What is SB 9?

SB 9 is a state bill that was created to address California's housing crisis. It allows Californians more flexibility with their urban property than they've ever had before. Learn more about SB 9.

What does the grade mean?

Under SB 9, cities are allowed to release local ordinances outlining how the law will be applied within their boundaries. In order to determine a city's openness towards SB 9, Homestead has rated their local implementation of the law across seventeen key criteria, resulting in a final letter grade of A, B+, B, C, or D. Learn more about our methodology here.

And many more coming soon...

Adelanto
Agoura Hills
Albany
Alhambra
Aliso Viejo
Alturas
Amador
American Canyon
Anderson
Angels Camp
Apple Valley
Arcadia
Arcata
Arroyo Grande
Artesia
Arvin
Atascadero
Atherton
Atwater
Auburn
Avalon
Avenal
Azusa
Baldwin Park
Banning
Barstow
Beaumont
Bell
Bell Gardens
Bellflower
Belmont
Belvedere
Benicia
Berkeley
Beverly Hills
Big Bear Lake
Biggs
Blue Lake
Blythe
Bradbury
Brawley
Brea
Brentwood
Brisbane
Buellton
Buena Park
Burlingame
Calabasas
Calexico
Calimesa
Calipatria
Calistoga
Campbell
Canyon Lake
Capitola
Carlsbad
Carmel-By-The-Sea
Carpinteria
Carson
Cathedral City
Ceres
Cerritos
Chico
Chino
Chino Hills
Chowchilla
Claremont
Clearlake
Cloverdale
Clovis
Coachella
Coalinga
Colfax
Colma
Colton
Colusa
Commerce
Concord
Corcoran
Corning
Corona
Coronado
Corte Madera
Costa Mesa
Cotati
Covina
Crescent City
Cudahy
Cypress
Daly City
Dana Point
Danville
Davis
Del Mar
Del Rey Oaks
Delano
Desert Hot Springs
Diamond Bar
Dinuba
Dixon
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