The route for Oaklavia – Love Our Lake Day on Sunday, September 14, from 11am to 4pm is a 3-mile long (mostly) car-free route from the Pergola to Latham Square programmed with a little (or a lot) of something for everyone. And all activities are FREE. See the activities line up, so far, HERE.
AC Transit just announced the bus route detours. Bus lines running on Grand Avenue remain unaffected.
You can get there on foot, by bike, or by one of several AC transit buses (57, NL, N, 14, 18, 1, 1R, 12, 72, 72R, 40…) and 3 BART stations (Lake Merritt, 12th Street City Center, 19th Street). Or check 511.org for suggested ways to get to Oaklavia by public transit.
Please contact the Oaklavía Event Team at 510-550-4802, or email@example.com with any questions you may have.
LoveOurLakeDayRoute [be patient, it’s a large-ish file]
Impact to Residents on the Route
On Sunday September 14, street closures and on-street parking restrictions will be in effect in the following ways:
|From 9:00am to 11:00am||Local motor vehicle access on the event route will be severely limited|
|From 11:00am to 4:00pm||NO vehicle access will be allowed on the event route, with the exception of small sections of the roadway where the route is shared with Oaklavia & traffic|
|From 8:00am to 5:00pm||There will be NO on-street parking on the route; No parking signs will be posted 72 hours in advance, and cars will be towed to make room for the event|
WOBO realizes that for 5 hours car access into and out of some buildings will be impacted. We encourage you to plan ahead and utilize parking spaces outside of the route if necessary, including public parking lots at 14th & Jackson or 14th & Alice.
These 3 miles of mostly car-free streets will be filled with dancing, food, free bike rentals, bike repair, live music, dancing, martial arts performances, sports, games, bike rodeo, hula hooping, and much more. For the safety of event participants, we hope that you will, instead, consider joining us in the streets to play and enjoy the car-free day on this route from Latham Square to the Pergola at the Lake.