We advocate for housing development at all income levels in the Mission, with a strong focus on subsidized Affordable housing. The Mission is facing an extreme shortage of subsidized and market rate units, but this disproportionately affects people who can't afford the rapidly rising market rate rents. We must streamline the development of affordable units, and ensure that all market rate units reduce displacement by guaranteeing the right for displaced tenants to return at their old rent level.
Our goal is that anyone who wants to live in San Francisco can afford to. That means subsidies for low-income people, high quality below-market-rate and market-rate housing developments for both the working class and middle class, and the necessary improvements to public transit and infrastructure to make it happen.
The Mission is the most vibrant and diverse neighborhood in San Francisco. The Mission is for everyone, and it's our responsibility to make sure that there's enough room.
How do we get there
- Streamline the planning approval process so middle class market rate and affordable below-market rate development doesn't take so long to build.
- Advocate that homeless services and shelters get built to care for our most vulnerable residents, even when the neighbors say "Not in my backyard!"
- Recruit passionate organizers to show our elected leaders that they can't keep sitting idly by during the worst housing crisis our state has ever seen.
HOW to help
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