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Housing Insecurity Among the LGBTQ+ Community

For many in the LGBTQ+ community, affordable housing issues are especially personal. LGBTQ+ individuals experience higher rates of homelessness, housing insecurity, and housing discrimination than their non-LGBTQ+ counterparts. It is therefore crucial to ensure that there are housing resources for LGBTQ+ individuals to create a safer and more equitable Los Angeles.   People in the LGBTQ+ […]

Guide to Parking Rules in Los Angeles

Introduction In the media from print to poster to picture Los Angeles is depicted as a city filled with teeming masses of automobiles. And to a large extent, this[...]

A Guide to Sea Level Rise and Housing Adaptation in California

Introduction      Southern California is famous worldwide for its varied terrain that ranges from sun-baked deserts to snow-capped mountains. But nothing is truly signature Southern California like its[...]

Glendale Housing Element Analysis: Looking Back to the 5th RHNA Cycle in Anticipation of the 6th

INTRODUCTION  The Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) is a state-mandated process that estimates current and future housing needs in a city, and requires local governments to develop a “housing element”[...]

Glendale’s housing element update

This past summer, Abundant Housing LA was fortunate enough to work with talented policy and research interns from the UCLA Luskin graduate program in public policy. Their summer project was to analyze Glendale, California’s most recent housing element update (an eight-year plan that guides housing development), and investigate recent trends in housing production in Glendale. […]

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“Inclusive segregation.”🤔 - Some more NIMBY nonsense for you!
Join Sierra Club Angeles Chapter and Abundant Housing LA TONIGHT for the #ChangingClimatePanel. 

Free tickets at changingclimatepanel.eventbrite.com
Hundreds of thousands of Angelenos have been left without employment due COVID-19. Hear from Maddie who lives in council member @paulkrekorian’s district about how COVID-19 has affected her, including a cross-country drive to insure security and what she’d like to see done for a #HealthyLA. 

If this video has you wondering what to do, city council meets tomorrow at 10am to discuss emergency measures in response to COVID-19. There will be time for public comments but not enough time to discuss how COVID-19 has changed life for millions of Angelenos. 

We urge all folks if possible to contact their city council member to protect those most vulnerable and to pass actions for a #HealthyLA. You can go to healthyla.org/share.

You can submit public comment via the City’s public comment channel https://cityclerk.lacity.org/publiccomment/ and by calling ‪(669) 900-6833 and use Meeting ID No.459 499 150 and then press #. Press # again when prompted for participant ID.‬