A BOLD FUTURE FOR EQUITABLE HOUSING IN CALIFORNIA: A SERIES OF EVENTS ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING SOLUTIONS
As we move into a new cycle of housing production goals set by the state – known as the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) – we need to make sure that local governments are quickly approving housing to meet their communities’ needs. With all the housing laws passed in California over the past few years, we have more tools than ever to hold cities accountable for their housing plans – known as housing elements – to meet their RHNA goals. We’ll discuss how the California Department of Housing and Community Development will enforce housing elements compliance as well as how community members and advocacy organizations can get involved in this effort. We’ll also discuss the latest Housing Readiness Report, an effective tool which tracks cities’ compliance.
*A recording will be available after the forum
- David Zisser / California Department of Housing and Community Development
- Daniel Saver / Metropolitan Transportation Commission /Association of Bay Area Government
- Kristy Wang / Community Planning Collaborative
The forum will be moderated by Khanh Russo from the San Francisco Foundation.
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