The City of Oakland recently amended its condominium conversion regulations to require replacement rental housing for the conversion of two or more housing units, to remove the provision allowing the generation of conversion rights when the units are offered as rental units for seven or more years, to acknowledge the applicability of the Oakland Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance (O.M.C. section 8.22.300 et seq.), and corresponding regulations, and the Oakland Rent Adjustment Ordinance (O.M.C. section 8.22.010 et seq.) and corresponding regulations, and to afford greater rights and protections to existing tenants.
We're working to help Oakland Youth find a job this summer. There are resources for both youth job-seekers and businesses looking to hire youth.
We are working to reduce waste from Construction and Demolition Projects. Select the service or resource you need from the links below.
The Contract Compliance unit monitors and enforces City policies on all City contracts.
We provide contract development, sourcing/bidding, and awarding services to all departments on formal contracts.
The CORE Program trains community to both prepare for and respond to all kinds of emergencies that we may face locally. Each training and/or volunteer deployment type will differ and so will the related policies and procedures.
The City of Oakland received $36.9 million in CARES Act Funding allocated from the State of California. Funds were used to provide financial and technical assistance to Oaklanders and address the City’s ongoing public health and safety impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
<strong>Below in the "Topics" section, </strong>see the City of Oakland's official COVID-19 resource hub with supports for businesses, workers, residents, employees, unsheltered neighbors; citywide Town Halls; city service modifications, and other latest updates. <br><br><strong>For Councilmember Fortunato Bas' COVID-19 updates</strong>, see the "About" section. These e-blasts contain additional community resources, opportunities, calls to action, and spotlights on District 2 community heroes through this pandemic.
Fiscal responsibility and generation of new revenue sources is a major focus of Councilmember Kalb's work on the City Council.
Oakland is working to alleviate the homelessness crisis as much as possible focusing on 1) prevention, 2) crisis management, and 3) long-term deeply-affordable housing.
Here are some helpful resources for our Oakland neighbors to use in regards to Wildfire Safety and Prevention. These various links to contacts, websites, services, documents, and etc. come from various California and Oakland departments and organizations that are dedicated to the mission of adapting and adopting better fire safety policies and practices for the health and safety of all residents.
This is a rapidly evolving situation and information is changing every day. Check back regularly and sign up for updates.
Get help getting your business off the ground.
Creek Protection Ordinance amending Chapter 13:16 of the Oakland Municipal Code to eliminate non-storm water discharges to the stormdrain system and preserve creeks and riparian corridors.
Explore some of the projects, programs and partner organizations related to Creeks, Watersheds and Stormwater in Oakland.
We strive to restore and preserve Oakland's creeks, lakes and watershed to create a thriving urban ecosystem. We work with our community to reduce water use and keep harmful materials out of the environment.
The City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program distributes about $1 million through a competitive grant-funding process to Oakland-based art and cultural activities that reflect the diversity of the city.
Curb ramps are an essential piece of Oakland's infrastructure. ADA-compliant curb ramps increase accessibility so that Oaklanders of all abilities and ages can use our streets and sidewalks safely.
More information coming soon.