Albert H. DeWitt Officers' Club (O'Club)

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the construction of the waterfront development at the gateway to Alameda Point (Site A), the entrance to Alameda Point at Atlantic and Main Street will be CLOSED and new access points will be opened starting June 26, 2018 and will remain in place for at least two years.


This may affect access to City View Skate Park, Alameda Point Gym, Alameda Point Multi-Purpose Field and the Albert H. Dewitt O'Club.  Click here for more information and map to the new entrances to Alameda Point.




A beautiful, historic facility available for parties, weddings, special events and family functions. The facility features wood paneling, crystal chandeliers, and a parquet dance floor.  The O’Club is an ideal venue for wedding receptions, banquets, and conferences.  Seats up to 250 people in the Main Room.




We are currently accepting reservations for the Officers’ Club up to December 2019. FYI, the 2019 Saturdays are booking up quickly.


If you would like to view the Officers’ Club, the facility is open to the public on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  You do not need an appointment.


For further information, please contact Katherine Sirota at (510) 747-7576, Tuesdays to Fridays only, or e-mail her at


To make a reservation, please make an appointment with Katherine to complete your paperwork and pay your security deposit on Tuesdays to Fridays only.



  • If you are planning to serve alcohol at your event, you must obtain a certificate of general liability insurance by following this link:  The City of Alameda does not collect this fee and has no knowledge or authority when these fees change.  This must be completed at least 2 weeks before your event.
  • If you are planning to sell alcohol at your event, you must obtain a permit authorizing you to sell alcohol, by contacting the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control:
  • If you are planning to serve and sell alcohol at your event, you must obtain both of the above.







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