Mayor Libby Schaaf to deliver State of the City Address at Oakland City Hall

FILE - In this May 13, 2016 file photo, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, left, speaks beside then-Oakland Chief of Police Sean Whent in Oakland, Calif. Schaaf is a trained lawyer who left her legal career years ago for grassroots community service in Oakland that eventually led to her election as mayor of the long-troubled California city. Now, midway through her first term, she is facing the toughest trial of her political career with the scandal-ridden Oakland Police Department providing a seemingly daily dose of embarrassment for her and the city. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, FIle)
FILE - In this May 13, 2016 file photo, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, left, speaks beside then-Oakland Chief of Police Sean Whent in Oakland, Calif. Schaaf is a trained lawyer who left her legal career years ago for grassroots community service in Oakland that eventually led to her election as mayor of the long-troubled California city. Now, midway through her first term, she is facing the toughest trial of her political career with the scandal-ridden Oakland Police Department providing a seemingly daily dose of embarrassment for her and the city. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, FIle)

OAKLAND (KRON) — Oakland residents will be gathering at Oakland City Hall, Friday evening as Mayor Libby Schaaf will deliver her 2016 State of the City address.

According to city officials, the speech will take place at Oakland city Hall at 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza. Doors will open around 5 p.m. and Mayor Schaaf will not deliver the speech until 5:45 p.m.

Due to limited seating residents can view the speech in the Council Chamber or Hearing Rooms 1, 2 and 4. Residents are advised that seating within the chambers are limited.

Mayor Schaaf and other prominent city members have come under fire for many troubling cases such as the sex scandal that plagued the Oakland Police, and a mayoral recall from Oakland residents for Schaaf.

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