1. Public Works staff planted more than 30 trees last week

    Oakland Public Works staff plants more than 30 trees

    Making the most of recent rain and in keeping with its mission as a Tree City USA, the Town of Oakland planted more than 30 trees last week. Read on...
  2. Steve Koontz

    Coffee with the Town Manager to be held virtually

    BYOC (bring your own coffee) to this month’s virtual Coffee with the Town Manager on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 9 a.m. via Zoom. Read on...
  3. Public Restrooms at the Arts and Heritage Center

    Public restrooms now open at Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland

    To accommodate a growing number of West Orange Trail users , the Town of Oakland is proud to announce the opening of outdoor public restrooms at The Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland. Read on...
  4. Historic African American Cemetery

    Town of Oakland awarded grant to preserve Historic African American Cemetery

    The Town of Oakland’s Historic African American Cemetery is being recommended for Florida’s Historic Preservation Grant in the amount of $25,000. The Town’s is the top-ranking project of the 58 recommended proposals statewide. Read on...
  5. Respond to the Census

    The deadline to respond to the Census is Sept. 30

    Data from the 2020 Census will aid in the distribution of billions of dollars in federal funds that support education, health care, emergency services, housing and food assistance and more. Read on...
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