The project consists of the construction and operation of a 2.0 megawatt photovoltaic solar facility on an 11-acre portion of a 33.2-acre site located northwest of the intersection of Doolittle Drive and Harbor Bay Parkway, in the northeastern area of Bay Farm Island in Alameda. The proposed technology type for the solar project is fixed-tilt solar array and will contain approximately 7,830 solar modules on site. The subject site is currently owned and maintained by the City of Alameda and contains the closed Doolittle solid waste landfill. The Doolittle Class III solid waste landfill began operation in 1953 and was closed in 1985. The property is located within the M-2, General Industrial Zoning District. The property is designated as Parks and Public Open Space by the General Plan, and is planned to be the future location of an open space park. The project will require approval of a use permit, lease of city land, and a power purchase agreement. The term of the approvals is anticipated to be for 25 years. At the end of the life of the project, all equipment would be removed to allow the City to develop the open space park at this site.