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Special Forum on Saturday, February 20, 2016
Bay Area housing and transportation policymakers, city planners, community and business leaders, housing developers and advocates are invited to attend a half-day event for a timely and important dialogue on the role that Bay Area local governments and regional agencies — as well as the state and federal government — can play in addressing skyrocketing housing costs and displacement of long-time residents.
Please join us at this special forum on Saturday, Feb. 20, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Oakland Marriott City Center, 1001 Broadway, Oakland.
Who should attend?
- Elected officials and local agency staff
- Community and business leaders
- For-profit and affordable housing developers
This half-day forum will focus on:
- Regional trends and community impacts
- Common challenges and barriers
- Local and regional strategies, solutions and implementable actions
- Appropriate role for local jurisdictions, regional agencies, and state and federal government
Participants will also break out into four smaller groups to discuss specific challenges and strategies for (1) San Francisco, (2) the Peninsula and South Bay, (3) the East Bay and (4) the North Bay. Your comments will help inform future discussions and actions.
Saturday, February 20, 2016, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Oakland Marriott City Center
1001 Broadway, Oakland (at 12th Street BART Station)
To learn more and register, please click here.
Do you need an interpreter or any other assistance to participate? Please call 510.817.5757 or 510.817.5769 for TDD/TTY three days in advance.
¿Necesita un intérprete u otra asistencia para participar? Por favor llámenos con tres días de anticipación al 510.817.5757 o 510.817.5769 para TDD/TTY.