About AWLHOA

Serving our Homeowners and Community

Welcome to the Alameda West Lagoon Home Owner’s Association (AWLHOA). The Alameda West Lagoon is located on the main island of Alameda, California and covers approximately four miles. It is a salt-water lagoon that brings in water from the San Francisco Bay and supports wildlife as diverse as egrets, cranes, night herons, blue herons, terns, coots, cormorants, many varieties of ducks (resident and migratory) and visting geese. The West Lagoon waters are owned by AWLHOA, and maintenance is shared 50/50 with the the City of Alameda through its Public Works Department. Management of the Lagoon is divided into segments from North to South:

  • Lagoon 1: Westline to Grand
  • Lagoon 2: Grand to Willow
  • Lagoon 3: Willow to Park
  • Lagoon 4: Park to Broadway
  • Lagoon 5: Broadway to Court

We are always looking to create a better association and community! We welcome your comments and ideas to be more resourceful to you!

Association Operations Questions/Comments
Allen Derr, Association Operations
phone: 510-418-8181


Lagoon Operations
phone: 510-747-7980 or,
web: City of Alameda website. Select “Storm Drains/Catch Basins”, then “Other” from the list of options. Then click the “Next” button and log in (as either a New or Existing user). Enter your comment or question.

Lagoon Maintenance
Max Arbios, The City of Alameda, Public Works Dept. Representative
work: 510-747-7900