Public Utilities Board

Regular Meetings

  • 6 p.m.
  • 3rd Monday of each month (generally)

Alamedans have a voice in the policies and operations of Alameda Municipal Power through the City's Public Utilities Board. Alamedans and other interested parties are encouraged to attend meetings of the Board. Live webcasts of our meetings are also available online.

Agendas & Minutes

Meeting agendas and materials for upcoming meetings are typically posted by 5 p.m. a week prior to the meeting. Minutes are available following approval.

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Upcoming Meeting Topics

Meeting DateTopics to be Discussed
September 20, 2021





Closed Session Before Regular Session
Regular Session:
Election of Officers
Presentation of Power Up for Learning
Local Area Resiliency Study
Doolittle Solar Project
Public Power Week
Environmental Report Update
Mid-Year Strategic Plan Update
Community Sponsorships Annual Report
Cooper Compliance
Transformer Purchase
Maintenance Agreement for AMI
Meter Purchasing
October 18, 2021
Electrification Progress Report/Update
Organizational Review | Hometown Connection
Food Service Program
Meter Socket Rebate Program
November 15, 2021
Service Center Emergency Generator Replacement
Approve PUB Meeting Schedule for 2022
Comprehensive Annual Report (CAR)
Time-of-Use Rate Check-In
CAPP COVID-19 Relief Funding

Members

Jerry Serventi

Jerry Serventi

Laura Giuntini

Laura Giuntini
  1. Hayley Wise

    Phone: 510-748-3908 or 510-522-7538 (TDD)

  2. Public Utilities Board



Jeff Gould

Jeff Gould

Christina McKenna

Commissioner McKenna-final_small

City Manager Eric Levitt

Eric

Membership Information

Four commissioners are appointed to the Board by the Mayor with the concurrence of the City Council, in accordance with the City Charter. The Alameda City Manager also sits on the Board, as an ex officio fifth commissioner. The commissioners establish goals, approve major purchases, set direction, and create the framework for local control for the utility.