Be Pro-Housing Prepared for the November 2019 Election + Tell BayHAC About Your Local Housing Measures

Be Pro-Housing Prepared for the November 2019 Election + Tell BayHAC About Your Local Housing Measures

This November, voters will head to the ballot  for a variety of candidates and ballot measures. The HAC does not take positions on candidates but will be taking positions on ballot measures across the region. While the HAC has always put together a pro-housing voter guide in San Francisco, we want to make sure we…

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SFHAC is All In to Fight Homelessness

SFHAC is All In to Fight Homelessness

The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition joined advocates, organizations, neighbors, and businesses from across the city in Duboce Park on Thursday to announce that we’re joining All In, a new coalition-led campaign mobilizing San Francisco residents to advance solutions to homelessness here in San Francisco. The campaign is powered by Tipping Point, which has already…

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Bay Area Housing Advocacy Coalition (BayHAC) Receives Investment from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Funding Positions BayHAC to Further Pro-Housing Efforts Region-Wide San Francisco, CA – The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) is supporting the Bay Area Housing Advocacy Coalition (BayHAC) – a newly formed regional advocacy arm of the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC) that is charged with expanding to the greater Bay Area region the pro-housing dialogue…

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Ting, Chiu and Wiener lead on housing

2019 will be a busy year for housing in Sacramento, as there are several upcoming bills in the California Assembly and Senate. Written and co-sponsored by our local assemblymen and senators, the bills address the affordability crisis in California. The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition supports our local politicians putting words into action.  Our organization…

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Pillsbury Law: Qualified Opportunity Zones

Matt Olhausen and Rob Howard from Pillsbury Law recently made a presentation to the SFHAC Regulatory Committee about Opportunity Zones. If you’d like to find out more, you can reach them at: matt.olhausen@pillsburylaw.com & robert.howard@pillsburylaw.com.

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Brett Gladstone Weighs in on Central SoMa

Brett Gladstone Weighs in on Central SoMa

Author – Brett Gladstone, Esq., partner, Hanson Bridgett LLP Tacked to the bulletin board in an office at San Francisco’s Planning Department is a sticker with a peace sign accompanied by the slogan, “World peace through better zoning.” While it is meant to be whimsical, it is the case that most San Franciscans tend to…

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Sign to Support Housing on Divisadero!

Join SFHAC to support housing on Divisadero! San Francisco has limited land and we need to maximize the land use of efficiency on each parcel. For the Divisadero/Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial Corridor, turning underutilized land into housing delivers the greatest value to San Franciscans. Specifically, we support two projects on Divisadero: 650 Divisadero (current site of…

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The Kelsey: Advocating for Disability Inclusive Housing

The Kelsey: Advocating for Disability Inclusive Housing

The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition’s (SFHAC) Regulatory Committee recently heard from The Kelsey, an non-profit organization in San Francisco working to create more housing for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).  Within SFHAC’s core mission to create more housing at all levels of affordability, the need for more IDD housing can not be…

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