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City Asks for Input on Estuary Park, Fernside Boulevard Project

The City of Alameda is asking residents to help shape our future on the Island by providing input on Phase 2 of Estuary Park and the Fernside Boulevard Traffic Calming Project. Both projects have online surveys available, and the Fernside Boulevard project offers both an in-person and a virtual community workshop.

Alameda Post - Current concept design for Phase 2 of Estuary Park
Current concept design for Phase 2 of Estuary Park. Image City of Alameda.

Estuary Park

The online survey provides concept drawings and designs for the playground and the other amenities for Estuary Park, Phase 2, and asks residents to identify which they prefer. Input will help the City plan this new phase of the park.

Alameda Post - an image advertising the Fernside Boulevard Traffic Calming & Bikeways Project workshop

Fernside Boulevard

Two community workshops—one in person and one online—are being offered to provide the public with more information about the Fernside Boulevard Traffic Calming and Bikeways Project. The aim of the project is to create a design concept that will update Fernside Boulevard from Tilden Way to San Jose Avenue.

Community workshops will present information about a recent study of traffic speeds, crash data, previous community input, and more. Attendees at the workshops, and those who take the online survey, will have an opportunity to discuss their priorities for the street. Here’s how to participate:

  • Online Survey: Tell the City about your experiences on Fernside Boulevard.
  • 12/4 Community Workshop: Monday, December 4, 7-9 p.m., Edison Elementary School, 2700 Buena Vista Ave., presentation at 7:15 p.m., followed by open house. Children’s coloring table and light snacks provided.
  • 12/11 Virtual Community Workshop: Monday, December 11, noon-1 p.m. Register online for this Zoom meeting, or call 669-900-9128 and enter Meeting ID 893 7931 7424.
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