Save The Bay envisions a clean, healthy, and resilient San Francisco Bay for generations to come. For everyone to thrive in a time of rapid climate change, the Bay Area needs to build more affordable housing, invest in bicycle, pedestrian and public transit infrastructure, restore our shorelines, and provide universal access to open space and nature.
This fall, vote to move these strategies forward through ballot measures that are good for our Bay and good for our climate.
Save The Bay Action Fund takes bold steps to make the Bay Area more resilient, sustainable, and equitable.
In 2016, we led the effort to pass a first-of-its-kind parcel tax approved by Bay Area voters, that will raise $500 million over 20 years to fund critical Bay wetland restoration and flood protection projects.
Since then, we have supported initiatives that enable local and regional agencies to repair infrastructure, improve public transit, build affordable housing, and reduce pollution in the Bay.
Faced with a rapidly changing climate, we remain committed to advancing real solutions at the federal, state, and local levels.