Officials Unveil Plan To Create Affordable Housing For San Jose State StudentsSan Jose State University and the State of California have reached a landmark agreement that will turn an old state building near campus into affordable housing for students, staff and faculty.
Number Of Californians Moving To Texas Up 36 Percent In A YearAmid California's ongoing housing woes, the number of people moving from California to Texas has grown more than 30 percent in a year, according to a new report.
Newsom Cheers Kaiser $25M Pledge To California Housing FundCalling California's homeless crisis a public health issue, hospital giant Kaiser Permanente on Friday pledged $25 million to a new state fund aimed at getting people off the streets.
Berkeley Development To Hold Lottery For 6 Below-Market CondominiumsSome much-needed new condominiums will soon be available for sale in Berkeley. Because of the city’s affordable housing mandate some of them will carry an amazingly low price.
Supervisor Dean Preston Plans To Shake Up Housing Policy In San FranciscoJust when you thought San Francisco couldn't lean any further to the left politically, voters elected Dean Preston, a democratic socialist, to the Board of Supervisors.
Gov. Newsom To Visit Oakland On Last Stop Of Homelessness TourCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom will arrive in Oakland on Thursday for the final stop of his statewide homelessness tour to preview executive actions to address the crisis, his office announced Wednesday.
Berkeley Opens Lottery For 1st Time Homebuyers To Purchase New Affordable HomesThe city of Berkeley has opened a lottery for low-income, first-time homebuyers to apply to buy one of six newly built condominiums created through the city's affordable housing strategy.
San Francisco On Track To Provide 1K New Shelter Beds By Year's End, Mayor SaysA new SAFE Navigation Center in San Francisco's Upper Market Area announced Wednesday will help Mayor London Breed accomplish her goal of opening 1,000 new shelter beds by the end of 2020.
San Francisco School Board Approves Plan To Develop Affordable Teacher HousingTeachers in San Francisco could eventually get housing provided by the city after the San Francisco Unified School District's Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution to approve affordable educator housing.
After Release On Bail, Moms 4 Housing Activists Return To Oakland HomeAfter their Tuesday afternoon release from jail, the two homeless mothers arrested during the early Tuesday morning eviction of the group Moms 4 Housing said they would return to the West Oakland home for what they called a "celebration."
Homeless Crisis: Sonoma Supes To Buy Properties To House Some Joe Rodota Trail CampersThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday morning unanimously approved buying two multi-unit residences that will provide temporary, shared rental housing.
Deputies Evict Homeless Moms From Occupied Oakland Home; Four ArrestedArmed with a court order, Alameda County Sheriff's deputies forcibly evicted a group of homeless Oakland mothers from a vacant home early Tuesday that they had been illegally occupying.
AG Becerra Joins Legal Battle Over San Mateo Condo Project, Affordable Housing LawAttorney General Xavier Becerra's office announced Tuesday that it will intervene in a battle over a proposed condo complex on the Peninsula.
Oakland Launches Homelessness AuditAn audit of homelessness services looks to determine just how many encampments there are and if clearing them is the best use of public money.
Protesters Make Stand Against Eviction Of Homeless Oakland MothersThe Alameda County Sheriff's Department warned a group of homeless mothers illegally occupying an Oakland home Monday that deputies would be carrying out their court-ordered eviction sometime this week.