• HDC Advocacy Intensive

    Join HDC for a special opportunity to learn the skills and gain the confidence to turn your housing passion into housing advocacy. This 1.5 day training will feature ample opportunities to unlock individual and organizational potential for advocacy work. Together we will dive into affordable housing policy and the political process, shape an effective advocacy message from draft-to-delivery, and refine skills around engaging with elected officials.


  • Learn more about 1406!

    During this past legislative session, we were given a new tool to add to our funding toolkit. HB 1406 allows local jurisdictions to keep a portion of the sales tax to preserve and produce affordable housing. Learn more about this funding source and how your advocacy can help!


  • Thank you!

    Thank you to our generous sponsors the City of Renton and the Renton Housing Authority! Their support of HDC makes our programs and policy work possible.


  • 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 175+ 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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