- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2018-12-17T19:07:59.000Z
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2015-10-07T22:38:19.000Z
Business licenses issued to landlords in 2014
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2018-09-04T15:43:36.843Z
The Business Development Topic includes three Indicators that measure racial and ethnic disparities in business ownership, prime contracts awarding, and business vacancy. The first Indicator in this Topic measures disparities in business ownership rates between African American and White Oaklanders. The second Indicator measures disparities in the distribution of contracts under $100,000 awarded by the City to African American and White business owners. The third Indicator measures disparities in the location of business addresses that had been vacant for two years or more by majority race/ethnicity of census tracts.
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2018-10-01T22:14:19.000Z
This Indicator measures the percent of residential addresses that have been identified as “vacant” by the United States Postal Service (USPS) for at least two years. Data is collected and aggregated at the census tract level by the USPS on a quarterly basis.
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2019-11-21T13:31:18.000Z
REQUESTID = The service request number. This should be shown as an integer without decimals. 5-digit REQUESTIDs were imported from the Recycling Hotline’s prior tracking system when they switched to the same system as the Oakland Call Center in August 2012. All others are 6 digits. DATETIMEINIT = The Date that the request was initiated. SOURCE = Indicates if the request was received via SeeClickFix, via the Report A Problem website at www.oaklandpw.com, or via (Phone or Email). DESCRIPTION = Type of issue. Most of these are self-explanatory. Notes: “test template” and “This is a test subject. Ignore this ticket.” were for testing/training purposes only. Descriptions starting with “Business” “City Services” “CityBldg” (no space) “Events” “Misc” are/were used by the Recycling Hotline “TE” means “Traffic Engineering” REQCATEGORY = Request Category REQADDRESS = Request Address An address of ZZ indicates that the address was not recorded, usually this is for general inquiries to the Recycling Hotline. STATUS = The status as of date of upload. Pending: Request received for review OPEN: Request assigned to work unit WOCREATE: Work Order created for work to be done (not all work units use this status, so Open service requests may also have work orders created for work to be done) CLOSED: Request is resolved REFERRED: Oakland Call Center received the request and forwarded it to another entity (see REFERREDTO) UNFUNDED: Request is for an service that the City is not funded to provide CANCEL: Request was canceled, generally because it was created erroneously, it was used for testing/training, or it is a request that was received that duplicated an existing unresolved request DATETIMECLOSED = The Date that the request was closed SRX, SRY= Coordinates of the issue. Note that this is in NAD_1983_StatePlane_California_III_FIPS_0403_Feet, not latitude/longitude. REFERREDTO = If the status is Referred, this shows who it was referred to. COUNCILDISTRICT = City Council District of the REQADDRESS. BEAT = Police Beat of the REQADDRESS (see http://mapgis.oaklandnet.com/PoliceDistricts/ for a map of police beats)
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2014-06-10T16:45:48.000Z
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2019-08-22T20:53:48.000Z
Fehr & Peers conducted a parking inventory and occupancy study in Oakland to support the ongoing International BRT project. The study area consisted of block faces within 1,500 feet of International Boulevard between 1st Avenue and Durant Avenue, a 6.8 mile-long corridor. Inventory and occupancy data was collected for over 2,500 block faces in February of 2018 between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Block faces were selected for inclusion in the study if any portion of the block face was within 1,500 feet of International Boulevard between 1st Avenue and Durant Avenue. The total length of available parking on each block was collected for blocks with parallel parking, and a number of spaces was collected for those with angled or perpendicular parking. Spaces were further differentiated by metered, unmarked regular, commercial loading, passenger loading, and accessible spaces. Private access or otherwise reserved spaces were not included in the study. Data validation efforts included additional field visits to ground-truth the inventory data and ensure that the observed occupancies were typical, as well as comparisons of the inventory data to block face lengths to identify data entry errors. Certain block faces with identified data entry or collection errors were re-collected in subsequent field visits in March of 2018.
