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Group housing, or co-living, can help respond to the need for lower rents and more housing choices in the Bay Area. The co-living concept centers around renting bedrooms in a multi-bedroom building

In response to a lack of affordable housing suited to the needs of changing households, a number of jurisdictions have revised their regulations to permit the development of more compact rental

This guide provides information gathered from local experience and recommended practices for how to understand the problem that soft story buildings pose for jurisdictions and the region. It advises

This report presents model ordinance provisions for a range of feasible soft story mitigation programs, consistent with California law and coordinated with the 2016 California Existing Building Code

This paper identifies key issues and provides guidance for local jurisdictions as they consider refining their parking codes to reflect best practices for parking standards and parking management

Continuity of infrastructure systems in the wake of a major seismic event is essential for quick recovery of societal and economic functions. A single earthquake event is likely to disrupt key

California’s housing challenges continue. To help city and county leaders better navigate complex housing issues in their communities, the Institute for Local Government (ILG) is hosting a webinar