Projects

Building Electrification

The City of Oakland is seeking cost effective pathways to eliminate natural gas use in buildings. This page provides details of outreach, engagement, and data regarding health and climate impacts of natural gas, electric alternatives to gas systems, and cost-effectiveness analysis.

City Ticket Distribution Policy

<p>The City of Oakland receives suite tickets to every Raiders, Oakland A’s, and Warriors game as well as all other Oracle Arena and Coliseum events, along with additional field tickets to every A’s game, resulting in thousands of tickets to the City each year. Most tickets go directly to Councilmembers rather than the City’s executive branch, which is responsible for the management of City assets.</p>

Claremont Hotel

In 2016, Signature Development Group submitted an application for construction of 44 residential units, various site and circulation improvements, and expansion of club membership and facilities on the grounds of the Claremont Hotel, a designated City Landmark (Case File #PLN16053).

Coliseum Area Assessment Grants

In 2006, the US EPA awarded the City of Oakland two “community-wide” brownfield assessment grants totaling $400,000 for use in the Coliseum Area of east Oakland.

Downtown Oakland Specific Plan (Downtown Plan)

The City of Oakland is preparing a specific plan for downtown Oakland to ensure continued growth and revitalization to benefit both downtown residents and the larger community. The plan will provide sound policy guidance on development, linking land use, transportation, economic development, housing, public spaces, cultural arts, and social equity.

East Oakland Mobility Action Plan

"All East Oaklanders have access to, and choices within, a local and regional transportation system that is safe, efficient, and affordable, and connects them to the places they need to thrive. The City will partner with local residents, community groups, small businesses and other transportation agencies to minimize displacement and gentrification and acknowledge historical injustices.”

East Oakland Neighborhood Bike Routes

Neighborhood Bike Routes are calm local streets where bicyclists have priority, but share roadway space with automobiles. The improvements are envisioned to safely connect people biking in East Oakland to local destinations.

ECAP Ad Hoc Community Advisory Committee

The ECAP Ad Hoc Community Advisory Committee meets in Hearing Room 3 of City Hall from 6 to 8 PM on the fourth Tuesday of every month. This page contains resources and materials for the Committee, which provides expert community advice on the ECAP's formation, as well as meeting agendas, minutes, and recordings.

Fiscal Year 2019-2021 Budget

Together with the County, State, and Federal governments, the City of Oakland is one of many government agencies that work to pave your roads, clean your parks, and offer services to Oaklanders who need them the most. A City budget is the plan for how we will use our resources to provide services to the public.

Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Midcycle Budget Amendment

Together with the County, State, and Federal governments, the City of Oakland is one of many government agencies that work to pave your roads, clean your parks, and offer services to Oaklanders who need them the most. A City budget is the plan for how we will use our resources to provide services to the public.

Foothill Blvd/Bancroft Ave Bikeway

At 7.5 miles in length, the Foothill Blvd/Bancroft Ave Bikeway connects Lake Merritt to San Leandro and to the residences, parks, schools, libraries, and other destinations that line the corridor.

Foothill-Seminary Assessment Grant

In 2009, the US EPA awarded the City of Oakland a $200,000 “site-specific” brownfield assessment grant for use at an assemblage of eleven contiguous parcels located at the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Seminary Avenue.