Property on McKay Avenue in the City of Alameda
Download: Our Commitment to Alameda - Crab Cove Conceptual Plan - Flyer
- The East Bay Regional Park District has operated Crown Memorial State Beach since 1966. The State Beach and the Visitor Center, and a portion of the Bay Trail, are currently the only Alameda recreational facilities managed by EBPRD. Plans for a future regional shoreline park at Alameda Point have not been finalized.
- More than 1.3 million people visit Crown Beach every year, and over 50,000 go to Crab Cove for educational programs and annual special events like Concerts at the Cove.
- The Park District has a long history in Alameda, providing local jobs, plus millions of dollars over decades invested into Alameda to operate and maintain Crown Beach.
- State Attorney General's letter to the Department of Justice
- Our Commitment to Alameda - Crab Cove Conceptual Plan
- Letter from DOJ to CA State AG--Condemnation of 1.59 Acres of Land 8-1-13
E&E Publishing, May 20, 2014
Public Lands: Feds sell land to highest bidder, snubbing state park and earning local enemies
San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 20, 2013
Stop feds' land grab from state parks
Mercury News, Nov. 8, 2013
Alameda: State Attorney General Harris Weighs In On Property Near Crown Beach
The Alamedan, Aug. 30, 2013
Small Property At The Heart Of Big Dispute
San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 24, 2012
Alameda's Neptune Pointe Subject Of Suit
The Alamedan, Oct. 24, 2012 (photo of property)
Park District May Sue City To Stop Housing On Federal Parcel
The Alamedan, March 16, 2012
City, park district at odds over veterans' complex deal
The District has a long history in Alameda, providing local jobs, plus millions of dollars, over decades invested into Alameda to operate and maintain Crown Beach.