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Oakland Creek to Bay Day is Saturday, September 20, 2014
Oakland Creek to Bay Day is part of California and International Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest volunteer day in California and the world, when thousands of volunteers beautify and clean trash from shorelines and waterways across California, the nation and in about 100 countries.
Video Will Show You How to Report a Problem
Here's How You Can Help Us to Help You...
This short video will help you know how to report the infrastructure issues you care about.
- Call (510) 615-5566
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online at Report a Problem
- Mobile or web app at SeeClickFix
Recycling every day, at home, at work and at play, is an easy and rewarding practice. By adopting recycling and waste reduction habits, you can reduce pollution and fight climate change. Help Oakland recycle more by making a habit of recycling paper, cardboard, cans and bottles and batteries, and by eliminating wasteful habits. The Recycling Program oversees garbage and recycling services provided by Waste Management of Alameda County and California Waste Solutions and works to ensure that recycling is widely available.
Contact us at (510) 238-7283 (SAVE) or email email@example.com
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Bus Rapid Transit Program (BRT)
Embarcadero Bridge Replacement Project
Lake Merritt Channel / Oakland Estuary
Oakland's Embarcadero Bridge over Lake Merritt Channel will be replaced with a new structure for the many benefits a new bridge will provide, including earthquake resistance. The project will progress over the coming two years to improve safety, access and water quality. Please learn more about the project fact sheet.