An online tool is now available to help residents identify potential earthquake-related damage to their homes and provides information on how to gird against the next big temblor.
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Guide shows ways to lessen damage in a major temblor
Bay Area Permitted More Housing in 2017, But Acute Shortfall of Affordable Housing Persists ABAG Releases 2017 Permit Data via Online Housing Data Portal
New data on housing.abag.ca.gov reveals Bay Area cities and counties permitted 27,103 new housing units in 2017, more than either 2016 (20,868) or 2015 (20,495); but only 18 percent of these units
Workforce and Affordable Housing Opportunities on Public Lands
New Housing Data Available Via Vital Signs
New data released by ABAG and MTC as part of the agencies' Vital Signs performance-monitoring initiative show the nine-county Bay Area's housing stock increased by only 14,900 new units -- the vast
2018 Another Active Year for Housing Legislation
Adapted from a post originally published on The Bay Link, the joint blog of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG).
New Online Housing Policy and Data Explorer
Housing is a significant issue for the San Francisco Bay Area.
Governor Brown Signs Legislative Package to Help Address California's Housing Needs Friday, September 29, 2017
Governor Brown today signed the 15-bill housing package passed by the California Legislature earlier this month.
Housing Bills Advance to the Governor's Desk
On September 15, 2017, the California Legislature sent to the Governor's desk a suite of housing bills intended to begin addressing the states chronic housing shortage.
Building Resilient Homes to Build Resilient Communities Workshop
The Building Resilient Homes to Build Resilient Communities workshop on July 25th demonstrated the positive impact of coordinated energy efficiency and seismic safety efforts.
High-Profile CASA Initiative Tackles Region's Housing Crisis
CASA brings together 46 leaders from across the Bay Area to build an actionable political consensus around increasing housing production at all levels of affordability, preserving existing affordab