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Oakley’s Economic Development department is supporting local small businesses through Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held the Saturday after Thanksgiving- Saturday, November 30th. Small Business Saturday encourages holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses that are small and local.

Oakley will help promote the event by printing out customizable posters for businesses to display in their window. In addition, participating businesses will be listed on the Economic Development website. Interested businesses can participate through a partnership with American Express at www.americanexpress.com/us/small‐business/shopsmall or by contacting Dwayne Dalman, Oakley’s Economic Development Manager at dalman@ci.oakley.ca.us or (925) 625‐7006.
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At last night's meeting of the Oakley City Council, Vice Mayor Doug Hardcastle formally retired from public service. His fellow councilmembers presented him with some fun, sentimental gifts including a custom Oakley street sign (pictured).

Also at Tuesday night's meeting, Michael Krieg was appointed as Hardcastle's replacement, to serve out the remaining one year of his council term. Krieg has lived in Oakley for over 30 years and has long been active in the community, including service as a member of Oakley's CERT emergency response team and as a volunteer with You, Me, We Oakley's citizenship drives!
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Want to write a letter to Santa? The mailbox is now open at City Hall!

Stop by City Hall (3231 Main Street) to drop off a letter to Santa in the “North Pole” mailbox. The mailbox is located in the lobby and is open during regular business hours now through December 13.

All letters must be from an Oakley address and include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for Santa to send a response. We will forward all letters to Santa so that he can respond by Christmas.

One letter per family, please. For more information, call (925) 625-7042.
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Thank you to all who came out to the City of Oakley’s 8th Annual Veterans ‘ Day Observance this morning!

This year’s ceremony featured a keynote speech from Corporal Ryan Berg, a Marine Corps veteran who served two tours of duty in Iraq. The event also featured an invocation from Pastor Bill LaSpada of the Oakley Church, Presentation of Colors from the Heritage High JROTC, performances by the Freedom High Marching Band, and Volley Salute and taps from Marine Corps League Detachment 1155.

Check out an album of photos from the event: bit.ly/2pcwLAO
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CALLING ALL MUSICIANS AND BANDS

The City of Oakley is currently accepting applications to perform at our 2020 Summer Concert Series!

Each free, family‐friendly concert will take place in conjunction with the “Friday Night Bites” food truck events. The concerts will be held the first Fridays of May, June, August, September, and October.

The deadline for submissions for next summerʹs line‐up is Wednesday, November 27th.

If you are interested in performing at the 2020 Oakley Concert Series, please click bit.ly/2K3Uj1N. If you have any questions, please call (925) 625‐7044.
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Oakley Farmers’ Market

11/17/19

9am - 1pm

Oakley Certified Farmers’ Market run by local farmers. Sundays…

Oakley Farmers’ Market

11/24/19

9am - 1pm

Oakley Certified Farmers’ Market run by local farmers. Sundays…

Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest

12/02/19

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The Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest is a festive way to show…

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