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Rebates for Multifamily Properties

SoCalGas ® is offering rebate dollars for the purchase and installation of qualifying products installed this year in multifamily properties. Through, its Multifamily Energy Efficiency Rebates, SoCalGas ® is providing rebates for current and past purchases. This means that even if you already purchased and installed a qualifying product earlier this year, you are still eligible for the rebates!

Available Rebates for Multifamily Properties include:

How Much Does The Housing And Transit Really Cost? New Location Affordability Portal Available

There is more to housing affordability than how much rent or mortgage you pay. Transportation costs are the second-biggest budget item for most families, but to date there hasn't been an easy way for people to fully factor transportation costs into decisions about where to live and work. The goal of the Location Affordability Portal is to provide the public with reliable, user-friendly data and resources on combined housing and transportation costs to help consumers, policymakers, and developers make more informed decisions about where to live, work, and invest.

Housing California Reports Available By State Senate and Assembly Districts

Housing California has made available, reports on housing affordability in the state broken down by state senate and assembly districts. A valuable source of information, these reports would be a useful resource and tool for anyone who would like to inform local policy makers in their communities.

LAHP Announces Lisa Varon as New ED

The Los Angeles Housing Partnership (LAHP) Board of Directors announces the hire of Lisa Varon as the organization’s Executive Director/President & CEO. Lisa brings 25 years of community development experience in Los Angeles’ nonprofit and public sectors to her new role. Lisa joined LAHP’s team on September 6, 2016.

Garcetti Names Wendy Greuel to Homeless Commission

On Tuesday, Garcetti formally appointed Greuel to the city's Homeless Services Authority commission.

The 2016 Architectural Awards Call for Entries is Now Open!

This prestigious competition is designed to recognize the contributions of temas of architects, contractors and developers in creating and implementing outstading building projects in Los Angeles.

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JAMBOREE PARTNERS WITH BUENA PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT

Irvine, CA -headquartered Jamboree Housing Corporation, one of California’s largest developers of affordable housing, has partnered with the Buena Park School District to help advance the district’s early literacy and digital learning initiative, “Classrooms Without Limits.”  The initiative will provide students with iPads, Internet connectivity and associated instruction to access the growing universe of online educational materials and experiences.

Home Depot Foundation Offers Grants to Support the Housing Needs of Military Veterans

Deadline: September 1, 2015 

The Home Depot Foundation is inviting applications from community groups to its Community Impact Grants Program, which supports a range of activities, including repairs, refurbishment, and modification of low-income and/or transitional veterans housing or community facilities; weatherizing and other projects designed to increase the energy efficiency of such facilities; and tree planting or community gardening activities involving veterans. Grants must support work completed by community volunteers in the U.S. and must specifically benefit veterans.

Housing Authority of the County of Riverside,Project-Based Voucher Program, RFP

The Housing Authority of the County of Riverside (HACR) is a State charted Public Housing Agency established in 1943. The agency’s main office is located at 5555 Arlington Ave, Riverside, California 92504. HACR’s mission is to transform and promote healthy, thriving communities, re-ignite hope and restore human dignity through the creation and preservation of high quality and innovative housing and community development programs which enhance the quality of life and revitalize neighborhoods to foster self-sufficiency. The primary means to provide this assistance is through the U.S.

Update: California Supreme Court to Hear Oral Argument in CBIA v. City of San Jose

The California Supreme Court has announced that it will be hearing oral argument on a significant inclusionary zoning case, California Building Industry Association (“CBIA”) v. City of San Jose. The announcement marks an end to a year-and-a-half-long wait since the Court first announced it would be reviewing the Sixth District Court of Appeal’s decision. The Court’s decision will also likely indicate whether local governments must conduct nexus studies to justify their adoption of inclusionary ordinances for for-sale housing.

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