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A proclamation recognizing Kelsey Chapman, Recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award, Girl Scout Troop 31612, was given by Oakley Mayor, Sue Higgins, at last night's Council meeting. The Gold Award is the highest rank of achievement in Girl Scouts, fewer than 1% of Girl Scouts have the perseverance to complete the requirements needed for this award and Kelsey is the first in her troop to earn it! Congratulations Kelsey! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Javier Anduha, an 8th grader from Delta Vista Middle School, for leading the Pledge of Allegiance at last night’s Council meeting. Javier has been an active member of the Leadership/ASB class for 2 years. He plays basketball for St. Anthony's and is a straight A student. He is kind and goes above and beyond to help others out. Thank you, Javier! ... See MoreSee Less

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The artists were out this past Saturday during Oakley's 2nd Annual Rock the Chalk Art Show. Chalk dust went flying as creations were drawn on a 3′ x 4′ space on the concrete dance floor of Civic Center Plaza. The four category winners were:
Ages 6-10: Isabella Pacheco
Ages 11-14: Miahana Hunt
Ages: 15- 18: Christoper Fuller
Ages 19+: Clarissa Melgoza
A panel of judges awarded each winner a $50 Visa gift card!
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On 4-7-17 at approximately 9:40 AM, Oakley PD Officers responded to a gunshot victim who was dropped at the Oakley Police Department. Subsequent investigation revealed the victim was shot during the commission of a robbery. Officers determined Jessica York was a person of interest. An arrest warrant was obtained for York.

On Thursday, April 19, York surrendered herself at the Oakley Police Department. York was booked at the main jail in Martinez. Formal charges of second degree robbery and assault with a deadly weapon were filed against York. York subsequently was released on bail.

A second male suspect remains unidentified. The investigation into this matter is ongoing. The victim is expected to make a full recovery. Anybody with further information in this case is requested to contact Sergeant Robert Roberts at his office, 308-9303.
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Last Wednesday, the students of A Children’s Place Preschool visited City Hall. The kids, all wearing paper plate police caps they had made, explored the City Council Chambers and learned where “City Rules” are made. Sergeant Roberts took them on a tour of Oakley Police Department. “Why do we not touch guns?” he asked. “Because they are poisonous!” replied a very wise little boy. To set up a tour of City Hall contact Christina Connor at connor@ci.oakley.ca.us. ... See MoreSee Less

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Events & Classes

Gentle Yoga


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Freedom High School Color Run


Freedom High School will host a "Color Run" on Saturday, April…

Oakley Chamber of Commerce presents Wine and Whiskey



The Oakley Chamber of Commerce is busy preparing for the 3rd…

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