Every December, the San Francisco Business Times publishes their Oakland Structures insert with updates on development in Oakland.
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Oakland Magazine, September 19, 2018
To reduce wildfire threat, the Oakland Fire Department is preparing a Vegetation Management (Plan) and associated Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for City-managed parcels in the Oakland hills.
The Oakland Workforce Development Board (OWDB) sought public comment on the Draft 2017-2020 Local Plan Biennial Modifications.
Oakland's 2020 Energy and Climate Action Plan (ECAP) was adopted by the City Council on December 4th, 2012. The purpose of the City's first ECAP is to identify and prioritize actions the City can take to reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions associated with Oakland. The ECAP also establishes how to coordinate implementation of those actions and how to track progress. The ECAP assists the City of Oakland in continuing its legacy of leadership on energy, climate and sustainability issues.
As Oakland emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Economic Recovery Plan will serve as a blueprint for achieving short-term goals over the next nine months to create a more equitable and inclusive economy. The goal is a more just long-term business recovery that works for all Oaklanders.
Oakland has a strong legacy of environmental leadership, and has been recognized as a top ten green and sustainable U.S. city eight times in the last several years, including recently being ranked 4th among large U.S. cities by both the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Mother Nature Network.
The Oakland Police Department is dedicated to policing in a manner that is both constitutional and ethical. During the Occupy Oakland operations, our goal was to facilitate free speech and peaceful demonstrations.
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The Independent Monitoring Team (IMT) produces monthly reports documenting OPD's progress in complying with the Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA)
Explore OPD Organizational Charts to learn more about high-level command structure as well as its Bureaus of Services, Investigations and Risk Management.
An advisory board of the Reimagining Public Safety Taskforce.
These reports, presented most months to the City Council Public Safety Committee, provide a variety of data including: hiring and attrition, recruitment efforts, and demographic data for sworn officers and applicants.
This plan or element contains policies that address the management of open land, natural resources and parks in the City.