Federal Policy Update: The 21st Century Affordable Housing New Deal

This is a session on Day 3 of SCANPH’s 2021 Conference: Piece Back Together, October 27-29. Southern California has a lot at stake with the potential for infrastructure legislation to provide funding and tax incentives sufficient to double affordable rental housing production and preservation. DC-based housing policy experts will discuss the outlook for new federal funding and policy initiatives shaped Read More


Public Funders Forum

This is a session on Day 1 of SCANPH’s 2021 Conference: Piece Back Together, October 27-29. Get important updates on new policies, trends, regulatory changes, and funding sources from county and state agency leaders. Mark Stivers, Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy at the California Housing Partnership, will ask all the pressing questions you want to hear about public funding Read More


A 21st Century New Deal for Affordable Housing? The Latest on Federal Housing and Homelessness Policy

This is a session on Day 2 of the Federation’s 2021 Conference: “Remembering. Reimagining. Reengaging.” October 19-21. DC-based housing policy experts will discuss the outlook for new federal funding and policy as shaped by the response to the pandemic and the renewed attention of the needs of Black Americans and other people of color. Topics will include an overview of the housing Read More


How Changes at TCAC/CDLAC are Affecting Non-Profit Developers

This is a session of NPH’s 2021 Conference: Grow Power, Secure Justice on September 24th. Recent changes in the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) and California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) regulations have meant big shifts in the types of projects getting funded – particularly as tax-exempt bonds have become competitive for the first time in over a decade. Read More


Hotel, Motel, Home: Creating Permanent Homes under Homekey

This is a session on Day 2 of the San Joaquin Valley Affordable Housing Summit, September 21-23. Project Homekey has evolved from its beginnings as a COVID response tool to a vital component of California’s strategy in providing homes for the unhoused.  In this workshop, we will go over Homekey basics, discuss early program success stories, and discuss the future Read More


Setting the Stage: Resources, Opportunities, and Innovative Programs to Build a Stronger Valley

This is the opening plenary on Day 1 of the San Joaquin Valley Affordable Housing Summit, September 21-23 What does it mean to build a stronger Valley? What resources are available at the local and state level? What advocacy efforts are being made to ensure that the San Joaquin Valley has equitable representation? Join us for this dynamic session in Read More


Prioritizing Resilience in Climate-Responsive Housing

This is a session on Day 1 of Verdical Group’s 2021 Net Zero Conference, September 14-16. Zero-carbon housing design should prioritize long-term robust building operations and community resilience. Driven by statewide GHG targets, reach codes, R&D investment and industry innovation have pushed rapid electrification in affordable housing. Electrification holds promise for long-term community health and well-being. But when the policies and investments Read More