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.
This page provides information about a state-mandated project to install a trash capture device in a storm drainage pipe in West Oakland in order to reduce water pollution.
Funded by Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax (Measure HH)
Delivering safety improvements through repaving on MLK Jr Way
Enhancing connectivity between West Oakland, Old Oakland, Jack London District, and the waterfront.
The Oakland Mayor’s Office is currently recruiting interns for Spring 2022. The application period opens on Monday, December 13th and closes at 11:59pm on Friday, December 31st.
Measure KK at Work! Project Highlight – East Oakland Arts Center (EAOC – formerly DACA)
The City of Oakland has launched an effort to renovate and beautify nine (9) mini parks throughout the City's historically underserved communities. The project aims to remove unsafe play equipment and install new code compliant play equipment. New site furniture (benches, tables, BBQ pits, drinking fountains), landscaping and irrigation will be installed to enrich the sites for the community to enjoy for years to come.
Safety improvements coming between 7th Street and 20th Street!
From Oakland.Plus and Park Oakland, the City's Demand Responsive Parking and Mobility Management Initiative
Construction for a new Community Center and park improvements at Mosswood Park is underway! The community has been an essential partner in this effort, beginning with a Visioning and Master Plan Phase, to envision the possibilities for the future Community Center and Park.
Repaving and refreshed bike connection coming to Flora Street between Havenscourt Boulevard and 69th Avenue
Thank you for your participation in the Ney Avenue Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan! Detailed design for traffic calming elements is now underway. Speed humps have been constructed on Ney, Outlook, and Hillmont. Our detailed design for traffic calming improvements has been delayed but continues to move forward with construction anticipated in Spring 2024.
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 establishes actions that the City and its partners will take by 2030 to equitably reduce Oakland’s climate emissions and adapt to a changing climate.
Oakland Children's Initiative First Ever Video
The Equity Indicators chosen represent the best proxies we could find for the complex disparity themes we set out to measure.
The City of Oakland Department of Transportation (OakDOT) is proud to provide pedestrian improvements on 71st Avenue from Snell Street to Hawley Street and on Hawley Street from 71st Avenue to 72nd Avenue.
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