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The California Apartment Association is the nation’s largest statewide trade group representing owners, investors, developers, managers and suppliers of apartment communities. Our staff — based in Sacramento and with strategic hubs throughout California — includes experts in rental housing law, legal analysts, state and local lobbyists, member-service representatives and media-outreach specialists. For more than 70 years, CAA has served apartment owners and managers through tireless work in public affairs, education and customer service.

We represent the ethical members of the rental housing industry in all aspects of government affairs within the state of California, and we provide information, products and services which contribute to the success of their businesses.

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Phone: (800) 967-4222

Congressman Paul Cook

Rep. Paul Cook Introduces Bill to Ban Drone Use That Impedes Firefighting Efforts on...

Rep. Paul Cook (R- Apple Valley) introduced the Wildfire Airspace Protection Act of 2017. This bill will institute a criminal penalty on anyone who launches a drone that interferes with fighting wildfires on federal property.
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California Housing Forum Participants Agree: It’s Time for Real Solutions

When talking about housing in California, compromise is sometimes the last word that comes to mind. A forum held last Thursday in Sacramento was designed to start moving toward that goal

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South Cove

South Cove, First New For-Sale Residential Development in Dana Point to...

KTGY-designed seaside living offers three unique residential styles, many with rooftop decks and ocean views: townhomes, twin homes and single-level living flats in Orange County. International award-winning firm KTGY Architecture + Planning is pleased to announce the recent opening of the KTGY-designed residential models at South Cove in Dana Point, California.

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EPA requires Granite Rock to control stormwater runoff, improve oil spill...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement with Granite Rock Company over Clean Water Act violations at three of its road materials manufacturing and recycling facilities in Northern California. The agreement requires the company to pay a $102,051 penalty to address stormwater discharge violations at two of its Redwood City facilities and oil pollution prevention violations at a facility in Aromas. Granite Rock will also complete a watershed cleanup project as part of the settlement.