Los Angeles is facing an unprecedented housing crisis, which threatens our legacy as a city of economic opportunity. 

Our county has one of the nation’s greatest disparities when it comes to what people pay in rent, and what they take home in wages. According to the California Housing Partnership, we need to build 568,255 affordable homes across L.A. County to meet the needs of low-income Angelenos. 

To combat this crisis, Mayor Garcetti set an ambitious agenda that focuses on expanding the supply of housing, strengthening rent stabilization, making development more equitable, and keeping Angelenos from falling into homelessness.


Expand the Supply of Housing to Meet Market Demand

Create a More Equitable Housing Market that Serves Everyone

Increase Housing Stability for Renters

Strengthen the Homeless Safety Net