Estuary Pedestrian and Bike Bridge Plans Move Forward

Alameda Post - Estuary Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge

Once seen as an impossible dream, a pedestrian and bicycle drawbridge from the west end of Alameda to Jack London Square in Oakland is progressing to the planning stage. The City is now developing a Project Initiation Document, which will position the project to receive funding for future phases, including construction. A new bridge would create […]

Free At-Home COVID Tests Available, Launch Disrupted by Address Issue

Alameda Post - At-Home Rapid Antigen COVID-19 test

Today, the federal government launched its program to allow all US residents to order at-home COVID-19 tests to be shipped to their homes for no charge. Anyone may place an order at CovidTests.gov, an official US Government website. The US Postal Service is managing the orders via Special.USPS.com/TestKits. The kits are expected to ship within […]

Alameda Chamber Rebrands

Alameda Post – Alameda Chamber and Economic Alliance logo

The Alameda Chamber of Commerce has announced a change to its name and logo. After serving the local Alameda business community for years, they will now be known as the Alameda Chamber & Economic Alliance. According to President and CEO Madlen Saddik, “As the voice of business, the Chamber is essential in helping to shape […]