On November 30th, SCANPH convened a workshop in partnership with LA Thrives, ACT-LA, Enterprise, and Public Counsel to discuss new local financing and land-use tools available to incentivize transit oriented development (TOD).
The CHPC's latest Housing Needs Assessment reports show that the five-county area needs 949,016 more affordable rental homes to meet the needs of its lowest-income renters. The shortfall is driven largely by Los Angeles County's deficit of 551,807 affordable homes.
President Trump's FY18 budget request proposes to slash federal investments in affordable housing and other essential programs that ensure basic living standards for low income individuals and families. Take action now.
Since 1986, the Housing Credit has generated a host of benefits for local communities, including increased surrounding home values and lower crime rates. New Op-Eds/Reports show the importance of preserving the Housing Credit.