Community Groups Take Stand Against Redwood City Salt Ponds DevelopmentA renewed fight over the future of the Redwood City salt ponds as community groups push back over a developer's plans to build thousands of waterfront homes with help from the Trump administration.
Pleasanton Considers Allowing Taller Buildings Near Main StreetThe City of Pleasanton could soon open the door to new housing developments in the downtown area.
Developer Eyes Alameda Shoreline For Ambitious Housing PlanA developer has an ambitious plan to add up to 1200 housing units to the Alameda shoreline.
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.
Urban Garden In San Jose May Get Bulldozed For New DevelopmentA local San Jose community garden that has weathered storms and drought is facing it’s most dire threat yet: demolition and development.
Opponents Of Plan For Vallejo Cement Plant Celebrate News Of Its DemiseVallejo Marine Terminal (VMT) informed the city it will no longer seek permission to build a cement plant at the old General Mills site in South Vallejo. Opponents of the plant celebrated the news.
New South Bay BART Station Transforms Neighborhood In San JoseA new city-within-a-city is springing up in San Jose and a new BART station is the big reason why.
City Wants More Retail Space In Plan To Turn Old San Jose Hospital Into Urban VillageSanta Clara County unveiled plans for a new urban village on the site of the old San Jose Medical Center in downtown San Jose. There's friction with the city over how much retail to put in the mix.
Santa Clara Announces Plans For Massive Development Where Popular Golf Course SitsSanta Clara has announced plans for a new development in the heart of Silicon Valley where a popular golf course sits.
Sonoma County Couple Ordered To Pay Nearly $600K For Uprooting 180-Year-Old Oak Tree On Protected PropertyA California judge has ordered a couple to pay nearly $600,000 for uprooting a 180-year-old oak tree and causing other damage to a protected property.
Bay Area May Day Rallies Draw Hundreds Of Union Workers, SupportersHundreds of union workers, social justice advocates and their supporters rallied and marched through Bay Area streets on Wednesday to observe International Workers’ Day.
Santa Rosa Residents Get Chance To Give Feedback On Downtown Development PlanSanta Rosa residents will have two opportunities to provide feedback on plans for development in the downtown area, starting with a meeting Wednesday evening.
Tahoe Developments Raise Concerns Over Wildfire RisksLocal officials have approved Tahoe-area development plans over the objections of environmental groups and hundreds of residents who say wildfire evacuation plans and routes are inadequate.
BART Unveils Plans For Oakland Multi-Use ComplexBay Area Rapid Transit officials have unveiled plans for a massive redevelopment project that it hopes will revitalize Oakland's Chinatown neighborhood.
Small Radioactive Object Discovered At Controversial Hunters Point DevelopmentThe discovery of a small radioactive naval deck marker in the soil at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard has further inflamed debate over the safety of the redevelopment project.