Encinal Terminals Planning
Planning for the redevelopment of the old Encinal shipping terminals is under way. Surrounded by water on three sides, the site provides direct access to the estuary and views of Oakland and the East Bay Hills. Though today it sits derelict and abandoned, the parcel holds exciting potential to become a water-oriented live-work-shop-play destination.
The planning process began with outreach to Alameda residents to solicit their help in shaping the future of this amazing site. That input as well as ideas and feedback garnered from multiple workshops with the City’s Planning Board have contributed to the creation of a master plan proposal that will leverage the unique features of this site. The plan will provide Alameda with a vibrant new mixed use waterfront community, with a blend of retail and commercial uses, parks and open space, housing and facilities for future water transit.
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City Planning Meetings:
July 17, 2017 at 7:00pm: Planning Board Meeting
Purpose: Discuss the Master Plan
March 27, 2017 at 7:00pm: Planning Board Meeting
Purpose: Comments on the EIR and review of Master Plan
January 2017 Planning Board Workshop: Review of Revised Site Plan and Street Sections.
October 2016 Planning Board Workshop: Review of the Public Realm (Streets and Open Space).
June 2016 Planning Board Workshop: Review of Subarea Land Uses and Building Heights.
May 2016 EIR Scoping Session with Planning Board: Comments on the EIR and review of Master Plan.
January 25, 2016 (Meeting #5): Over the past several months, we have hosted a series of community meetings to gather feedback to inform our plans for Encinal Terminals, along Alameda’s Northern Waterfront. Now, with your input in mind, we are in the early stages of creating a master plan for Encinal Terminals to submit to the City of Alameda, beginning with a Planning Board Workshop.
December 10, 2015 (Meeting #4): Utilizing the input received from the October and November meetings, the project team will share the predominant input and vision statements, and begin to discuss different site planning concepts. Attendees will be able to review the site concepts and provide input and feedback that can then be incorporated into the Master Plan for the site.
November 16, 2015 (Meeting #3): Meeting #2 will be repeated, to give those who could not attend the 10/22 meeting an opportunity to provide input to the process. After an introductory discussion of the background of the site, we will review photoimagery, and then discuss those images.
October 22, 2015 (Meeting #2): An introductory meeting was held for the public, which included an overview of the site, a discussion of the regulatory framework surrounding the site, and a review of photoimagery, to solicit ideas for what people want to see at Encinal Terminals. After reviewing the imagery, a lengthy discussion of the images and vision for the site was held.
October 10, 2015 Site Tour (Meeting #1): A tour of the site was hosted on Saturday, October 10th.
Future meetings will be added as they are scheduled.
Presentation from our October 22, 2015 meeting
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