Save the Date: 2016 Outlook Conference on May 17

2015 Bay Area Council Poll

Bay Area residents rank top issues, concerns for the region.

Promoting Early Childhood Development

Bay Area Council forges new national partnership, unveils exciting messaging campaign.

Tackling the Region's Toughest Challenges

Housing, traffic, water and workforce top Council's 2016 policy agenda

Charting a Course for Regional Economic Resilience

A strategy for maintaining the Bay Area's place as a global economic powerhouse.

  • 2016 OUTLOOK CONFERENCE: BIGGER. BETTER. BOLDER., May 17, 12-5pm, Park Central San Francisco
  • 2016 SACRAMENTO DAY, May 2, State Capitol Building, Sacramento
  • MIND THE GAP: HOW TO LEAD ON EQUAL PAY, April 29, 9:00am - 12:00pm, Gap Inc., San Francisco
  • 7th CLEAN ENERGY MINISTERIAL, June 1-2, The Westin St. Francis, San Francisco

Blog

hetch-hetchy-resevoir

2016-05-02 02:05:02

COUNCIL CHEERS COURT RULING STAMPING OUT HETCH HETCHY THREAT

A misguided lawsuit seeking to dismantle one of the Bay Area’s most important water storage and clean energy supplies was dismissed Thursday in a court ruling that brought cheers from the Bay Area Council, which for years has fought back numerous attempts by the group behind the legal action to tear down Hetch Hetchy Reservoir.

housinggraf[1]

2016-05-02 02:05:05

2016 BAY AREA COUNCIL POLL: HOUSING, TRAFFIC ISSUES DOMINATE

Results from the 2016 Bay Area Council Poll began rolling out this week with some disconcerting views from residents around the region about how to address the Bay Area housing shortage and growing traffic.

felipe calderon

2016-04-22 03:04:10

Key Housing, Water Data Bills Move Forward

Two bills the Bay Area Council is sponsoring to remove barriers to an untapped source of affordable housing and improve how California uses data to better manage water cleared a first round of Legislative committees this week (April 21).

cem

2016-04-22 03:04:33

World’s Top Energy Ministers Converge on Bay Area

As world leaders gather in New York today (April 22) to sign the Paris climate change accord, the Bay Area Council is preparing for the next move in implementing the agreement.