Council District 3
Our Upcoming Events
McClymonds Youth and Family Center Advisory Board
Alternatives in Action inspires Bay Area Youth to realize their leadership potential. Each year we prepare over 1000 youth for success in college, career, and community through our high school, school-based Community Programs and Home Sweet Home Preschool.
Village Bottoms Cultural District
The Village Bottoms Cultural District is an emerging neighborhood commercial hub, organized in 2000 by local entrepreneurs, artists, and community organizers. It aims at redevelopment with an emphasis on the area's black cultural roots and works in cooperation with Black Dot Artists Inc, Village Bottoms Neighborhood Association, and Ecocity Builders.
West Oakland Green Initiative
WOGI is a community-based organization that has been operating since 2002. Our mission is to plant trees in West Oakland. Our fiscal sponsor is the Friends of Oakland Parks and Recreation, a 501c(3). We also work closely with the City of Oakland, West Oakland Commerce Association, the Port of Oakland, West Oakland Environmental Indicators, PG&E, West Oakland Project Area Committee, and many other West Oakland neighborhood groups.
WOGI envisions a sustainable, thriving and attractive urban forest, composed of a wide spectrum of trees, shrubs, ground cover, and other vegetation that serve to enhance environmental quality and community health and opportunity. WOGI encompasses the entire eco-system by striving to use local talent, resources and labor thereby promotes commerce and industry along with the well-being of the community.
San Pablo Corridor Coalition
non-profit community groups, faith leaders, Oakland Police Department, food service providers, County and City agencies, and longtime residents and business owners. This group has come together to uplift the lives of people living in West Oakland and to build a healthy community that preserves and increases the number of assets in our neighborhood.
Neighborhood Watch Groups
* Complete a neighborhood map
* Select a Block Captain and Alternate for the group
* Decide how many signs you want and where the signs should be installed
* Send a copy of the completed map and roster to the Neighborhood Watch Coordinator
o Neighborhood Watch Sign Installation Form
o Home Inspection Checklist