- May 7, 2021 Update:
- Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and City Administrator Ed Reiskin today released a two-year Proposed Policy Budget for fiscal years 2021-2023. Information about that release is available here.
- The complete proposed FY 2021-23 Proposed Capital Improvement Program documents are available here.
- A PDF copy of staff's CIP presentation to the May 10 City Council meeting on the budget is available here.
Every two years, the City of Oakland seeks community input to identify and select priority capital projects for funding. Capital projects improve and maintain Oakland’s public facilities and infrastructure. They can range from restoring aging public buildings, to improving streets and sidewalks, to creating or improving our parks.
In fall 2020 the City opened a public portal for project request submissions to be identified and prioritized for the two-year budget that will begin on July 1, 2021, and those requests are being considered as a part of the current budget process. The next CIP cycle will commence in 2022. The public portal for project request submissions is expected to reopen in late summer/early fall of 2022 to accept project requests for the two-year budget that will begin on July 1, 2023.
When the portal is once again active, you will be able to access it on this page.