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3 days ago

City of Oakley- City Hall

On Tuesday, August 7th, Oakley will join over 16,000 communities from all 50 states in celebrating the 35th National Night Out, an annual community‐building campaign that promotes police community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make Oakley a safer, more caring place to live.

During the National Night Out, residents are encouraged to spend the evening outside with neighbors. Whether it’s a barbecue, ice cream social or potluck, National Night Out celebrations are a great opportunity to spend
time with your neighbors.

The Oakley Police Department would love to stop by and say “hi” at any events you may be hosting and would appreciate advance notice if there will be an organized event in your

If you plan on hosting a National Night Out gathering in Oakley, please e‐mail Marisa Aguilar at aguilar@ci.oakley.ca.us as soon as possible so that the city can include your event on its list of neighborhoods, which allows for a member of the Police Department or other city representative to visit your event.
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4 days ago

City of Oakley- City Hall

This afternoon at approximately 1:30 p.m., an alert OPD Police Service Assistant spotted a vehicle that had been reported by the CHP as having been involved in a hit and run accident. OPD Officers responded to the area and were able to locate the vehicle a short time later on Forbes Court. The driver of the vehicle was located and the car was found to be a stolen vehicle. The driver told officers the vehicle had been borrowed from a friend, whose name she provided – who obviously had been driving at the time of the accident. While at the scene, OPD Investigators were able to contact the “friend”, who was actually a victim of identity theft - by the driver of the vehicle. Officers found various items that indicated the suspect had taken over the other persons’ identity. During a search of the vehicle, officers located a large amount of what appears to be stolen mail, credit documents from an auto dealership, a loaded handgun, drugs, and a credit card embossing machine. Investigators have found these devices in the hands of ID thieves who use them to create credit cards using other peoples’ account information. If you visit the OPD Website, you will find a variety of pamphlets describing what you should do if your mail or identity is stolen. The driver was arrested for a variety of felony charges and booked at the jail. OPD Investigators will be contacting the individuals whose information was located inside the vehicle. ... See MoreSee Less

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The East Contra Costa Fire Protection District is holding a Strategic Planning Session this Thursday, July 19th at 6 p.m. at Knightsen School, 1923 Delta Road, Knightsen.

The community is asked to attend this meeting and discuss paths forward to increase service levels.
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The Oakley Farmers Market continues this Saturday, July 21st at the Oakley Civic Center.

Beginning this week, the market’s hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The market is put on by All Bay Farmers Market Association, who plans to continue offering the market on Saturdays through December 29th. The market is sponsored by the Oakley Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oakley and will operate rain or shine.
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2 individuals pulled papers today: Michael Dupray and Sue Higgins.
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