The Alameda Post serves the community by reporting current news and information, promoting community groups, diversity, and cultural awareness, and preserving Alameda’s history for future generations.
About the Alameda Post
The Alameda Post is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, digital-only local news site focused on providing accurate, fact-based reporting on the diverse city of Alameda, CA. Our mission is to meet the local news and information needs of the 79,000 people who call our San Francisco Bay city home.
We published our first post on December 13, 2021, and started publishing daily at the beginning of 2022. We publish several articles daily, with a focus on local government, housing and development, arts and culture, and other items about goings-on in the 94501 and 94502 zip codes. Most of the stories we cover are not covered by anyone else.
Since we launched, we’ve seen our website traffic grow slowly but steadily to between 25,000 and 30,000 unique visitors per month. In addition to our website, we have a weekly email newsletter with over 2,200 subscribers, and our weekly podcast, the AlamedaPostCast hosted by Scott Piehler, is Alameda’s only news podcast. Our ongoing Alameda history walking tours, led by our Historian, Dennis Evanosky, educate and inform our residents about our community’s rich history.
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Many people work together every day to bring you in-depth, unbiased, independent coverage of Alameda news and events. We rely on readers like you to make a tax-deductible contribution to support this important work.