Get Help with a Honey Bee Swarm

To report Honey Bee Swarms, call (510) 898-6696. One of our volunteers will take information and arrange for timely, safe relocation. Follow the links below for help outside of Alameda county in the list of...

Become an ACBA Member

The ACBA membership includes commercial and hobbyist beekeepers, and those who just have an interest from around the County. The Association serves as an educational resource for beekeeping and urban and rural ecology within the...

Meetings and Events

Next Meeting: Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 6pm Here's a reminder that our June meeting will be held at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Avenue, Pleasanton, CA. The meeting will take place on Thursday...

The Alameda County Beekeepers Association

The Alameda County Beekeepers Association, established in 1916, provides education, support and resources for beekeepers and the public.

  • Speakers on honeybee biology, behavior and husbandry
  • Honeybee swarm removal
  • Hands-on classes
  • Annual symposiums
  • Presentations to schools and organizations
  • Educational booth at the Alameda County Fair

The ACBA meets on the second Tuesday of the Month at Studio One, 365 45th St, Oakland, at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are free and open to the public. You can also follow us online at Facebook.

If there’s a swarm of bees in your yard, call 510-898-6696 to be connected with a local beekeeper who will safely remove them. You can also find more information on our Get Help With a Swarm page.

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