The City of Anaheim wishes to develop a network of green corridors within the Platinum Triangle that will provide non-motorized linkages from transit to the places where people live, work, shop, an
The city will develop a Master Plan for the Calimesa Creek Riverwalk, and a shared parking agreement strategy that can be replicated throughout the Calimesa Boulevard corr
The City of La Mirada has proposed the creation of a mixed use corridor to promote more intensive use by permitting a range of land uses at increased densities.
The project will develop a Sustainable Corridor Implementation Plan that will serve to coordinate transportation and design strategies for the stations along the Metro Orange Line BRT corridor.
This project will provide outreach resources to improve the outcomes of two related studies: the Jefferson Avenue Specific Plan within the City of Temecula and a corrid
The City of Upland is developing a sustainable economic development strategy for this recently fully incorporated area that will address job and industry creation awareness in the sub- regional mar
HUD’s Choice Neighborhoods program has announced availability of Planning Grants to support the development of comprehensive neighborhood...
EPA’s Office of Sustainable Communities is currently offering two technical assistance opportunities: Smart Growth Implementation Assistance and...
The Urban Land Institute/Los Angeles is accepting applications for Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs)Four TAPs will be selected to be...
ETAP is providing free technical assistance and incentives to local governments, agencies, and public institutions for energy-saving facility...
A one-day conference for anyone interested in sustainable development and economic recovery in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley.
Long Beach has a long-term goal of developing more mixed use and transit oriented neighborhoods in growing areas of the City.
This project resulted in pedestrian and bicycle access improvements surrounding Metro Rail and Freeway BRT stations in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.
The study delivered a "roadmap" for approvals and implementation steps required to create a truly compelling front door to the PARK 101 District and Downtown Los Angeles.
This report describes and rates the key principles for creating successful Sustainable Transit Communities (STCs) in the City of Los Angeles.
The City, along with CVAG and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, explored interim uses for a key parcel at the northernmost part of the adopted Section 19 Specific Plan.