Housing Commission

Goals & Priorities

The charge of the new Housing Commission is to serve as a public oversight Board to guide the implementation of the MHPTF’s recommendations and engage the public. The commission goals are as follows: 

  • Oversee the implementation of the Mayor’s Housing Task Force priorities:Develop a Coordinated Housing System to include a High Level Executive; Increase City Investment in Housing; Increase Affordable Housing Production, Rehabilitation, and Preservation; Protect and Promote Neighborhoods through anti-displacement; Ensure Accountability to the Public by creating a collaborative ecosystem of communication between community, city staff, and public officials 
  • Implement a holistic and comprehensive anti-displacement strategy
  • Engage and educate the public on importance of affordable housing and resources available to prevent and mitigate to include mutual education to occur between City and the communities it serves;
  • Cultivate partnerships and leverage cross-sector resources in the coordination and delivery of housing;
  • Focus on Equity and Advocate for additional funding for affordable housing to expand new affordable housing, anti-displacement, and increased affordable housing with deeper affordability targets of 30/50/60% AMI;
  • Define Outcomes and People-Focused metrics to stay on track for short-term and long-term goals while implementing best practices and engaging impacted communities in evaluation of success.


Agenda, presentation and reports will be added as they become available for each date.

February 7
March 12: Special Meeting
March 27
April 24
May 22
June 26
July 31
September 25
October 1
October 21
October 23
November 20

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