Today’s News

California Water and Drought News for April 29, 2016

Capitail Public Radio: Spring Storms Help Snowpack As California Drought Persists Sonoma Index-Tribune: California water board may issue revised … [Read More...]

Transportation News for April 29, 2016

San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area transportation gridlock here to stay, most residents say  East Bay Times: Bay Area traffic ignites backlash … [Read More...]

New projections intensify the Bay Area’s sea level rise risk and timeline

Sea level rise is a hot topic in the San Francisco Bay Area these days, with more organizations and cities, including San Francisco, making efforts to … [Read More...]

Our Work in Action

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

The Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) submitted a formal letter to all Assembly and Senate members of the Bay Area to request advocacy for a more sustainable approach to water conservation that complements the critical plans for and local investments in water supply reliability actions needed to meet California’s 21st century water needs. In regards to the State […]

Featured Member

Featured Member: Moffatt & Nichol

San Francisco, California, <April 27, 2016> – A crimson bridge, a sparkling bay and quaint waterfront towns – California-based Moffatt & Nichol has touched nearly every part of the San Francisco Bay since 1947 when the firm was asked to help expand the City of San Francisco’s eastern waterfront at Mission Rock. Fast forward to […]


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.