A landmark housing and commercial development project in Seaside got the thumbs up from the entire City Council last week. It is being called a victory for social justice advocates.
The land of impossibilities.
A shuttered hospital in Westlake is being eyed for homeless housing and assistance.
The loss of more than 400 redevelopment agencies across California dealt a massive blow to cities and counties in 2012.
The Port of Oakland is already pouring cold water on the idea.
How many cities and counties are on track to meet state-mandated housing permit goals?
San Jose and more than 100 other charter cities must offer any surplus public land to affordable housing developers before it can be sold, an appeals court has ruled.
The Stockton City Council has passed a rent control ordinance that will cap rent increases and place an immediate halt on no-cause evictions in the city.
The vote marks a major shift in the way SoCal cities plan for growth — a shift away from the region’s inland communities towards the coastal areas.
A new poll shows a majority of Californians have been impacted by wildfires and now favor restricting development in fire-prone areas.