The City of Alameda is poised to eliminate the $150,000 cap on its public art fee as part of an overhaul of the policy. The Alameda Planning Board is scheduled to discuss the cap and other proposed policy revisions during its meeting on March 13, 2017. Staff is recommending the city maintain its existing 1 percent of development cost fee for public art but remove the maximum amount that a developer must either spend to install the art on-site or pay the city an in-lieu fee. Click here
to view and download the staff report and attachments. If the Planning Board concurs, the full City Council will hold a public hearing at a later date. For comments or questions, contact BIA’s Lisa Vorderbrueggen at email@example.com or 925-348-1956.