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Residents and business owners located in one of the City of Oakland's 10 Redevelopment Areas will find
, a new quarterly newsletter, an excellent reference source on the varied programs of the Oakland Redevelopment Agency. The newsletters will highlight projects, success stories and new developments supported by redevelopment programs. Redeveloping Oakland Click here to receive email notification when the next issue is posted.
Summer 2011 English Art & Soul Aids Downtown Rebirth Retail Pops Up Message from the Director Broadway Retail Zone A Net Win for Commercial Corridors Oak Knoll - Clearing the Way for Development Renovations Planned for Convention Center
Spring 2011 English Investing in Oakland Oakland Redevelopment Agency Wins Award Message from the Director New Projects Opening Nonprofits Wipe Out Graffiti PAC Chairs Fight for Central City East Sprucing up Sunshine Court
Winter 2011 English Development Plans Move Forward Supermarket, retail centers in works Message from the Director Food Businesses Create Jobs in Oakland Big Changes Coming to BART Areas Jefferson Square Park is Reborn
Fall 2010 English It's EZ/Enterprise Zone Expansion Creates Jobs Message from the Director Free Shuttle Hits Downtown New Businesses, Restaurants Open in Downtown, Colisuem Areas Oak Knoll Property Made Safer Grove Shafter Park Goes to the Dogs
Summer 2010 English Redevelopment Tightens belt due to tough economy Message from the Director Redevelopment creates safe, healthy neighborhoods Supermarkets to open/hopes for more retail to follow Free, easy help available ar the Business Assistance Center Army Base plans move forwared!
Winter 2010 English Redevelopment helps build healthy communities New projects on tap in the New Year! Make your neighborhood safer: Start a Neighborhood Watch Open for business: The Business Assistance Center Message from the Director Coliseum residents: You can make a difference
Fall 2009 English Non-profits help build ‘model city’ Thanks for your feedback! Holidays in Oakland Message from the Director Foot patrols cut crime by half Army Base developer chosen Wanted: A few good developers Check out the Opportunities in Oakland
Summer 2009 English Investing in neighborhood recreation Sidebar: Neighborhood Project Initiative Lets You Propose Changes Message from the Director Arts Bloom in Oakland Opening new businesses and fixing up existing ones Oakland restaurant scene is ‘on fire’ We want to hear from you
Spring 2009 English Redevelopment Agency Positions Itself Message from the Deputy Director Share Your Thoughts on the Redeveloping Oakland Newsletter Updates: Redevelopment Areas— Celebrating Successes, Setting New Goals Redevelopment map New CEDA director appointed Sidebars: Broadway/MacArthur/ San Pablo, West Oakland and Central City East PACs Help available for small Businesses Fox Theater Shines Again
Winter 2009 English It’s Happening Downtown: Residential, Entertainment, Office Space Downtown Guide LEED: The Standard for Green Building Model Waterfront Market Fox Theater Grand Opening A New Wave of Transit Villages MacArthur BART and Coliseum BART Message from the Deputy Director Superior News for Oakland
Fall 2008 English Bridging the Retail Gap Oakland’s improved shopping scene will include new retailers, more grocery and other large format stores, plus upgrades to existing shopping districts Related articles Retail Update: West Oakland Destination: Upper Broadway Districts Ready for Action Message from the Deputy Director Deputy Director of Redevelopment encourages local holiday shopping Hometown for the Holidays Neighborhood retail districts offer fun, festive alternatives to the mall
Summer 2008 English People who live, work and own property and businesses in Redevelopment Areas have made significant changes with a helping hand from CEDA The California Enterprise Zone (EZ) Program keeps businesses thriving throughout Oakland Gregory Hunter, Deputy Director of Redevelopment, outlines steps being taken to make Oakland safer Want to know what kind of redevelopment funding is available in your area? Check out this comprehensive chart.
Spring 2008 English What does today’s Urban Redevelopment mean? Who should be involved in making the decisions? How should public input help shape the actual projects? The Fruitvale BART Transit Village and Lion Creek Crossings redevelopment projects have brought severely blighted neighborhoods back into play Gregory Hunter, Deputy Director of Redevelopment, invites the public to get involved with redevelopment by tracking current projects, offering ideas for future projects Oakland is home to 10 redevelopment areas that fund new projects to create a healthier environment for residents and businesses