Please attend the Landmark Preservation Advisory Board meeting 9/23(tonight!) at 6 PM in Oakland City Hall.


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Urgent UBA Needs Your Voice
Landmark Preservation Advisory Board
Monday 6PM City Hall
Have opinions on the proposed 19 story luxury apartment tower on the CCA campus? We need you at the Landmark Preservation Advisory Board Meeting Monday 6PM City Hall.

In honor of fall and upcoming Halloween please wear orange. Come early and we will be handing out orange bandanas.

You can still write the City Planner, Rebecca Lind, with your thoughts about the per-application (now due October 18th). Reminder your specific concerns must be raised now in order to be included in the scope of the EIR (Environmental Impact Report). We can’t raise new issues later. EVERY LETTER COUNTS.

Rebecca Lind, Planner III
City of Oakland
Bureau Of Planning
City Hall, Planning, 250 Frank H. Ogawa, Suite 3315, Oakland CA 94612
Reference ER 19003
Review the development pre-application:
Review the developers website at
Please be specific and share details from what you know living and/or working close to CCA. We’ve had many on the lack of affordable units and traffic concerns.

Upcoming deadlines:
Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board on Monday September 23, 2019 (6:00 PM City Hall)
Planning Commission on October 16, 2019 (6:00 PM at City Hall).
Comments on the NOP EIR due October 18, 2019
The public is welcome to speak at both events.

We were blown away by all of you stopping by our booth at Rockridge Out and About. Thank you!

City planning works best with an engaged community. No matter what your views are on the proposed project, please share your thoughts, write, and attend the public hearings. How would you like the CCA campus to be developer?

Thank you, sign up a friend:

See you Monday 23rd celebrate the harvest wear some orange!

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6 Historic Landmarks on Temescal’s Broadway 8/11/2018


First: the  Bilger Quarry Historical Site  at the south end of the Safeway parking lot.The Quarry was in operation from 1870 to 1923.It provided rock for Oakland’s roads.P1090293 (2)                            Now it serves as a reservoir for the  Claremont Country Club.

Glen Echo Creek is the source of its water.

Second:the Treadwell Mansion  on the California College of the Arts campus. It was built in 1875 for John & James  Treadwell who owned the Tesla coal mine  near Livermore, Ca. In 1922 the Treadwell estate was acquired by CCA. In 2017 CCA sold this property to a housing developer who intends to build between 400-600 apartments. Three buildings will be conserved: Treadwell Mansion, its Carriage House and the first campus building .




Third:Studio One on 45th St


This was the site of the Ladies Home Relief Society Children’s Home which was built in 1874.


A  Lightstick by Cork Marcheschi on the grounds of Studio One.
Lightsticks plaque at Studio One
Fourth:Oakland Technical High School. Built in 1914

 Home of many notable students including Stephen Bechtel(1918),Ron Dellums(1953),Clint Eastwood(1949),Curt Flood(1956),Rickey Henderson(1976),Rod McKuen(1951),the Pointer Sisters:Ruth(1963),Anita(1965),Pat(1965),and Jack Soo(1934)


Fifth: The J Mora Moss House in Mosswood Park
  • It was built in 1864.It is Oakland Heritage Landmark Number 6.It is 1 of 5 historic homes owned by Oakland                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sixth: King’s Daughters Home

It was designed by Julia Morgan and dedicated in 1912. It is now used by Kaiser Permanente.P1090959 (1)IMG_6185(1)P1000782

This  King’s Daughters Home entrance gateway was designed by Julia Morgan. It commemorates her younger brother Sam who died in 1913
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From Left: Tour Leaders Naomi Schiff & Tom Debley, on the right is Neil Heyden, who volunteered to carry the Tour’s  PA speaker(that’s a 3 hour job!).
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Alison Finlay,OHA Board member and friendly  Tour volunteer.
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Oakland Heritage Walking Tours are an excellent way to learn about the history of Oakland.