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Oakland, CA 94607
Tel: 510.444.7738
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Click a policy title below for more information. Choose the related ENACT Environment to learn more about related community health strategies, and how you can make improvements on a local level.

Policy Title Synopsis Date Enacted Locale Enacted ENACT Environment
Oakland Pedestrian Plan  Establishes a Pedestrian Route Network to connect schools, libraries, parks, neighborhoods, and commercial districts and help to ensure that Oakland is a safe, convenient and attractive place to walk.  11/15/2002  Oakland, California 
Community

 
Reedley Specific Plan 

Guides future development in Reedley with a focus on preserving farmland, reducing air pollution, encouraging alternate forms of transportation and promoting a strong sense of community.

 
01/15/2001  Reedley, California 
Community

 
Santa Monica Transportation Management  Sets regulations on employers with 10 or more employees in order to reduce the number of employee commute trips.  01/15/1990  Santa Monica, California 
Workplace

 
Marin County Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan  The master plan seeks to decrease traffic congestion, vehicle exhaust emissions, noise and generally make the streets safe for cyclists and pedestrians.  06/15/2001  Marin County, California 
Community

 
Public Education Fund  Creates a public education fund, one-third of which is to be spent on arts, music, sports and library programs.  11/04/2003  San Francisco County, California 
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After-School

 
Santa Barbara Pedestrian Master Plan  Plan to upgrade and increase pedestrian areas of the City.  01/01/1997  Santa Barbara, California 
Community

 
Sacramento Pedestrian Friendly Street Standards  Sets standards for designing streets to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety.  02/24/2004  Sacramento, California 
Community

 
Inclusionary Housing  Encourages diverse and balanced neighborhoods with housing available for households of all income levels.  05/09/2003  San Diego, California 
Community

 
Santa Ana Joint Use Agreement and Covenant  Santa Ana Unified School District and the City of Santa Ana entered into a Joint Use of Property agreement to make high school facilities available for community and city purposes after school hours.  06/03/2002  Santa Ana, California 
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Joint Use Agreement Form for Use and Installation of Ballfields  Santa Ana Unified School District and the City of Santa Ana entered into an agreement determining joint responsibility for the Thornton Park baseball fields, including construction, operation, and maintenance.  11/17/1986  Santa Ana, California 
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After-School


Community

 
Recreational Facilities Agreement  The Santa Ana Unified School District and the City of Santa Ana enter an agreement whereby the city will operate park and playground programs at or adjacent to various schools in the district.  01/02/1990  Santa Ana, California 
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After-School


Community

 
Los Angeles Transportation Demand Management (TMD) Ordinance 

 

Mandates businesses of a certain size to implement specific measures to increase employee exposure to alternative forms of transportation. 

 
03/31/1998  Los Angeles, California 
Workplace

 
Sonoma Open Space District Formation  Creates and establishes an Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District for Sonoma County. This measure was put before the voters of Sonoma for approval.  08/14/1990  Sonoma County, California 
Community

 
Salinas Pedestrian Plan  Determines goals and strategies that will increase walking in the City and identifies actions that need to be taken to achieve a livable community.  05/04/2004  Salinas, California 
Community

 
Los Angeles Bicycle Plan: General Plan, Transportation Element  Serves as a guide to developing a transportation system which is accessible, safe, and convenient for bicycle travel.   09/22/1999  Los Angeles, California 
Government


Community

 
Long Beach Bicycle Master Plan  Guides the development and maintenance of bicycle friendly roads and bikeways which will serve commuter and recreational riders.  12/11/2001  Long Beach, California 
Government


Community

 
Sidewalk Inspection and Repair Program  Allocates funding for the Sidewalk Inspection and Repair Program.  01/30/2007  San Francisco County, California 
Community

 
Coyote Lake-Harvey Bear Ranch County Park Master Plan  Provides a 20-year blueprint for recreational development to offer residents a diversity of recreational experiences while protecting natural resources.   01/23/2007  Santa Clara County, California 
Community

 
Amending County Code Related to Smoking and Overnight Camping in County Parks  Prohibits smoking in all San Diego County parks.  12/13/2006  San Diego County, California 
Community

 
General Plan Amendment 

Refines Specific Trails plan to further define bicycle paths, pedestrian ways, and equestrian trails along a 15 mile stretch along the Kern River.

 
09/09/2003  Kern County, California 
Community

 
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