Projects

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.

Crossing to Safety — Park Blvd at East 38th St and Excelsior Ave

CONSTRUCTION STATUS: In Spring of 2022 OakDOT broke ground starting off construction for the Crossing to Safety Project. We now anticipate to complete construction in Spring of 2023. Late equipment deliveries for traffic signal controllers, however, may delay project completion further due to the ongoing chip shortage and associated supply chain issues. We will continue to provide updates here as we are made aware of changes with equipment delivery.

D1 Mural Funding

I'm excited to announce that my office has additional mural funding to distribute! I've been able to partially fund murals in various D1 locations including on Piedmont Ave., San Pablo Ave, Market St., Lowell St., and Claremont Ave., and I'm looking forward to funding more.

East Bay Greenway Phase II

The City of Oakland Department of Transportation (OakDOT) is proud to develop a new segment of the East Bay Greenway. The cycletrack segment will run parallel to San Leandro Street from Seminary to 69th Avenue, with a new bike lane from 69th Avenue to 75th Avenue.

East Oakland Mobility Action Plan

The East Oakland MAP is intended to guide the City and other partner agencies in allocating resources for future mobility improvements in East Oakland

East Oakland Mobility Action Plan

The East Oakland MAP is intended to guide the City and other partner agencies in allocating resources for future mobility improvements in East Oakland

Economic Development Strategy 2023-2028

The City of Oakland’s Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) works to ensure that all communities in Oakland are healthy, strong, and thriving. Our goal is economic opportunity for all Oaklanders and equitable conditions for intergenerational wealth building. The City is seeking assistance with the completion of an Economic Development Strategy organized around actionable initiatives to achieve shared goals over a five-year time horizon. The community-designed and evidenced-based strategy will center the Oakland businesses, workers and communities most impacted by racism and underinvestment.

Electric Bike Library

The Oakland Electric Bike Library will make electric bikes available for low-cost rental in West Oakland, Chinatown, Fruitvale / San Antonio and East Oakland.

Emerald Views Residential Development Project

This project was formerly known as 222 19th Street Development Project. The project proposed the demolition of the existing garden associated with the historic August Schilling estate and construction of a 42-story residential high-rise (457’-9” to the top of the pyramidal roof form) containing 370 for-sale units, a 933 sq. ft. of ground floor café, and 357 parking spaces in five levels of underground parking.

Estuary Park Project

The Estuary Park Renovation and Expansion Project is an exciting opportunity for the community to reshape a portion of Oakland’s Waterfront into a great destination for residents, pedestrians, bicyclists, boaters, tourists, and others throughout the region. #OaklandEstuaryPark

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