We need your help gathering signatures that will qualify the Let Antioch Voters Decide: The Sand Creek Area Protection Initiative for the ballot this November. This initiative is designed to protect 1,800 acres (bigger than Golden Gate Park) in the Sand Creek area southeast of Antioch in the Mount Diablo foothills. This area of Sand Creek is surrounded by East Bay Regional Parks on three sides and serves as vital habitat for several threatened… Read More
Throughout our 60-year history, Greenbelt Alliance has touched the lives of thousands of Bay Area people. If you have a great story about your experience with us, we can’t wait to hear it. Share the love below. Excerpts from stories by our supporters: Julie Dilley fought a sprawl proposal near her hometown in Asti with Greenbelt Alliance. “When you’re out here, if you don’t have a neighborhood association that’s been around for… Read More
Sign on to our support letter below to let Sunnyvale City Council know you support more homes along El Camino Real.
We’re celebrating a big milestone toward a Countywide Park and Open Space District in Solano County. Senate Bill 365 (Dodd) was signed by Governor Brown, giving the go-ahead for the county Board of Supervisors to pursue creating the district. Add your voice of support for the next step.
At a time when so many Contra Costa County families are struggling to find affordable homes, Las Juntas Way will create healthy opportunities to live, work, and play in Walnut Creek. Despite the great additions this community can bring to the fabric of Walnut Creek and the Contra Costa Centre Transit Village, Las Juntas Way is facing significant opposition. We urge residents who want the best development for their city to step forward… Read More
For decades, Greenbelt Alliance and our partners have protected Coyote Valley from inappropriate development—from technology campuses to sprawling subdivisions. Now there is yet another proposal before the San Jose City Council to build a 517,000 square foot warehouse distribution center on Coyote Valley’s pristine lands. We need your help to stop it.
Successful local farms and ranches provide fresh food and economic, social, and environmental benefits for the entire Bay Area. Yet, development continues to chip away at our agricultural lands. Since 1984, we’ve lost 217,000 acres of farm and ranch land to sprawl—that’s seven times the size of San Francisco! You can use your online voice, your vote, and your buying power to support local farms and ranches.