On Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at approximately 7:00 PM, EBMUD experienced a sewage spill, which was captured within Lagoon No. 1 on Bay Farm Island, near Robert Davey Jr. Drive and Packet Landing Road. Beginning on the night of December 16, 2020, EBMUD began collecting water quality samples daily for analysis. Results from data as of December 24, 2020, indicated that the water quality in the lagoon no longer exceeds State Health Standards. EBMUD has removed the advisory and signs were removed on Saturday, December 26, 2020.
If you have questions regarding this advisory, please call EBMUD at (510) 287-1651 during business hours – Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM, or (866) 403-2683 after normal business hours.
Click here to download the Pump Station M Sanitary Sewer Overflow Data PDF
Following federal, state, and local guidelines on social distancing and the Shelter in Place Order for Alameda County, the Community of Harbor Bay Isle Owners’ Association (CHBIOA) Offices and the Community Center will remain closed to membership and the public until further notice. CHBIOA staff are working to complete essential functions. Non-essential functions will wait until the Shelter in Place order is lifted. Email your association manager or leave a voicemail with them regarding essential concerns. When leaving a voicemail to reach your manager, please include:
- Property Address
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Item of Concern
The Security force is in operations. Similar to Alameda PD, it is requested that individuals call in or provide email reports. Non-essential functions will not be conducted.
Landscape and maintenance will continue providing essential functions.
Homeowner dues may be deposited in the mailbox slot to the right of the Community Office front doors, under the window.
Thank you for understanding and helping us prioritize the safety of our staff, Community members, and visitors.
Located on what was once Bay Farm Island, the Community of Harbor Bay Isle Owners’ Association is a 917-acre planned community in the City of Alameda at the geographic center of the San Francisco Bay Area. Harbor Bay Isle includes a Master Community (consisting of 20 separate project associations), two salt water lagoons, a business park, spectacular views of San Francisco Bay, and extensive opportunities for recreation in a park-like environment…truly a beautiful place to live, work and play.