Annual Regional Affordable Housing Summit2022-05-07T13:46:58-07:00

Annual Regional Affordable Housing Summit

 
Affordable housing is the key to positive public health outcomes, policy and system changes, and informed investments. Understanding home as the key to a socially just, healthy, and promising future is fundamental for those advocating and operating in the Sacramento region and beyond.
 
The Sacramento Housing Alliance will host the 8th Annual Affordable Housing Regional Housing Virtual Summit on October 12th thru the 14th, 2022. More information and sponsorship opportunities to come.

Racial and Social
Justice Champion
of the Year:
Dr. Jesus Hernadez
Homeless
Justice Champion
of the Year:
Faye Kennedy, Poor People’s Campaign
Recognition of Service:
Sacramento County Supervisor,
Don Nottoli
Affordable Housing Innovation and Vision Award:  Sacramento City Councilmember Eric Guerra
Build it Green Award: 
SMUD
Affordable Housing Development
of the Year (Legacy): 
St. Francis Terrace
by Mercy Housing
Affordable Housing Advocate of
the Year: 
Housing California
Affordable Housing Development of
the Year (Completed or in Pipeline): 
Cornerstone
Habitat for Humanity and Mutual Housing California

Day Sponsors

Social Justice Sponsor

Awards Sponsor

Advocate Sponsors

Housing  Sponsors

Supporter  Sponsors

CalHFA

Community Vision

Enterprise Community Partners

Ronald Javor

For the 2020 Event Sponsors, Highlights and Links Click Here

Building Partnerships

Community Advocacy

Success Stories

2021

Policies and Programs

SHA is reviewing housing elements throughout the Sacramento region evaluating for compliance with State law and to ensure they are responsive to local needs including whether there are adequate sites for development, and policies and programs to promote the construction and preservation of affordable housing for individuals and families that are paid a low income.

SHA, as a member of Sacramento Investment Without Displacement, successfully advocated for the City of Sacramento to mitigate potential negative impacts, such as displacement and to ensure existing residents benefit from significant new major developments by making a significant contribution to affordable housing.

2020

Affordable Housing - COVID 19

SHA produced Affordable Housing COVID-10 Policy recommendations for local governments in the region to get people off the streets, keep people in their homes, and continue critical funding to support affordable housing development. SHA urged jurisdictions in the Sacramento region to make a significant affordable housing investments during the COVID-19 pandemic including emergency housing assistance for the unhoused, rental assistance, extension of the eviction moratorium, support for nonprofit housing developers and continuing funding for new affordable homes.

2019

Affordable Housing Bus Tours

SHA’s advocacy led to the City of Sacramento to authorize issuance of a $100 million affordable housing bond. Authorization for the Affordable Housing Bond, has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conducted two Affordable Housing Bus Tours for staff and elected representatives of the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and for State Department of Housing and Community Development representatives and staff.

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