Projects

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.

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

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

Fire Station No. 29 Relocation and Fire Training Center and Community Complex Master Plan

Oakland welcomes our community to envision a new state-of-the art fire station, fire training, education center and community complex located at 905 66th Avenue. The relocation of Fire Station No. 29 to this site is a top priority to replace the aging and outdated station. We invite you to learn more about the relocation and proposed plans to include a future fire training center and a community space to better serve the neighborhood and Oakland at-large. We are eager to share more and hear from YOU.

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.

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