A blue paddle boat is missing from 641 Waterview Isle (on lagoon #2 between Grand St and Willow St.). It probably blew off the dock during one of the storms. If you find it please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
A red Coleman Ram-X 15 canoe was found in lagoon #2. The canoe is tied up by the Grant Street ramp.
There are continuing complaints from residents near Lagoons 3 and 5 about odor, grass, and algae. While treatments have been applied and had some effect, the situation is not yet resolved. Additional immediate action is planned.
On Thursday afternoon, 7/20/2017, Alameda Public Works notified AWLHOA that they plan to flush the lagoon system to further mitigate the issues. No impact to Lagoons 1 & 2 is expected.
On Monday, 7/24/17, Lagoons 3, 4, and 5 will be lowered starting at low tide, about 7:00am. The lagoons will be refilled on that same day. There may be a second lowering on Tuesday, 7/25/2017.
AWLHOA is taking action to notify members by Website, and Facebook. Email notification will also be sent to members who have provided their email addresses. Public Works will handle notification to north shore residents.
If there are questions, please email Secretary@awlhoa.com or contact Alameda Public Works at 510-747-7900 or 510-747-79
The lowering of the lagoon water level will be started on April 16, 2018, and raising of the water level will start on June 10, 2018.
The lagoon water level will be lowered for longer this year to allow time to replace a broken weir gate.
The wind blew loose a paddle board in lagoon 2.
Please call city maintenance (510-747-7900) or AWLHOA if you find it.
A blue paddle boat in lagoon #1 near Alameda Hospital on Willow St was found.
Contact the City of Alameda Public Works to get your boat back.