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2019-11-21T14:10:51.000Z
This dataset includes all itemized accrued expenses ($100 or more) e-filed on Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 460 Schedule "F" Accrued Expenses (Unpaid Bills) from 2011 to the present. The data is current as of the last modified date on this dataset. See the data key for column definitions: https://data.sfgov.org/Ethics/Campaign-Finance-Data-Key/wygs-cc76
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2019-11-19T19:29:47.000Z
Bikeways are corridors designated for bicycle travel. This layer includes Oakland’s Proposed Bikeway Network, streets proposed for bicycle improvements in Oakland's 2007 Bicycle Plan, as well as a small number of bikeways added or removed from the proposed network since then. Additions and changes since the 2019 update are not yet included. This dataset is typically updated twice a year in January and July. Bikeways are defined by "class," each with specific characteristics (see Definition). The fields “Proposed Class” and “ExistingClass” show the proposed and current state of the network, based on these class definitions. For some existing bikeways, the proposed bikeway class is not the same as the existing class. Designations reflect existing and proposed bikeways as of June 30, 2019. Class type (0, 1, 2, 2.0, 2.3A, 2B, 2B.0, 2B.3A, 2B.2, 3, 3A, 3B, or 4, 4.2B 4.2, 4.3A, 4.4.2B) appears in the ProposedClass (ProposedCl) and ExistingClass (ExistingCl) fields. If the Class doesn't include a decimal point, the bikeway is existing (or proposed) on both sides of a two-way street or on one side of a one-way street. A decimal point indicates that there is a different class on each side of a two-way street. • Class 1 = bike paths, paved rights-of-way that are completely separated from the street, and typically shared with pedestrians. • Class 2 & variants = bike lanes, lanes striped on streets and designated specifically for bicyclists. • Class 2 = bike lanes • Class 2.0 = bike lanes one side of the street, no facility one side of street • Class 2.3A = bike lanes one side of thre street, sharrows one side of street • Class 2B = buffered bike lanes • Class 2B.0 = buffered bike lanes one side of street, no facility one side of street • Class 2B.3A = buffered bike lanes one side of the street, sharrows one side of street • Class 2B.2 = buffered bike lanes one side of street, bike lanes one side of street • Class 3 = bike routes, streets on which bicyclists share travel lanes with drivers and are designated by wayfinding signage only • Class 3A = arterial bike routes, bikeways on busier streets where bike lanes are not possible, and parallel streets do not provide adequate connectivity. Oakland’s Class 3A facilities were proposed as part of the 2007 bike plan and are designated with sharrows, parking edgeline striping or Tees, and wayfinding signage. The 2019 bike plan removed this proposed designation. • Class 3B = bike boulevards, bikeways on residential streets that prioritize through trips for bicyclists. Oakland’s Class 3B facilities are designated with sharrow markings, traffic calming measures, and wayfinding signage. • Class 4 = parking protected bikeways, striped on streets, separated from moving traffic by striped buffers and/or vertical elements (delineators, planters, curb). Variant can include 4.2 (separated bike lanes on one side and bike lanes on one side, etc. • Class 0 = no bikeway is proposed or existing, as applicable. (There are three sign-only segments that are currently existing, but not proposed.) Key to other fields: • Striping Status (Installed, Designed, InDesign) • Signage Status (Installed, Designed, InDesign) • Priority Project (per bike plan prioritization, ongoing) • StripeInSt = month that a bikeway was first striped on this segment • StripeIn_1 = year that a bikeway was first striped on this segment • Signinstal = month that bike wayfinding signs were first installed • SignInSt_1 = year that bike wayfinding signs were first installed • SignType = MUTCD designation of installed signs Last updated August 13, 2019.
- API data.oaklandnet.com | Last Updated 2018-10-01T22:14:25.000Z
This Indicator is measured by the percent of employed individuals who are not employed in industries with a mean annual wage of at least $80,000. In 2016, these industries included management occupations; legal occupations; healthcare practitioners and technical occupations; computer and mathematical occupations; architecture and engineering occupations; life, physical, and social science occupations; and business and financial operations occupations. (Source: Occupational Employment Statistics, CA Employment Development Department https://data.edd.ca.gov/Wages/Occupational-Employment- Statistics-OES-/pwxn-y2g5)