At the state capitol in Sacramento, and in city halls across our region, Habitat works to promote affordable homebuilding and champion affordable homeownership for working families. Learn more about our advocacy work on this page.
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With the dust starting to settle on the election, we can see a clear picture of how various housing measures have fared with voters across our region.
This November, San Franciscans can boost affordable homebuilding by voting to cut the red tape that ties up residential construction projects in the city.
Habitat is proud to join a constellation of affordable homebuilding advocates in urging Menlo Park residents to vote ‘no’ on anti-housing Measure V.
Affordable homebuilding received a significant boost when the CalHome program was funded to the tune of $350 million in the California 2022–2023 state budget thanks to Habitat’s campaign.
Habitat Greater San Francisco CEO Maureen Sedonaen testified in Sacramento for AB2445 which would reduce the number of affordable home projects blocked by frivolous environmental lawsuits.
Lawmakers from across California (and across the aisle) gathered in Sacramento to support Habitat’s #FullyFundCalHome campaign to fund the production of affordable homes for ownership.
Habitat for Humanity affiliates from across the U.S. pushed for key federal programs that promote affordable homebuilding and allow more working families to own their own homes.
A state appeal court has upheld the constitutionality of the Housing Accountability Act and limited local governments’ ability to stymie home building.
Habitat GSF has asked the Judicial Council of California to revisit emergency rules that could leave affordable homebuilding stalled throughout the state.
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