Take Action for Housing Affordability in Auburn

Action Items for Auburn Advocates:

Protect Affordable Housing in Your City from Federal Tax Reform

Proposed elimination of a key affordable housing development tool, Private Activity Bonds (PABs), would make it much harder for our region to meet its housing need at a time when there is more demand than ever.

In the last thirty years, PABs have helped build 24,000 affordable apartments in King County alone.

You can help by urging your Representatives to rise to our affordable housing need by protecting Private Activity Bonds. Sample letters from the ACTION Campaign:

Contact your representatives by phone by calling the Congressional Switchboard at (202) 224-3121

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Housing Gaps in Auburn

To meet the county-wide proportional need for affordable homes in 2030, Auburn needs:

  • 3,514 homes affordable to households with incomes between 0-30% of Area Median Income (AMI)

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Health & Housing in Auburn

About 4 in 10 households in Auburn are housing cost-burdened

40% of Auburn households have a risk of lead exposure

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Auburn’s Housing Snapshot:

Auburn’s housing profile and policy commitments from Under One Roof: City Level Affordable Housing Commitments & Actions

HDC thanks Evans School graduates Alexander Casey, Alena Marshak, Rose Rubel, and Xinwei Wang for their dedication and the thorough research that went into this project.

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