Oakland Public Works has recently completed the renovation of Hardy Park, also known in the community as FROG Park after the community group Friends of the Greenbelt. OPW and FROG celebrated Sunday with a ribbon cutting and grand opening.
The Oakland Public Works Department plans, builds and takes care of the physical and environmental parts of the City of Oakland. Our work makes the City a great place to live, work, invest and visit. Right now, we want to hear your ideas for capital improvements.Read OPW's Capital Projects Year-in-Review 2019
City of Oakland and Community Leaders Launch “Oaktown PROUD” Action Campaign to Combat Illegal Dumping
The City of Oakland and community leaders from across the city announced Tuesday the launch of the Oaktown PROUD campaign to reduce illegal dumping in Oakland, rolling out new services long advocated-for by community groups.
Oakland Public Works announced today multiple honors awarded to the City’s latest parks and recreation facility, the Rainbow Recreation Center. Completed in March 2019, the recreation center has gained attention in local, national and international audiences.
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Jason is a highly experienced civil servant that has been with the City of Oakland Public Works and Parks and Recreation Department for 9 years. With an MBA from the University of San Francisco and extensive executive experience, he is bringing improved process and methodologies to Public Works.