April 15-21: Oakley Police Call Log

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between April 15 through April 21  according to information provided by...

Ironhouse Sanitary District to Discuss Fee Increases

On Tuesday May 6, the Ironhouse Sanitary District Board of Directors will hold a public hearing to consider an adjustment in trunkline capacity and...

Oakley Police Chief Warns of Mailbox Theft, Provides Tips

Oakley Police Chief Dan Gomez recently warned residents of an increase in mail theft this time of year due to expectations of IRS tax...

April 6 – 13: Oakley Police Call Log

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between April 6 through April 13  according to information provided by...

Oakley: Fred Lambert Recognized for Twenty Years of Volunteer Service

On Friday April 11, Assemblyman Jim Frazier honored Fred Lambert of Oakley during National Volunteer Week at Laurel Elementary School. Lambert has been a volunteer...

Photos: Fun Run Helps Raise Funds for Oakley Library

The Friends of the Oakley Library are on a mission to help find a new home for the Oakley Library which is currently located...

Oakley: March Animal Control Activities and Statistics

The following figures were provided from Contra Costa Animal Control to the City of Oakley for the month of March. It highlights the many...

April 1 – 6: Oakley Police Call Log

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between April 1 through April 6  according to information provided by...

City of Oakley Looks to Better Define and Tackle Illegally Parked “Commercial Vehicles”

In an effort to give Oakley’s Code Enforcement more ability to cite illegally parked commercial vehicles on residentially zoned property, the Oakley City Council...

Photos: Liberty High Football “Buddies” with Challenger Baseball Teams

For the second year in a row, the Liberty High School Football team were "buddies" to the East County Little League Challenger Division on...

Oakley Science Week Continues With Sunday Event

The City of Oakley kicked off its 13th Annual Oakley Science Week Saturday at Creekside Park where youths were able learn the importance of...

Today: Oakley Kicks Off Science Week at Creekside Park

The City of Oakley kicks off its 13th Annual Oakley Science Week today. This yearʹs program will begin today at Creekside Park and run...

City of Oakley Hit with 5th Suicide of the Year

This past Monday, the community in Oakley has been hit with its 5th suicide of the year. On average, in Contra Costa County, 112...

March 25 – March 30: Oakley Police Call Log

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between March 25 through March 30  according to information provided by...

City of Oakley Adopts Parole and Probationer Homes Policy in Unanimous Vote

By unanimous decision, the Oakley City Council have moved forward with an ordinance on Parole/Probationer Homes within city limits. The ordinance was modeled after the...

March 16 – March 23: Oakley Police Call Log

The following are calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between March 16 through March 23  according to information provided by Oakley Police Department. Accident...

Oakley City Council Receives Update from Fire District

On Tuesday, the Oakley City Council received an update from the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District from appointee Ronald Johansen and Chief Hugh...

Photos: Rollover Accident Injures Two on Main Street in Oakley

At roughly 11:59 am Monday, East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Firefighters responded to a vehilce rollover accident in Oakley on Main Street near...

Community Comes Together to Support “Squish” at Fire Station 93

East Contra Costa Fire Protection District firehouse 93 was packed Saturday morning for a pancake fundraiser aimed to support 3-year-old Quentin "Squish" Rios who...

City of Oakley Set to Discuss Parole and Probationer Homes Policy

Modeling an Ordinance from the City of Riverside, the City of Oakley will look into an Ordinance of their own dealing with Parole/Probationer Homes...