Tag Archives: California Housing Partnership

Survey shows rise in homelessness

LA Downtown News article

The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority’s 2020 Greater Los Angeles Homeless County shows 66,433 people in the county are homeless. This represents a 12.7% rise from last year’s point-in-time count of 58,936. The city of Los Angeles saw a 14.2% rise to 41,290.

Oakland, S.F. neighborhoods fastest gentrifying in U.S.

Nearly one-third of poor neighborhoods in Oakland and San Francisco experienced gentrification between 2013 and 2017, the highest rate in the country according to a new national study. San Jose was also among the top 10 cities in the U.S. where families with low median household incomes were replaced by high wage earners with college degrees, according to a report released Read More