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 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.
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.
The Oakland Athletics are proposing a new ballpark and adjacent mixed-use development at Howard Terminal.
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.
OakDOT is seeking applications for temporary street murals painted by the community (you) on Oakland’s streets.
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.
Safety improvements coming between 7th Street and 20th Street!
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.
The Oakland Rain Barrel Program was a three year initiative (2010 - 2012) that provided subsidized rain barrels to Oakland residents, schools, churches and nonprofits.
Reconnecting the Town: Enhancing Oakland’s Civic Hub through Safer, More Reliable, and Equitable Transportation
Reconnecting Oaklanders and visitors to West Oakland, Old Oakland, Chinatown, Downtown, Uptown, Jack London District, and the waterfront for people walking, rolling, biking, and taking the public transportation. The City of Oakland is applying for the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) Discretionary Federal Grant program. We need your input on how you travel along the Broadway and Martin Luther King (MLK) Way corridors to make sure it serves YOU! Please submit your response by July 8th to help us shape the final project scope.
The objective is to enhance the effectiveness and reach of the City’s communications to multi-lingual, multi-generational, racially and culturally diverse, English-speaking and non-English speaking audiences through clear and compelling visual communications.