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BIDDY SOCCER REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS TOMORROWBoys and girls ages 3 – 8 years will learn the fundamentals of the sport and develop social skills in a fun, safe, and family-oriented environment. Biddy has expanded the age groups: 3-4, 5-6 and NEW 7-8 year olds.Biddy Soccer is a wonderful introduction to team sports where children can participate at their own level. The younger groups will be non-competitive but score will be introduced for the 7-8 year olds. Each one-hour class includes a fun warm-up, practice with your team, and playing a game. The time may vary from week-to-week, but your child always plays on Saturday, for one hour finishing by 12:30pm. This popular program fills quickly so do not wait to enroll. Space is limited.REGISTER AT www.oakleyinfo.com/Parents are encouraged to coach their child’s team – no experience needed and all training will be provided. Please volunteer when you register. The coaches training will take place on Sunday August 8th in the evening. ... See MoreSee Less
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TWO IN CUSTODY AFTER THE RECOVERY OF A STOLEN VEHICLE AND TOOLS On Sunday, July 25th, Oakley Police Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle from the 5000 block of Winchester Drive. The victims had a video of a theft that showed a vehicle arrive on the scene and then drop off a passenger who went on to steal the victims' car. The driver who dropped off the thief drove off.At approximately 3:58, the Pittsburg Police Department located the victims' stolen vehicle and arrested the driver, James Park (M; 44), after a pursuit. However, several valuable work items which had been in the vehicle were not recovered.At approximately 7:55 p.m., Oakley Police officers located the vehicle of the suspect who dropped the man off at the initial scene. This car and driver was located in the area of Wilbur and Fleming and the vehicle was discovered to have been reported stolen out of Pittsburg. The driver, Nicole Katrones (F; 40; Antioch) was arrested and all the tools from the vehicle stolen in Oakley were recovered and returned to the owner. ... See MoreSee Less
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KIDS' FISHING DERBY STARTS IN AUGUST!The City of Oakley' annual Kids Fishing Derby is (virtually) back! The Derby is for children ages 2 to 15 and there is no fee to register. The modified Kids Fishing Derby allows for children to fish anywhere that is permissible by law between Monday, August 23rd through Tuesday, September 7th. Simply catch a fish during this time period, snap a photo and register on our website at: www.oakleyinfo.com Be sure to visit the Dept. of Fish and Wildlife website at: www.wildlife.ca.gov for helpful information, rules and laws regarding fishing in California. Fishing sites include the Antioch/Oakley pier off of Bridgehead Road in Oakley, the pier at Big Break Regional Park in Oakley, lakes and other areas of the Delta. Submit the photos by September 7th. Five winners will be chosen at random and will receive a prize package including fishing gear. Winners will be announced and notified Friday, September 10th. Participants and parents/guardians must observe all COVID19 health protocols including directives for face masks, social distancing and hand washing.For more information, call Alicia O’Leary at (925) 625-7044 or email: oleary@ci.oakley.ca.us ... See MoreSee Less
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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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Events & Classes

Biddy Soccer – Deadline to Register

07/30/21

Boys and girls ages 3 – 8 years will learn the fundamentals…

Tai Chi

08/18/21

2pm - 3pm

For ages 18 and up Tai Chi and Chi Gong are ancient Chinese…

City of Oakley’s Annual Kids Fishing Derby

08/23/21

The City of Oakley’s annual Kids Fishing Derby is virtually…

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