The first 1,300 acres of land at the former base was conveyed to the city of Alameda in June of 2013.
The ‘parcel’ in the second phase is actually a group of non-contiguous sites at the former base, including submerged land, such as the former Seaplane Lagoon.
The lagoon is roughly 110 acres of underwater land, and was constructed in the 1930s by dredging and erecting seawalls. The entire lagoon will be subject to controls after it transferred out of the Navy’s hands, to prevent contact with contaminants.
Other notable sites include one between the lagoon and the pier where the USS Hornet museum is docked, the un-occupied 42-acre North Housing site, and the 6.6-acre Site 30, host to the Island High School building.
The entire FOST document is reproduced below.
The Navy’s next Alameda Point Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meeting will be held Thursday, January 14, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. at City Hall West, 950 W. Mall Square on Alameda Point.
The meeting is open to the public.