East Meadow Action Committee says new Family Student Housing would block views
Underfunded, and at capacity, university asks for input with three new forums
New data sheds light on policy, as petitioners gather signatures for a possible ballot measure
A new paper from MBEP outlines policies for affordability
The county is tentatively studying building five villages spread through the region
Coonerty asks what impacts 10,000 new students would have on housing
Community Foundation CEO and Bike Santa Cruz County Executive Director say their organizations have a hard time finding an affordable fit.
We examine affordability requirements as mayor’s year of housing wraps up
The city and county agree on the framework helping the homeless, but the details get tricky
Will the SCPD’s policy shift point the way toward better solutions for Santa Cruz’s homeless issues?
New Landlord Incentive Program will co-sign for Section 8 voucher holders
As Santa Cruz debates rezoning, county leaders have big development plans of their own
A forthcoming report out of UCSC shows distress in county’s low-income communities
As rents soar, advocates from Lower Ocean try to get a handle on the problem
Makeup of the city’s future units called into question, as Affordable Housing Week kicks off
UCSC population increases three times faster than Santa Cruz’s, and shows no signs of slowing
Why a shortage of service workers has left local restaurant managers scrambling
The Broadway Hyatt is suppposed to finally open Labor Day weekend, six years after its construction.
Amid high stakes, activists square off on Airbnb and other short-term rental sites
Planning commission avoids decisive action in heated meeting
Amid concerns, the short-term rental committee drags on into uncertain territory
New Santa Cruz Mayor Cynthia Chase talks about breaking the glass ballot and her top issues
Experts at the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership talk about getting people off the streets
As UCSC switches out trailers, students say the vibe of a quirky cultural hub is at risk
UCSC professors share illuminating research on Santa Cruz’s housing crisis
A prominent Silicon Valley young professional gets priced out of Palo Alto and moves over the hill
How the planning commissioner sees the future of Santa Cruz housing and transportation
The city plans to increase density on major streets over the next two decades. How much is too much?
City Council votes to censure Posner, send formal letter
Councilmember Micah Posner admitted last month to renting out a shed in his backyard without the proper permits to make the unit...