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We are excited to introduce Koda, the newest member of the Oakley Police Department! Koda is a 7 year old German Shepherd who was purchased by the City of Oakley for $1 (a savings of approximately $40,000) when his human, Officer Del Prado, recently joined Oakley PD.

Koda is a certified law enforcement dual purpose dog for both patrol and narcotics. He served with the El Cerrito Police Department for the past 4 1/2 years. Prior to law enforcement, he was a demonstration dog for a company in Belgium who sold working dogs internationally.

Koda loves children and has provided demonstrations at numerous schools, churches, citizen's academies, and Tri-City safety events. When Koda is not working, he enjoys visiting local parks for long walks, playing with his chew toys and relaxing at home where he lives as a member of the Del Prado family.
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National Night Out is Tues, 8/1. On that evening, residents are encouraged to get out together and spend time meeting their neighbors. Knowing your neighbors reduces crime and increases the sense of community we all enjoy here in Oakley. Our tradition in Oakley is to have our staff attend your events as they occur across the City. If your neighborhood is having an event, we would like to join you! Please call Ms. Marisa Aguilar at 625-8854. She will coordinate with our staff who will be attending the events. ... See MoreSee Less

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With temperatures expected to hit triple digits once again, here are some safety recommendations for the heat wave:
•NEVER LEAVE A CHILD OR PET UNATTENDED IN A VEHICLE. NOT EVEN FOR A MINUTE!
•IF YOU SEE A CHILD OR PET UNATTENDED IN A HOT VEHICLE CALL 9-1-1.
•Be sure that all occupants leave the vehicle when unloading. Don't overlook sleeping babies.
•Keep a stuffed animal in the car seat and when the child is strapped in the car seat move the animal to the front passenger seat. This will help be a reminder of the child, as you exit the car.
•Place your purse or briefcase in the back seat as a reminder to look for your child in the car.
•Make "look before you leave" a routine whenever you get out of the car.
•Always lock your car and ensure children do not have access to keys or remote entry devices.
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Hop on your bikes and ride over to Guanatos Ice Cream today from 1-3 pm! Free ice cream for people on bikes as part of the Oakley 2017 Summer Bike Challenge! ... See MoreSee Less

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Events & Classes

Cityhood Celebration

07/01/17

6pm-10pm

The Annual Cityhood Celebration commemorates Oakley's incorporation…

Online Driver’s Education

07/01/17

The DMV allows teens to receive their Learner's Permit at 15…

Ronin Dragon Karate

07/05/17

Students (ages 4 through adult) will learn karate movements,…

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