New Sacramento Co. Data: Housing Costs Rise, Need Grows

May 11, 2017 (Sacramento County, CA) – New data from the California Housing Partnership demonstrates how low-income households in Sacramento County are struggling under the burden of high housing costs, with the County’s lowest-income renters spending 56% of their income on rent alone.

The California Housing Partnership published its annual Housing Needs Assessment data today for Sacramento County, demonstrating a snapshot of the region’s current housing needs and challenges.

Additional key findings include:

  • Sacramento County needs 62,072 more affordable rental

Hot off the Press: SHA Working Paper on Ending Homelessness

Sacramento is currently facing a housing crisis. In recent years, the Sacramento area has experienced one of the highest rates of rent increases in the country, tightening rental vacancy rates, and a declining supply of affordable homes. Now more than ever, these trends underscore the need to ensure that our neighbors have access to safe, healthy, and affordable homes. Homelessness and a lack of affordable homes threaten to undermine the stability of families and our communities. The Sacramento Housing Alliance believes … READ MORE

Attend: SHA Fundraising Dinner

Please join us for the Sacramento Housing Alliance 2016 Fundraising Awards Dinner the evening of  Thursday, June 2 at the Firehouse in Old Sacramento from 5:30 – 9:00.

The Sacramento Housing Alliance annual award dinner honors our friends and supporters who have engaged in excellent advocacy for affordable housing in the past year. Over 250 city, county and state officials, members of the financial industry, housing developers, representatives from social service agencies and SHA supporters gather to recognize and celebrate the leaders … READ MORE

Join Us for A Season of Thanks: An Affordable Care Act Enrollment & Housing Information Event


Save the Sacramento County Inclusionary Housing Ordinance: Important Dates Ahead!

The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors has announced that its 2013-2021 Housing Element was adopted on October 8, 2013. SHA and our community partners did our best to fight for stronger protection language for the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance within the Housing Element– an important enforcement document. Though we did not get as strong of language as we would have liked (we did get some), the fight now focuses on protecting the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance itself. Now at risk, this ordinance provides … READ MORE