SV@Home: Silicon Valley is Home

At Silicon Valley at Home (SV@Home), we see a future where people of all incomes and abilities have access to a safe, stable and affordable home. Join us in creating a more vibrant and equitable Silicon Valley. Let your neighbors know that Silicon Valley is home.

Affordable Housing Month in May

Join SV@Home this May for Affordable Housing Month 2023

SV@Home is thrilled to announce Affordable Housing Month 2023! This year’s theme is #BuildingCommunity. During the entire month of May, SV@Home convenes our region’s housing partners to host dozens of virtual workshops, webinars, and creative community engagement opportunities in order to activate and engage our community of housing advocates and the general public around our housing challenges and solutions.


Job and housing growth in San Jose

Policy & Research

Woman speaking to audience

Policy in Action

San Jose COPA event

Advocacy Toolkits


February 8th

Solving San Jose’s Housing Crisis: Policy Solutions for 2023

Learn about plans to meet housing needs and protect against displacement, and how to help get these policies into San Jose’s Housing Element! All around San Jose, families are being displaced as rents are skyrocketing. Now is the time to make sure the City of San Jose creates policies and plans that can help! San […]


Upcoming Events

February 17th
The Computer History Museum, Mountain View Simultaneously streaming via Brandlive

Joint Venture 2023 State of the Valley Conference

What is State of the Valley? It’s an annual “town hall” meeting where we assess how our region is faring. The centerpiece is always the Silicon Valley Index, a nationally-recognized report we’ve been publishing annually since 1995. At the conference we’ll provide an in-depth briefing on the 2023 installment, and then you’ll hear from our […]

March 9th
Online Event

LISC Presents Community Ownership Through Real Estate: Propelling a Movement Beyond a Moment

In the wake of the pandemic and the ongoing struggle for racial justice, community ownership of land, housing, commercial space, and other critical resources has drawn increased attention as a strategy to build community power and repair ongoing harms caused by centuries of racism and extractive development. Throughout the country, communities are working to channel […]



SAN JOSE, Calif. – Sept. 9: An ironworker takes in the view of the 200 Park Ave. construction project, a 19-story high-rise going up near the Tech Museum of Innovation in downtown San Jose, Calif., Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Mercury News Map: Here’s where San Jose plans to add 77,500 new homes over the next decade

An aerial image of a part of the city of Santa Clara and North San Jose. Photo by The 111th Group.

San Jose Spotlight: These projects could reshape Silicon Valley next year


Mountain View Voice: As apartments make way for luxury condos, Mountain View should do more to prevent displacing residents

High-quality medium-density living can feel green and open, residents can enjoy privacy and safety and a neighbourhood’s desirability and value can be in balance with diversity and equity.

San Jose Spotlight: Settlement paves way for more homes in North San Jose

Celebrating Six Years of Accomplishments