• A Conversation with Peter Yost

    Join HDC for a morning conversation with Peter Yost, VP of Building Performance with Building Green. Peter will outline what he's seeing nationally as the most promising strategies for deeper green and lifecycle design practices, followed by Q&A. The larger group will then break to work through issues related to tensions between exemplary green building and cost.


  • HDC Advocacy Intensive

    Join HDC for a two-day Advocacy Intensive, October 17-18. This training is intended to build skills for novice advocates who want to learn how to speak up in support of safe, healthy, and affordable homes in King County. This is a great professional development opportunity for members of the King County housing community who are looking to learn about how they and their organizations can advocate effectively.


  • HDC 2018 Advocate of the Year

    The award will go to an individual who is part of an HDC member organization who: – Advocates around our movement’s shared values and goals as a central part of their professional or personal life – Motivates, encourages, and supports others in advocacy – Has the courage to push for change in times of fear and uncertainty -Consistently is willing to show up for others and shows support in making our movement more inclusive and accessible This list is illustrative not exhaustive, and you can nominate any individual member of an HDC organization whose advocacy inspires you.


  • Thank You Banner Bank

    A big THANK YOU to HDC 30th Anniversary Sponsor Banner Bank. We're so grateful for your generous support of HDC and our programs.


  • Our Mission

    King County is growing fast. While the benefits are real, and many, this rapid growth has also created an economic gap that threatens to divide our residents into those who can access housing and those who cannot. That is why the Housing Development Consortium’s 165+ member organizations and businesses work hard to ensure that all people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and affordable homes within communities of opportunity. From Seattle to Bellevue, from Kent to Kenmore, our members advocate and collaborate to increase the number of accessible homes for individuals experiencing homelessness, low-income families, and for our workplace. We exist to keep our neighbors thriving and our communities equitable.


    Go through our website sitemap to find all the resources and opportunities to be apart of this movement.

  • Take Action

    Working together, HDC advocates have ensured that affordable housing is a priority for cities in King County. Collectively, we’ve helped secure funding for thousands of affordable homes, tenant protections for many of our most vulnerable neighbors, and helped cities implement policies to keep their communities healthy and inclusive. Get advocacy opportunities sent to you.

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