Join us September 22nd at Manny’s in San Francisco as we reconnect in person to honor our most innovative plans and projects, distinguished APA members, and lay contributors.
Five Northern Section cities and consultants will claim statewide awards at the APA California conference, October 1-4. Read more to see who they are.
During the noon hour on Sept. 9, earn required CM credits while getting an overview of new components in General Plan law relating to sustainability and resilience.
San Diego’s Complete Communities Housing Solutions — “opt-in” regulations that aim to increase affordable and market-rate housing in transit priority areas — are a model for other jurisdictions. Presented by APA California and the San Diego Section.
Northern Section honors and congratulates 18 planners who passed the May 2022 AICP exam! Read more to see who they are.
On August 17, 2022, OPR released an updated Fire Hazard Planning Technical Advisory and an August 2022 Wildland-Urban Interface Planning Guide to help communities address wildfire risk and build community resilience.
By Rebecca Garcia, July 2022. The average household size in Morgan Hill is three people in one house, and more than 66 percent of these families are considered low income.
From MTC News & Media, August 5, 2022. Eden Housing needed a grant of at least $5,000 to secure a tax exemption and permanent affordability for a deed-restricted affordable housing conversion.
PD&R Edge, July 25, 2022. Investments in green infrastructure can provide environmental, health, and economic benefits to communities. California’s Transformative Climate Communities Program helps ensure that green infrastructure does not lead to displacement of low-income residents.
By Nio Howa, August 15, 2022. Over the course of nine weeks, the interns met virtually at least twice a week and once a week for tours and outings on the topics they studied.