In a growing effort to provide cleaner streets and sidewalks in Oakland neighborhoods, the City of Oakland will resume parking management operations November 9.
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.
Oakland Furthers its Climate Leadership with Landmark Equity-based Plan and Carbon Neutrality Target
The 2030 Equitable Climate Action Plan (ECAP) advances the City’s commitment to equity and emission reductions by transitioning away from fossil fuel dependence, drawing down carbon, and building resilience for all Oaklanders to the impacts of climate change
Curbside Bulky Pickup Service Resumes for Oakland Residents July 1 – Oaklanders Can Begin Making Appointments Today
The City of Oakland and Waste Management of Alameda County Inc., announced today that curbside bulky pickup services will resume July 1, providing all Oakland residents an opportunity to dispose of large unwanted items at no charge by simply making an appointment and placing items curbside before 6 a.m. on their scheduled bulky pickup day. Residents can contact Waste Management now at (510) 613-8710 to schedule a curbside pickup.
Interim Director of Public Works