The renovation of St. Andrew's Plaza is substantially complete, with the exception of some signage that has yet to be installed. Community partnership/stewardship programs are now being formed that are necessary for the Plaza's success.
OakDOT is improving safety and accessibility on Telegraph Avenue connecting 20th Street to 42nd Street!
Repairing Telegraph Avenue in Temescal is almost complete!
The City of Oakland is in the initial phases of beginning a Pilot Program known as MACRO (Mobile Assistance Community Responders of Oakland). The MACRO Program is a community response program for non-violent 911 calls. The goal is to reduce responses by police, resulting in fewer arrests and negative interactions, and increased access to community-based services and resources for impacted individuals and families, and most especially for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).
Safety improvements and paving on Thornhill Drive
Equitable economic and workforce development as Oakland moves towards decarbonization
Transforming Oakland's Waterfront Neighborhoods
The Upper Sausal Creek Erosion Control Restoration Project (Project) is located about 2,000 feet upstream of the Sausal Creek crossing with El Centro Avenue, off of Park Boulevard.
Funding by a State of California grant, the Uptown Wayfinding Signage Pilot Project brought together City staff and interested stakeholders to improve the signage in the triangle bounded by 14th Street, West Grand Avenue, San Pablo Avenue and Broadway.
An interdisciplinary strategy to improve underpasses in Oakland.
Former creeks, now buried in culverts, are memorialized by a series of bronze relief sculptures embedded into sidewalks at locations above these culverts. The pieces portray stepping stones surrounded by native fauna that inhabit the creeks such as Rainbow Trout, Pacific Chorus Frogs, California Newts and dragonflies. Each site features five bronze “stepping stones” inviting the visitor to step across as if crossing a creek.
OakDOT is implementing safety improvements on West Grand Avenue between Mandela Parkway and Market Street.
In 2009, the US EPA awarded the City of Oakland two “community-wide” brownfield assessment grants totaling $400,000 for use in west Oakland.
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) at the West Oakland BART station (PLN18490), including 762 residential units, 382,460 square feet of office, and 75,000 square feet of retail.
W Grand Avenue to 52nd Street
The roadmap for a clean and equitable transportation system in Oakland