The City of Oakland is required to submit 5-Year Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans and Performance Reports to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to receive funds from the Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnership, Emergency Solutions Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Programs.
You can find an archive of the police commission minutes, agendas and meeting videos below. Current information is under the View All Meetings section.
These Reports reflect the work of the Citizens' Police Review Board (CPRB). In December 2017 the Community Police Review Agency (CPRA) replaced the CPRB as Oakland's civilian investigator of complaints of police misconduct by sworn members of the Oakland Police Department.
Government agencies use these rent and income limits to determine eligibility for different housing programs.
Before you can join the OPD, you are required to pass a background investigation.
Building Permits are required for any bathroom or kitchen remodel in either a residential or commercial structure. Please review the permit application requirements below, as they vary by the scope and extent of your project.
The chart and table below summarize "behested payments" reported by Oakland elected officials. to the Public Ethics Commission.
See links below to learn about bike safety, bike commuting and route-planning resources, bikeway maps, and bike theft prevention tips. This page is maintained by OakDOT's Safe Streets Division, Bicycle and Pedestrian Program.
There are a total of 420 publicly-accessible bicycle eLockers installed in Oakland!
Oakland is designated as a "Bicycle Friendly Community" by the League of American Bicyclists, accomplishing a goal from the 2007 bike plan.
The where, what, and how of public bicycle parking in Oakland. Scroll down to learning about sidewalk rack placement guidelines, acceptable rack types, Oakland's bicycle parking ordinance, permits, and technical support.
Learn how Oakland is planning to be a more bikeable city.
The "(Bike) Oakland" newsletter is published twice a year by Oakland's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program. The newsletter reports progress implementing Oakland's Bicycle Plan.
The City of Oakland's bike share program, now called Bay Wheels, is operated by Lyft. The regional docked system, previously known as Ford GoBike, launched in July 2017.
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