California’s Housing Crossroads
The 32nd Annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium
High land costs, a shortage of homes, and income inequality have led to a cost-burdened population facing one of the nation’s worst housing crises, which is acutely felt in coastal job centers and near public transportation infrastructure.
Housing policy is complex, but the solutions to the housing crisis don’t need to be. At this year’s UCLA Arrowhead Symposium, we’ll focus on how to make these solutions happen in California.
This invitation-only symposium is the go-to event for an in-depth examination of the interconnected planning and policy issues around transportation, land use, and the environment. Regular registration fee of $1,195 includes access to programming, 2 nights lodging, all meals and receptions, use of venue facilities.
For more information about the event, along with scholarship opportunities to attend, please visit www.uclaarrowheadsymposium.org.