The Oakland Campaign Reform Act (OCRA) limitations on contributions made to political campaigns and expenditure ceilings for campaigns are adjusted annually to reflect changes in the cost of living.
March 2: Councilmember Bas will host this forum so community members can share feedback and questions and hear from Orton Development on their plans to rehabilitate and adaptively reuse the Convention Center as a performing arts venue and office space for arts and non-profit organizations.
"Each person that the City evicts today and tomorrow must have the opportunity to speak with a service provider about their situation and have adequate shelter to move to. We need to upgrade their conditions -- otherwise we’re not solving this issue, we’re just forcing people to move around."
Mayor Libby Schaaf, TransForm and Lyft Announce New Partnership to Bring Transportation Equity to Underserved Oaklanders
Mayor Libby Schaaf, TransForm and Lyft announced a groundbreaking new joint partnership designed to bring more transportation options to historically underserved Oaklanders.
Nearly 150 neighbors from across District 2 and beyond joined us on Saturday, January 5th to make their voices heard by weighing in on our three starting priorities to strengthen Oakland in the first 100 days and first year of my term.
Large encampment at East 12th and 23rd to be closed and cleaned to accommodate $10 million seismic retrofit of 23rd Avenue Bridge
The City of Oakland is proud to announce its latest digital service simply called Planning and Building Documents. The digital inbox allows users to upload large files that would otherwise be too big to send via email.
This Sunday, January 27, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris will formally launch her campaign for President of the United States at a rally in Frank Ogawa Plaza. The planned rally will result in street closures and access restrictions at Frank Ogawa Plaza over the weekend.
City of Oakland seeks proposals from organizations to provide career development, job training services
Through March 6, 2019, the City of Oakland’s Workforce Development Board (OWDB) is accepting proposals from organizations to provide workforce development services for adults and youth using approximately $2 million in federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds.
As the next phase of developing the Downtown Oakland Specific Plan, the City is publishing a Preliminary Draft Plan, and inviting the public to attend and participate in upcoming events to provide input and feedback
Thousands of youth and adult volunteers from across the nation will participate in a day of service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In Oakland, over twenty community cleaning, greening, and beautification projects are planned and more than 2,000 volunteers are expected to participate.
Arbitrator’s award provides $79 million in retirement cost savings, plus fair wages, predictable and guaranteed medical benefits for retirees, and improved financial stability, consistent with new police contract.
Ninety community members moving out of encampments into newly renovated rapid re-housing facility this month with generous support of health care leaders
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The Deadline to renew is March 1st, 2019
The Preliminary Draft Plan describes transformative ideas and recommendations that connect the community’s goals to potential strategic actions. It will be reviewed by the community and revised to create the Draft Specific Plan by summer 2019.
Mayor Libby Schaaf & Kaiser Permanente Announce Three Initiatives to Improve Community Health, Tackle Housing Insecurity in Oakland
Kaiser Permanente unveiled several major initiatives that will improve health outcomes by creating stable housing for vulnerable populations. The initiatives — including seeding a real estate investment in Oakland, anchoring a $100 million national loan fund for affordable housing and kicking off a plan to end homelessness for more than 500 Oakland-area residents — are part of a comprehensive strategy to advance the economic, social and environmental conditions for health in the communities that Kaiser Permanente serves.