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BayREN Co-Hosting Induction Cooking Open House in San Rafael

News Story

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN), along with the counties of Marin, Sonoma and Napa, are hosting a free hands-on, in-person demonstration of climate-friendly induction cooking next week.

BayREN Annual Report 2023: Building Blocks for a Brighter Future

News Story

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) has released its 2023 Annual Report, Building Blocks for a Brighter Future, which encapsulates the significant efforts and milestones achieved throughout

Bay Area Gets $32 Million for Critical Water Quality Projects

News Story

The Bay Area is the beneficiary of $32 million in water quality grants to protect fish passages in Richmond, build rain gardens at schools in underserved areas of Petaluma and provide flood protection

BayREN Supports Local Businesses with Energy Efficiency Upgrades

News Story

In the bustling heart of downtown San Rafael in Marin County stands Thai Food Express, serving beloved dishes such as red curry, drunken noodles, and papaya salad. Open since 1990, Thai Food Express

Priority Conservation Areas (PCAs) Are About to Get a Refresh

News Story

After 17 years since they were first developed, the regional land use planning framework for conservation in the Bay Area is wrapping up a yearlong effort to address past challenges and integrate

Napa County Supervisor Belia Ramos Assumes ABAG Helm

News Release

The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) last night inaugurated Napa County Supervisor Belia Ramos as its new president and Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín as Vice President of the regional

Registration for State of the Estuary Conference opens

News Story

Every two years, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership brings together planners, regulators, scientists, practitioners, activists, and many others to exchange knowledge, highlight innovative projects

ABAG Looks Back at 2023 Housing, Environment, Energy Efforts

News Story

The year 2023 saw the Association of Bay Area Governments and its related agencies work in the challenging realms of housing, the environment and energy conservation with the goal of making the region

South Bay Levee Breach Creates 300 Acres of Wetlands

News Story

The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority — co-staffed by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership and the State Coastal Conservancy — and other partners opened a 300-acre former industrial salt pond

First Round of Public Engagement for Plan Bay Area 2050+ Concludes

News Story

ABAG and MTC last month wrapped up the first round of public engagement for Plan Bay Area 2050+, a limited and focused update to the regional vision for transportation, housing, economic development

Documents

Budget and Work Plan 2023-2024 Approved
2023-24 ABAG Budget and Work Plan-Approved.pdf (10.06 MB)
ABAG Budget and Work Program FY22-23
2022 ABAG Budget and Work Plan_all-spreads.pdf (5.22 MB)