San Francisco

What Does Progressive Housing Policy Look Like?


Housing in Oakland
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While San Francisco has a reputation for being progressive, it's actually quite conservative when it comes to housing policy. Fortunately, progressive leaders across the Bay Area are advancing housing solutions to build more equitable, affordable and inclusive communities and setting an example other cities should follow. Join a slate of  the region's housing leaders, in conversation with three elected officials who are spearheading progressive housing policies, to discuss what these types of policies actually look like and how we can all work together to enact them across the Bay Area — and California.

+ Assm. Buffy Wicks / California State Assembly
+ Councilmember Terry Taplin / Berkeley City Council
+ Councilmember Courtney Welch / Emeryville City Council

Co-presented by Housing Action Coalition, Bay Area Council, California YIMBY, East Bay YIMBY, Greenbelt Alliance, Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County, Silicon Valley Leadership Group and YIMBY Action.



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