The Carter Gilmore Sports Complex (sometimes referred to as Carter-Gilmore/Greenman Field) is a City of Oakland park named in honor of former Oakland City Councilman Carter Gilmore who was the first African American elected to the Council, as well as a civil rights activist and community leader.  The park was originally known as Greenman Field, but was renamed in 2006, less than a month before Mr. Gilmore passed away.1

Location

1390 66th Avenue, (at Lucille Street) Oakland, California

Telephone

510.238.PARK

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