Celebrating Wins From Around the Region
Update: We are excited to share that the City of Santa Rosa approved the Journey’s End project, which will bring climate-smart, inclusive housing to the North Bay! Greenbelt Alliance supported and officially endorsed the proposed infill development by Burbank Housing located at 3575 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa, CA. This development is an essential component
Update: We’re thrilled to announce that San Mateo’s Planning Commission unanimously voted to approve the Peninsula Heights project, bringing much-needed climate SMART—Sustainable, Mixed, Affordable, Resilient, Transit-Oriented—homes to the South Bay! Greenbelt Alliance was excited to endorse the Peninsula Heights Development, which will transform four commercial buildings and their surface parking lots into a residential development
What more can be said about the year 2020: record-breaking, unprecedented, simultaneous trials and tribulations coupled with progress and hope like we have not seen. At Greenbelt Alliance, 2020 was a year of reimagining what’s possible and charting a new course, welcoming new team members, and strengthening our commitment to the resilience of Bay Area
Update: On Monday, November 16, Redwood City’s City Council unanimously approved the South Main Mixed-Use development. Greenbelt Alliance was excited to endorse this project and is thrilled that more climate SMART—Sustainable, Mixed, Affordable, Resilient, Transit-Oriented—homes will be coming to the region. “We applaud the City Council for making this choice for our region to encourage
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