Inclusionary Housing Advocacy Toolkit

Inclusionary Housing Advocacy Toolkit

Download the Inclusionary Housing Advocacy Toolkit (2003 PDF, 77 pages)

In this toolkit, you will find:

    • Information on how to craft a policy that best suits your community’s affordable housing needs
    • Educational materials on specific components of an inclusionary housing policy
    • Campaign materials including a sample campaign timeline and recruitment pieces
    • Additional inclusionary housing resources

 

Materials from the July 14, 2010 Inclusionary Housing Workshop for Local Governments:

Mike Rawson’s Presentation on Inclusionary Housing After Palmer & Patterson

Barbara Kautz’s Presentation on Inclusionary Housing: Responses to Palmer and Patterson

The California Affordable Housing Law Project of the Public Interest Law Project, May 2010: “Inclusionary Zoning After Palmer & Patterson – Alive & Well in California”

The California Affordable Housing Law Project of the Public Interest Law Project, May 2010: Overview Chart of Responses to Palmer Patterson

Barbara Kautz’s CRA Journal Article: “Adjusting to Palmer

Goldfarb Lipman Attorneys Law Alert: “Cities and Counties Need to Amend Local Inclusuionary Ordinances to Address Palmer v. City of Los Angeles


Download the Reason Report Critique (2004 PDF, 15 pages):

Policy Claims With Weak Evidence: A Critique of the Reason Foundation Study on Inclusionary Housing Policy in the San Francisco Bay Area by Victoria Basolo, Department of Planning, Policy & Design, University of California Irvine; and Nico Calavita, Department of City Planning, San Diego State University

Sarah Gudernatch