May
21

The Future of Housing in Silicon Valley: Innovative Government Action

Affordable Housing Month

This event is part of SV@Home’s Policy Luncheon Series, part of Affordable Housing Month 2021.

With the new Biden Administration in Washington and a new legislature seated in Sacramento, 2021 is shaping up to be an exciting year for innovative government action to support affordable housing development and protections for vulnerable communities in the South Bay. From federal approaches to rent relief to discussions of social housing in the state capital to new state-level Housing Element enforcement powers, there are a myriad of new opportunities for government at all levels to make its mark on getting more affordable housing built and ensuring people of all incomes and abilities have access to a safe, stable, affordable home.

Join SV@Home for a discussion with the government experts and elected leaders who are taking on these and other important policy issues in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Washington!

May 21, 1:00pm, Online Event RSVP
May 21
Affordable Housing Month

The Future of Housing in Silicon Valley: Innovative Government Action

May 21, 1:00pm, at Online Event RSVP

This event is part of SV@Home’s Policy Luncheon Series, part of Affordable Housing Month 2021.

With the new Biden Administration in Washington and a new legislature seated in Sacramento, 2021 is shaping up to be an exciting year for innovative government action to support affordable housing development and protections for vulnerable communities in the South Bay. From federal approaches to rent relief to discussions of social housing in the state capital to new state-level Housing Element enforcement powers, there are a myriad of new opportunities for government at all levels to make its mark on getting more affordable housing built and ensuring people of all incomes and abilities have access to a safe, stable, affordable home.

Join SV@Home for a discussion with the government experts and elected leaders who are taking on these and other important policy issues in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Washington!