Workforce Housing

Taking action to address California’s growing housing crisis

Bay Area Council Poll

Bay Area residents rank housing crisis as top issue, say traffic should be declared emergency. Economic confidence slipping.

Annual Dinner & Business Hall of Fame Awards

Join us for our signature celebration on the region's top business and civic leadership

Commute Improvement

Doubling down to keep the Bay Area economy moving

Workforce of the Future

Working to meet the Bay Area’s awesome talent needs



    2018-08-10 01:08:56

    A Bay Area-Europe Collaboration on Cybersecurity Education

    EIT Digital and Bay Area Council member UC Berkeley have joined forces to launch Cybersecurity 360, the first professional education program of its kind, which will take place this October in Berkeley and in Munich, Germany.

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    2018-08-10 01:08:09

    Council Urges Stronger Police Response to BART Crime

    Despite a spasm of violent and deadly attacks on BART, wavering confidence in the system and a depleted police force, the mass transportation agency’s Board of Directors on Thursday (Aug. 9) rejected key elements of a plan presented by BART General Manager Grace Crunican to bolster public safety and security.


    2018-08-10 01:08:25

    As Housing Crisis Grows, Council Convenes Top Leaders to Identify Solutions

    The Bay Area Council Housing Committee on Wednesday (Aug. 8) convened a powerhouse group of elected, labor, government and industry leaders at our offices near the state capitol to explore ways for partnering to move the needle on housing affordability.


    2018-08-10 01:08:03

    Sen. Feinstein Leads Landmark Shoreline Restoration Project Launch

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein led a group of local, state and federal officials in a ceremony Friday in San Jose’s Alviso neighborhood launching the South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project—a massive $177 million effort to build four miles of new levees and restore 3,000 acres of wetlands near San Jose.