Mapping a better future for California.
The Roadmap Home includes more than 50 policies that, when fully implemented, will address the root causes of housing insecurity and homelessness across our state.
Go in-depth on all 57 policy solutions in the Roadmap Home.
Our priorities for the 2023 legislative session
ACA 1Local government financing: Affordable housing and public infrastructure: voter approval. Lowers the voter threshold to 55% for local housing measures. Roadmap Priority: Invest in Our Values
SB 225Community Anti-Displacement and Preservation Program (CAPP): Provides funding to acquire and preserve unsubsidized affordable housing ($500 million budget request). Roadmap Priority: A7
SB 5671482 Rent Cap and Eviction Protection Fixes. Roadmap Priority: D1
AB 1053Make HCD loans available during construction. Roadmap Priority: E4
AB 1085Medi-Cal benefit bill. Roadmap Priority: A15
SB 18Tribal Housing Program. Creates and funds a tribal housing program that promotes construction and rehabilitation of homes for rent and sale for tribal communities. Roadmap Priority: Invest in Our Values
AB 312State Partnership for Affordable Housing Registries in California (SPAHRC) Grant Program.: Creates a database for affordable housing listings. The legislation is tied to a $25 million budget request. Roadmap Priority: E10
AB 653Housing Voucher Utilization Program: This legislation would create a program that would provide resources to increase voucher utilizations, including housing navigation, landlord incentives, and security deposits. Roadmap Priority: Invest in Our Values, Protect People
AB 799Homelessness Accountability and Results Act.: Increases accountability in Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention (HHAP) Program and commits ongoing funding to reduce homelessness. Roadmap Priority: A1, E2
AB 84Improves the welfare property tax exemption for affordable housing. Roadmap Priority: Promote Fairness, Invest in Our Values, Create Efficiency and Accountability