East Bay Firefighters Call on Oakley to Pause New Development, Pay More for ServiceThe East Contra Costa fire district sent a letter to the Oakley city council telling them to stop approving new residential and commercial projects until they pay up and increase impact fees charged on developers.
Santa Clara County Outlines Ambitious Plan to End HomelessnessThe largest county in the Bay Area unveiled its boldest and most aggressive plan to end homelessness following success in reaching its 2015 goal to shelter the vulnerable population.
Residents, Developers Spar Over West Side San Francisco Housing ProjectsThe Sunset and Richmond districts on the west side of San Francisco have become the new frontier for housing developers.
Bay Area Rental Prices Dropping As Exodus From Region ContinuesThe decrease in Bay Area rental prices has been significant this year, especially in the most expensive cities. Some median prices have even dropped by double-digit percentages.
San Francisco Church Properties Offered To Help Alleviate Housing CrisisOn hundreds of San Francisco streets, epic edifices are showing their age. Inside, Sunday gatherings are growing smaller while outside, the numbers of people seeking shelter are growing larger.
Experts Say Solutions to Homelessness Known, Require CommitmentIn the Bay Area, people often look for ways to help the homeless. An important first step is talking about solutions.
Bay Area Supercommuters Drive Stockton Rent Increases to 2nd-Highest in NationThe cost of housing is going up almost everywhere in California but people in Stockton are being hit hard as a dwindling supply meets a burgeoning demand from so-called "super-commuters" working in the Bay Area.
Effects Of Housing Crisis, Homelessness Permeate State Of Living In The Bay AreaThe housing crisis has crept its way into every corner of life in California.
Tiny-Home Developments in San Jose Offer Alternative to HomelessnessSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community.
Housing, Guns, Vaccines, Worker Rights Bills Await Legislature in Final MonthCalifornia lawmakers returning to work Monday still have lots to do before they adjourn for the year on Sept. 13.
Vallejo Draws Would-Be Homeowners Looking for Affordable Bay Area HousingVallejo is one of the few places in the Bay Area where a buyer can shell out less than a half million dollars to own a home.
Bay Area Home Sales Suffer June SwoonBay Area home sales in June were the lowest for that month in 11 years, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.
Deal To Give Seniors At San Jose Mobile Home Park Condos In New DevelopmentResidents of the Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park are celebrating the first of its kind deal that will allow them to stay in their neighborhood and upgrade to new luxury condos when they get built.
Bay Area Commission Explores Limiting Office Space In Cities Which Lack HousingThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission is thinking about ways to reduce the traffic and housing crunch in its Plan Bay Area 2050.
Santa Cruz Housing Affordability For Teachers Called Worst In NationThe city of Santa Cruz has earned a dubious new distinction: it is now the least affordable city in America for teachers.