To combat the housing affordability crisis in his District, Councilmember Curren Price continues to expand the production of Affordable Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) with nearly 2,000 units identified to support working families and reduce the homeless population in CD 9.
Currently, there are 1,030 units of affordable housing and another 872 units dedicated to housing homeless individuals with wrap-around supportive services coming down the construction pipeline and expected to be completed by 2023.
“We are facing a housing crisis like never seen before in the history of Los Angeles,” added Councilmember Price. “I am committed to ensuring that all of my constituents have a safe place to call home. Already, CD 9 is among one of the districts with the highest stock of affordable housing in the City.”
To learn more about how District 9 is addressing one of the most significant humanitarian crises of our time, which includes the development of temporary and permanent housing, click on the image below to watch our Homeless Housing Solutions in CD 9 video.