Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM PDT
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The San Diego Foundation 
2508 Historic Decatur Road
Suite 200
Raymond Executive Board Room
San Diego, CA 92106

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Miriam Melendez 
San Diego Housing Federation 

California Housing Partnership and San Diego Housing Federation Present:

California Housing Partnership and San Diego Housing Federation Present:

Strategies for Expiring and At Risk Affordable Housing in San Diego County

San Diego County needs 142,052 more affordable rental homes to meet the needs of its lowest-income renters. Compounding upon this deficit, over 1,900 rent assisted homes have been lost in the County since 1995. Today, renters need to earn more than 3 times the local minimum wage to afford the median asking rent of $1,940 in San Diego County. San Diego County’s lowest-income renters now spend 69% of income on rent, leaving little left for food, transportation, health expenses, and other needs. While these renters struggle to make ends meet, the County is at-risk of losing more than 1,800 affordable homes in the next five years.

At this special event, Danielle Mazzella, Housing Data Analyst with the California Housing Partnership, will present detailed information on at-risk affordable housing throughout San Diego County. Following the presentation, Anne Wilson, Senior Vice President with Community HousingWorks, will lead a series of questions on the data findings. Workshop attendees will be invited to discuss best practices and policy solutions to preserve these affordable homes. 

Registration: 1:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Program: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Ample parking is available.

This event is free of charge.

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Boxed Lunches provided

Ample parking is available for a very small fee – enter the structure off of 43rd Street.