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Due to conditions that lead to wildfire risk PG&E confirmed they will turn off power after midnight. PG&E has released what regions and cities could be impacted, including the Oakland hills.
We realize this is concerning to many of our constituents and we are working closely with the City, PG&E, and the Oakland Fire Department to ensure Oakland residents are safe and prepared. Today the City announced that we will be activating the Emergency Operations Center. We will also be closing access to Joaquin Miller Park to ensure fire risks are mitigated, increasing fire department patrols in high risk areas, and deploying additional police officers to manage traffic at unpowered stoplights.
Here are some tips to be prepared:
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Please feel free to contact my office and me at 510-238-7004 or at District4@Oaklandca.gov. Below is the contact info for my staff:
Napoli, Matt Councilmember Aide
Brandon Baranco, Councilmember Aide
Amauri Collins-McMurray, Councilmember Aide
Important City Resource Numbers
GENERAL INFORMATION: 444-CITY
POLICE (NON EMERGENCY): 777-3333
POLICE EMERGENCY (ON CELL PHONE): 777-3211
CITY COUNCIL: 238-3266
CITY ADMINISTRATOR: 238-3301
BLIGHT/CODE ENFORCEMENT: 238-3381
PARKS/REC PROGRAMS: 238-3092
PARKING CITATIONS: 800-500-6484
DRUG HOTLINE: 238-DRUG
PROSTITUTION HOTLINE: 238-2373
PUBLIC WORKS CALL CENTER: 615-5566
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: 238-3466
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