Equity in Housing, Zoning, and the Missing Middle


Date/Time
Date(s) - Sep 24, 2021
9:00 am - 10:30 am

Part of the Sacramento Valley Section 2021 Series

Hosted by AIA, Sponsored by APA California and Caltrans

You’re invited to a moderated panel discussion on the City of Sacramento’s proposed change to reform the standard single-family zone through the City’s 2040 General Plan Update process that would allow for a greater variety of housing types to be integrated into existing detached single-unit neighborhoods. A conversation format will explore the potential implications to residential development; housing equity; the makeup of Sacramento neighborhoods; missing middle housing types or small attached multi-unit housing choices such as duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes; and increasing the supply of affordable housing. Similar attempts in the cities of Portland and Minneapolis have been met with mixed results. What might it mean for Sacramento?

Moderator: Celia Yniguez, Program Manager, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency

Panelists: Karen Parolek, Principal and CFO, Opticos Design, Inc.; Sergio Palleroni, The Center for Public Interest Design, Portland State University;
David Mogavero, Senior Principal, Mogavero Architects

Pricing

  • APA Members & Speaker Series Partner Organizations: $15.00/session
  • Non-Member: $25.00/session
  • APA Members that are Young and Emerging Planners (YEP): $10.00/session (YEP is defined as working 6 or fewer years as a professional)
  • Students: FREE

If you would like to register for ALL SIX SESSIONS at the following discounted price, please contact Jeni Tickler at [email protected].

  • APA Members & Speaker Series Partner Organizations: $60.00 total
  • APA Members that are Young and Emerging Planners (YEP): $30.00 total (YEP is de­fined as working 6 or fewer years as a professional)
  • Non-Member: $120.00 total
  • Students: FREE

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