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Current Campaigns

Better Broadway

For several years now, the City of Oakland has been developing a specific plan to guide new development along the nearly one-mile stretch of Broadway between Grand Avenue and I-580. This area is currently littered vacant lots and underutilized spaces, … Continue reading

El Camino Real

Photo: Simon Tunbridge El Camino Real translates to “The Royal Road”. With the City of Mountain View currently developing its precise plan for the four-mile stretch of El Camino that runs through city limits, now is the perfect opportunity to create … Continue reading

Plan Bay Area

By 2035, the nine-county Bay Area is expected to add over 900,000 new households and 1.2 million new jobs. We have to plan now for how we get around and how we build. We have to grow smarter. Continue reading

Plan Jose

Envision San Jose 2040 Envision 2040 , San Jose’s bold blueprint for growth over the next three decades, was approved by the City Council on Nov. 1, 2011. This result was the culmination of more than four years of planning . The approved version of the … Continue reading

Protect Tassajara Valley

A natural gem in Contra Costa County, the Tassajara Valley provides important habitat for rare and endangered wildlife as well as valuable agricultural lands, outdoor recreation, and natural beauty. Yet for all its rural charm, this quiet valley just east of … Continue reading

Saving Working Landscapes

The Santa Clara Valley Habitat Plan, started in 2006, is a long-range conservation strategy to enhance ecological diversity and habitat function in about two-thirds of South Santa Clara County. Continue reading

SMART Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa is planning for two Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) stations — The city recently completed one downtown and is working on a second in North Santa Rosa by Guerneville Road. For local residents, this means an opportunity to create vibrant neighborhoods with … Continue reading

Vibrant Concord

Collaboration paid off in Concord — and now that Contra Costa city has a world-class future in the works.

On January 24, 2012 the Concord City Council approved a visionary plan for the inland portion of the shuttered Concord Naval Weapons Station, a 5,100 acre site adjacent to the North Concord BART station. Continue reading

Walkable Walnut Creek

Walkable Walnut Creek Walnut Creek is one of those special Bay Area communities that is rich in appeal and opportunities. Nestled in the heart of Central Contra Costa County, it has a walkable downtown with thriving shops, strong schools, an … Continue reading

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