• Momentum from This Summer, Big Challenges in Fall

    Momentum from This Summer, Big Challenges in Fall

    As government leaders return from summer recess and with an important election looming in November, we need your support to capitalize on the positive momentum from this summer. Donate today. Continue Reading →

  • Greenbelt Alliance Endorsement Program

    Greenbelt Alliance Endorsement Program

    We are pleased to share that Greenbelt Alliance is once again endorsing outstanding infill development projects and plans in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. We need more people saying “yes” to the right development in the right places. Continue Reading →

  • What’s Cookin’ in Oakland

    What’s Cookin’ in Oakland

    Oakland’s Broadway Valdez District will be an exciting part of the city’s future. We can get a glimpse of what the future holds by looking in on things like Kitchener Oakland—a commercial kitchen with a community conscience. Continue Reading →

  • Local Farms on the Edge

    Local Farms on the Edge

    The Bay Area loves chowing down on local food. Yet pressure to pave over our farms and ranches—a huge part of the greenbelt—still exists, especially in Brentwood, east Contra Costa County’s agricultural gem. Continue Reading →

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Place Matters Blog

Vote yes on Measure Q

This November, Greenbelt Alliance urges you to vote yes on Measure Q in Santa Clara County. This measure would fund natural and agricultural land preservation, increased public access to open spaces, and protection of county water supplies. Continue reading

What’s next for El Camino in Mountain View?

The City of Mountain View has released the draft El Camino Real Precise Plan and associated environmental impact report for public comment. The City Council currently intends to discuss and hear comments on the draft plan at the September 23 council meeting and to approve a final plan before Thanksgiving, so it’s important to get involved now. Continue reading

Two San Jose urban village plans released

The West San Carlos Street and South Bascom Avenue urban village plans are available for the public to read and comment on. How do these urban village plans stack up against what the community wants? Continue reading

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