Collaborating with cities, counties and stakeholders to drive reach code development and adoption for long-term climate and energy efficiency benefits.
West Hollywood, a small city of less than 40,000 residents surrounded by Los Angeles neighborhoods and the city of Beverly Hills, features a very dense, compact urban form with small lots, mixed land use, and a walkable street grid, uncommon in California.
Controlled Environment Horticulture
The interactive map displays where, when, and how other cities in California have adopted reach codes.
Explore options for different types of reach codes
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