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Team Oakland Youth Job Training

Team Oakland is a City-sponsored summer employment program for Oakland youth between the ages of 15 and 24. Team Oakland participants gain practical job training experience through meaningful beautification and cleanup projects. Youth engage in crew based work on cleanups, park maintenance, habitat restoration, fire fuel management, community outreach, and trainings on work, life and environmental topics. Team Oakland is administered by Oakland Public Works through a contract with a local employment development organization. Team Oakland began in 1993.

Teen CERT

Read On for Valuable resources for Oakland Teen CERT members

Telecommunications Program

If your company is interested in installing cellular equipment on City-owned property, we encourage you to contact the Real Estate Services Division. You will complete and submit an application for a telecommunications license, including a non-refundable processing fee.

Telegraph Avenue Corridor Improvements

Construction starting soon on Telegraph Avenue between 20th Street and 42nd Street! Safety improvements complete on Telegraph Avenue between 42nd Street and 52nd Street.

Tenant Information

The Rent Adjustment Program Ordinance provides a forum for tenants to challenge rent increases, to make a claim for decreased housing services and/or to contest a loss of service, and to make other claims provided by law.

Thanksgiving Dinner 2019

Joins us at The City of Oakland's 28th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Serving Seniors, Low-Income families and Residents who are homeless on November 26th.

The OakDOT Crossing Guard Program

Crossing Guards are an important school and community resource for safety. The Oakland Department of Transportation Crossing Guard program (formerly managed by the Oakland Police Department until early 2021) is comprised of part-time employees under the supervision of the School Traffic Safety Supervisor in the Safe Streets Division of OakDOT.

The Oakland Promise

The Oakland Promise is an initiative launched by Mayor Schaaf and the Oakland Unified School District in 2016 that aims to triple the number of Oakland high school graduates who are complete college by the year 2024.

Think Oakland First

As Oakland emerges from the pandemic, do your part to help our local economy recovery and grow. Whether you're shopping, starting a business or looking to invest, Think Oakland First!

Traffic Safety

We keep Oakland's streets safe for all residents and visitors.

Traffic Safety

A person is severely injured or killed in a traffic crash two times a week on Oakland’s streets. The City of Oakland Department of Transportation is working to prevent crashes, save lives and improve mobility for everyone who travels on Oakland's streets and sidewalks.

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