Do you have ideas about how technology could improve civic engagement, improve digital education and literacy in our residents and provide tools to attract and sustain local business in the town, but don’t consider yourself a techie? We are hosting four listening sessions to share your ideas, brainstorm community needs and help shape what is built at the Code for Oakland hackathon on July 21st.
June 26th 5:30 – 6:30: West Oakland Library (1801 Adeline Street)
July 11th 5:30 -6:30: Mosswood Recreation Center (3612 Webster Street)
July 12th 5:30 – 7:30: Downtown Library (125 14th Street)
July 17th 5:30-6:30 - 81st Avenue Library (1021 81st Avenue (at Rudsdale))
They want to hear from you – your ideas may just spark a great new app or tool to make positive change in our city! If you can’t make it to one of the sessions you can write your idea on a poster they have at the locations or go online to http://www.neighborland.com/oakland and enter your idea on the website.