The following archival information is provided as reference.

The Oakland Redevelopment Agency, active from October 10, 1956 to February 1, 2012, managed numerous projects and programs within eight active Redevelopment Project Areas in Oakland. Some of the Agency's best-known projects were the rehabilitation of the Paramount Theatre, the Fox Theater, the Tribune Tower, Fruitvale Transit Village, the Rotunda Building, Preservation Park, City Center, the Oakland Marriott City Center, the Oakland Convention Center and the Uptown Arts & Entertainment District. The agency was also responsible for hundreds of neighborhood infrastructure, business and property improvements and helped in the development of thousands of affordable housing units.

Map of the areas of the former Oakland Redevelopment Agency

Acorn Project Area

Broadway/MacArthur/San Pablo Project Area

Central District Project Area

Central City East Project Area

Coliseum Project Area

Oak Center Project Area

Oak Knoll Project Area

Oakland Army Base Project

Stanford Adeline Project Area

West Oakland Project Area