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The National Council for Home Safety and Security has named Oakley one of the top 25 safest cities in California. Oakley ranked 21st among the 367 cities in the study, which used a methodology based on FBI crime statistics of both violent and property crimes. Oakley had a higher safety ranking than Contra Costa County neighbors including Brentwood, Concord, Walnut Creek, and, Lafayette. For the complete ranked list, visit www.alarms.org/safest-cities-in-california-2018/ ... See MoreSee Less

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The City of Oakley Public Works Department is pleased to announce renovations which are soon to begin to the safety surfacing on our playgrounds at various Oakley parks. The Citywide Park Playground Rubber Surfacing Repair & Replacement Project, is scheduled to begin this Tuesday, October 16th.

A total of 7 playgrounds are scheduled to have refurbishments made to the rubber poured in place safety surfacing. Unfortunately, the playgrounds must be closed during this process.

In hopes of avoiding any disappointment, a schedule has been provided to alert the public as to which park playgrounds will be closed:

• Tuesday, October 16th: Lakewood Park and Summer Lake Park
• Wednesday, October 17th: Magnolia Park and Riata Park
• Thursday, October 18th: Nunn-Wilson Family Park and Marsh Creek Glenn Park
• Friday, October 19th: Novarina Park at 100 Brown Rd.

The playgrounds must stay closed for up to 48 hours after work has begun to allow the product to cure properly. Please keep off of the playgrounds while they are going through this curing process.
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JOIN US FOR ONE LAST MOVIE UNDER THE STARS IN 2018!

The Recreation Division and the Oakley Youth Advisory Council are hosting the final Movie in the Plaza on Saturday, October 13th featuring Coco beginning at dark. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, the Youth Council will have snacks and glow sticks available for sale.
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The Youth Council got a tour of the Recreation Center this week as construction continues. They were excited to see the facility and are already planning how the venue can be used for some of their programs like Oakley’s Got Talent and the Youth Employment Workshop. The new Rec Center is expected to open in the Spring. ... See MoreSee Less

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