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How Roadmap Home 2030 could impact Butte County’s homelessness crisis

A new proposal for comprehensive housing reform aimed at ending homelessness in California, Roadmap Home 2030, will be presented to state lawmakers in an online event Thursday.

Roadmap Home 2030 from Housing California and the California Housing Partnership proposes a comprehensive framework of “equity-centered, evidence-based policy solutions” to create structural change in how California addresses housing and homelessness. The main goals are to create over one million new affordable homes for low-income Californians, including those experiencing homelessness, protect one million low-income renter households from losing their homes — including more than 300,000 who face eviction each year — and end homelessness for more than 150,000 Californians unhoused each night and over 400,000 who are unhoused throughout a full year.