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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.

Population: 72259
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda

Zip Codes associated with alameda, california: 94501 94502
Towns/Cities near alameda, california : Woodstock South Shore Fernside Oak Tree Lockwood Gardens Tuxedo Bartlett

Alameda News
This Week: Streetsblog Party, Urban Cycling, Community Bike Repair

Monday / tonight! Urban Cycling 101 Classroom Workshop - Alameda . This fun workshop is taught by one of Bike East Bay's instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists, made possible with funding from the City of Alameda.

The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bay Bridge that never was

School children in 1953 look at Frank Lloyd Wright's "Butterfly Bridge" model, with two spans running side by side. Editor's Note: This article was originally published in June 2012 and has been updated with the most recent information.

U.S. gains 228,000 new jobs in November in another strong show of hiring

A job seeker is interviewed by a recruiter at a job fair for veterans at the USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum in Alameda, California. The U.S. labor market is sizzling and companies can't find enough qualified workers.

Alameda Fire Department, with new fire engine, sends crews to Southern California fires

The Alameda Fire Department, which just received a new, special state-owned fire engine, sent the engine and crews this week to the Creek and Thomas fires in Southern California to help with saving structures and searching for casualties in neighborhoods. At the new fire station open house Dec. 2, Alameda Fire Chief Edmond Rodriguez said the city had received a California Office of Emergency Services Type I Fire Engine, one of 133 state-owned fire engines staffed and supported by local government agencies.

Alameda Civic Balleta s a Nutcrackera returns in new venue in Castro Valley

'We're not out of the woods yet': Some Skirball fire evacuation orders lifted after fire destroys 6 Bel-Air homes, burns 475 acres This is the final scene of the first act of a previous production of the Alameda Civic Ballet's "The Nutcracker," which was performed at the Kofman Auditorium until last year. The Alameda Civic Ballet will present "The Nutcracker" on Dec. 22-23 at the Castro Valley Center for the Arts.

How Concord Pearl Harbor survivor brought the infamous day back to life

Marilyn Schuyler, left, and her son Jackson Miller, 16, of Discovery Bay, are greeted by Pearl Harbor survivor Chuck Kohler, 93, during a remembrance marking the 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor at the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, Calif., on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Pearl Harbor was bombed on Dec. 7, 1941, killing 2,403 Americans and wounding 1,178 on the island of Oahu.

Pedestrian fatally struck by car near Posey Tube in Oakland

Oakland Police responded to the incident just before 11 p.m. The pedestrian - a man whose name was not immediately released - was struck in the 700 block of Harrison Street, near where traffic emerges from the tube, which crosses under the Oakland Estuary from Alameda. The car that hit the man was headed northeast on the Harrison Street, about three-quarters of a mile from the Posey Tube, when he hit the man, police said.

Ready for the next storm? Sandbags available for Alameda residents

The sandbag station opened on Lexington Street, just off West Tower Avenue, at the former Alameda Naval Air Station on Wednesday. The station will remain open between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays through Dec. 15. Up to five free sandbags are available per resident.

911 Call Played in Trial of US Coast Guard Member

In a crowded military courtroom on Alameda's Coast Guard Island, attorneys made their opening statements Wednesday in the trial of a US Coast Guard member accused of neglecting his three-year-old daughter after she suffered injuries that led to her death. Jimmy Barlow, 31, faces four counts of child endangerment in a military court-martial at the same time his wife Holli Barlow faces similar charges in Alameda County.

Raising part-time faculty wages a shared concern for Laney and City College

Part-time community college instructors are asking the California Department of Finance for $100 million of the state budget. Of this amount, $75 million would be to further the conversion of part-time faculty to full-time, and $25 million would be to bolster part-time pay equity.

Wednesday's Briefing: Peralta Kills A's Laney Ballpark...

Stories you shouldn't miss for Dec. 6, 2017: 1. The Peralta Community College District Board of Trustees has halted talks with the Oakland A's for the team's controversial plans to build a new ballpark next to Laney College, reports Kimberly Veklerov of the San Francisco Chronicle . The board's decision indicates that it has no plans to move forward with the A's ballpark proposal.

Bay Area Firefighters Travel South to Battle SoCal Blazes

Bay Area-based firefighters on Tuesday picked up their gear and traveled south to assist in the fight against wind-whipped blazes burning across Southern California. Crews traditionally working in Alameda, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties are among the Bay Area crews assisting in the firefighting effort.

Get your lights on: 15 best Bay Area places to see holiday lights

The front of Deacon Dave's House of the Dove 34th Annual Christmas Display is photographed in Livermore, Calif., on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016. The house, located at 352 Hillcrest Avenue, features a walk through display with 524,850 lights.

NASDAQ:AQMS Shareholder Notice: Investigation over Possible Securities Laws Violations by Aqua Metals

Aqua Metals Inc is under investigation over potential violations of securities laws in connection with certain financial statements. The investigation was announced for investors in NASDAQ:AQMS shares.

First Congregational Church Alameda presents annual Christmas concert

The music department at First Congregational Church Alameda, United Church of Christ, will present its annual Christmas concert, "Believe," at 6 p.m. Dec. 17 in the church sanctuary. Music director Janice Peterson will conduct the choirs in selections of sacred and secular Christmas favorites performed by the Chancel Choir, Resounding Joy Ringers Hand Bell Choir, instrumental and vocal soloists, according to Neil Genson, church office coordinator.

Alameda's Adoptable Pets: Adoptions make time of the year most wonderful

The only thing we want for Christmas at Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter is for all our animals to go home for the holidays. There is no better present you could give a homeless animal than your heart.

Sponsored: Exceptional floating home for sale in Barnhill Marina, Alameda

Coming soon to the market is this gorgeous floating home, on concrete hull, with expansive views of the Alameda/Oakland Estuary and three levels of sophisticated livable space. How livable is it? The home features two balconies and a rooftop deck with a 360-degree view.

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