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2017 Legislative Session Makes Many Changes to California Housing Law

2017 Legislative Session Makes Many Changes to California Housing Law

Fifteen bills made it into the “Housing Package” that Gov. Jerry Brown signed, which includes the League’s “Blueprint for More Housing” legislation.

December 2017
It’s Time to Restore Opportunities for City Incorporation: The Roots of American Democracy

It’s Time to Restore Opportunities for City Incorporation: The Roots of American Democracy

Obstacles to city incorporation should be removed to give communities the same option for self-government that existing cities had.

November 2017
CEQA: New Strategies for Streamlining Environmental Review

CEQA: New Strategies for Streamlining Environmental Review

Several options have the potential to significantly reduce the time and cost associated with environmental review.

September 2017
Celebrating Our Accomplishments — and Protecting Local Control

Celebrating Our Accomplishments — and Protecting Local Control

We have achieved important victories on behalf of cities this year on our strategic goals and in other areas.

September 2017
State Launches Initiatives to Maximize Housing Resources With New ADU Financing and Other Tools

State Launches Initiatives to Maximize Housing Resources With New ADU Financing and Other Tools

Partnerships between state agencies and cities maximize resources and move us closer to resolving California’s affordable housing challenges.

September 2017
Will Driverless Vehicles Create a Better Future?

Will Driverless Vehicles Create a Better Future?

The coming revolutions in electric, shared and automated vehicles present many potential scenarios.

September 2017
Planning for Self-Driving Cars

Planning for Self-Driving Cars

Public officials need to act quickly to enact policies and plans.

August 2017
The HEAL Cities Campaign Helps Build Complete Parks Systems

The HEAL Cities Campaign Helps Build Complete Parks Systems

Complete parks systems foster accessible, well-utilized and well-funded parks that contribute to community and economic health.

April 2017
Funds Coming to Help Chronically Homeless Californians With Mental Illness — Partner Now With Counties to Prepare Programming

Funds Coming to Help Chronically Homeless Californians With Mental Illness — Partner Now With Counties to Prepare Programming

Although the No Place Like Home program funds will not be available until 2018, the California Department of Housing and Community Development has released the Notice of Funding Availability for $6.2 million in grants for technical assistance. These funds will help counties — and the cities and developers they partner with — start developing their programming.

March 2017
Fairfield Reverses Crime and Neglect in Parkway Gardens

Fairfield Reverses Crime and Neglect in Parkway Gardens

The city took legal action to help property owners effect change and address the shootings, illegal drug sales, traffic and other problems that plagued the complex.

March 2017
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