All across California, there are projects in need of investment in the areas of affordable housing, community-scale energy and water, transit-oriented development, start-up businesses, workforce and agriculture, among many others.
The State of California and local California communities are already investing in Opportunity Zones now to implement a low-carbon and environmental justice agenda.
For example, the state annually makes over $1 billion in local grants using revenues from the state’s landmark Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
Learn more about co-investment opportunities in California OZs using our toolkit.
In the coming weeks and months, the state will be highlighting different aspects of the California Project Pipeline through this web site as well as at events around the state (View Community OZ calendar).