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The Civic Center Park Renovation Project is making great strides and is anticipated to be completed by early September 2021. The original concept to renovate this area of the park came up from the void that was left behind after one of our giant 200‐year‐old oak trees succumbed to a fungal disease. After losing such a magnificent tree, the City wanted to really honor the site by bringing in something unique but at the same time expanding on and preserving the existing architecture of the park and amphitheater. When the project is completed, Civic Center Park will be much improved and include additional seat walls surrounding the amphitheater, an improved and expanded picnic area, a multi‐use true all‐abilities playground that is themed and styled in a way that both fits the existing architecture and memorialize our fallen oak. In addition to that, there will be a new walking path and gathering area surrounding a newly‐planted 30‐foot blue sequoia which is planned to be utilized as a lighted Christmas tree during our Christmas holiday events. We are looking forward to the completion of this project and the grand opening by the Heart of Oakley festival and hope to enjoy the sound of children playing and people gathering for years to come in our much improved park area! ... See MoreSee Less
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The County's COVID-19 Vaccine van will be in Oakley tomorrow afternoon: ... See MoreSee Less
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The summer 2021 Oak Leaf newsletter is here and will be arriving in the mailboxes of every Oakley home in the next week or so!The Oak Leaf is a bi-annual publication that highlights the recent achievements and upcoming projects of each our City’s departments. In this edition, we have a feature on OPD canine Harkon, information on Laurel Road improvements, a profile of our new Economic Development Analyst Harumi Murata, a calendar of upcoming Recreation events, and much more!A digital copy is available on the City's website: www.ci.oakley.ca.us/oakleaf-newsletters/ ... See MoreSee Less
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"DOUGHNUT" DRIVER ARRESTED; CAR IMPOUNDEDOn Monday morning, just after midnight, an officer witnessed a vehicle doing doughnuts in the intersection of Main Street and Sandy Lane. A traffic stop was initiated and the vehicle fled, leading to a pursuit onto Highway 4. After about a mile, the suspect vehicle ran out of fuel and the driver, Alexis Estrada (M; 23; Antioch) was arrested for felony evading and his vehicle was impounded for 30 days. ... See MoreSee Less
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