Matt Vander Sluis
  • Walnut Creek, CA
  • United States
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Walnut Creek - Envisioning future around BART station at Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church

July 9, 2013 from 7pm to 9pm
Imagine living in a beautiful neighborhood just a short walk from BART and great downtown shops and restaurants—together we can make this a reality for more Walnut Creek residents! Over the past months, city staff has been gathering community input on how the area south of the Walnut Creek BART station, dubbed "West Downtown" could evolve in the next two decades. They've collected these ideas into several "alternatives." At this coming workshop, the City is seeking your feedback on these…See More
Jul 3, 2013
Matt Vander Sluis commented on Jackie Lorenz's event Better Cities, Better Future with Don Weden
"This promises to be an  exciting event. Co-hosted by Walnut Creek Downtown Business Association and John Muir Health. "
Apr 12, 2013
Matt Vander Sluis posted an event

Walnut Creek workshop for walkable, transit-oriented homes and shops at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Parish Hall

August 30, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Wouldn't it be nice if more of us could walk to Walnut Creek's BART station? If there were more opportunities to live close to our jobs and avoid a grueling commute home? If more of our streets were safe for pushing a babystroller or riding a bike? And if our nearby natural lands were less threatened by the constant pressure of sprawl? If that sounds intriguing, come join us to help plan a brighter future for "West Downtown" Walnut Creek!  The City is hosting a…See More
Aug 29, 2012
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County Supervisor Candidate Forum on the Environment at San Ramon Community Center

April 12, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Should we allow urban development on rural lands outside our urban limit lines?How do we have clean air and clean drinking water?What are the best ways to manage traffic?This summer, many Contra Costa County voters will elect a new County Supervisor. The new Board of Supervisors will make some of the most important decisions in a generation, affecting our quality of life for decades to come.Join…See More
Mar 30, 2012
Tina King Neuhausel commented on Matt Vander Sluis's event County Supervisor Candidate Forum on the Environment
"I'd like to ask them...What role can the County take in encouraging residents and communities to become more sustainable?"
Mar 30, 2012
Matt Vander Sluis posted an event
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County Supervisor Candidate Forum on the Environment at San Ramon Community Center

April 12, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Should we allow urban development on rural lands outside our urban limit lines?How do we have clean air and clean drinking water?What are the best ways to manage traffic?This summer, many Contra Costa County voters will elect a new County Supervisor. The new Board of Supervisors will make some of the most important decisions in a generation, affecting our quality of life for decades to come.Join…See More
Mar 27, 2012
Matt Vander Sluis and Sheila Hill are now friends
Jun 29, 2011
Anne Cavazos might attend Matt Vander Sluis's event
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Tassajara: Protecting the Valley, Saving our Quality of Life - A Community Forum at San Ramon Library Meeting Room

June 28, 2010 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Just east of the City of San Ramon, the beautiful Tassajara Valley is currently protected by an Urban Growth Boundary that makes the region off-limits for development.However, efforts are afoot to expand the boundary and open the Valley to sprawl development. If that occurs, the area's rustic character would be lost forever and nearby communities could suffer from new traffic, pollution, and water shortages.Join Greenbelt Alliance, Save Mount Diablo, and the Sierra Club to find out more about…See More
Jun 16, 2010
Matt Vander Sluis posted an event
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Tassajara: Protecting the Valley, Saving our Quality of Life - A Community Forum at San Ramon Library Meeting Room

June 28, 2010 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Just east of the City of San Ramon, the beautiful Tassajara Valley is currently protected by an Urban Growth Boundary that makes the region off-limits for development.However, efforts are afoot to expand the boundary and open the Valley to sprawl development. If that occurs, the area's rustic character would be lost forever and nearby communities could suffer from new traffic, pollution, and water shortages.Join Greenbelt Alliance, Save Mount Diablo, and the Sierra Club to find out more about…See More
Jun 16, 2010
Matt Vander Sluis joined Anne Cavazos's group
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Sustainable San Ramon

Our mission is to promote sustainable practices through education and community collaboration to maintain a healthy livable city.
Jun 16, 2010
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Night of Calls to Protect Local Open Space at Save Mount Diablo office

May 11, 2010 from 6pm to 8:30pm
Developers have placed a measure on the June ballot in Brentwood to break the community’s open-space protections and add 1,300 new houses on agricultural land outside of town. If they win in Brentwood, open-space protections across Contra Costa County will be at risk.We need your help. Please join us for a fun evening of phone calls to encourage Brentwood residents to protect their open space by voting No on measure F.Save Mount Diablo, 1901 Olympic Blvd, Suite 220Walnut Creek, CA 94596(Front…See More
May 7, 2010
Matt Vander Sluis is now a member of Sustainable Contra Costa Network
Apr 22, 2010

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