Action Center

Action Center

Welcome to the Action Center, where you can advocate for not only your community, but for California cities statewide.

The League of California Cities is its strongest when joined by the voices of members and coalition partners. The League's legislative and regional public affairs teams are here to work hand-in-hand with members to protect local control and stand up for city interests.
 
Should you have any questions about the materials here, or if you would like to become more involved, please contact your Regional Public Affairs Manager.
 
We appreciate your support!
 
To use this action center, simply select the bill or issue that you are interested in, and a sample letter, and other information will be ready for you to customize. You may select your legislators by zip code or using the drop down menu. Please note that due to redistricting there may be some discrepancies when searching for Senators by zip code.

Current Actions Items

support League Supports

SB 1 (Beall) Transportation Funding

SB 1 represents a comprehensive transportation proposal inclusive of sensible reforms, modest increases to existing revenue sources, and robust infrastructure investment. 
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AB 1 (Frazier) Transportation Funding

AB 1 represents a comprehensive transportation proposal inclusive of sensible reforms, modest increases to existing revenue sources, and robust infrastructure investment. 
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support League Supports

SB 3 (Beall) – Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018

Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018 authorizes a $3 billion general obligation bond to fund affordable housing programs and infill infrastructure projects.
Take Action!


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SB 2 (Atkins) Building Homes and Jobs Act

SB 2 would generate hundreds of millions of dollars per year for affordable rental or ownership housing, supportive housing, emergency shelters, transitional housing and other housing needs via a $75 recordation fee on specified real estate documents.
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oppose League Opposes

SB 35 (Wiener) Affordable Housing: Streamlined Approval Process

SB 35 would pre-empt local discretionary land use authority by making approvals of multifamily developments and accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that meet inadequate criteria, “ministerial” actions.
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support League Supports

SB 540 (Roth) Workforce Housing Opportunity Zone (WHOZ)

SB 540 (Roth), which would streamline the housing approval process by having cities identify Workforce Housing Opportunity Zones and complete up-front planning focused on workforce and affordable housing in areas close to jobs, transit, and that conform to California’s greenhouse gas reduct...
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oppose League Opposes

SB 649 (Hueso) Wireless and Small Cell Telecommunications Facilities

This proposal unnecessarily and unconstitutionally strips local authority over public property and shuts out public input and local discretion by eliminating consideration of the aesthetic and environmental impacts of “small cells.”
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support League Supports

AB 1326 (Cooper) Theft. Aggregate Valuation

AB 1326  will address increased incidents of both individual shoplifting and organized retail theft operations responsible for the loss of millions of dollars in retail merchandise statewide, which entail a corresponding hit to local sales tax revenues
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