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  • Los Angeles public workshop: Shaping draft guidelines for the Affordable Housing & Sustainable Communities Program

    10/27/2014

    The Strategic Growth Council (SGC) has announced its public workshop schedule for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program:
    The purpose of these workshops is to gather public input to inform the program’s draft guidelines.

    To submit written comment, send comments to ahsc@sgc.ca.gov before October 31, 2014. Proposed guidelines for adoption will be posted on December 1, 2014 before the December 11, 2014 SGC meeting, where the Council will vote on the guidelines’ adoption.

    Southern California Association of Governments
    818 West 7th Street, 12th Floor
    Los Angeles, CA 90017

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  • San Diego public workshop: Shaping draft guidelines for the Affordable Housing & Sustainable Communities Program

    10/27/2014

    The Strategic Growth Council (SGC) has announced its public workshop schedule for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program:
    The purpose of these workshops is to gather public input to inform the program’s draft guidelines.

    To submit written comment, send comments to ahsc@sgc.ca.gov before October 31, 2014. Proposed guidelines for adoption will be posted on December 1, 2014 before the December 11, 2014 SGC meeting, where the Council will vote on the guidelines’ adoption.

    A new site has been added in San Diego to join the live webcast of the workshop
    hosted in Los Angeles. Attendees of the San Diego location will have the ability to
    interact with workshop hosts. Click the link below to register and select the San Diego option under ticket information. Due to limited space, advanced registration is required.

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  • Equitable Transit Oriented Development Forum: Sacramento Region

    10/28/2014

    Explore opportunities around equitable Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in the greater Sacramento region. Engage in a cross-sector dialogue to help overcome challenges to implementing equitable TOD locally. Expand your knowledge of TOD tools and financing options to promote and facilitate TOD.

    California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD)
    2020 West El Camino Avenue
    Conference Room
    Sacramento, CA 95833

    FREE: No cost to attend, but advanced registration is required.

    Speakers will include:
    William Fleissig, President, Communitas Development
    Allison Joe, Deputy Director, Strategic Growth Council
    Heather Hood, Director of Programs- Northern California, Enterprise Community Partners
    Meea Kang, President, Domus Development
    Geoffrey Ross, Manager- Federal Programs, Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA)
    Lisa Bates, Deputy Director of Housing Policy Development, California Department of Housing and Community Development

    Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Urban Land Institute (ULI) Sacramento, in partnership with California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), Strategic Growth Council, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and County of Sacramento

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  • Sacramento public workshop: Shaping draft guidelines for the Affordable Housing & Sustainable Communities Program

    10/28/2014

    The Strategic Growth Council (SGC) has announced its public workshop schedule for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program:
    The purpose of these workshops is to gather public input to inform the program’s draft guidelines.

    To submit written comment, send comments to ahsc@sgc.ca.gov before October 31, 2014. Proposed guidelines for adoption will be posted on December 1, 2014 before the December 11, 2014 SGC meeting, where the Council will vote on the guidelines’ adoption.

    CalPERS Headquarters
    Lincoln Plaza North Auditorium
    400 Q Street
    Sacramento, CA 95811

    Register here

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  • Sacramento Happy Hour with ClimatePlan’s New Director

    10/28/2014

    RichardProfilePicClimatePlan would like to invite you to a happy hour introducing our new Director, Richard Raya. Enjoy good food, drinks, and an opportunity to meet Richard as well as other friends and colleagues!

    We hope you can join us!

    Please RSVP to Jackie Cole to let us know you’ll be attending.

    Sacramento: Ella Dining Room and Bar
    1131 K Street
    Sacramento, CA 95814

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  • CPEHN Fresno Convening: A Forecast for Equity: Climate Change and Health in California

    10/29/2014

    As California’s population grows, our most vulnerable communities will disproportionately bear the burden of increased environmental challenges.

    Join CPEHN (California Pan-Ethnic Health Network) to discuss the intersection of public health, environmental justice, and climate change. Presentations from Linda Rudolph, Co-Director of Public Health Institute’s Climate Change and Public Health Project, and local speakers will help us collectively develop strategies for addressing the challenges facing our state.

    Co-hosts: California Convergence, California Partnership, California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program

    Register and learn more here
    $25 registration fee

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  • Deadline: Applications Due for Caltrans’ Sustainable Transportation Planning Grants

    10/31/2014

    This new grant program from Caltrans is specifically targeted to sustainable transportation, to support its new mission: “provide a safe, sustainable, integrated, and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livablility.”

    The estimated budget for sustainable communities is $8.3 million.

    Applications are due by 5pm on October 31.

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tpp/grants.html

     

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  • CPEHN Los Angeles Convening: A Forecast for Equity: Climate Change and Health in California

    11/05/2014

    As California’s population grows, our most vulnerable communities will disproportionately bear the burden of increased environmental challenges.

    Join CPEHN (California Pan-Ethnic Health Network) to discuss the intersection of public health, environmental justice, and climate change. Presentations from Linda Rudolph, Co-Director of Public Health Institute’s Climate Change and Public Health Project, and local speakers will help us collectively develop strategies for addressing the challenges facing our state.

    Co-hosts: Asian and Pacific Islander Obesity Prevention Alliance, Black Women for Wellness, California Convergence, California Partnership, Occidental College Urban & Environmental Policy Institute, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Southeast Asian Community Alliance

    Register and learn more here
    $25 registration fee

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  • Oakland Happy Hour with ClimatePlan’s New Director

    11/05/2014

    RichardProfilePicClimatePlan would like to invite you to a happy hour introducing our new Director, Richard Raya. Enjoy good food, drinks, and an opportunity to meet Richard as well as other friends and colleagues!

    We hope you can join us!

    Please RSVP to Jackie Cole to let us know you’ll be attending.

    Oakland: Somar Bar & Lounge
    Somar Bar & Lounge
    1727 Telegraph Avenue
    Oakland, Ca 94612

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  • CPEHN San Diego Convening: A Forecast for Equity: Climate Change and Health in California

    11/06/2014

    As California’s population grows, our most vulnerable communities will disproportionately bear the burden of increased environmental challenges.

    Join CPEHN (California Pan-Ethnic Health Network) to discuss the intersection of public health, environmental justice, and climate change. Presentations from Linda Rudolph, Co-Director of Public Health Institute’s Climate Change and Public Health Project, and local speakers will help us collectively develop strategies for addressing the challenges facing our state.

    Co-hosts: California Convergence, California Partnership, Circulate San Diego, Foundation for Change, Interfaith Center for Worker Justice of San Diego County, San Diego Foundation

    Register and learn more here
    $25 registration fee

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