The Embarcadero Neighborhood Association was formed in July of 2021 to continue a tradition that goes back almost 200 years. Our association is designed to benefit everyone along the Embarcadero from Fifth Avenue to the north, Kennedy Street to the south, the Nimitz freeway to the east and the estuary to the west. It provides a forum for us to work together and truly build a community that looks out for each other and speaks with one clear voice. Read more about us here.
Latest News & Notes from the Association
Our Union Point Park has been getting some much needed love with some tree planting and gardening but it also had a small encampment return to the south end of the park with quite a large amount of “stuff”. This may not be a big deal to the city but it is to the Bay […]Continue reading
A big change has taken place in City management. We all know what a big problem abandoned vehicles are and how it has taken forever to get them removed from our neighborhood. After a year long study the responsibility has shifted from the Oakland Police Department to the Department of Transportation under the leadership of […]Continue reading
After over a year of 22nd Avenue looking terrible with motorhomes, broken down trucks, trailers and trash every where our beautiful street is looking good. people can once again walk and ride their bikes (and scooters) up and down the street safely. We have plans for this beautiful tree lined avenue and will be installing […]Continue reading
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