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ABAG and MTC launch Bay Area Housing and Land Use Viewer

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ABAG and MTC launch Bay Area Housing and Land Use Viewer

ABAG and MTC have launched the Bay Area Housing and Land Use Viewer, a web-based mapping tool created to provide the public with access to data related to housing, land use, transportation, equity and the environment. This is the first time this level of detail has been available in one place and publicly accessible on the agency website.

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Estuary Blueprint Spotlight: Tribal Summit Workshop on Water Quality and Quantity

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Estuary Blueprint Spotlight: Tribal Summit Workshop on Water Quality and Quantity

At a recent Tribal Water Summit, the California Indian Environmental Alliance and Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians held a workshop in collaboration with Mono Lake Kutzadika’s Tribe, Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians, and San Francisco Baykeeper to discuss water quality and water quantity in the San Francisco Estuary and its headwaters.

Take California's Housing Future 2040 Survey to Inform the Regional Housing Needs Allocation Milpitas Housing

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Take California's Housing Future 2040 Survey to Inform the Regional Housing Needs Allocation

The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is soliciting ideas and input from the public via a survey to improve the 7th cycle Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) process and address California’s housing shortage. 

ABAG-MTC Win Top Award for Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program Homes under construction.

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ABAG-MTC Win Top Award for Regional Housing Technical Assistance Program

The work of the Association of Bay Area Governments and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in the housing realm has earned the agencies a top award from the California Chapter – Northern Section – of the American Planning Association.

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Nominate Priority Sites & Priority Development Areas Contra Costa BART town square.

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Nominate Priority Sites & Priority Development Areas

Bay Area local governments are invited to nominate Priority Development Areas (PDAs) and Priority Sites. All PDAs and Priority Sites nominated by the program deadlines listed below will be included in Plan Bay Area 2050+ and will be eligible for future planning, infrastructure or housing funds...