Mayor Breed Moves Effort to Put $300M Housing Bond on 2020 Ballot
by Alexandra Cannarella
Jan 08, 2019

Mayor London Breed announced Monday that she wants to get a new $300 million affordable housing bond in front of San Francisco voters and she wants Supervisors to put it on the November 2019 ballot no later than this March.

In addition, Breed has also requested that city officials move up the date of a proposed $600 million bond that would pay for seismic retrofitting and other earthquake upgrades on public safety infrastructure. The reshuffling of the bond schedule would push back a $255 million bond for parks and open space until November 2020.