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.
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.