We are excited to announce that the Temescal Telegraph BID is partnering with Downtown Streets Team on a new pilot employment training program for unhoused individuals in Oakland called Team Work Oakland.
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The Temescal Telegraph Business Improvement District (TTBID) seeks a full-time Marketing and Program Assistant. This position is ideal to launch a career in marketing, city planning, urban economics, or business development. The chosen candidate will be involved in all aspects of our marketing and events, and will work under the supervision of and with support from the Executive Director.
This Valentine’s Day, get your loved ones gifts from Temescal. Shop a variety of goods from handmade jewelry to unique flower arrangements at Temescal independent small businesses – online and in-person. Be sure to grab something for yourself, as well!
Outdoor dining is now permitted in Alameda County! Enjoy a bite and drinks from your favorite Temescal restaurants and bars outdoors. Please adhere to social distancing protocols, wear a mask, and follow all rules and regulations provided by each business.
The pedestrian plaza on Shattuck between 45th and 46th St was delineated with paint, planters, and signs on January 12!
In 2021, find new ways to de-stress and relax while staying at home! Whether it’s a virtual workout, dance, or meditation, find something new in Temescal to help you stay physically and mentally strong throughout the year.
In 2021, to celebrate the businesses and people that have been nourishing Oakland’s communities, Oakland Restaurant Week gets upgraded to Oakland Restaurant (and More) Week—to promote all the businesses who contribute to Oakland’s culinary fabric.
Starting Monday, December 28th, the Temescal Telegraph Business Improvement District (BID) will be installing 10 more pedestrian lights on the East side of Telegraph Ave.
The contractor started installing cat-tracking on Friday, December 18th to mark the parking types. The City is reviewing and approving the cat tracking this week.