Celebrating Wins From Around the Region
Update: We are thrilled that an appeal to stop Eden Housing’s Ruby Street Apartments was denied, meaning the project is now set to move forward! This is a huge win for affordable housing and open space advocates. Greenbelt Alliance is pleased to endorse the proposed Ruby Street Apartments project in Castro Valley by Eden Housing.
As our region plans for the next 30+ years of development, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission/Associate of Bay Area Governments has implemented Plan Bay Area, an ongoing process that weaves together transportation, housing, economic and environmental strategies, alongside an expanded set of growth geographies, to advance critical climate and equity goals. We call for the Plan
Update: On September 8, the Bishop Ranch CityWalk Master Plan appeal was denied and the San Ramon City Council approved the project. We are thrilled that the Master Plan is moving forward—providing 4,500 (675 affordable) new homes to the Bay Area! Greenbelt Alliance is pleased to endorse the CityWalk Bishop Ranch Mixed-Use Master Plan in
Greenbelt Alliance is thrilled to share that critical greenbelt lands in Napa are one step closer to being protected! We’ve been working with community members and neighborhood groups to call on the City of Napa to keep Napa Oaks and Timberhill areas free from development. On Monday, August 31, after citing a letter we submitted to the
Update: We are thrilled that the San Mateo Planning Commission has unanimously approved the “Downtown San Mateo Opportunity Sites” project. Now the project will go to the City Council, where we hope the same results will transpire. Greenbelt Alliance is proud to endorse the “Downtown San Mateo Opportunity Sites” project. This project is a 225-unit,
Update: Update: After 105 meetings over the course of a decade, the Terraces of Lafayette was approved by the Lafayette City Council at 12:45 a.m. on Monday, August 24. First proposed in 2011, this development will provide 315 homes with 63 allocated affordable for low-income residents. This project will make tremendous strides in furthering Lafayette’s