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Oakland Department of Transportation

The Department of Transportation will envision, plan, build, operate and maintain a transportation system for the City of Oakland—in partnership with local transit providers and other agencies—and assure safe, equitable, and sustainable access and mobility for residents, businesses and visitors.

Human Resources Management Department

The Human Resources Management Department works to create and support a strong workforce that matches the diversity of the City of Oakland.

Oakland Public Works Department

The Oakland Public Works Department plans, builds and takes care of the physical and environmental parts of the City of Oakland. Our work makes the City a great place to live, work, invest and visit.

Business Assistance Center

A one-stop information and referral center for businesses in Oakland.

Planning and Building Department

The Planning and Building Department helps to plan and build the physical parts of the City of Oakland. Their work protects the public's health and safety.

Housing and Community Development Department

Dedicated to improving Oakland's neighborhoods and ensuring Oakland residents have access to safe, affordable housing.

Oakland Animal Services

Oakland Animal Services is responsible for the welfare of animals in Oakland. Animal Control Officers enforce local animal ordinances.

Office of the City Administrator

Office of the City Clerk

Department of Race and Equity

The Department of Race and Equity the City of Oakland will intentionally integrate, on a citywide basis the principle of “fair and just” in all the City does in order to achieve equitable opportunities for all people and communities.

Finance Department

Fire Department

The Oakland Fire Department works to help and protect the people of Oakland. Our goals include stopping fires before they start, putting out fires as fast as we can, helping all members of the Oakland community lower their fire risks, and bringing emergency medical services to people who need them. The Oakland Fire Department deals with man-made and natural disasters, emergency preparedness, 9-1-1- services and other programs that keep Oaklanders safe from fire dangers.

Human Services Department

Information Technology Department

Oakland Parks and Recreation Department

Oakland Police Department

The Oakland Police Department is committed to reducing crime and serving the community through high quality, fair policing.

Oakland Public Library Department

Economic and Workforce Development Department

The Economic and Workforce Development office works to create a vibrant, innovative, globally competitive economy in Oakland. Their goal is to make the City of Oakland a good place to do business and to market the City as an excellent place for business, arts, shopping, food and entertainment.

City of Oakland Auditor's Office

Led by City Auditor Brenda Roberts, the Auditor's Office makes sure the City is accountable to all Oakland stakeholders. The Office conducts audits of City programs and shares the results with members of the Oakland community. The Auditor's Office works hard to operate responsibly, ethically, effectively, efficiently and in the best interests of the public.

Budget Advisory Commission