Nowhere in California are middle-income households safe from rapidly increasing housing costs, and policymakers and experts from Yreka to San Diego are looking at a variety of ways to address and reduce the incredible burden placed on these families. A new paper from the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, The Landscape of Middle-Income Housing Affordability in California, spotlights specific policy opportunities for officials at the state and local levels and identifies how to support the construction of middle-income housing by changing land use policies, building codes and regulations. Take part in an in-depth discussion with the authors of the report to explore what California must do in order to build homes for middle-income families across the state.

  • David Garcia / Terner Center for Housing Innovation
  • Charmaine Curtis / Curtis Development
  • Adam Briones / California Community Builders
  • Helmi Hisserich / Lesar Development Consultants
August 16th
12:30PM - 1:30PM
Online Event