The Affordable Housing Resource Sheet

Social Equity CaucusUrban Habitat and many ally organizations are working to ensure that SB 375 is equitably implemented throughout the region, and that low-income communities and communities of color are not displaced by transportation investments and land use decisions. The preservation and new construction of affordable housing near existing and planned transit is critical to our anti-displacement work. However, 50 percent of the funding for new affordable housing construction, 75,000 affordable housing rental units, and all of the tools Bay Area cities rely on to provide affordable housing could be lost because of the fiscal situation of the state and federal government. As a result, many Bay Area cities will not have the resources and tools to provide adequate affordable housing for low-income communities and communities of color. There are many organizations actively working to preserve affordable housing throughout the state. Here are some organizations you can contact for more information.
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