May 10, 2021
City’s Draft General Plan Rezones the Harbor Bay Club as Medium Density &
The Landing Shopping Center as Community Mixed Use
The draft Alameda General Plan 2040 is now available for public review and comment at www.alameda2040.org. California state law requires that every city adopt and maintain an up-to-date, internally consistent, general plan.
The City of Alameda’s Draft General Plan shows the Harbor Bay Club being rezoned as medium density housing and The Landing Shopping Center as community mixed use. Both areas under the general plan will allow for increased residential density (rental units) within the Community of Harbor Bay Isle.
According to the plan this includes: single family detached homes, attached courtyard homes, multifamily rental buildings, multifamily condominium buildings, shared living, assisted living and residential care facilities. The residential density of blocks in these areas varies from 10 to 30 units per acre. Some individual buildings are over 100 units per acre.
If you don’t want the Harbor Bay Club or The Landing Shopping Center areas turned into possible apartment, condominium, or mixed use buildings, please submit your comments at www.alameda2040.org/contact. The last day to comment is Monday, May 17, which might be too late.
Below is the DRAFT CITY OF ALAMEDA GENERAL PLAN zoning map of Bay Farm.
ALL COMMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021, at www.alameda2040.org/contact.
The more letters, emails, and calls received from individuals, the more the city will listen to those comments.