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Housing

It’s no secret – demand for housing in San Francisco is at an all-time high, and it’s a growing crisis as families who have been living here for generations are priced out of their homes and out of the city. Our task is to build not just more housing, but more affordable housing, and the kind of affordable housing that will help keep families in San Francisco.

Resetting San Francisco means an honest conversation about how we can build more housing, build the right kind of housing, build the right mix of housing, build upon our recent success in protecting tenants and do this all while preserving our quality of life.

Home Match: An Innovative Approach to the Housing Crisis
4 weeks ago

Home Match: An Innovative Approach to the Housing Crisis

By  •  Housing

When discussing the housing shortage in San Francisco, the focus is usually on building additional units to meet the ever-growing demand.

But a new initiative called Home Match, which is a …
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San Francisco Needs to Integrate Housing and Transportation Policies
4 weeks ago

San Francisco Needs to Integrate Housing and Transportation Policies

By  •  Housing, Transportation

A few years ago, I was introduced to a young woman who slept in Golden Gate Park with her partner. They were finally connected to services and were working hard …
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Homelessness: An Innovative Approach from Albuquerque, NM
1 month ago

Homelessness: An Innovative Approach from Albuquerque, NM

By  •  Housing, Jobs

Here at Reset SF, we are committed to discovering and promoting innovative solutions to San Francisco’s crisis regarding homelessness.

Sometimes the best way to find new solutions is to study what other …
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CA Lawmakers Address Homelessness
3 months ago

CA Lawmakers Address Homelessness

By  •  Better Government, Housing, News

JUNE 29, 2016

SACRAMENTO, CA – On the eve of the State Legislature’s final vote on a new multibillion dollar program to confront homelessness, Assembly members Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) and Phil …
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California Legislature Passes Law to End Housing Tax Loophole
1 year ago

California Legislature Passes Law to End Housing Tax Loophole

By  •  Better Government, Housing

For many years, celebrities and wealthy residents have been using a loophole in the California tax code that allowed them to shield or evade disclosing the full purchase price of high-end …
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San Francisco on Track to End Veteran Homelessness by the End of This Year
1 year ago

San Francisco on Track to End Veteran Homelessness by the End of This Year

BCN– U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald expressed his support in San Francisco today for additional Bay Area resources to help get homeless veterans into stable housing.

McDonald, along …
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