Workforce Housing

Taking action to address California’s growing housing crisis

Bay Area Council Poll

Bay Area residents rank housing crisis as top issue, say traffic should be declared emergency. Economic confidence slipping.

2018 Pacific Summit: June 12

Featuring former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and New York Times columnist David Brooks

Commute Improvement

Doubling down to keep the Bay Area economy moving

Workforce of the Future

Working to meet the Bay Area’s awesome talent needs

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    NAPA-SONOMA SALT MARSH RESTORATION PIPELINE PROJECT

    2018-04-13 01:04:03

    HISTORIC VOTE TURNS THE TIDE FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY

    The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority on Wednesday approved nearly $18 million in grants for wetlands restoration and flood protection projects in San Francisco Bay. The grants are the first made by the Authority, which is funded by Measure AA, the first nine-county regional ballot measure approved by over 70 percent of voters in 2016.

    megaregion report

    2018-04-06 03:04:53

    Charting a Course for Megaregion Coordination

    A rising economy, a massive housing shortage and growing traffic in the Bay Area are causing major changes across the Northern California megaregion that represent both opportunities and challenges.

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    2018-04-02 09:04:22

    New Report: California’s Healthcare Sector Key to Meeting State Climate Action Goals

    New Report: California’s Healthcare Sector Key to Meeting State Climate Action Goals Sector Uniquely Positioned to Take Lead On and Accountability For Sustainable, Low-Carbon Transformation SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Despite the recent 10th anniversary of California’s landmark climate change legislation SB 375 targeting global warming pollution, the state is currently falling short of its ambitious [...]

    Board

    2018-03-30 03:03:14

    Council’s Board Welcomes Senator Feinstein and Mayor Schaaf

    U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf met with the Bay Area Council’s Board of Directors Thursday to discuss a range of pressing issues, from healthcare reform and homelessness to infrastructure investment and public safety.