San Francisco

15 Steps Toward Solving California's Housing Shortage

12:30 p.m. | Tuesday, October 31, 2017

In September, Governor Brown signed a package of 15 state bills intended to address the statewide housing shortage and affordability crisis. Leadership from state legislators, in conjunction with growing public awareness, helped assemble the political will to get this comprehensive set of bills across the finish line. Come hear from some of the key elected officials involved in this important work and learn what still needs to happen in order to increase the affordability of housing across California. Co-presented by the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition.

+ Senator Jim Beall / California Senate District 15
+ Senator Scott Wiener / California Senate District 11
+ Assemblymember David Chiu / California State Assembly
+ Christine Johnson / SPUR
+ Todd David / SFHAC


SPUR Urban Center
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015
Phone: 415.781.8726


Free for SPUR, SFHAC and ULI members
$10 for non-members

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