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Get Down to Business Oakley Conference

Attendees learned a lot at the ten great sessions presented by local business experts on topics ranging from advertising to social media. Thanks to our sponsors: Garaventa Enterprises, Les Schwab Tires, and Travis Credit Union.

Heart of Oakley Festival

The City of Oakley did a great job with its inaugural Heart of Oakley festival, which an estimated two to three thousand people attended. Booth spaces still sold out very quickly, so the Oakley Chamber was happy to be able to provide vendor space for members at its booth. Among those who took advantage of our offer were Reach Project, Inc., the Oakley Press, Stonecrest Lending, Tax Specialty Service, the Degree of Pocahontas, and Comfort Suites.

August 2013 Breakfast with the Mayor–City Hall

The August 2013 Breakfast with the Mayor event took place in the City Council Chambers, built in 2008 along with the rest of City Hall and the new Oakley Police station. In addition to Lynn Stahli’s breakfast casserole, there were pastries from Panera provided by Cecilia Nichols-Fritzler, and plenty of desperately-needed coffee. The usual loyal […]

First Home-based Business Roundtable

Cecelia Nichols-Fritzler and Sallie Goetsch led a productive discussion of issues facing home-based businesses in Oakley on July 23rd, 2013.

Oakley Harvest Festival

“Boo Bowling,” by far the most popular activity, involves the kids knocking down at least one of a stack of toilet rolls with a lightweight plastic pumpkin. Naturally the real object of this game is to make the adult scramble around chasing toilet rolls and rolling pumpkins, in order to put them all back together in time for the next munchkin to knock them over.

Vintage Parkway Beautification

I hadn’t really been intending to paint on account of problems I’ve been having with my right shoulder and arm, but I did actually spend an hour brushing off and painting the trim areas around a section of fence a few yards long. By the time I finished that, my arm was worn out and other people had taken all the paint rollers and the paint tub, so it seemed like a good time to knock off.

Oakley Cityhood Celebration

Oakley has been around since the 19th century, but only incorporated as a city in 1999, making it California’s youngest city. Cityhood is something worth celebrating: among other things, it keeps Brentwood from encroaching on our territory.


About City Of Oakley

The City of Oakley is one of California’s youngest cities. Residents enjoy a charming area with an abundant housing supply, quality schools, and a friendly atmosphere that truly make Oakley, “A Place for Families in the Heart of the Delta.”

Today a landscape of gently rolling fields, orchards, and vineyards gives us a glimpse of Oakley’s agricultural past. From a quiet Delta farming town, Oakley has blossomed into a growing community of landscaped parks, abundant recreational opportunities, shopping centers, and planned business and commercial development.

The City recently completed the construction of the Civic Center Plaza, home to City Hall, the Oakley Police Department, Black Bear Diner, and Community Park.  The Plaza will serve as the anchor for the City’s ambitious plans to revitalize and beautify the historic downtown section of Main Street.

Oakley’s residents enjoy a progressive community that is rich in history, supports strong family values, and offers a high quality of life. Our residents take pride in being a part of a City that is building a prosperous future for generations to come.

For a City of Oakley Moving In Guide, click here. This guide includes basic information facts about the City and provides important contact information.