High Street Bridge High St & Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 This two-lane drawbridge spans the Oakland Estuary for 296 feet, connecting Alameda to…More Oakland. Approximately 30,000 vehicles cross the bridge each work day, as well as many pedestrians. The bridge was constructed under the Federal WPA Program in 1939.
ISLAND Eyecare 1429 High St, Alameda, CA94501 This company features three licensed optometrists who provide eye care for children and adults. Products and services…More include eye exams, demonstrations and a wide assortment of fashionable frames and contact lenses from which to choose. The staff speaks English, Chinese, German and Spanish. The business is in Alameda's East End district, near Lincoln Park and just a few blocks from the High Street Bridge.
The Great American BBQ and Catering 2009 High St, Alameda, CA94501 With the motto "Family, Friends and Tradition," The Great American BBQ is just that. With more than 20 years of…More experience, this company serves a variety of barbecued meats, sides and desserts, all in a pleasant and easy-going atmosphere. It features a small, convenient customer lot in the rear and is within walking distance of the High Street Bridge, with great views of the estuary and the Oakland hills. Owner Harry Stewart and his staff compete in regional barbecue competitions annually and the restaurant is a National Barbecue Association member.
Run by Alameda native and teacher Jan Howard, Peek-A-Boo Preschool on Windsor Drive near the High Street Bridge has…More been educating Alameda's preschoolers since 1977. Peek-A-Boo enrolls a maximum of 12 children between 2 and 5 years old and has a maximum ratio of one adult to every six children.
Peek-A-Boo's philosophy is that preschool should be fun and full of learning and discovery. Its activities include creative arts and crafts, music, reading and math readiness, and opportunities for imaginary play. The school provides two snacks daily as well as fresh fruits and vegetables.