Thanks to the hard work of the Proposition (Prop.) 68 campaign, Californians made history this past Election Day—June 5—as they voted overwhelmingly to support Prop. 68 and invest $4.1 billion in our state’s parks and natural resources. Prop. 68 had broad-based, statewide support. 57% of all Californians, and 68% here in the Bay Area, voted yes on 68. “The success of Prop. 68 at the polls is an enormous win for all… Read More
Team Common Ground, a group of designers, engineers, scientists, and educators, are preparing to show their design study of the San Pablo Baylands and Highway 37 corridor with the public.
In Solano County Prop. 68 will protect valuable water resources while improving the region’s parks and open spaces. Vote yes on 68 to help prepare our parks, open spaces, and water resources for the significant challenges that they face.
Greenbelt Alliance welcomes Resilient by Design teams Team Uplift and Common Ground to Solano County to design solutions to tackle climate change.
Greenbelt Alliance has endorsed the Park Bond Bill and will carry out an intensive statewide campaign to support the ballot measure.
October 15 marked the end of the 2017 California legislative session. Greenbelt Alliance endorsed a lot of stellar bills and opposed a few duds, ending the year with some once-in-a-generation successes. Here’s an overview.
A countywide park and open space district is designed to protect and preserve the innumerable benefits natural lands can provide to humans, wildlife, and vegetation.
Lagoon Valley Park spans 314 acres, with an additional 700 acres of adjoining open spaces. It contains a variety of hiking and biking trails, a centuries-old historical house, Lagoon Lake for boating, an off-leash dog park, and a disc golf course.
The Heart of Fairfield Plan, approved by the Fairfield City Council this past May, is an extensive plan to make Fairfield’s central West Texas Street and downtown more vibrant.
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.