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What’s Palo Alto Doing to Address the Housing Crisis?
May 9 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In February 2018, Palo Alto’s city council adopted a Housing Work Plan to address the housing affordability crisis. Since then, the council has adopted a set of zoning changes to allow more housing in mixed-use commercial districts and to incentivize the creation of additional in-law units. As part of Affordable Housing Week, join us to learn more about these efforts and the changes expected later this year to generate critical “missing middle” homes.
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Co-presented by Palo Alto Forward, SV@Home, SPUR, and League of Women Voters Palo Alto.
- Adrian Fine / Palo Alto City Council
- Jonathan Lait / City of Palo Alto Planning Director
- Tod Spieker / Windy Hill Property Ventures
- Randy Tsuda / Palo Alto Housing
Time: May 9th, 2019. 6-8pm
Location: Morrison & Foerster Conference Center, 755 Page Mill Road.
All are welcome!
NOTE: Palo Alto Forward is happy to be a sponsor of Bike Away From Work Day 2019, happening right before this event at 5pm on California Ave, Palo Alto! Stop by and then bike on over to Morrison Foerster for our 6pm event. We look forward to seeing you!
Although meetings of specific importance will be added individually to the calendar, these monthly meetings may be of interest on an ongoing basis:
Housing, Land Use, Environment, and Transportation (HLUET) Committee – Typically meets at 10am on the third Thursday each month. As a regular agenda item, the County Office of Supportive Housing presents its monthly system data report at these meetings. For details, select HLUET Committee in the drop-down menu in the left sidebar on the County of Santa Clara website.
Housing and Community Development Commission – Typically meets at 5:45pm on the second Thursday of each month. For details, see the Commission calendar on the City of San Jose website.