Keep Oakland Beautiful (KOB) is a non-profit partner organization that works with the City of Oakland towards supporting a clean, green, and litter free city. Keep Oakland Beautiful is currently recruiting new board members. This is the perfect opportunity to get involved and take action in your neighborhood and city! Visit http://keepoaklandbeautiful.org for more information about us and the work that we do. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and preference will be given to those received by November 13, 2017.
Are you ready to Paint the Town!? Apply for Oakland’s new street mural program! After receiving 150 responses in our Request for Community Interest, OakDOT is piloting temporary street murals. Application period open from September 19th-November 30th. Streets murals can brighten and represent a neighborhood, and help strengthen community spirit. They can also potentially reduce traffic speeding, and they’re fun to make! A street mural designed and painted by community members brings people together and adds life and surprise to our streets.
Every fall, Keep Oakland Beautiful provides free daffodil bulbs to any group willing to plant them in visible locations on Oakland public property or school property, so long as the group agrees to maintain the site as an Oakland Adopt-a-Spot.
Summer jobs available with Team Oakland! Team Oakland is hiring 110 youth between the ages of 15 and 24 to assist with City cleaning and greening projects. Friends of Sausal Creek is also hiring an Education Specialist to help lead Team Oakland watershed restoration projects.
Some applications due May 29. Find applications and more information at http://bit.ly/2qGxGpq
Team Oakland participants gain practical job training experience through meaningful city beautification and cleanup projects. This Oakland Public Works sponsored program seeks to provide a formative experience for its youth through participation in City cleanups, park maintenance, habitat restoration, community outreach, and trainings on work and life skills and environmental topics.
Find applications and more information at http://bit.ly/2qGxGpq.