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This community forum offers presentations about developments that are coming to Alameda or are currently underway and the impact these developments will have on the City's housing shortage. Come to hear project updates and future development plans. Be prepared to ask questions and offer feedback to those developers & organizations sharing their housing information.
Special presentation on Jean Sweeney Open Space Park by
Amy Wooldridge, Recreation and Parks Director of ARPD
This event is one of several ongoing forums about community development information and related Alameda issues. It is an excellent opportunity for the public to continue to learn and participate in a discussion about these new Alameda developments with those individuals involved in making these proposals a reality. There are both residential & commercial projects planned and being developed in Alameda.
- Andrew Thomas, City Planner, City of Alameda
- Mike O'Hara, Tim Lewis Communities for Star Harbor (Del Monte) & Encinal Terminals
- Sean Murphy, Alameda Marina, proposed development
- Victoria Johnson, Housing Authority of the City of Alameda
- Debbie Potter, Community Development Director, City of Alameda
Join us as a panel of experts that represent the City, Developers, and Housing Experts present an update and answer your questions.
Event sponsored by: Bank of Marin
Presented by the Alameda Home Team, Alameda Association of Realtors, and the League of Women Voters of Alameda.
Refreshments and registration will open at 9:30 A.M.
Optional Bus tour for forum attendees sponsored by Tim Lewis Communities:
City Planner Andrew Thomas will guide the tour of prospective, under-construction, and recently completed developments such as Marina Shores, Alameda Point (former Naval Air Base), Alameda Landing, Star Harbor (Del Monte), Encinal Terminals, and the Northern Waterfront area. Seats for bus tour are reserved for panel attendees only.
This event offered free to the community thanks to partial funding by the Smart Growth Action Grant by the National Association of REALTORS®.
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The Alameda Home Team
Public Forum on Development, Growth Issues Offered by Alameda Home Team, Alameda Association of REALTORS®, and League of Women Voters® of Alameda
We support programs to provide homes for everyone such as low-income, affordable housing, and home buyer incentives as well as meeting the needs of market rate buyers. We believe in the value of Alameda taking care of its own, knowing that a mix of housing types for all incomes creates vibrant neighborhoods, strong families, consistent education, and a healthy economy.