Association of Bay Area Governments

ABAG stands for the Association of Bay Area Governments. Our mission is to strengthen cooperation and collaboration across local governments to build healthier, stronger communities.

ABAG is part regional planning agency and part local government service provider. We accomplish our goals by providing planning services and cost-effective ABAG member services to local governments struggling with rising costs and diminishing incomes.

Final Regional Housing Needs Allocation Plan Adopted

ABAG Executive Board adopted the Final RHNA Plan on December 16, 2021.  The next step in the process is for each local government to update the Housing Element of their general plan, due to HCD by January 31, 2023.  Tools and resources are available to support local governments through the Regional Housing Technical Assistance program.  For more information, visit the webpage or email housingta@bayareametro.gov.

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Thursday, February 17, 2022
11 a.m.
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San Francisco
Thursday, March 17, 2022
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Energy-Saving BayREN Launches New Website BayREN

Energy-Saving BayREN Launches New Website

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) has launched a redesigned website offering a cohesive and vast array of energy efficiency resources for residents, property and business owners, local government staff, real estate professionals, building contractors and more.

Input Needed on Future of San Francisco Bay Estuary

Input Needed on Future of San Francisco Bay Estuary

The San Francisco Estuary Partnership has opened public comment on 25 actions being assessed to promote a healthy, vibrant, resilient and thriving San Francisco Estuary by 2050.