The City of Oakley is seeking applications from Oakley residents who would like to serve as the City’s representative on the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) Board. Two seats on the Board are available. The terms will commence when the Oakley City Council appoints the Board members and will expire in November 2018 when the Board moves from appointed members to an elected Board. Appointees serve at the will and pleasure of the City Council.
Applications are available on the City’s website by clicking here, at City Hall, or may be requested via email at email@example.com. Completed applications must be submitted prior to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. All applications are public record. It is anticipated that appointments will be considered by the Oakley City Council on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 during the City Council meeting scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. at 3231 Main Street, Oakley, California. All applicants are encouraged to attend the May 23rd meeting to be interviewed.
The ECCFPD was established in 2002 with the consolidation of the Bethel Island, East Diablo and Oakley-Knightsen Fire Protection Districts. The ECCFPD serves the cities of Oakley and Brentwood, as well as the unincorporated areas of East County, including Bethel Island, Byron, Discovery Bay and Knightsen.
The ECCFPD Board currently meets regularly the first Monday of every month in Brentwood City Hall located at 150 City Park Way, Brentwood, CA 94513 beginning at 6:30 p.m.. Additional special meetings may be called by the Board at its discretion. Board members are required to provide the Oakley City Council quarterly updates. There is no compensation provided for Board members.
Come be the future of Recreation!
The Junior Recreation Leader Program is designed to give students, ages 13 – 16, a chance to gain first hand experience in the recreation field, which can prepare them for a variety of jobs in several fields. Currently the Junior Recreation Leader Program only takes place during the Summer.
Jr. Recs are assigned to a Recreation Leader to help with various tasks related to a project such as Summer Blaze Day Camp and Cityhood Celebration. They shadow a Recreation Leader, learning skills along the way, and help to provide valuable assistance to the program coordinator. Jr. Recs often work with small children and should realize that there is an extreme responsibility in providing a safe, fun, healthy, and clean environment for the participants of the programs.
Jr. Recreation Leaders will be able to place this title and job experience on their resumes and the City of Oakley can be listed as a reference. Though there is no guarantee of a job offer, exceptional Jr. Recreation Leaders may even be recruited for future employment with the City of Oakley, or with various other Recreational Organizations.
Applications are available by clicking here. (THIS IS NOT A PAID POSITION)
Join the Recreation Division for the 2017 Science Week!
Participants under the age of 17 will receive a stamp on their passport at each workshop they attend. Participants with a minimum of 5 stamps will receive a special prize- prizes will be available at the Extreme Delta workshop on April 15th. For a complete list of workshops click here. Passports will be available at each event.
The City of Oakley will be hosting our annual Cityhood Celebration on Saturday, July 1st, 2017. We invite you to join us to sell your wares, market your business and
share your message.
We are inviting the following type of vendors to participate: food vendors, arts & crafts, service, retail and non-profit organizations. Vendor space is limited and
applications are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Download an application by clicking here.