Technical Assistance

The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) collects the Annual Progress Report (APR) from all cities and counties in California. This January 2020 training webinar provides

How do you conduct effective, equitable remote engagement? More people than ever before are using online tools to communicate and conduct business. The webinar covers effective remote engagement

The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) Codes and Standards Program has developed Title 24, Part 6 Energy Code Permit Guides to help local enforcing agencies streamline energy code compliance

Finding a digital tool that fits your project’s goals and objectives is important, but evaluating remote-engagement technical tools can be overwhelming.

This extensive document includes direct links to more than 50 digital engagement platforms that assist you with: Webinars Streaming Presentations Decision-making SMS and messaging Media monitoring

Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) trainings are designed to educate local government officials and the private sector building community in key aspects of code compliance and enforcement. Each

Government Code section 65400 requires that each city, county, or city and county, including charter cities, prepare an Annual Progress Report (APR) on the status of the housing element of its general

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Technology Transfer Program webinars offer local traffic engineers, planners, students and others free, half-day online seminars on a variety of

Get tips on the remote learning tool, Zoom. Find helpful information on how to conduct a successful meeting — including instructions on security options, simultaneous audio translations and breakout

Check out these digital engagement resources to get started with the online tools you’ll need to communicate and conduct business in a remote environment. Get tools and strategies for public