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| News Update

CORE Neighborhood Groups Participate in the CORE 13th Annual Citywide Exercise!

CORE Neighborhood Groups Participate in the CORE 13th Annual Citywide Exercise

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| Press Release

Free Walking Tours Offer Glimpse of Downtown Oakland’s History and Ongoing Renaissance

Free 90-minute walking tours of downtown Oakland will be offered every Wednesday and Saturday from May to October showcasing the city’s changing skyline, landmarks, churches and high-rises.

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| News Update

City of Oakland Launches OAK 311 Service For Reporting Problems & Requesting Maintenance

The City of Oakland announced Monday the launch of OAK 311, a new service to make it easier for Oaklanders to report problems and request infrastructure maintenance.

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| News Update

Safe, Smooth Streets Coming Next Year

Learn more about the Five-Year Paving Plan and find out how you can stay connected to these streets as they get repaved

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| News Update

Let's Bike Oakland: Existing Conditions

An overview of the current experience of biking in Oakland and the barriers to and opportunties for improving biking in Oakland

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| News Update

City of Oakland & Partners Prep Youth, Young Adults for Employment, Job Fair slated for May 16

Oakland youth and young adults, ages 16-24, are being prepped forsummer employment by the City of Oakland and its partners in anticipation of the Earn& Learn East Bay Summer Youth Job Fair 2018.

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| Press Release

City of Oakland Awarded Funding for East and West Oakland Neighborhood Environmental Planning

wo Oakland neighborhoods were awarded grants of $170,000 each to begin planning their neighborhood’s transformation into sustainable climate communities.

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| News Update

Public Ethics Commission releases 2017 Annual Report

The Public Ethics Commission led a variety of initiatives in 2017 intended to institutionalize government ethics inside City Hall and throughout City government.

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Ten Years of Hands-Free Law: Challenges Remain

April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the first week in April as California Teen Safe Driving Week, safety advocates focus on education and enforcement efforts statewide

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| News Update

178th Basic Recruit Police Academy Graduation

On March 30, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., 13 members of the Oakland Police Department’s 178th Basic Recruit Academy graduated. The ceremony was held at the Scottish Rite Center.

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