Acting boldly and acknowledging that smaller incremental steps would not accomplish enough, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, approved a $950 million bond measure for developing low and affordable housing in the County. Measure A was approved by County voters in 2016, to fund projects for the homeless and those subsisting on less than 30 percent of the area’s median income. Priority is given to “project ready” proposals and those that are eligible for other state and federal matching grants.
Read more about Measure A here
Read the San Jose Inside story:
Santa Clara County OK’s $123M for 1,000 New Affordable Homes
Read the Mercury News story:
Measure A funds boost 19-unit affordable housing project in Cupertino