Roadmap Home 2030
For more than a year, Housing California and California Housing Partnership worked with dozens of grassroots, advocacy, policy, academic, and government partners from affordable housing, homelessness, tenants’ rights, and intersecting fields to create the Roadmap Home 2030.
A comprehensive, evidence-based, and equity-centered 10-year framework and policy package that describes what it would take to meet the following 4 goals:
- Create 1.2 million new affordable homes for low-income Californians and those experiencing homelessness.
- Protect 1 million low-income renter households from losing their homes.
- End homelessness for more than 150,000 Californians who are unhoused every night.
- Close racial equity gaps in housing and homelessness.
“I want to applaud the architects of the California Roadmap Home 2030. Closing the racial equity gaps speaks to the heart of what housing justice looks like, particularly here in a state as diverse as California.”
Betty T. Yee
California State Controller
Long–Range Policies for Lasting Change
To meet these goals over the next 10 years, California needs to embrace systems reform and structural change to implement equitable solutions in five core arenas:
Invest in our values
Provide ongoing resources at scale.
Restructure tax and finance systems.
Make it easier and cheaper to develop affordable homes in all communitites.
Ensure that renters can access housing and stay in their homes and communities.
Ensure clear leadership, streamlined processes, and seamless coordination.