Carroll Fife

Serving West Oakland, Jack London, Downtown and Adams Point.


Councilmember Carroll Fife speaks into a microphone

2022 Legislation

In 2022, Councilmember Carroll Fife more than tripled the pieces of legislation she introduced in 2021, legislation aimed at Oakland’s most pressing issues of stable housing, economic justice and adequate public funding.

This work included resoundingly popular ballot measures for authorizing low-rent housing, expanding tenant protections, creating a progressive tax structure on big business, a funding source for affordable housing, and establishing public financing during elections.

It also included resolutions in support of establishing public banking in Oakland, capping allowable rent increases levied on tenants, studying the feasibility of housing 1000 individuals at the North Gateway Parcel, creating a farmers market in West Oakland, expanding opportunities for youth through the Summer Jobs program, and much more.


Councilmember Carroll Fife speaking in front of Moms for Housing house in West Oakland

2021 Legislation

In 2021, Councilmember Carroll Fife either sponsored or co-sponsored legislation on reimaining public safety, honoring Paul Mooney, Shock G, and Michael Morgan, commemorating Dorothy King, supporting the State Assembly Amendment 3 to prohibit slavery or involuntary servitude without exemption, and urging the federal government to support Haitian refugees.


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May 24, 2023

Press Release: The Renaming of Tupac Shakur Way

During the May 16, 2023 meeting of the Oakland City Council, elected officials approved a resolution to commemoratively rename MacArthur Boulevard between Grand and Van Buren Ave. where he once lived as “Tupac Shakur Way.”

May 16, 2023

Press Release: Oakland's Black New Deal Study Moves Forward

During the May 16, 2023 meeting of the Oakland City Council, elected officials will vote to authorize a study brought forth by Councilmember Carroll Fife to research the ongoing effects of public policy decisions of redlining, displacement through eminent domain, and urban renewal on the Black community in Oakland, and to assess ways to redress the harms caused through a “Black New Deal.”

Dec 20, 2022

Release: Councilmember Carroll FIfe Moves The City of Oakland Towards Establishing a Public Bank and the Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District (EIFD), Legislation Passes

Councilmember Carroll Fife introduced legislation that accepted a viability study for The Public Bank East Bay and committed the City of Oakland’s intention to be a founding member in forming the bank with the cities of Berkeley and Richmond and the County of Alameda.During the December 20th Oakland City Council meeting, elected officials.


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Budget Town Hall Work Session

Event flier

The District 3 office is hosting a follow-up budget town hall, this time there will be break-out groups where attendees work with fellow constituents to discuss and define priorities for the next budget, as well as pathways for organizing towards them.

June Office Hours

Event flier listing June 24th Office Hours from 10-12pm, virtually oon Zoom

A monthly opportunity to meet one-on-one with Councilmember Carroll Fife.

Register for a slot here.

When: Saturday June 24th from 10am - 12:00 pm
Where: Zoom

About the District 3 Councilmember

Carroll Fife

Carroll Fife is the Councilmember for Oakland’s District 3. After decades of public service as a community organizer, Carroll was called to run for office by the people with whom she organizes every day. One of the founding members of Moms for Housing, Carroll has fought both in the halls of power and in the streets to protect the human right to housing.

As Councilmember her priorities are to divest from police to invest in community, get every unsheltered person in Oakland into housing as quickly as possible, and create progressive tax structures to correct social and racial inequities. Her historic winning campaign, supported by virtually every endorsing organization in Oakland, was powered by over 1000 active volunteers, and has transitioned into a permanent political organization dedicated to passing transformative legislation and building a progressive majority on the Oakland City Council.

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