COVID-19 – Message From The Executive Director

During these challenging times, CHBIOA (a nonprofit entity) continues to provide services as allowed. The most obvious is that Security continues to be available, but with reduced interaction. The offices are locked, however Financial Services, Sanitation Services, and  Water and Wastewater Services are working from the offices. They will not be available for face to face conversations. Contact with associations, management services and communications are available by email or telephone. 

All landscaping services, as permitted, will take place until the order is lifted.

No use of the Community Center or any type of gatherings is allowed at this time. The building is locked until the shelter in place order is lifted.

Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times. 

Dawn Jaeger
Executive Director

Welcome to the Community of Harbor Bay Isle Owners’ Association


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.

Community News

Alameda-North Bay Farm Island Pipeline Crossings

Alameda-North Bay Farm Island Pipeline Crossings

EBMUD is planning to construct three transmission pipelines (24-inch inner diameter) located within Alameda County in the Cities of Oakland and Alameda. Water service to the City of Alameda is provided by four existing underwater pipeline crossings at three separate locations between the City of Oakland, Alameda Island, and North Bay Farm Island. Failure of one of three existing crossing locations […]

Alameda County News & Information Update 4-29-20

Shelter In Place Orders Extended

The seven Bay Area Public Health Officers who ordered a shelter in place in mid-March will extend the orders through May 31 while some restrictions are eased and tools to strengthen containment of COVID-19 are put into place. The social distancing intervention has slowed the increase of new cases and prevented the anticipated medical surge. As restrictions are eased, it is critical to ensure that growth of cases can be sufficiently […]

PRESS RELEASE: City launches Slow Streets Alameda to offer more space for physical distancing

April 27, 2020

Sarah Henry, Public Information Officer

City launches Slow Streets Alameda to offer more space for physical distancing

Alameda is joining cities across the Bay Area and country by implementing Slow Streets Alameda – a temporary “soft” closure of select streets to provide more space for physical distancing and physical […]