The CASA Compact is a 15-year emergency policy package to confront the region’s housing crisis head-on. It includes a series of policy reforms that will allow the Bay Area to build more housing at all income levels while protecting tenants and low-income communities from unjust evictions and displacement. The Compact also includes a series of revenue recommendations needed to preserve our existing housing stock, subsidize the construction of more affordable housing, and provide assistance to tenants facing eviction. Finally, the CASA coalition proposes to create a new Regional Housing Enterprise to provide technical assistance to local governments, collect data to monitor our progress, and administer any new regional funds that might be approved.
Dec 12, 2018