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Police Oversight

Oakland's Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA), Civilian Police Commission, and Office of the Inspector General (OIG) provide layers of external oversight as well as internal oversight to OPD practices and policies.

Pool Fees

Look at the table below for our pool fees.

Pool Rules

For all patrons' safety, patrons are expected to follow all established pool rules and regulations. Warnings will be issued if violations occur - patrons endangering themselves or other users will be asked to leave this OPR facility. All patrons are encouraged to have a safe and fun experience. If any questions or concerns should arise - please contact lifeguards and/or pool management immediately! These rules are for your safety and the safety of others. SAFETY FIRST!!

Power Outages and Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Events

Due to the fire risk posed by extreme weather conditions in the forecast, PG&E currently anticipates proactively turning off power and implementing a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) in parts of the Oakland between Sunday PM10/25 and Wednesday AM 10/28

Private Sewer Lateral

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in collaboration with the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) is spearheading an effort to keep the Bay clean

Progressive Business Tax Proposal

The proposed November 2022 Ballot Measure, introduced by Councilmembers Bas, Fife, Thao and Kalb, was unanimously voted for placement on the ballot by Council on May 26, 2022. It would [1] modernize Oakland’s 20-year-old, regressive business tax structure, and [2] raise nearly $22 million to protect and expand essential city services to address homelessness, fix and clean our streets, and provide tax relief and COVID recovery support to more than 20,000 struggling small businesses, many owned by women and people of color.

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