AC-OCAP is now accepting applications for CDBG District 6 in Oakland. Please refer to the Oakland-specific materials to apply. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the seat is filled.
The AC-OCAP Administering Board members are responsible for planning, developing, and executing the local Community Action Plan for alleviating poverty and working toward institutional change to enhance the ability of low-income residents to achieve self-sufficiency in Oakland and throughout Alameda County (excluding the City of Berkeley). AC-OCAP’s priority focus areas are: family self-sufficiency, job training and employment placement, housing and community economic development, supportive services, civic engagement, advocacy, and capacity building.
The AC-OCAP Board is comprised of 18 members that represent public official representatives in Oakland and Alameda County, private groups and interests, and not fewer than a third are democratically elected/selected representatives from the low-income community. The Administering Board meets on the second Monday of every month at 5:30pm at City Hall.