evidence that Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach unlawfully recorded two councilmembers and another city employee without their consent last year, according to two knowledgeable sources. Keimach's alleged actions are the main reason why the Alameda City Council and Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer voted unanimously on March 9 to place Keimach on administrative leave, the sources said.

Violent Attempted Robbery Injures Woman, Who Dies Days Later

A 61-year-old woman died Tuesday of injuries she suffered during a violent attempted robbery last Friday in Alameda, police said today. Officers responded to a report of a fight in front of a restaurant at 1919 Webster St. around 11 p.m. Friday and found a 28-year-old man and the 61-year-old woman suffering from head injuries.

7 awesome SF Bay Area things to do this weekend, April 13-15

Gertie Kennedy, 6, of Alameda, applies peanut butter to a toilet paper roll while making a bird feeder at the Alameda Daisy Troop's 31282 booth during an Earth Day festival in Alameda, Calif., on Saturday, April 22, 2017. The city of Alameda hosted several Earth Day events from beach cleanups, to a Hands Across Alameda solidarity event and a "Love Our Green Island," festival at Washington Park.

Woman, 61, dies after - selfish and vicious' robbery attempt

A 61-year-old woman died Wednesday from injuries she sustained in an attempted robbery last week in Alameda, authorities said. A 61-year-old woman died Wednesday from injuries she sustained in an attempted robbery last week in Alameda, authorities said.

Former city councilman runs again in Alameda

A former city councilman is hoping voters will allow him to serve again, saying trust must be restored in City Hall. Tony Daysog, who served on the council from 1996 to 2006, and again from 2012 to 2016, announced his bid Thursday to secure a seat in November's election.

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