California’s Roadmap Home


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The Roadmap Home 2030 is a bold, long-term plan to create the future we want for California by building affordable homes, protecting low-income renters, ending homelessness, and advancing racial equity and economic inclusion.

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What’s at Stake

California has been hit hard.

The opportunity to build healthy, fulfilling lives for ourselves and our families is in jeopardy. Systemic racial injustice, a widening wealth gap, and a shortage of homes people can afford are affecting our livelihoods and threatening what we love about California.

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The Opportunity

We are calling on all Californians to embrace the need for bold, structural change.

Roadmap Home 2030 is the first comprehensive, evidence-based plan to address the root causes of housing insecurity and homelessness in California. If we choose to act now, we can protect what we love about California while making it a healthier, happier, and more equitable place to live.

Go in-depth on all 57 policy solutions in the Roadmap Home.

Our roadmap will bring everybody in California

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Create Affordable Homes

We will create 1.2 million new affordable homes for low-income Californians, including for those experiencing homelessness.


protect low-income renters

We will protect 1 million low-income renter households from losing their homes, including more than 300,000 who face eviction each year.


end homelessness

We will end homelessness for more than 150,000 Californians who are unhoused every night and over 400,000 who are unhoused throughout the year.


ensure racial equity

We will close the racial equity gaps in housing and homelessness created by decades of racist housing policies that have harmed Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and other people of color.

Policy Change

Housing is the foundation for long-term equity, resilience, and sustainability.

To meet our goals over the next 10 years, California needs to embrace system reforms and structural change in five core areas.

Tell your state senators and assembly members to endorse the Roadmap Home 2030.