August 27, 2018

As an island city, Alameda is particularly vulnerable to sea level rise, and at the same time it faces the challenges caused by greenhouse gas emissions. The City of Alameda is developing a Climate Action and Resiliency Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address climate impacts like increased flooding. As part of this process, the City is looking for your input. This is very important to our future!

The City is hosting a series of input sessions around Alameda (same content – different locations). Join your neighbors at one of these meet ups:

Monday, September 24 • 6:30-8pm
Harrison Center • 1450 High Street

Tuesday, September 25 • 6:30-8pm
Community of Harbor Bay Isle Owners’Association • 3195 Mecartney Road

Wednesday, September 26 • 6:30-8pm
The O’ Club • 641 West Red Line Avenue

Can’t make the input sessions or want more information about the City’s Climate Action Plan Process? Go to the project web page:

Click here to download the information flyer.