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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
Transportation Funding Will Begin Flowing Soon

Transportation Funding Will Begin Flowing Soon

Cities should note key deadlines and prepare now.

August 2017
Getting the Most Value From Your City’s Technology Investment

Getting the Most Value From Your City’s Technology Investment

Technology increasingly serves as the backbone for providing local services.

August 2017
California Cities Create Carbon Funds to Support Climate Action

California Cities Create Carbon Funds to Support Climate Action

Many local agencies are developing internal funding sources to implement energy and climate action activities.

July 2017
Local Streets and Roads Awards Highlight Best Practices

Local Streets and Roads Awards Highlight Best Practices

The awards program recognizes local government projects that reduce waste and costs and promote sustainability.

July 2017
Claremont Crisis Intervention and Outreach Saves Trees

Claremont Crisis Intervention and Outreach Saves Trees

Concerned residents volunteered to implement a program to mitigate the drought’s impact.

July 2017
Fight Blight in Your City With Brownfields Tools

Fight Blight in Your City With Brownfields Tools

An underused set of funding resources offers tools that cities can use for virtually any site.

May 2017
How Volunteerism Enriches Communities

How Volunteerism Enriches Communities

The small-town feeling of community that many of us experienced as youngsters has become more elusive. Volunteering gives us a sense of connectedness and offers multiple benefits.

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
Finding Solutions to the Affordable Housing Shortage

Finding Solutions to the Affordable Housing Shortage

Significant barriers and disincentives constrain the production of housing. These include local and national economic and job market conditions, challenges for developers and a lack of funding and subsidies needed to support housing that low- and moderate-income families can afford.

March 2017
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