by Mckenzie Locke on Dec 13, 2022
Sen. Scott Wiener and coauthors have introduced Senate Bill 4, which would allow nonprofit colleges and faith organizations to build more housing.
by Mckenzie Locke on Dec 6, 2022
Plans for Salton Sea restoration projects will move forward after the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) voted to enter an agreement with federal and state officials.
by Mckenzie Locke on Nov 29, 2022
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has established the Office of Environmental Justice and Climate Health.
by Mckenzie Locke on Nov 22, 2022
The California Air Resources Board released its plan for achieving carbon neutrality by 2045.
by Mckenzie Locke on Nov 15, 2022
A large development proposed at Tahoe's Olympic Valley, adjacent to Palisades Tahoe ski area, will not move forward.
by Mckenzie Locke on Nov 8, 2022
Facing as many as 4,000 new units, the City of Santa Monica plans to fight the “Builder’s Remedy” in court.
by Mckenzie Locke on Nov 1, 2022
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has awarded $35.3 million to two-London based companies, Foster + Partners and Arup, to plan station areas.
by Mckenzie Locke on Oct 25, 2022
Responding to advocacy from the logistics industry, the Fresno City Council approved two proposals to rezone areas of southwest Fresno.
by Mckenzie Locke on Oct 18, 2022
Attorney General Rob Bonta released a guidance document for ensuring that projects in high wildfire risk areas adhere to CEQA requirements.
by CP&DR Staff on Oct 11, 2022
The California APA presented 30 awards in 16 categories on October 3.
by Mckenzie Locke on Oct 11, 2022
San Diego County and the City of San Diego approved a plan to add 10,000 affordable units to the housing stock by 2030.
by Mckenzie Locke on Oct 4, 2022
The San Diego City Council approved reforms intended to improve diversity and organization within 42 neighborhood planning groups.
by Mckenzie Locke on Sep 27, 2022
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 2097, which significantly restricts cities' ability to impose parking minimums on new developments.
by Mckenzie Locke on Sep 20, 2022
The winning plan to redevelop the San Diego Sports arena site includes bringing over 4,000 housing units, 20 acres of open space, and a new arena to the Midway district.