List of neighborhoods in Oakland, California

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A broad geographical distinction in Oakland neighborhoods is between "the hills" and "the flatlands" (or "flats"). The more affluent neighborhoods are located in the hills along the northeast side of the city, while neighborhoods are generally less prosperous the nearer they are located to San Francisco Bay. Downtown and West Oakland are located entirely in the flatlands, while North and East Oakland incorporate lower hills and flatlands neighborhoods. This hills/flatlands division extends beyond Oakland's borders into neighboring cities in the East Bay's urban core. The following is a listing of the neighborhoods of Oakland, California, categorized into larger area designations of the city:

Central business district[edit]

East Oakland[edit]

Fruitvale

Lower Hills District

Middle East Oakland

San Antonio

  • Lynn
  • Tuxedo
  • Reservoir Hill
  • Cleveland Heights
  • Bella Vista
  • Highland Park
  • Highland Terrace
  • Meadow Brook
  • Ivy Hill
  • Clinton
  • Rancho San Antonio
  • Oak Tree
  • Merritt
  • East Peralta/Eastlake
  • Jingletown

Elmhurst

Lake Merritt[edit]

"Lake Merritt" is used to refer to the lake itself, and to the residential neighborhoods and commercial districts in its vicinity.

North Oakland[edit]

West Oakland[edit]

Oakland Hills[edit]

Northeast Hills[3]

Southeast Hills[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Neighborhood Search Map". Oakland Museum of California. Archived from the original on 2009-04-30. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
  2. ^ Matier, Phillip; Ross, Andrew (January 24, 2001). "'Ghost Town' a Work in Progress". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2007-09-25. 
  3. ^ Urban Strategies murder reports 2004–2005 JPG image
  4. ^ Oakland Museum of California. Map search java application