The North Torrance Neighborhood Association with the support of the South Bay Association of Realtors®, the City of Torrance – Public Works Department, Sunflower Farm Nursery and other community partners have worked to create a green community gathering space between 180th and Yukon Avenue.
Congressional leaders released a long-awaited framework Thursday for President Joe Biden’s signature Build Back Better plan, proposing a top-line price tag and an outline of new social programs.
Each city and county in California is required to have a Housing Element and update it at least every eight years. Updating the Housing Element gives the City a clear picture of housing-related issues such as: housing supply and demand, the types of housing available within the City, housing affordability, and homelessness. Once the Housing Element is updated, it must be approved by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). Updating the Housing Element will ensure that the City meets State requirements and makes it eligible for State grants and other funding resources. It will also provide the community with clear guidance on housing issues facing the city.