Photo by Sergio Ruiz for SPUR
Each city in California is required to plan and zone for a certain amount of housing (their Regional Housing Needs Allocation, or RHNA), but for many years there was little to no way to incentivize meaningful compliance. Now that SB 35 has created consequences for cities that fail to build their allocation, it’s important for the state and its regions to reform how these targets are determined, and this year’s SB 828 is one significant step forward in this effort. Join us for a conversation about how we can plan for the housing that our state needs.
+ Sen. Scott Wiener / California State Senate
+ Egon Terplan / SPUR
+ Megan Kirkeby / Housing and Community Development
free for SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Pre-registration is not required for this event.
Individual ticket purchases: If you request a refund between 2 and 10 business days prior to the event, SPUR can issue a 25 percent refund. Requests for refunds received less than 2 days prior to an event cannot be accommodated.
Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.