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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
Ranking the Raiders 2017 draft class by jersey number

May 5, 2017; Alameda, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders linebacker Marquel Lee during rookie minicamp at the Raiders practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Let's be honest - be it consciously or subconsciously, every fan knows that a jersey number can make or break an NFL prospect before he even steps foot on the field.

May 25, 2017 - Alameda Municipal Power details technology program...

California public power utility Alameda Municipal Power recently launched a significant new technology program that includes the deployment of smart meters and is expected to result in a variety of benefits for the utility's customers, as well as Alameda Municipal Power itself. For the utility's customers, they will have new mobile options and account management tools, while the utility and its customers will be able to derive several benefits from new rate design options that may flow from the program.

Vau de Vire Society's 'The Soiled Dove' dinner...

A massive red and yellow circus tent purchased in the Italian countryside has arrived at The Point Alameda again, making way for the eclectic circus and musical show "The Soiled Dove" to delight audiences for the second year in town on weekends beginning June 9. It is a story of scandalous San Francisco in the 1890s and features stunning visuals by some of the best circus performers in the county, music by the Jazz Mafia and a catered meal by Work of Art. "All of these performers are world class performers.

Memorial Day weekend offers activities aplenty in East Bay parks

Memorial Day weekend - the unofficial start of summer - is always one of the busiest times in the great outdoors. And the East Bay Regional Park District is no exception.

My Word: Hyperbole fuels Alameda Municipal Power claims

The one renewable resource that Alameda Municipal Power doesn't get credit for is the never-ending stream of exaggerated claims about its green credentials. Look closer at its policies on solar power, selling off "extra" renewable power, local power generation and the health of our state's rivers and streams as they relate to hydropower.

Alameda Elementary School to Close Due to Safety Concerns

Parents and students rally outside Alameda City Hall to urge the School Board of Education to keep Lum Elementary open, despite serious safety issues. Despite opposition from scores of parents, the Alameda County Board of Education on Tuesday night voted to shutter Donald D. Lum Elementary School in June on grounds that the campus is ill-equipped to sustain earthquakes and poses an "enormous" danger to students.

Earthquake safety fears prompt officials to close Alameda school

Donald Lum Elementary School will close at the end of the school year after reports found it would be unsafe during a major earthquake. Trustees with the Alameda Unified School District made the decision Tuesday, despite appeals from parents and others who questioned the findings and called for the school to remain open.

Alameda school board votes to close quake-threatened school

An Alameda elementary school at risk of catastrophic damage in a major earthquake will close at the end of this academic year, the district board decided Tuesday night, overruling parents and school officials who had pleaded to keep the campus open. During an at times raucous board meeting, parents and students of Lum Elementary School repeatedly asked the board to delay voting on the closure so they could collect more information about the danger to the campus and alternatives to closing it.

Ship Shop Pre-Party at Churchward Pub

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and with it comes the unofficial start of summer. While thousands will flock to wine country for BottleRock, those of us staying in the Bay will have no shortage of music events to keeps us occupied.

Aqua Metals named Breakthrough Solution of the Year

Aqua Metals Inc. , Alameda, California, has been named a winner of the Platts Global Metals Awards , presented by S&P Global Platts, for the Breakthrough Solution of the Year. This is the second year in a row that Aqua Metals has been recognized for its innovation and leadership in the metals world, the company says.

Governor Brown Appoints Two to Contra Costa County Superior Court

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointment of Benjamin T. Reyes II and Wade M. Rhyne to judgeships in the Contra Costa County Superior Court. Reyes, 51, of Alameda, has been a principal at Meyers, Nave, Riback, Silver and Wilson PLC since 2005, where he was an associate from 2001 to 2005.

Almost 1 million affordable homes needed for Southern California poor, report says

Jamboree Housing Corp.'s Granite Court is designed to bring residents close to jobs in the Irvine Business Complex. It has 71 units above an underground parking garage.

Alameda: City workshop set for people who may be targeted by ICE

City of Alameda officials will host a "Know Your Rights" workshop for those who may be targeted for deportation by ICE on May 31. The City Council, along with the Alameda Unified School District and the city's Social Service Human Relations Board, will host a "Know Your Rights" workshop at Ruby Bridges Elementary School, 351 Jack London Ave., from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on May 31. The free presentation will focus on what to do in your home, school, workplace, or out on the street if faced with deportation and Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids. The workshop will be facilitated by the International Institute of the Bay Area and presented in both English and Spanish.

Alameda district to decide fate of quake-threatened school

Ximena Stobaugh waits for her 2nd grade daughter to finish school for the day at Donald D. Lum Elementary school in Alameda, Ca., as seen on Friday May 19, 2017. The school board will vote on wether to close the school citing the possibility of liquefaction during an earthquake.

Impeach Trump? Congresswoman Barbara Lee Held A Town Hall In Berkeley To Discuss.

She was joined by John Dean, President Richard Nixon's former White House counsel, who was a key witness during the Watergate scandal; and Malcolm Nance, a U.S. intelligence expert and retired Navy senior chief, who recently published a book on Russian hacking of the 2016 election. The town hall came on the heels of resolutions passed by lawmakers in Alameda, Berkeley, and Richmond, and one recently introduced in Oakland, calling for investigations that could result in Trump's removal from office.

Alameda's Adoptable Pets: Dogs' hot spots coincide with hotter weather

Summer is right around the corner, and with it comes something less desirable: hot spots. Medically referred to as acute moist dermatitis or acute pyoderma, hot spots are reddened, moist lesions that can appear anywhere on a dog's skin but are most common in dogs with thick coats.

Oakland has few answers, funds for keeping trash out of the bay

Despite the millions the city spends on a campaign to keep trash from flowing into the bay even regulators deem "progressive," its efforts are falling short of state requirements. Unless Oakland can come up with more effective plans and the funding to pay for them, the city faces fines for allowing too many pollutants into its stormwater.

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