The Housing Continuum: Building A Vibrant Community
Mondays, March 4, March 18, and April 1
Anchorage Museum Auditorium, 625 C St
Anchorage faces a shortage of diverse housing options that are affordable for many of its residents. Ensuring citizens of all income levels, abilities, and phases of life have access to safe, quality, and affordable housing is critical to achieving a vibrant, economically thriving city that residents desire to live in for the long-term.
Please join Alaska Common Ground, our partners, and guest speakers for this 3-part series.
March 4 – The Current Supply & Demand
We’ll explore the latest findings on Anchorage’s housing needs—for today and the future—with a focus on workforce, millennials, senior, supportive, and low-income housing.
- Thea Agnew-Bemben, Agnew::Beck
- Mark Romick, Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
- Moira Gallagher, Anchorage Economic Development Corporation
- Jasmine Khan, Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness
- Carol Gore, Cook Inlet Housing Authority
March 18 – Housing Supply: What are the Barriers?
We’ll gain an understanding of the current challenges to addressing Anchorage’s priority housing needs.
April 1 – Opportunities & Solutions
We’ll learn what policies and efforts are already underway, or are needed, to address priority areas as well as ways community members can get involved.
Thank you to our partners!