Over 100 opportunity funds with more than $23 billion are searching for investment-worthy projects of all types.
Resources are available for those with the determination to understand and use the new tools and funding options.
City leaders are pursuing new and innovative ways to enhance their community’s economic well-being.
A public-private partnership and the community mobilized in response to rapidly increasing homelessness.
The program helps tenants, landlords and neighbors.
Communicating with residents was key to developing solutions.
The city financed a transitional residence for its homeless population.
The Legislature remains focused on housing policy, with keen interest in local government land-use authority and new state involvement in helping to finance affordable housing and related infrastructure.
Accessory dwelling units, also known as granny flats, provide a lower-cost option than traditional market-rate construction to increase the housing supply in existing residential neighborhoods.
State legislatures nationwide have become more aggressive in wielding pre-emption to interfere with local democracy. Pre-emption is also alive and well at the federal level.
Residents and local communities have numerous concerns related to the telecom industry’s efforts to preempt local control.
During the past decade, California has experienced a surge in the volume of public trust cases and recent court decisions.
This project solved a major problem, and now people are encouraged to choose alternative forms of transportation.
Using sports for community development initiatives holds promise for cities.
An innovative approach simplifies online publishing.
Lessons from one of the worst fire years in California history.
Key facts and trends city officials need to understand.
Extreme heat events now affect communities statewide and present resiliency planning challenges.
Partnerships can help local communities attract investments that advance sustainability and boost local economies.
The program helps local agencies reach aggressive state climate goals.