1. Town of Oakland

    Flood Damage

    The Town is working diligently to grade five miles of storm-damaged unpaved roads. The Oakland-Tildenville Cemetery has experienced flooding due to significant rains. Read on...
  2. Historic Town Hall

    Volunteers sought to serve on Town Board

    The Town of Oakland has a number of boards and committees which provide assistance to Town of Oakland staff and the Town Commission, most have monthly meetings and require only a few hours of a volunteer’s time. These meetings are all open to the public. Read on...
  3. Pumpkin Glow

    Oakland Nature Preserve to host nighttime Pumpkin Glow hike

    The Oakland Nature Preserve is inviting ghouls and goblins to an enchanted evening hike. The Pumpkin Glow, the Preserve’s new autumnal event, features a winding wooded trail of decorated and hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
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