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Free wood chips are available for pick-up this Saturday, March 17th, 2018, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the City Yard at the corner of Neroly Road and Main Street (entrance on Neroly).

Oakley residents need to bring their own tools/shovels and bags/containers to load and carry the mulch, and a tarp to cover if necessary. Residents are asked to not take more than 5 yards at a time.

The wood chips are from trees pruned and/or removed from the Oakley/Brentwood area.
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The Oakley Police Department is growing! At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the Oakley Police Department had the pleasure of swearing in three new Police Explorers. These are young people who have an interest in a future law enforcement career. Our new Explorers are Juliette Sartain, Peyton Jose, and Daniel Romero.
Thank you to Sergeant Robert Roberts, Officer Casey Minister and Officer Tyler Radcliffe for their efforts in getting the Explorer program up and running.
And the Police Department is also welcoming Captain Eric Christensen to the force - his first day on the job will be April 9th. Oakley police are also expected to add another officer and a records technician to the department in the coming weeks.
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During our last City Council meeting we had the pleasure of having Chase Corral to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Chase is a 4th grader at Iron House Elementary School. He’s 10 years young and loves to play soccer. His favorite subject is math and he hopes to be a “YouTuber” and game designer when he grows up. He did such a great job leading the audience, the Mayor gifted him with a mug for hot cocoa filled with candy. ... See MoreSee Less

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The City of Oakley is currently accepting applications from those interested in serving on the Contra Costa Mosquito & Vector Control Board of Trustees.
The Board is dedicated to preserving the health and welfare of residents by reducing the risk of diseases spread by insects and animals and offers services to the public to control insects and animals in a responsible, environmentally-conscious manner.
The term of the current trustee to the Board will expire on May 6, 2018. The City of Oakley is accepting applications for a new trustee to the Board until Friday, March 30, 2018 at 5 p.m.
Applicants must be a Contra Costa County taxpayer, resident of Oakley, and at least 18 years old.
For more information or to apply, visit bit.ly/2oWeAej.
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