The MacArthur Transit Village is a mixed-use, multi-phased transit-oriented development located at the MacArthur BART Station. The village offers 880 new residential units, 143 at below market rent, and a new parking garage with 478 spaces for BART patrons and guests. The project will also contain nearly 40,000 square feet of new commercial/retail space (project case file #PUD06058).
Work is adjacent to the Highway 13 northbound lane between located between the I-580 Freeway and the Carson Street exit. Access to the easement will require heavy equipment to access the easement via Highway 13. Construction may directly affect the lane of travel closest to the shoulder (right-hand northbound lane) between the hours of 9am - 3pm, Monday through Friday, between October 21, 2019 and late December 2019.
Funded by Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax (Measure HH)
Oakland has launched an effort to design and build a new Community Center at Mosswood Park. The community is an essential partner in this effort, beginning with a Visioning and Master Plan Phase. Together we will envision the possibilities for the future Community Center and Park. It is critical to the success of this facility that we hear from YOU.
A neighborhood traffic calming study to effectively decrease traffic speeds, reduce cut-through traffic, and create a safer and more inviting environment for the Ney Avenue community.
The Project is a Master Planned community on the former Oak Knoll Naval Medical Center (PLN15378), which is approximately 191 acres conisting of 918 residences, 72,000 sq ft of neighborhood commercial, 14,000 sq ft of civic/commercial use, open space, creek restorations, and trails.
The 2030 ECAP will establish actions that the City and its partners will take by 2030 to equitably reduce Oakland’s climate emissions and adapt to a changing climate.
The Oakland Athletics are proposing a new ballpark and adjacent mixed-use development at Howard Terminal.
The Equity Indicators chosen represent the best proxies we could find for the complex disparity themes we set out to measure.
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing many aspects of how we live, move about our cities and get essential physical activity. The City of Oakland is launching Oakland Slow Streets to support this new way of life.
Counting and measuring the City's trees so we can plan for a greener future
The Vegetation Management (Plan) will cover more than 1,400 acres of City property plus treatment areas approximately 300 miles of roadside. Vegetation management activities conducted on these lands currently includes goat grazing on nine sites covering approximately 1,300 acres, vegetation clearing along 16 roadways (58 miles), monitoring for vegetation clearance along approximately 300 miles of road within the High and Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones (16.5 square miles), and brush clearance on critical City-owned properties (~332 acres). The Plan and EIR will evaluate these and additional vegetation management practices to reduce fire hazard.
Working with City Council to advocate for Youth Services in the 2020-2021 budget revision
This page is an archive of Oakland's 2007 Bicycle Plan.
Oaktown PROUD is a campaign by and for Oaklanders, to reduce illegal dumping and improve our neighborhoods. This page provides information about the team of young Oakland leaders supported by Oakland Public Works to encourage all residents to #BeOaktownPROUD.
This project runs from Park Blvd/4th Ave/5th Ave from Mountain Blvd to the Bay Trail. This 3.9-mile bikeway from the hills to the estuary.
An Evaluation of Pedestrian, Bicycle and School Safety
Healthy watersheds are a vital component of a healthy urban environment.
The City owns a variety of public land across the City. Given the housing crisis and an increasing desire to activate sites, it is an opportune time to establish policies that will ensure these lands are put to good use, and that the parameters for their use are predictable for all stakeholders.