Over Greenbelt Alliance’s 60-year history, we have stewarded this region’s beautiful natural landscapes while promoting the growth needed for thriving communities for generations to come. As a result, today, almost 3.3 million acres of the Bay Area’s nine counties are protected open spaces. Now, the Bay Area’s people, cities, and lands need critical help as our climate dramatically changes. Join our team to help us realize a climate-resilient region.
Just as Greenbelt Alliance works to create a better Bay Area, we also strive to better ourselves as an organization. To guide that continued improvement, our staff and Board of Directors have identified and adopted the following values. They reflect who we are as an organization, what we foster in our team members, and the internal standard we use to measure our work.
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This November, San Franciscans will be greeted with a handful of new policies to consider for adoption at the ballot box. When it comes to climate sustainability and housing affordability, no measure is more critically important than Proposition D, also known as the Affordable Homes Now initiative. Sponsored by organized labor (the Northern California Carpenters
Greenbelt Alliance encourages Alameda County residents to vote yes on Measure D! In 2000, the approval of Alameda County’s Measure D established an Urban Growth Boundary to prevent sprawl from encroaching on dwindling agricultural lands, open space, watersheds, and wildlife habitat. In turn, it encourages infill and transit-friendly development to help revitalize neighborhoods within existing
Greenbelt Alliance encourages American Canyon residents to vote no on Measure J! A “NO” vote for Measure J means protecting our agricultural lands, open space, wildlife habitat, and watersheds. If passed, Measure J would expand the City of American Canyon’s Urban Limit Line to include 157 undeveloped acres of land edging the San Francisco estuary