Programs that introduce our young people to local government and career opportunities in public service can provide a variety of benefits.
Cities are working to improve walking, bicycling and transit options. The “All Ages and Abilities” approach uses bikeways that are physically separated from highspeed and high-traffic roadways.
This partnership provides long-term housing and services to chronically homeless individuals.
The community and city collaborated to build a much-needed park.
Fixing annexations would restore previous incentives that support state policies advocating for compact growth and the related benefits of consolidating services for an increasing population.
Over 2 million households in California are at high or extreme risk from wildfires, and cities statewide will have to step up their efforts in hazard mitigation, emergency planning and resilience.