Beat 33 Meeting – 11/8 at 6pm

Attention Harbor Bay Isle Owners and Residents… Get involved in creating a safe community for all! Please join us for a public meeting concerning Beat 33! Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 6pm Location: Green Space in front of Bay Farm Community Church, Temple Israel, and Peter Pan Montessori, and beside the Community Center The Alameda Police Department will be holding quarterly public meetings to review crime in our neighborhood and get input from us and talk about what is being

Ongoing work at Pump Station M

August 18, 2022 Beginning on Wednesday August 24, 2022, East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) contractors will be performing work on Pump Station M, at 401 Packet Landing Rd. in Alameda. This work will likely result in a moderate amount of vibration in the immediate area as EBMUD will be installing piles and shoring for an excavation pit. The installation will take place during project work hours, 7 am to 3:30 pm for two (2) to five (5) days until

Bridge Construction

October 31, 2022 Construction on all five bridges along the lagoon path will begin on September 9, 2022 and will be completed in early December. Detour routes will be posted at each bridge. A section of the Community parking lot will also be closed for construction materials. The construction schedule is as follows: Bridge 4: 9/9 – 9/21 (BIP – Sea Bridge & Moss Point) – COMPLETED Bridge 3: 9/22 – 10-7 (BIP – Water’s Edge & Sand Harbor) –

PUMP STATION M – EBMUD project from Packet Landing and Across the Channel

July 28, 2022 East Bay MUD is currently doing utility potholing on the shoreline dirt path behind the tennis courts.  This work should be completed by early next week. The work at the Packet Landing Pump Station M, it is currently on-hold while we are doing the shoreline potholing work. The Pump Station M rehabilitation work should resume mid August and ramp up by September.

Lagoon Widgeon Grass Harvesting – 6/10/22

Solitude Lake Management will be in the Community Friday, June 10, 2022, to commence harvesting the widgeon grass in (system one) lagoon – Check Points #1 – 8. Here here for more information.

A conversation about housing in Alameda – 6/23/22

When Thursday, June 23, 2022 | 05:00 PM Location Almanac, 651 W Tower Ave,  94501  View Map Please note this event was rescheduled from June 9 to June 23 because of a conflict with High School graduation ceremonies — congrats to our Alameda grads! The Alameda Chamber and Economic Alliance is hosting a discussion about plans for bringing new housing to the island with Andrew Thomas, City of Alameda Director of Building, Planning, and Transportation. This event is open to the public,

Housing Element – Virtual Town Hall Meeting – Wed, 6/1 at 6 PM

Alameda Planning, Building, and Transportation Manager, Andrew Thomas, will host a virtual town hall and give a presentation to the Community and talk to Community Members about the Housing Element with full question and answer session for all. WHEN: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 LINK:

2022 Lagoon Lowering Dates

January 20, 2022 The Community of Harbor Bay Isle has coordinated with the City of Alameda to lower both lagoon systems on the following dates: March 28 – April 1, 2022 (with alternate/rain dates of April 18 – 22) This is an opportunity for all lagoon homeowners to inspect their docks and curb walls for any needed repair and maintenance; it will also allow any necessary clean up along the curb wall. Please remember, submission of an Architectural Application Form and approval


TWO OF THE COMMUNITY’S PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERS COME TOGETHER In recent weeks, our newly promoted Security Director Javier Silva met with recently appointed Alameda Police Chief Nishant Joshi to discuss the 40-year partnership between Harbor Bay Isle Security and the Alameda Police Department. During the meeting, both leaders quickly formed a bond based on their similar backgrounds, work ethics and most importantly their steadfast desire to keep the Community of Harbor Bay Isle one of the safest and best places

Community Workshop: Mecartney Road/Island Drive Intersection Improvements

November 23, 2021 Community Workshop: Mecartney Road/Island Drive Intersection Improvements The Mecartney Road/Island Drive Improvement Project aims to improve safety at this busy Bay Farm intersection. The City is considering four options: 1) a roundabout, 2) a reduced footprint all-way stop, 3) “do nothing”, or 4) a traffic signal, as shown in this presentation. Based on an analysis of the intersection and data on these configurations, the safest options are the roundabout and the reduced footprint all-way stop. We invite you to

CHBIOA Resolution – Request to Remove Leydecker Park from the City of Alameda’s Dog Park Plan

November 4, 2021 CHBIOA Resolution – Request to Remove Leydecker Park from the City of Alameda’s Dog Park Plan Please click HERE to download the resolution, adopted November 3, 2021.