April 19, 2016

Tool to Make East Bay Housing More Affordable

Read this powerful Op-Ed, featured in the East Bay Times, from NPH Executive Director Amie Fishman and East Bay Housing Organization’s Executive Director Gloria Bruce. Fishman and Bruce offer the proposed $500 million affordable housing bond as a tool to help Alameda residents facing rising rents, astronomical home prices and displacement across the county. Read the Op-Ed here.   This Op-Ed was also featured in The Mercury News, found here.
July 12, 2016

News Coverage Round Up: Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Puts Housing Bond on the Ballot

On June 21st, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an affordable housing bond on the November ballot. More than 200 homeless and housing advocates filled the Santa Clara County Supervisors chambers to urge passage of a $950 million bond that would house homeless and low-income veterans, seniors, people with disabilities and working families. Please click here for more information on the bond and review the links below for media coverage of the vote:   KTUV before…
July 12, 2016


“People are counting on us to get this right”   San Mateo County Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to authorize staff to begin work on a 20-year extension of Measure A, increasing the County’s multi-million dollar annual commitment to affordable homes to reflect the crisis seniors, veterans, families and people with disabilities are feeling today.   NPH and Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo (HLC) highlighted top Task Force concerns as well as polling data showing San Mateo residents are asking…
July 27, 2016

Keeping Residents in San Mateo County

San Mateo County Supervisors Vote to Place Measure A Extension on the November 2016 Ballot