Category Archives: General Info
A neighbor recently sent me this picture of a turtle that was spotted in lagoon 2. Our good friends at Crab Cove Visitors Center identified this little guy as a Red-Eared Slider, a common turtle sold in pet shops, … Continue reading
Lagoon lowering is scheduled to commence April 4, 2022. Lagoons 3, 4, and 5 will need to remain down longer than usual to accommodate much-needed repairs to the concrete columns of the Bayview Weir located in Lagoon 5. These repairs … Continue reading
You may have noticed the lagoons being partially lowered (e.g. by 4-6 inches) and then re-filled a few days later. The City of Alameda is performing these partial lowerings every two weeks during the summer months with the intent of … Continue reading
ALAMEDA WEST LAGOON HOA ANNUAL MEMBERS’ MEETING The AWLHOA annual members’ meeting will be held at the location below (pending COVID restrictions): Alameda City Hall West, 950 West Mall, Alameda (Old Navy Base) in Conference Room “201” on Wednesday, October … Continue reading
The lagoon water temperatures are too high (around 76 degrees Fahrenheit). The dissolved oxygen levels are too low, which is harmful to wildlife and fish. And the high temperatures and low oxygen levels can cause toxic algae and bacteria growth. … Continue reading
The planned schedule for 2021 is as follows: Thursday, April 1: start lowering lagoons Saturday, May 15: start refilling lagoons
A red kayak was found and has been put in the City of Alameda’s Public Works storage area. If you are the owner, you can call Public Works to claim it.
Alameda Public Works notified AWLHOA of a sewer spill at 2019 Shoreline Drive (apartment building). A portion of the spill made it to Lagoon 2 via a storm drain. Water samples from Lagoons 1 & 2 are currently being tested. … Continue reading
The City will be posting warning signs for Lagoons 3 and 5. Please stay out of the water in those lagoons until the warning signs are removed.
The City will be posting warning signs. Please stay out of the water in those lagoons until the warning signs are removed.