Open Budget: Oakland takes current and past budget data published by the City of Oakland and transforms them into accessible visualizations. Our aim is to enable community members to examine their city's budget for themselves. Those who want to dig even deeper into the budget data may be interested in using the Open Budget: Oakland API.
*Measure Z resources (compiled by Open Budget: Oakland)
The City Council unanimously voted on July 28, 2020 to create The Re-imagining Public Safety Task Force. The task force will study the diversion of funds from enforcement and punishment to prevention and wellness in the next budget cycle.
We have a suite of data visualization tools to help you understand Oakland's budget.
Get a bird's eye view of the big picture for a single year: where money comes from, and where it goes.
Put two budgets head-to-head. How much did the budget grow or shrink? How are cuts and increases distributed across spending categories? How did revenue sources change?
Drill down into detailed spending and revenue data for each department and fund for a single year.
Orient yourself within the two-year cycle of Oakland's budget process.