Take the Survey
The City of Sacramento is performing an update to its Housing Element, which affects the affordability and accessibility of housing. Please attend the City’s public meeting and take the survey for the Housing Element. Your input can help keep housing inclusive and within reach for everyone in our community. Click here for more information the City of Sacramento’s housing needs.
The following information is from the City of Sacramento:
The City is undertaking a comprehensive … READ MORE
Take Survey Here
The City’s General Plan includes the Housing Element, which affects the affordability and accessibility of housing. Please take the survey for the City’s General Plan. It is important that we keep housing within reach for everyone in our community.
From the City of Sacramento:
Every year, the City of Sacramento conducts a short survey to obtain your thoughts about living, working, and doing business in the City of Sacramento. Help us set a new direction for the … READ MORE
When: Wednesday, May 15 – 9 a.m. (tentative)
Where: State Capitol, Room 4202
RSVP: Paul Bodwn: email@example.com or (415) 621-2533
The Homeless Bill of Rights (AB 5) is scheduled for an appropriations hearing at 9 a.m. (tentative) on May 15, 2013, where it will go on suspense. We will then only have until May 24th to get off of suspense and to the full assembly before the end of this session.
Let’s show the members all of the broad based … READ MORE
The following information was provided by the City of Folsom.
The City of Folsom has completed a draft of the 2013-2021 Housing Element and is inviting community members to review and comment on the draft document. The Draft Folsom Housing Element is now available on the General Plan Update Website. The Housing Element is part of the 2035 General Plan, and contains the goals, polices, and implementation programs for the planning and development of housing for all economic segments … READ MORE
SHA is pleased to announce that it has recently reached a settlement of its lawsuit against the City of Folsom which was initiated because the City suspended its Inclusionary Housing Ordinance which was necessary to meet the City’s affordable housing goals. Please read the summary of the lawsuit below, which details the many accomplishments gained from the settlement. SHA appreciates the City’s willingness to work with SHA to resolve this case and is hopeful that this commitment to housing for … READ MORE