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The city of Riverside builds affordable housing while breaking down barriers to mental health access
Dec 1, 2021Cities throughout California are looking for ways to increase the state’s supply of affordable housing, often working around a myriad of changing regulations, geographic challenges, and recently, material and labor shortages.
The City Managers Conference is now open for registration through Jan. 21
Dec 1, 2021The League of California Cities has returned to partial, in-person programming. Scheduled for February 2-4 in Monterey, the City Managers Conference provides city managers and assistant city managers with essential information to help them better run their cities.
Guide to Local Recovery: December 1
Dec 1, 2021Just before Thanksgiving, the Internal Revenue Service issued additional guidance about the taxable status of payments to employers and employees made from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, which was established under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).