Calif. Finishes Latest Round of State vs. Cities on Affordable Housing Next City, Sep 20 2017 From...
Powering Growth and Opportunity
Who Needs Housing Most?They are veterans and schoolteachers, farmers and carpenters, plumbers and bank tellers and artists. They are our neighbors and friends, our grandparents and grandchildren. They are us. And many of them can’t afford to live here, where they work every day, where they grew up. Learn more about the people we are advocating for>
Retain Local Workforce“Affordable housing is a big issue when it comes to attracting top-notch employees and we strongly support local development that keeps all income levels in mind. Our 2400+ workforce spans the economic arc, from introductory jobs to executive management.” – Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort More voices>
Opportunity for ActionIt's projected that 54,000 new homes will be built in the next 20 years in Placer County. There's a very real need to further the development of mixed-income communities with a range of housing options. Affordable and well-located housing options are at the heart of individual economic opportunities and strong local economies. Read more>
SIGN THE PETITION
Send a call to action to our policy makers to prioritize housing needs in Placer County. Take a moment now to read and sign this petition.
SIGN THE PETITION
CREATE DECENT HOMES AT REASONABLE COSTS FOR ALL IN PLACER COUNTY
Nearly 42% of Placer County households are strapped by housing costs. Whether renting or buying, families are getting priced out of our communities. It’s our firefighters, schoolteachers, bank tellers and trade workers. They are us, our neighbors and vital to the stability of our workforce and economy.
We are facing a serious gap in housing. According to the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG), Placer County needs 21,000+ new units of attainable housing by 2021. But as of the most recent County Housing Needs Assessment Progress Report, less than 4% of these units have been built.
Our economy depends on a strong, local workforce. When we support accessible housing, we’re helping to secure the economy by:
*Retaining and attracting skilled, local workers
*Increasing buying power of local residents
*Improving the health of our community
*Creating a family friendly environment
Sign this petition to send a call to action to our policy makers to prioritize housing needs in Placer County. And use your digital blow horn to encourage your social media and email network to sign it as well. Your support matters!