NPH and NPH Action Fund are proud to partner with communities around Northern California in identifying and passing important revenue measures to reinvest in our communities and create more affordable homes across the Bay Area.

We are playing a leading role in bringing these measures to the ballot – but we won’t win without you.

Get involved today. 

Bay Area Affordable Housing Opportunities this November

 

No matter where you live in the Bay Area, you’ll have the opportunity to vote YES on statewide Propositions 1 and 2, critical funding measures that will allow California to re-invest in our communities and affordable housing. Prop 1 will first and foremost build and preserve affordable homes, including supportive housing, for veterans, working families, people with disabilities, Californians experiencing homelessness and others struggling to find a safe place to call home. Prop 2 will help people suffering from a serious mental illness and experiencing homelessness by building stable housing for them and keeping mental health services in close reach. Learn more at the campaign websites: Prop 1 and Prop 2.

Depending on where you live, you may also have the opportunity to vote for:

  • San Francisco City and County Proposition C, a gross receipts tax on big businesses with incomes above $50 million, will raise $300 million annually in funding dedicated to the construction of affordable housing, wrap around services for the people facing chronic homelessness, and legal assistance programs. Learn more at the campaign website.
  • Santa Cruz County Measure H, $140 million general obligation bond that will provide affordable housing for local workers including teachers, healthcare workers, service workers and farmworkers, as well as vulnerable populations including people experiencing homelessness, veterans, seniors, people with disabilities and those suffering from mental or addiction illnesses. Learn more at the campaign website.
  • Napa County TOT measure, a hotel tax that will raise dedicated funds for affordable housing and homelessness programs. This measure will appear as Measure I in unincorporated areas of the County, as Measure F in Napa, Measure H in American Canyon, Measure D in Calistoga, Measure E in St. Helena, and Measure S in Yountville.
  • Berkeley Measure O, a $135 million general obligation bond that will create more affordable housing options and opportunities for low income families and residents and for Berkeley’s most vulnerable populations, including veterans, seniors, local artists, the disabled, current or former foster youth, abuse victims, homeless people, and people suffering from mental health or substance abuse illnesses. Learn more at the campaign website.
  • Santa Rosa Measure N, a $124 million general obligation bond that will create more affordable housing and help displaced families rebuild after last year’s devastating fires. Learn more at the campaign website.
  • San Jose Measure V, a $450 million general obligation bond that will create more affordable housing options and opportunities for San Jose community members, including low income families and residents, teachers and other workers, and the community’s most vulnerable residents. Learn more at the campaign website.

 

For a full list of NPH November 2018 endorsements, please visit the NPH Campaigns page.

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  • NPH has a proud track record of success initiating, support, and passing affordable housing. Click here to read about our 3 big wins in 2016

 

  • Want to see fliers and materials from previous, successful affordable housing measures? Click here to access the NPH Action Fund archives
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