Oakley: Two Teens Injured After Being Struck by Vehicle

At 8:00 pm Saturday, the two teens were struck by a vehicle backing up in the 500 block of Brooks Street in the City...

April 27: Oakley Human Trafficking Community Awareness Day

Join the Contra Costa Human Trafficking Coalition, in partnership with the City of Oakley as we raise awareness for human trafficking in our communities. This...
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Update: Fatal Vehicle Crash Shuts Down W Cypress in Oakley

At 10:25 am Saturday, the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District firefighter were dispatched to a vehicle crash at W. Cypress at O'Hara in...
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Suspected DUI Driver Strikes Oakley Home

At 10:03 pm Saturday, the Oakley Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle into a structure in the 1900 block of Cinnamon...

Jan 26 – Feb 7: Oakley Police Calls

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between January 26 - February 7 according to information provided by...

City of Oakley Completes New Striping, Signage at Orchard Park School

In an effort to ease traffic congestion during drop-off and pick-up at Orchard Park School in Oakley, the City of Oakley has completed its...

Photos: City of Oakley Welcomes New Police Department

On Tuesday, the City of Oakley welcomed its new police department with a ceremonial swearing just before the City Council meeting. The move comes after...

May 31 – June 5: Oakley Police Calls

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between May 31 - June 5 according to information provided by...

Hook Line and Sinker Set for Customer Appreciation Event

This weekend, Hook Line and Sinker of Oakley is hosting its annual customer appreciation event which includes sales and no sales tax. On July 23-24...

Veterans of Oakley to Host 9/11 Commemoration

At 2:00 pm Sunday, the Veterans of Oakley will host their annual 9/11 wreath laying, commemoration and remembrance. Ceremonies begin at 2pm sharp on the...

Oakley School Board Candidates Earn Endorsements

The Oakley Union Teachers' Association (OUTA) and California State Employees Association Chapter 433 (CSEA) officially endorse Lisa Brizendine and Larry Polk for Oakley School...

Update: Antioch Bridge Now Open After Closure

The California Highway Patrol announced that the Antioch Bridge will be shut down in both directions until 9:00 am Thursday. At 7:49 pm, it was...

Oakley: Main Street Improvement Project Begins March 20

The City of Oakley announced that downtown Oakley will begin major improvements this spring which begin March 20 and will continue through October. Construction will...

Letter: Bell Explains Why She Declined East Contra Costa Fire Reappointment

The following was submitted by Meghan Bell, former East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Board of Director. Tuesday, April 25th I requested the Oakley City...

Brentwood-Oakley: 2017 Summer Bike Challenge

511 Contra Costa’s Summer Bike Challenge provides free, fun, healthy summer recreation that challenges participants to explore their hometown via bicycle. Cost-free and open people...

July 2-8: Oakley Police Calls

The following are a sampling of calls handled by the Oakley Police Department between July 2-8 according to information provided by Oakley Police. The City...

Oakley: Toddler Airlifted After Suffering Head Injury

At 6:18 pm Saturday, a medical helicopter landed on Neroly Road in Oakley to airlift a 3-year-old fall victim who became unconscious while enroute...

6,568 PG&E Customers Without Power in East Contra Costa County

According to PG&E, a power outage impacting more than 6,568 customers in East Contra Costa County began at 1:41 pm Wednesday. The outage is impacting...

Oakley Police Assaulted, Spit on After Response to House Party

On Feb 24, 2018 Oakley Police officers responded to a report of a vehicle vs. pedestrian call on W 5th Street near E Home...

Oakley to Host Work Session for RV/Boat Parking and Driveways

The City of Oakley announced it will host a work session regarding RV/Boat Parking and Driveways on May 22 during the Oakley City Council...