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The city’s tourism industry continues to be an important engine for growth, supporting more than 7,100 local jobs. In 2016, a record 3.7 million visitors generated an estimated $827 million of economic impact in Oakland. Leisure, hospitality, and retail employment has grown significantly in the past five years, as reflected in national attention on the food and arts scene.
Looking to learn the finer points of Office 365? Check out these video tutorials.
Now that you're CERT trained, there are many ways you can help. Submit your CERT Volunteer Interest so we know what kinds of "CERT activations" you're most interested in.
Volunteer to clean, green, and beautify Oakland! Each year thousands of people pitch in on a variety of projects such as litter and graffiti removal, landscaping, tree planting, habitat restoration, fire fuels management, and mosaic artwork installation. Public Works sponsors two annual City wide events for Oakland Earth Day and Oakland Creek to Bay Day. Public Works also supports MLK Day of Service, as well as volunteer projects throughout the year by groups and individuals looking to give back to their community.
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All Walking Tours have been suspended indefinitely. Updates to the program will be reflected on this web page.
The City of Oakland considers water conservation a high priority and an essential part of our commitment to being a sustainable city.
The West Oakland Job Resource Center (WOJRC) is a place to learn about and prepare for careers in the building and construction trades.
The West Oakland Senior Center (WOSC) is the newest of Oakland's Multipurpose Senior Centers, located across from Defremery Park and the West Oakland Library. Activities feature a range of classes such as crafts, chair yoga and dance. The West Oakland Senior Center is within easy access to AC Transit. The facility is available for rentals.
The purpose of the West Oakland Specific Plan is to develop comprehensive, multi-faceted strategies for facilitating the development of selected vacant and/or underutilized commercial and industrial properties within the West Oakland community.
Wet Weather Moratorium for Grading work to be in effect from October 15, 2020 to April 15, 2021
The General Plan is a policy document and establishes a citywide vision and consistent direction for future development. It reflects community priorities, values, and includes supporting goals, policies, and implementation measures to achieve the community's vision.
The Office of the City Auditor operates a confidential hotline to accept reports of fraud, waste, and abuse. The name and contact information or anyone filing a report will remain anonymous.
One of our newest centers, Willie Keyes is located in West Oakland near Emeryville which claims Pixar Animation Studio and Bay Street Shopping Center. It is the only City of Oakland facility in West Oakland that is equipped with a full sized gymnasium including a weight room, lighted outdoor basketball court, volleyball court, lighted softball field, asphalt playground, tot lot, picnic area, patio area, a wireless computer lab, multipurpose rooms and a state of the art kitchen.
Here is information to help residents and businesses prepare, respond and recover from a winter storm.
The Oakland Workforce Development Board oversees the federally-funded employment and training programs and services in Oakland. Find Meeting Agendas and Minutes for meetings prior to April 2018 here.
The Oakland Workforce Development Board oversees the federally-funded employment and training programs and services in Oakland. These programs and services help job seekers gain employment and connect businesses with a qualified workforce.
The Oakland Police Department is a great place to work.