Smart Growth Strategy: Shaping the future of the nine-county Bay Area
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About the Smart Growth Project

The Smart Growth Strategy/Regional Livability Footprint Project is a visioning effort of elected officials, local and regional government staff, community representatives, regional stakeholders, and economic, equity and environmental coalitions. The Project seeks to determine and lay out strategies for how the nine-county Bay Area can grow smarter and become more sustainable over the next 20 years and beyond. The three Project Goals are discussed in detail on our Project History page:

  1. Create a smart growth land use vision for the Bay Area. (Achieved!)

  2. Identify and obtain regulatory changes and incentives needed to accomplish these objectives.

  3. Develop 20-year land use and transportation projections based on the vision. (Achieved!)

While Goals 1 and 2 have been achieved, the project's pursuit of regulatory changes and other tools for smart growth implementation is ongoing.

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