Alameda County has set ambitious targets for 2026 – to ensure the availability of diverse and affordable housing for all residents with the goal of eliminating homelessness in Alameda County. These 10x goals are part of the County’s Vision 2026.
In response to the growing housing crisis, the County will deepen our investment and build on the work already happening to strengthen partnerships with local cities and other stakeholders; maximize the Measure A1 Housing Bond; and leverage new funding to address homelessness and support affordable housing in our communities. The Alameda County Homelessness Action Plan 2018-21 sets forth a plan for the County to invest approximately $340 million over the next three years toward the goal of ending homelessness in Alameda County.
Alameda County Commits More than $125 Million in Measure A1 Bond Funds to Affordable Housing Projects
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors commits more than $125 million in voter-approved bond funds to support affordable housing, including units dedicated to homeless individuals, across the County.
Alameda County Moves to Ease Homelessness in Unincorporated Areas
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors has approved a plan to spend $10.5 million over the next three years to reduce homelessness and serve homeless residents in the County's unincorporated areas.