Can eliminating single-family zoning advance equity in California cities? Following the lead of Minneapolis and Portland, Ore., Sacramento, California led the state in reforming exclusionary zoning laws by legalizing multifamily housing across the city. On February 24th, Berkeley resolved to do the same, followed by movements in San Jose, South San Francisco, and now Oakland. Momentum is growing to advance equity in local zoning policies!

Join East Bay Young Democrats and our co-sponsors, on Wednesday March 24th, for a panel with Bay Area policy leaders to discuss how we got here and what barriers to equity in zoning lay ahead.

Berkeley Vice Mayor Lori Droste
Oakland Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan
Berkeley Councilmember Terry Taplin
Oakland Councilmember Loren Taylor

SPUR Oakland Director Ronak Davé Okoye

March 29th
5:30PM - 6:30PM
Online Event