The City of Oakland adopted the Central Estuary Area Plan (CEAP) and related environmental document, to guide future development in the Central Estuary Area which encompasses 19th Ave. to 54th Ave and I-880 to the Estuary.
You can locate Certification Forms and Schedules on this page.
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Located in North Oakland, Golden Gate Recreation Center is close to Pixar Studios, Powell Street shopping center, Bay Street shopping center, and adjacent to the Golden Gate Community Garden. The center is fully equipped with a basketball court, baseball field, picnic sites, and patio area.
Our programs support success in school, healthy transitions to adulthood, child health and wellness, and youth empowerment. Our work supports the health, safety, and well-being of children and their families.
Our Annual Report summarizes financial results, litigation trends, ongoing initiatives and other work of the Oakland City Attorney's Office.
FAQs about major legal matters in the City of Oakland.
Watch meetings, read documents and learn about how your City Council works for you.
The sixth section in Oakland’s 2030 Equitable Climate Action Plan (ECAP) focuses on City leadership. Oakland’s Climate Emergency and Just Transition Resolution acknowledged the severity of the climate crisis and the City’s intent to be a leader on equitable climate action. This section envisions an Oakland City government that demonstrates climate leadership throughout its operations, and supports deep engagement on climate action within the community.
The City of Oakland’s General Plan serves as the guiding policy document for the City’s future, based on community values and priorities.
The City of Oakland’s General Plan has not been comprehensively updated in over 20 years. That's about to change, and we need your help! The General Plan Update is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for all Oaklanders to work together to create a visionary blueprint for the future of our City over the next two decades.
Here is your information on compost, recycling, trash and bulky services for Oakland residents. You will also find information for businesses, for construction and demolition, and for events.
Between 2017 and 2021, our population is forecast to increase by another 20,000 people (5%) and we will approach 500,000 residents by 2031. Part of adequately serving our current residents includes planning for our new residents – where they will live and work, and what transportation they will use.
We offer sports leagues for adults and youth to get active through team sports. Both teams and individuals can register for a variety of sports teams and leagues.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI) states that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of or subject to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Information about compliance with Title VI is available, including policies, procedures and complaints.
The City contracts with the non-profit Lake Merritt Institute to remove litter along the shoreline, maintain trash booms and aeration fountains, provide education for schools and businesses, and coordinate volunteers in these activities.