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Final Plan Bay Area 2050 Released An adult and child pointing at the water in Richmond, California.

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Final Plan Bay Area 2050 Released

Guided by input from more than 20,000 Bay Area residents, nearly four years of planning work draw to a close today with the final release of Plan Bay Area 2050. Defined by strategies for housing, economic growth, transportation and the environment crafted to make the Bay Area more resilient and...

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New Technical Assistance Portal Offers Wealth of Resources for Local Governments Adults in a classroom setting, all looking forward at a woman presenting a slideshow at the front of the room.

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New Technical Assistance Portal Offers Wealth of Resources for Local Governments

The Association of Bay Area Governments and Metropolitan Transportation Commission today launched a new Technical Assistance portal at abag.ca.gov/technical-assistance. The website is a one-stop shop of programs that provide planning and technical support to make it easier for city and county...

BayREN's Work Recognized by CALCOG

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BayREN's Work Recognized by CALCOG

When talking about energy efficiency in the San Francisco region, ABAG’s Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) has taken center stage. BayREN's work has been recognized in a new article from CALCOG (California Association of Councils of Governments.)

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Public Hearing on RHNA Appeals

ABAG in September and October, is conducting a Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) Appeals public hearing over six days to consider the 28 appeals made by Bay Area cities, towns and counties and the nearly 450 comments received on the appeals. This is the final phase of the ABAG RHNA cycle six...

Public Invited to Draft Plan Bay Area 2050 Public Engagement Recap on Aug. 17 A man works at a laptop while writing in a notebook, with a bicycle in the background.

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Public Invited to Draft Plan Bay Area 2050 Public Engagement Recap on Aug. 17

The public is invited to attend a webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 17, at 9:30 a.m., where staff from the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) will summarize “What We Heard” during the spring-summer 2021 public comment period of Draft Plan Bay Area...