Representatives from all three state licensing agencies, the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the Department of Public Health, and the Department of Food and Agriculture, will be presenting at our equity applicant technical assistance workshop re the state licensing process on Wednesday September 26th from 10am-noon at Oakland City Hall, 3rd Floor Council Chambers.
Oakland Public Ethics Commission and Local Volunteers Launch Campaign Finance App for November Election
New version of Oakland campaign finance data website illuminates City campaign finance data through simple graphs, showing the source of campaign funding.
On September 17, 2018, the City of Oakland released a new Cultural Plan, its first in thirty years. Titled “Belonging in Oakland: A Cultural Development Plan,” the document provides a roadmap to support and lift up the role of culture in building a just and equitable city – so that every Oaklander in every neighborhood has access to cultural amenities.
Oakland Public Ethics Commission Finds Three Violations of the Oakland Government Ethics Act by Council Member McElhaney, Imposes $2550 in Fines
The Public Ethics Commission (Commission) decided Tuesday night to impose a $2550 fine on Council Member Lynette Gibson McElhaney.
The City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission (PEC) is now accepting applications to fill one PEC-appointed Commissioner position
Today, City Administrator Sabrina Landreth welcomed Alexandria McBride as the City of Oakland’s Chief Resilience Officer
Oakland Unveils Improved Access and Entrances to Lakeside Park, Children’s Fairyland and the Garden Center
City and community leaders cut the ribbon today officially unveiling a complete makeover to the entrances of Lakeside Park, its garden center, and the historic Children’s Fairyland theme park.
‘Paint the Town’ Mural Comes to West Oakland with a Tribute to Music History at the California Hotel
Street mural project highlights ongoing neighborhood work by OakDOT to make streets and sidewalks safer, and by EBALDC to revitalize the neighborhood with long-term residents
Support Fund for Officer Jordan Wingate who was critically injured in an on duty vehicle collision
A new study shows that Operation Ceasefire, Oakland’s primary initiative to reduce group-related gun violence, is a key driver behind the city’s dramatic decline in shootings and homicides since it was launched five years ago.
A series of three events across Oakland invites residents to drop off unwanted bulky items for free disposal, where they will also learn how to get the same service at their own home’s curbside.
Mayor Schaaf and OHA Announce Steep Increase in Affordable Rental Units for City’s Most Vulnerable Residents
Mayor Libby Schaaf and Oakland Housing Authority officials reported nearly doubling the number of Sect.8 households in Oakland over the same time last year.
Updates regarding technical and financial assistance for the equity program, read on for more details.
The City Clerk's office will resume after-hour walk-in passport appointments beginning September 18th.
Oakland Police Officers Volunteer to Coach Baseball Honored by Neighborhood Social Media Company NextDoor
Officers honored for volunteering to coach baseball to kids.
Today, Mayor Libby Schaaf issued the following statement on the passing of former U.S. Congressman and Oakland Mayor Ronald V. Dellums:
Statement from Mayor Schaaf Regarding the Arrest of the Suspect Involved in the Murder at the MacArthur BART Station
Statement from Mayor Schaaf regarding the arrest of the suspect involved in the BART stabbing
Alameda County Supervisor and Oakland Mayor hosted press event to announce funding for local deportation defense program ACILEP
Mayor Libby Schaaf joined representatives from the Oakland Zoo and other dignitaries for a ribbon cutting celebration, opening the new California Trail to the public.
The San Francisco Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Oakland Police Department (OPD) released two public service announcements (PSAs) to raise awareness of cold case homicides and to ask the public for information that may assist in solving these cases.