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Montgomery for All February Meeting: Updates on Missing Middle in NoVA and Attainable Housing in MoCo

Join us virtually as we hear from some fantastic speakers about what’s happening in the DC suburbs to re-legalize duplexes, triplexes, and other small multifamily buildings.

Webinar: Reducing climate pollution and promoting affordable transportation choices

Join us to learn about how this legislation will align Maryland’s transportation plans with its climate targets and expand access to affordable transportation choices – transit, walking, biking, and housing near jobs/services.

Latest Happenings


Event: Attainable Housing in Montgomery County (Feb 2024)

Event: Attainable Housing in Montgomery County (Feb 2024)

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At Montgomery for All's February meeting, we heard from Montgomery County Council President Andrew Friedson and housing planner Lisa Govoni about upcoming action on Montgomery County housing targets and the Attainable Housing Strategies Initiative. We also heard from YIMBYs of NoVA co-founder Luca Gattoni-Celli about how advocates worked together and
RELEASE: Close the Metro Funding Gap!

RELEASE: Close the Metro Funding Gap!

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Today, the WMATA Board met to review a new FY25 proposed budget. The "Fund Metro!" coalition released the following statement.

Testimony: Montgomery County FY25 Capital Budget and FY25-30 Capital Improvements Program

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We are pleased to see a major commitment to affordable housing production and preservation in the proposed budget, and urge you to support these appropriations in full. The Housing Initiative Fund and Non-Profit Preservation Fund are essential tools to sustain the work of affordable housing providers. Providing robust funding to these initiatives must be a priority to ensure that we do not let opportunities to provide affordable housing slip through the cracks. The level of annual funding proposed in this year’s CIP appropriately reflects the urgency of our housing shortage and the scale of our housing need, and should represent a benchmark for future years.
RELEASE: Maryland bill tackles climate pollution from transportation by expanding affordable, clean options

RELEASE: Maryland bill tackles climate pollution from transportation by expanding affordable, clean options

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“With Maryland’s limited transportation funds, the TCA can help the state re-evaluate or mitigate the impacts from highway expansion projects that undermine the state’s investments to fight climate change and that increase traffic and sprawl," said Bill Pugh, Coalition for Smarter Growth

Act today to reduce parking requirements for affordable housing!

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DC Office of Planning is proposing to the Zoning Commission a reduction in parking requirements for affordable housing in smaller buildings that are close to transit. This is good but the city can do more. We hope you will email the Zoning Commission to support these two amendments: