Media and Resources
You can play a vital role in helping to close the jobs-housing gap by staying up-to-date on the most recent studies and current events. This news and resources page provides you with the information that you need to stay informed, including recent news stories on the impact of the housing crisis on a local, state, and national level. Learn more about the state of housing, regional initiatives, and ways you can engage your community.
Home for All tracks housing news in other jurisdictions to stay current and monitor housing trends. These news stories provide additional context to the job-housing gap.
Housing Is Sought For South City
Hayward Moves Closer to Easing Rules on In-Law Units
Milpitas: Council Extends Moratorium on Demolition Permits for Affordable Housing
Speaker: Silicon Valley Must Address Housing, Traffic Problems
Regional Plan Aims to Ease Traffic by Boosting Housing
Five Cities Miss Out On Affordable Housing Funds
Problematic Project Sheds Housing Plan
New Housing Money Available
Housing Watchdog Gives Menlo Park High Marks
Harbor View Office Complex Moves Forward
Foster City Planners Tackle In-Law Units
California Assembly Speaker: Housing Spending This Year is More Important Than Water and Parks
Billions in New Spending for Housing, Water, Parks and More Could Be On the 2018 Ballot
Housing Crisis: Will California Force its Cities to OK More Building?
Marin Lawmaker Wants California Corporations to Pay for Affordable Housing
Bay Area Real Estate: To Buy a Median Priced Home, You Now Need Income Over $179,000, but the Housing Crisis is Now a Statewide Phenomenon, a New Report Shows
Caltrain Electrification Project Kicks Off With Groundbreaking Ceremony
Gov. Jerry Brown says the state’s housing crisis is his next priority, but reaching a deal won’t be easy
Editorial: Ben Carson’s HUD Report on Housing for the Poor is an Eye Opener
Senate Appropriators OK $2.4B Hike in Transportation, Housing Spending
Mayors Agree, Congress Should Invest in Affordable Housing
Trump FY18 Budget Calls for Massive Cuts to Affordable Housing Programs
Innovative Housing Solutions
‘Granny Pods’ Help Keep Portland Affordable
The Positive Power of Preemption: Sometimes State Lawmakers Can Step in to Force Cities to Do the Right Thing
European Developers Plan Chicago Modular Home Development
A Bipartisan Fix to the Housing Crisis?
Solving Affordable Housing: Creative Solutions Around the U.S.
Rutgers Team Wins HUD’s Innovation in Affordable Housing Competition
Model Programs, Toolkits, and Creative Approaches
Grand Nexus Study
San Mateo County Affordable Housing Preservation Initiatives
Housing Development Toolkit
State of Housing, Statistics, and Reports
San Mateo County Eviction Report, 2016
Impact of Affordable Housing on Families and Communities
California’s High Housing Costs
Urban Displacement Project