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City Of Oakland – Draft Downtown Oakland Specific Plan Released

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(Last Updated On: August 30, 2019)

Oakland, CA – Today, City Of Oakland Planning & Building Department released the official Draft Specific Plan for Downtown Oakland along with the Draft Environmental Impact (EIR) Report for public review. There is a 45-day public comment period for both documents, closing on October 15.

The Oakland community is encouraged to join upcoming public meetings to learn more about the Plan’s goals to guide development and implementation for the vitality and equitable development of Downtown, ask questions of the City Of Oakland Planning team, and offer comments for consideration.

The documents will be discussed at several upcoming public events, including City of Oakland board and commission meetings:

Wednesday, September 4 | Planning Commission Meeting #1 (Introduce Draft Plan)

Wednesday, September 11 | Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission

Thursday. September 19 | Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission

Thursday, September 19 | Thursdays at Latham Square

Monday, September 23 | Landmarks Board

Monday, September 30 | Library Commission

Wednesday, October 2 | Planning Commission Meeting #2 (Draft Plan & Draft EIR)

Friday, October 4 | Lincoln Summer Nights

Tuesday, October 8 | City Council’s Community and Economic Development Committee

Monday, October 21 | Mayor’s Commission on Persons with Disabilities

For more details on all upcoming meetings, including start times and locations, visit: https://www.oaklandca.gov/topics/downtown-oakland-specific-plan.

View the Draft Downtown Oakland Specific Plan (DOSP) and the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) here: https://www.oaklandca.gov/topics/downtown-oakland-specific-plan.

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