April 2024

ONE YEAR IN: The Outpost Tours the Site of the Giant Student Housing Project That Could House Nearly 1,000 Cal Poly Humboldt Students, Despite Slow Growth in Enrollment Numbers

March 2024

Eureka City Council Mulls Options for Jacobs Campus

Local Doctor Seeks to Convert Former Eureka Church Property Into Multi-Family Housing, Urgent Care Facility and Medical Spa

Housing Authority Looks to Upgrade Public Housing Facilities in Eureka

February 2024

Eureka Planning Commission OKs Four-Story Development Slated for Old Town

Developer of McKay Ranch Subdivision, a Proposed 320-Unit Housing Development in Cutten, Seeks Annexation from Humboldt Community Services District

‘I Will Not Stand For It’: Attorney General Bonta Decries ‘Cynical’ Lawsuits From Citizens for a Better Eureka

January 2024

Eureka Among Seven California Communities to Earn Coveted ‘Pro-Housing’ Designation

December 2023

New Four-Story Building Slated for Old Town Would Bring 13 Apartments and New Retail Space to Eureka

Humboldt Planning Commission OKs Draft Short-Term Rental Ordinance After Months of Deliberation

November 2023

Planning Commission Approves Contentious McKinleyville Housing Development Despite Neighborhood Concerns

Sunset Heights! It’ll be That New City Housing Development Up By Winco, and the City Would Like to Hear Your Thoughts About It

(PHOTOS/VIDEO) Houseless Cal Poly Students and Their Supporters Gather in the Rain to Protest Eviction of People Living in Their Vehicles on Campus

October 2023

Planning Commission Punts Short-Term Rental Discussion to Next Week; New Rules Slated for Approval in Mid-November

September 2023

A New Cap on Airbnbs? County Planning Commission Hears Public Feedback on Proposed Short-Term Rental Ordinance

August 2023

Eureka Council Requests Informational Report on ‘Housing for All’ Initiative to Clear Up Confusion for Voters, Discusses Guidelines for ADUs, and More

July 2023

A Residential and Commercial Development is Proposed for the Vacant Lot Next to Arcata’s Greenview Market, and at Least One Person is Not Very Happy About it

Wiyot Tribe Makes Its Case, Convinces Eureka Council to Reject Staff Pick and Award Affordable Housing Development Projects to Tribal Land Trust Agency

April 2023

Eureka City Council Approves Surplus Designation for Vacant Lots by the Boardwalk Despite Lawsuit Threats, Paving the Way for Affordable Housing and Mixed-Use Development Along the Waterfront

February 2023

In a Surprise Move, Cal Poly Humboldt Tells Returning Students They Will be Ineligible for On-Campus Housing Next Semester

Multiple Tenants of Westwood Garden Apartments Evicted Following Approval of Big Expansion Project

January 2023

Cal Poly to Break Ground on Craftsman Mall Project Next Month, University Announces; Housing Facility Will Have Room for Almost a Thousand Students

November 2022

Wiyot Tribe Gets $14 Million in State Grants to Build Center for Homeless Youth in Eureka

September 2022

Security National Announces Plans for a Community Housing Project Near Indianola Cutoff

Who Will Get the Former Jacobs Campus? Bidders for Blighted Site in Highland Park Are the City of Eureka and the California Highway Patrol, With a Decision Coming Soon

March 2022

MEET ARTICLE 34: How Eureka’s Old Fight Against Subsidized Apartments Led to One of the Nation’s Strongest Anti-Affordable Housing Laws, and What Legislators are Doing to Repeal It

February 2022

TONIGHT in EUREKA CITY COUNCIL: City Looks to Free Up a Bunch of Properties to Develop More Housing, Including Two Parking Lots Behind Lost Coast Brewery That Will Be Converted Into ‘EaRTH Center’

January 2022

Confused About Arcata’s Gateway Area Plan? There are Still Opportunities to Learn More and Provide Feedback About How You Want the City to Create More Housing

Turns Out They Need More Money to Convert Those Valley West Hotels into Homeless Housing, So the Arcata City Council Will Meet Tomorrow to Up the Grant Application

ARCATA’S GATEWAY PLAN: Planners Propose Converting K and L to One-Way Streets; Transportation and Safety Committee Will Review Plan This Evening

Arcata City Council Approves Safe Parking Program to Shelter Homeless, Moves Forward with Valley West Hotel Housing Projects

Eureka City Council Approves Land Swap With Pierson Company, Will Develop Housing Near Winco Instead of on Three Downtown Parking Lots

December 2021

Arcata City Council Approves Plan to Convert Valley West Hotels to Homeless Housing, Reviews ‘Gateway Area Plan’ to Create High-Density Housing in Town

Arcata City Council to Consider Converting Two Valley West Hotels into Homeless Housing; Planning Commission Hesitant About the Project

ARCATA’S GATEWAY PLAN: City Releases Draft Plan For Developing Housing in the 138-Acre ‘Gateway Area’ of Town, and Wants Your Input

November 2021

Arcata House Partnership and Danco Seek to Convert Two Valley West Hotels Into Homeless Housing Developments

Humboldt County’s Housing Market is Still White-Hot, Ranking No. 1 in the Western U.S. for October

August 2021

Would You Be Willing to Share Your Experience of Trying to Find Housing in Humboldt? Here’s a Survey For You to Do That!

June 2021

(UPDATE) Arcata Offers Walking Tour of ‘The Gateway District,’ Potentially a New Locus of Housing Development

Arkley Threatens Lawsuits, Referendum, Recall Drive Over City of Eureka’s Plans to Convert Parking Lots to Housing

May 2021

Check Out the Neo-Victorian Designs for Those Eureka Parking Lot Housing Developments; Council Will Discuss Project Funding Tonight

The City of Eureka is Gearing Up to Turn Three More Parking Lots into Affordable Housing Developments, Including the Two Lots at City Hall

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