State of California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement List of Debarred Contractors
Listed below are the general steps to starting a business in Oakland. Remember, the staff at the Business Assistance Center are available to assist you.
Remember, never put leaves, grass clippings, oil or trash into the drainage system! And never dispose of those items in the street, because debris could be swept into the system by storm water.
Information and Documents about Street Lighting in Oakland
Street sweeping will not occur on the following City of Oakland holidays in 2021.
Look up the street sweeping schedule in your area using our interactive map
Stucco and siding are applied to outdoor surfaces of buildings. The need for replacement or repair can be due to age, weather, dry rot, aesthetics choices, or other concerns.
For more information please call or email the Stage Manager, Amir Clark
If you want to do construction in the Port of Oakland, you'll need to complete a Port Permit Development Application
How to apply to use a vehicle travel lane to allow businesses to meet Alameda County's Social Distancing Requirements
How to apply to use the sidewalk or parking lane to allow your business to meet Alameda County's Social Distancing Requirements
Once you submit all of your required documents and building permit fees, our Building Services engineers will review your plans for compliance with applicable codes and regulations.
In addition to the Basic Application for Development Review, most project applications also require supplemental forms including findings for conditional use permits, design review and variances. The list of supplemental forms found below is for your convenience, but you may need to talk to a planner, permit technician, or plan check engineer to advise you on the permits your project may require.
Thank you for your interest in supporting the Oakland Fire Department. Here are some ways to get involved.
Read about Oakland’s recent progress in becoming a more livable and sustainable city.
These semi-monthly reports contain demographic, hiring, and attrition data for OPD's sworn and professional staff.
This survey is one tool to collect feedback on the updates to the truck route network and parking regulations changes.
The OWDB helps businesses find qualified candidates to fill their available positions by working across several local and regional networks. Our partners can work with employers to develop or refine job descriptions as needed to enhance the matching process. Some organizations may also have capacity to serve as an intermediary to review candidate qualifications and filter employment-related inquiries.