Green spaces are a core part of Vista’s identity. So, when large,
mature trees started dying, the city sprang into action. Today,
the trees are thriving, thanks to a holistic approach to urban
forestry and smart irrigation controllers from Calsense.
Benicia’s pension obligations are projected to reach 28% of its
general fund revenues by 2031. To create better policy responses,
officials are using financial forecasting software to simplify
information and provide real-time projections.
California Water Service takes a holistic and preemptive approach
to water sustainability, safety, infrastructure, and equity to
ensure their customers have access to water that is safe,
clean, reliable, and affordable.
From planning and design to permitting, and construction,
Southern California Edison has helped its customers install
thousands of charging stations for passenger vehicles and
hundreds more for heavy-duty vehicles like buses and trucks
through its Charge Ready programs.
With age taking its toll on existing vehicle fleets, many local
government agencies are learning how to not only improve the
lifecycle of their vehicles but reduce their total cost of
ownership with no impact on their current budget.
Municipal budgets in California are experiencing significant new
stressors. As cities and counties work to provide equitable
access to public programs, address the growing homelessness
crisis, and deal with the many other challenges facing their
communities, public agencies are again forced to spread limited
budget dollars across more programs.
California city officials may want to take a close look at their
2021 travel and holiday plans. In addition to personal check
lists — COVID-19 vaccinations and tests, pet sitters, and
passport renewals — you’ll need to reserve plenty of time this
fall and winter for the monumental redistricting effort which
will be required to align voting districts with 2020 Census