This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN), a network of local governments partnering to promote resource efficiency at the regional level, focusing on
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The application window for Priority Development Area (PDA) and Priority Production Area (PPA) grants is now open until Feb. 23, 2023.
Recent news from the Association of Bay Area Governments.
ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) this month began a nationwide recruitment effort to select the agencies’ next executive director. Current ABAG and MTC executive director
Making it Possible: Convening on SB 9 and Middle Housing Brings Together Planners, HCD and Other Housing Practitioners
Bay Area planners and housing practitioners joined speakers from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), Bay Area and San Diego planners and other housing professionals
Therese W. McMillan, executive director of the Association of Bay Area Governments and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) since 2019, notified the Commission that she will retire from
Therese W. McMillan, executive director of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) since 2019, notified the Commission that she will retire
Now We're Cooking...with a Scientist and a Doctor – Attend BayREN’s Lunchtime Discussion on Induction Cooking
The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) is hosting a lunchtime conversation from 12 – 1 p.m. this Friday (Aug. 19) to break down the benefits of induction cooking. Register for the event here
ABAG Executive Board President and Berkeley mayor Jesse Arreguin this week joins a group of Metropolitan Transportation Commission members and ABAG-MTC staff in Washington to advocate for funding
Deadline Extended: Bay Area High School Students, Be Part of the Summer Academy on Transportation, Housing Equity and More
Four regional government agencies are sponsoring an online Bay Area Summer Academy to provide insights into how regional governments address these issues and how the public, including students, can