Priced Out Reports

 

Who Is Priced Out of the Housing Market in YOUR Community? 

 

Can your child's school bus driver afford to rent or buy in your area? What about the receptionist at your doctor's office or the manager of the store where you last shopped? Or people who help protect us and keep us safe like police dispatchers? Find out in these reports.

 

These two- to three-page reports are written in simple, easy-to-understand language, so they're perfect for showing who -- in your community -- is priced out of the housing market. They even connect the benefits of affordable homes to other issues people care about, such as education, public safety, the environment, and more. 

 

Where to Use Them: Print copies of your reports to give to legislators, hand out at neighborhood meetings, city council hearings, county supervisor meetings, and more. Spread the word: Everyone benefits when the people in our communities have safe, stable, affordable places to live.

 

Which report do I use? Originally designed for state legislators, we have one for every Senate and Assembly District in California.

 

 

 Your SENATE District  

   

District 01 (Gaines)    

District 02 (Evans)    

District 03 (Wolk)    

District 04 (Nielsen)    

District 05 (Galgiani)    

District 06 (Steinberg)    

District 07 (DeSaulnier)    

District 08 (Yee)    

District 09 (Hancock)     

District 10 (Corbett)     

District 11 (Leno)     

District 12 (Cannella)    

District 13 (Hill)     

District 14 (Berryhill)    

District 15 (Beall)     

District 16 (Rubio)    

District 17 (Monning)     

District 18 (Fuller)     

District 19 (Jackson)    

District 20 (Padilla)    

District 21 (Knight)     

District 22 (de Leon)     

District 23 (Emmerson)     

District 24 (E. Hernandez)     

District 25 (C. Liu)     

District 26 (Mitchell)     

District 27 (Pavley)     

District 28 (T. Lieu)     

District 29 (Huff)     

District 30 (R. Calderon)     

District 31 (Roth)     

District 32 (Negrete McLeod)    

District 33 (Lara)     

District 34 (Correa)     

District 35 (Wright)    

District 36 (Anderson)     

District 37 (Walters)     

District 38 (Wyland)     

District 39 (Block)     

District 40 (Hueso)     

 

 

Your ASSEMBLY District 

 

District 01 (Dahle)

District 02 (Chesbro)

District 03 (Logue)

District 04 (Yamada)

District 05 (Bigelow)

District 06 (Gaines)

District 07 (Dickinson)

District 08 (Cooley)

District 09 (Pan)

District 10 (Levine)

District 11 (Frazier)

District 12 (Olsen)

District 13 (Eggman)

District 14 (Bonilla)

District 15 (Skinner)

District 16 (Buchanan)

District 17 (Ammiano)

District 18 (Bonta)

District 19 (Ting)

District 20 (Quirk)

District 21 (Gray)

District 22 (Mullin)

District 23 (Patterson)

District 24 (Gordon)

District 25 (Wieckowski)

District 26 (Conway)

District 27 (Campos)

District 28 (Fong)

District 29 (Stone)

District 30 (Alejo)

District 31 (Perea)

District 32 (Salas)

District 33 (Donnelly)

District 34 (Grove)

District 35 (Achadjian)

District 36 (Fox)

District 37 (Williams)

District 38 (Wilk)

District 39 (Bocanegra)

District 40 (Morrell)

District 41 (Holden)

District 42 (Nestande)

District 43 (Gatto)

District 44 (Gorrell)

District 45 (Dababneh)

District 46 (Nazarian)

District 47 (Brown)

District 48 (R. Hernandez)

District 49 (Chau)

District 50 (Bloom)

District 51 (Gomez)

District 52 (Torres)

District 53 (J. Perez)

District 54 (Vacant)

District 55 (Hagman)

District 56 (V. Perez)

District 57 (C. Calderon)

District 58 (Garcia)

District 59 (Jones-Sawyer)

District 60 (Linder)

District 61 (Medina)

District 62 (Bradford)

District 63 (Rendon)

District 64 (Hall)

District 65 (Quirk-Silva)

District 66 (Muratsuchi)

District 67 (Melendez)

District 68 (Wagner)

District 69 (Daly)

District 70 (Lowenthal)

District 71 (Jones)

District 72 (Allen)

District 73 (Harkey)

District 74 (Mansoor)

District 75 (Waldron)

District 76 (Chavez)

District 77 (Maienschein)

District 78 (Atkins)

District 79 (Weber)

District 80 (Hueso)

Vision

A California in which no one is homeless and everyone can afford a safe, stable place to call home in a healthy and vibrant community.

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Sacramento, CA 95814

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