Today’s News

Transportation News for June 16, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Deal on old Tenderloin post office a boost for affordable housing San Francisco Chronicle: California Budget: By the … [Read More...]

California Water & Drought News for June 16, 2016

Capital Public Radio: First Step In California Groundwater Law Stirs Debate News Deeply: Is Drought Causing a Health Crisis in … [Read More...]

Energy News for June 16, 2016

Morning Consult: Rider-Filled House Interior, EPA Bill Advances Over Democrats' Objections E&E: Why Won't Clinton Support a Carbon Tax? … [Read More...]

Our Work in Action

Letter to San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board on Proposed RMP Fees

Letter to San Francisco Regional Water … [Read More...]

BPC Letter to Bay Area Delegation on Long-Term Water Conservation and Management Strategy

The Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) … [Read More...]

BPC Letter in Support of H.R. 4615

The Bay Planning Coalition supports U.S. … [Read More...]

BPC Letter In Support of FASTLANE Grant Program

The Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) sent a … [Read More...]

BPC Letter in Support of Petition for Review: San Francisco Baykeeper v. CA State Lands Commission et al.

Bay Planning Coalition, in collaboration … [Read More...]

Featured Member

Featured Member: Port of Oakland

The Port of Oakland: Your Port. Your Partner. The Port of Oakland, founded in 1927, oversees the Oakland Seaport, Oakland International Airport, and nearly 20 miles of waterfront. The Port is an independent department within the City of Oakland governed by seven Port Commissioners appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council. Together with […]

WHO WE ARE

BPC is a leader in building coalitions and consensus on the issues facing the Bay-Delta region. We focus on producing positive results for our members through advocacy, monitoring and partnering with other associations who recognize the need for fair and reasonable regulation and sound, integrated planning. Sound planning for resource sustainability requires balancing the needs for economic vitality, job generation, environmental protection, housing, transportation, land use, conservation, water and air quality and recreational uses.