A first-of-its-kind credit program is helping to fund the
redevelopment of a former soup factory in south
Due to human influence, three primary ingredients of wilderness fires are on the rise: the accumulation of biofuels in the forest, rising heat of the planet as a whole, and an ineffective political system of fire management.
Cities such as Roseville, Folsom, Rancho Cordova and Elk Grove have become self-contained places where people barely have to leave city limits for housing, work, shopping and entertainment.
At Bank of Marin, building strong relationships and giving back are how we have helped Bay Area communities thrive for more than 30 years. In partnership with the experienced professionals at American River Bank, we are working to build upon long-standing relationships within the Greater Sacramento Region.
Elk Grove’s Old Town Plaza, a community gathering area built on the site of a historic train depot, opened to the public July 21 after 13 months of construction.
Architects are teaming with local jurisdictions to include accessory dwelling units and tiny houses in the affordable housing conversation.
The newly opened Saint John’s Square, a project associated with Saint John’s Program for Real Change, provides housing to 55 women and children.
For the second time, a fire station in downtown Roseville has lost its chance to become a university campus.
State-funding efforts to shelter unhoused residents in converted motels could be a game-changer for Motel Drive, an area of Fresno that city leaders say has long been overrun by drugs, human trafficking, and prostitution.
The Sacramento Kings’ former arena site in Natomas is slated for new life.