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The California Legislature’s 2022 Housing Agenda

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As California’s legislative year unfolds, the ongoing challenges of housing affordability, homelessness and neighborhood opposition to development continue to negatively impact lives and make headlines. Dozens of new housing bills have recently been introduced and amended, including measures that would expand the state’s Density Bonus Law for affordable housing developments, clarify the post-entitlement permitting process and create a “First Look” program that would give prospective owner-occupants and public entities priority in purchasing foreclosed properties. In addition, the state legislature is reviewing the various aspects of Governor Newsom's proposed budget and housing advocacy organizations are weighing in with requests. Join us to hear from advocates in Sacramento who are making budget requests and sponsoring some of this year’s key housing legislation. We'll identify the key bills to watch, provide an analysis of each and discuss prospects for making progress on the housing front.

  • Todd David / Housing Action Coalition
  • Marina Wiant / California Housing Consortium
  • Graciela Castillo-Krings / Sacramento Advocates
  • Michael Lane / SPUR
  • Jennifer Svec / California Association of Realtors

Co-presented by the Housing Action Coalition and APA Northern California.

1 AICP CM credit is available for APA member attendees.


Generously sponsored by Urban Planning Partners

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