News & Insights

26 Mar
Contra Costa County LAFCO Approves EPS-Authored Municipal Services Review
Ashleigh Kanat

EPS Managing Principal Jason Moody presented on the post-pandemic prospects for Bay Area Downtowns at that Bay Area Planning Directors Fall meeting held at the Bay Area Metro Center on November 18...Read More

Dec 9
Contra Costa County LAFCO Approves EPS-Authored Municipal Services Review
Ashleigh Kanat

On November 9, 2022, the Contra Costa County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) approved the 2nd Round Municipal Services Review (MSR) and Sphere of Influence (SOI) update for the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District (RCD) and the Mosquito & Vector Control District (MVCD).

26 Mar
EPS Presents Post-Pandemic Prospects For Bay Area Downtowns
Jason Moody

EPS Managing Principal Jason Moody presented on the post-pandemic prospects for Bay Area Downtowns at that Bay Area Planning Directors Fall meeting held at the Bay Area Metro Center on November 18...Read More

Nov 28
EPS Presents Post-Pandemic Prospects For Bay Area Downtowns
Jason Moody

EPS Managing Principal Jason Moody presented on the post-pandemic prospects for downtowns at the Bay Area Planning Directors fall meeting in November 2022. Mr. Moody’s presentation described how the pandemic has disproportionately affected commercial activity In downtowns, Including retail/dining spaces, offices, hospitality, and entertainment sectors.

26 Mar
San Bruno Adopts Bayhill Area Development Impact Fee Based On EPS Nexus Study
Jason Moody

EPS Managing Principal Jason Moody presented on the post-pandemic prospects for Bay Area Downtowns at that Bay Area Planning Directors Fall meeting held at the Bay Area Metro Center on November 18...Read More

Nov 15
San Bruno Adopts Bayhill Area Development Impact Fee Based On EPS Nexus Study
Jason Moody

The San Bruno City Council unanimously approved a Bayhill Area Development Impact Fee on November 8th, 2022 a financing tool that will help pay for new infrastructure needed to support buildout of the business park and the expansion of Youtube’s headquarters. The fee program is based on a Nexus Study authored by EPS and covers over $13 million in transportation and water delivery infrastructure. The fee will apply to new office, retail, hotel and residential development.

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