Alameda County Transportation Priorities Survey

September 15, 2020 Alameda County Transportation Priorities Survey The Alameda County Transportation Commission is pleased to announce that a new survey to inform the final recommendations of the 2020 Countywide Transportation Plan is now live! Take a brief survey about your transportation priorities and needs. Thank you for your time during the COVID-19 pandemic when you may be experiencing many different types of impacts. This survey will inform recommendations in the Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP), which sets a long-range vision

Email Scan Alert

September 10, 2020 Email Scam Alert On Thursday, September 10, 2020, many CHBIOA office staff received a hoax email appearing to be from our Executive Director, Dawn Jaeger. This scam involved a series of emails that ultimately wanted the recipient to buy several hundreds of dollars worth of gift cards. This is a scam and the email was sent from a bogus gmail account. In case the email may have gone out to homeowners as well, we are posting this

Pool Reservations Now Being Accepted

September 1, 2020 Brittany Landing Bay, Brittany Landing Harbor, and Costa Brava pools are now open. Due to COVID-19 Alameda County Health Department Guidelines, reservations are required prior to pool use. Your reservation will be reviewed and confirmed by your Association manager. The pool at Baywood Village remains closed until further notice. Please click here to request a reservation. Only one time slot per day is permitted. You are required to sign all COVID-19 release waivers and pool guidelines pursuant

AB-3182 Housing:governing documents – Amended 8/25/20

August 27, 2020 AB-3182 Housing:governing documents: rental or leasing of separate interests: accessory dwelling units. AB 3182 was amended on August 25, 2020.  The newest amendments make the bill worse in a number of ways.  Here’s our talking points we are sharing with staff in the State Senate. AB 3182 would prohibit an association from requiring an owner to reside on the property for a period of time before renting it.  Many associations require an owner to reside in the

2020 Pavement Management Program – Street Repairs and Resurfacing

August 21, 2020 PROJECT NOTIFICATION 2020 Pavement Management Program – Street Repairs and Resurfacing (Hot Mix Asphalt Overlays and Base Repairs) The first phase of the City’s annual street repair and resurfacing project will begin soon in your neighborhood. The repair will take place in several phases, and not all on the same day. Construction will take place in the following order: Areas of poor pavement will be patched, Edges of the street will be ground down, Street will be

When in doubt, call Security (510) 865-0417

August 10, 2020 When in doubt, call Security (510) 865-0417 As talks continue nationwide about defunding various police departments, crime rises in its place.  In the Community of Harbor Bay Isle Owners’ Association, this last weekend was no exception.  That said, if you think you hear something (voices that are out of place, buzzing, anything) call Security.  It is the mission of CHBIOA Security to provide safer neighborhoods and prevent crime.  Security is not the police, so if you see

2020 Lagoon Lowering Dates

August 4, 2020 2020 Lagoon Lowering Dates The Community of Harbor Bay Isle has coordinated with the City of Alameda to lower both lagoon systems on the following dates: August 3 – 7, 2020 (with alternate/rain dates of August 10 – 14) September 14 – 18, 2020 (no alternate rain dates) 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

Segment of Park Street being reduced from 4-lanes to 2-lanes to increase space for physical distancing and outdoor dining and retail

July 8, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sarah Henry, Public Information Officer 510-747-4714 Segment of Park Street being reduced from 4-lanes to 2-lanes to increase space for physical distancing and outdoor dining and retail COVID-19 is changing most aspects of our lives. The City has been working throughout the pandemic to help keep our community safe and enhance the wellbeing of our island. Last month, the City Council approved the launch of the Commercial Streets program to create more space

AC Transit Proposed Service Reductions

July 7, 2020 AC Transit Proposed Service Reductions Due to Covid-19, AC Transit is considering a bus network redesign to reduce service levels by 15% to 30% to match expected reduced revenues, which will be discussed initially on Wednesday, July 8, at 5 p.m., as stated in the AC Transit Board Agenda item #6D here. Zoom meeting link Phone (669) 900-6833 Webinar ID: 951 9595 0039 Submit eComment for Item #6D here   Timeline AC Transit staff is considering implementing the service reductions

City of Alameda – COVID-19 Community Update

June 23, 2020 COVID-19 Community Update As of this afternoon, there are 72 cases of COVID-19 in the City of Alameda, an increase of 17 cases, or more than 30%, since we posted on June 10. Alameda County has 5,140 cases, 78 hospitalizations, and 120 deaths (compared to 4,033 cases, 92 hospitalizations, and 105 deaths on June 10). The State of California has 183,073 cases and 5,580 deaths (compared to 136,191 cases and 4,776 deaths on June 10). The United States continues to lead the world in