The City Of Sacramento is proposing to make drastic changes to the City’s Mixed Income Housing Ordinance that are detrimental to ensuring that housing is built for residents of low, very-low and extremely-low income levels. The Sacramento Housing Alliance advocates for inclusionary communities and healthy neighborhoods which create opportunities for everyone to fulfill the American Dream. These proposed changes do not do that!
Please join the Sacramento Housing Alliance & our community partners, Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT), as we make an interfaith and community pilgrimage from Trinity Episcopal Cathedral to Sacramento City Hall on Tuesday September 3rd from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Together we’ll fight for strengthening the language in the City’s Housing Element portion of their 2014-2021 General Plan to include that 15% of housing developed will be for low-income residents of the city! Please also stay for the City Council meeting at 6 p.m. and let the City Council know that before drastic changes are made to the Mixed-Income Housing Ordinance, the policies and practices within the ordinance need to be reviewed by a Citizen’s Stakeholder Committee -One which includes people who care about residents of all income levels in our community, NOT just Building Industry executives!
More information: Tamie@SacHousingAlliance.org