Monterey County

9 Census Blocks in Monterey County were included in the 879 tracts nominated by Governor Brown for inclusion as Federal Opportunity Zones (8 in North County/Peninsula and 1 in South County). Track #14102 on the south/southeast edge of the City of Marina (northern edge of the former Fort Ord) is among them. Downtown Seaside has 2 large tracts, and the City of Salinas has 5.
9 Census Blocks in Monterey County were included in the 879 tracts nominated by Governor Brown for inclusion as Federal Opportunity Zones (8 in North County/Peninsula and 1 in South County). Track #14102 on the south/southeast edge of the City of Marina (northern edge of the former Fort Ord) is among them. Downtown Seaside has 2 large tracts, and the City of Salinas has 5.
02 May 2018

Opportunity Zones

9 Census Blocks in Monterey County were included in the 879 tracts nominated by Governor Brown for inclusion as Federal…

Affordable housing on the former Fort Ord has long been a subject of interest to public policy makers and the Monterey Bay community. Federal, State, FORA Board, and local land use jurisdiction policies have all been part of the policy solutions since base closure.
Affordable housing on the former Fort Ord has long been a subject of interest to public policy makers and the Monterey Bay community. Federal, State, FORA Board, and local land use jurisdiction policies have all been part of the policy solutions since base closure.
03 Apr 2018

Former Fort Ord Reuse Affordable Housing Policy History

Affordable housing on the former Fort Ord has long been a subject of interest to public policy makers and the…

The Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) is pleased to be working with the City of Marina and a host of public and private sector partners to pursue Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) designation as one of 10 Unmanned Aerial System Integration Pilot Program (UASIPP) sites in the nation. Obtaining the designation for the Marina Airport and 3 distinct Monterey Bay Area airspaces, would allow for advanced UAS integration work to proceed at this location. Partner entities would be empowered to contribute technology and safety best practices to FAA goals for safe and secure UAS integration into Federal Airspace.
The Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) is pleased to be working with the City of Marina and a host of public and private sector partners to pursue Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) designation as one of 10 Unmanned Aerial System Integration Pilot Program (UASIPP) sites in the nation. Obtaining the designation for the Marina Airport and 3 distinct Monterey Bay Area airspaces, would allow for advanced UAS integration work to proceed at this location. Partner entities would be empowered to contribute technology and safety best practices to FAA goals for safe and secure UAS integration into Federal Airspace.
05 Feb 2018

Monterey Bay UASIPP

The Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) is pleased to be working with the City of Marina and a host of…