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Let’s be clear: the housing crisis discriminates. Years of bad planning and other practices have left disadvantaged communities starved of affordable housing, as segregation and air pollution rage on in LA.

The City of LA is required to plan for 456,000 new homes by 2029, including 184,000 that are affordable to lower-income households. We need to ensure that the city meets that goal in a way that’s fair, and prevent lopsided development that could worsen some of our biggest challenges.

So we’re sending a petition to the Mayor and LA City Council letting them know: the responsibility for solving the housing crisis needs to be shared!



Speaking of RHNA..

AHLA’s policy & research director Anthony explains the housing element, and what we need from city leaders in order to build a more equitable LA. Check it out.

Planning 101 & AHLA debrief

This week, LA City Planning is hosting Planning 101, a series of virtual trainings on its planning process, and on how you can get involved. 

Immediately following tomorrow and Thursday’s trainings, we’ll be hosting a quick debrief. Join us to learn about how to better connect what you learned to housing and community development, and tp the work we are trying to accomplish! We’ll send you the link to City Planning’s sessions in your debrief sign-up confirmation email. 

Tuesday October 13th

Planning 101: 1 – 2:30pm

AHLA debrief: 2:30 – 3:15pm. Sign up.

Thursday October 15th

Planning 101: 5 – 6:30pm

AHLA debrief: 6:30 – 7:15pm. Sign up. 


Save the date:

On October 20th we’re launching a brand-new AHLA chapter for the entire City of LA!


By working together, our current chapters in the city will be better able to coordinate our work on RHNA and advance our FAIR LA Plan.

Keep an eye out for more info later this week!