Several project funded by Measure DD are located within Lakeside Park.
The City of Oakland is undertaking a project to restore and seismically retrofit the historical landmark Leimert Bride that connects Park Boulevard and Oakmore neighborhood, stretching across Sausal Creek.
Improved safety near neighborhood schools
Paving and street improvements from Lake Merritt to Interstate 580
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).
Refreshed paving and crossing improvements coming to MacArthur Blvd between 73rd & 83rd Avenue.
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.
Repaving and refreshed bike connection coming to Flora Street between Havenscourt Boulevard and 69th Avenue
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.
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 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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of how we live, recreate, and move about our city. The City of Oakland launched the Oakland Slow Streets program to support this new way of life.
Counting and measuring the City's trees so we can plan for a greener future