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The Housing Action Coalition annually recognizes outstanding individuals and developments that have made exceptional contributions to building more housing at all levels of affordability throughout the San Francisco Bay Area at our Housing Heroes Awards. 

We’re proud to have awarded the following individuals and groups for their contributions to the homebuilding community.

Former Awardees

  • 2020: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf (BayHAC Housing Hero Award Recipient), Carol Galante, the I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy and the Faculty Director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation (Lifetime Achievement), Jon Winston & Lisa Spinali (SFHAC Housing Hero Award Recipients)

  • 2019: Supervisor Vallie Brown (SFHAC), Sen. Diane Feinstein (Lifetime achievement), Bill Witte (Lifetime achievement), CASA Compact (BayHAC)

  • 2018: Sen. Scott Wiener, Sen. Skinner, Assemblymember Chiu (Housing caucus), Gabe Metcalf (Lifetime achievement), Posthumous Award, Mayor Ed Lee

  • 2017: Tim Colen and Olson Lee (Lifetime Achievement Award)

  • 2016: Supervisor Katy Tang and Kim-Mai Cutler

  • 2015: Supervisor Scott Wiener and Barbara Gualco (Lifetime Achievement Award)

  • 2014: John Stewart & Gordon Chin (Lifetime Achievement Award)

  • 2013: Mayor Lee & Oz Erickson (Lifetime Achievement Award)

  • 2012: Don Falk and Ron Miguel (Lifetime Achievement Award)

  • 2011: Treasure Island and Parkmerced Developments: Kofi Bonner, Supervisor David Chiu, Craig Hartman, Seth Mallen, Christopher Meany, Michael Yarne

  • 2010: Hunters Point Shipyard: Sophie Maxwell, Kofi Bonner, Michael Cohen

  • 2009: Planning Commissioners, Ron Miguel & Christina Olague

  • 2008: David Baker & Dan Solomon

  • 2007: Marcia Rosen & Supervisor Chris Daly

  • 2006: Art Evans

  • 2005: Dean Macris

  • 2004: Dianne Spaulding

  • 2003: Supervisor Mark Leno

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Housing Action Coalition

The Housing Action Coalition is a member-supported nonprofit that advocates for building more housing at all levels of affordability to help alleviate the Bay Area's housing shortage, displacement, and affordability crises.

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