This November, San Francisco voters have the opportunity to make a big difference for affordable housing and our communities, by tackling two of the biggest obstacles for affordable housing: funding and land.
Prop A will give the affordable housing investment San Francisco needs to expedite construction of housing for low and middle-income residents and working families, including for educators.
Prop E will make it easier and faster to build affordable housing and educator housing citywide.
These measures were developed in close partnership with affordable housing developers and advocates who know what it takes to build affordable housing serving a wide range of people and with the unions representing San Francisco early-childhood educators, teachers, and community college instructors, in order to serve the actual needs of San Francisco’s education workforce.
We urge you to Pledge to Vote YES for the affordable housing measures that you will have a chance to vote on this November by signing this pledge.
Prop A: $600 Million Affordable Housing Bond
A $600 million bond measure that will fund the creation, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing in San Francisco.
Prop E: Affordable Homes for Educators and Families NOW
A measure allowing the that will make it easier and faster to build affordable housing and educator housing citywide.