Help Save Our Neighborhoods!
Sacramento residents are opposing upzoning to densify and eliminate single-family neighborhoods. These include the 2040 General Plan proposed upzoning, SB 9 & SB 10.
These proposals are harmful to neighborhoods and do NOT provide affordable housing NOR do they ensure that ALL Sacramento neighborhoods have save streets, good schools, parks, trees and other quality of life amenities.
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Update: The Our Neighborhood Voices ballot initiative is being changed to 2024. Current signature gathering has been suspended and will resume for the 2024 election cycle. This initiative would to overturn SB 9, SB 10, and other state laws that usurp local land use decisions.
See press release.
♦ Smart Densification:
We need affordable housing and smart densification that is well planned, does not overload already overburdened infrastructure, that makes good use of underutilized commercial spaces and does not weaken the fabric of Sacramento’s many and diverse existing single family neighborhoods.
♦ THE NEXT LIVABLE CALIFORNIA ZOOM MEETING will be Saturday, June 25 @10am. Discussion topic: The state of current legislation, upcoming hearings, and the legislative calendar forward. Members are invited to raise legislative issues and others of statewide interest. Please RSVP at this link. In the meantime, here is the link to Livable California Priority Bills & Position Letters – Livable California.
♦ WHERE DO MANY YOUNG AMERICANS WANT TO LIVE? The answer might surprise you (or maybe not). Click here to read an article on the subject from the Washington Examiner.
♦ AB 2011 THREATENS LOCAL CONTROL
Yet another housing bill aimed at a one-size-fits all approach to planning and zoning. Click here to learn more.
♦ NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS ASK CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD LINE ON UPZONING
Reflecting on Earth Day, neighborhood associations have sent a letter asking the City Council to protect neighborhoods and the tree canopy. Take action: click here to add your name to the letter.
♦ GENERAL PLAN SHOULD BE HEARD BY NEW CITY COUNCIL
Because of the controversy and complexity of the 2040 General Plan, coming on the heels of redistricting, neighborhood organizations are asking that it be decided on by the new City Council to maximize citizen involvement.
Click to read letter.
♦ TIME FOR IN-PERSON CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING DESIGN COMMISSION MEETINGS
Neighborhood organizations are asking the City Council and Planning Design Commission to sit with their constituents face-to-face.
Click here to read the letter.
Send a message to the City Council. Click here.
Signs help alert & inform neighbors and the community. To get a sign for your yard, click here.
Volunteer to help. Click here.