Tracking HHH

“The voters of Los Angeles have radically reshaped our future — giving us a mandate to end street homelessness over the next decade."

Mayor Eric Garcetti

 

Mayor Garcetti led the coalition to pass Proposition HHH, a $1.2 billion bond to build approximately 10,000 units of supportive housing in the City of Los Angeles.


On December 20, 2018, the Prop HHH Administrative Oversight Committee forwarded a recommendation to the City Council and Mayor to reserve 10% of the total Prop HHH bonding authority for a new HHH Pilot Program. To help the City craft this program, please send in your comments through this "Request for Information" on ways the City can improve the implementation of Prop HHH, enabling supportive housing projects to be built quicker and cheaper, while maintaining the highest standard of quality. 

The deadline for your comments is Tuesday, January 8, 2019.


Nearly 1,440 units of HHH-funded supportive housing units were approved within the first 16 months after voters approved the ballot measure. This dashboard is updated regularly with the progress we’re making toward our goals.

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