Diverse. Progressive. Pro-housing.

Conoce a nuestros candidatos for Uptown Planners 2021:
John, Marc, Gloria, Nevo, Soheil, Amanda, Angela and Oscar.

Come out and vote for our slate in the Uptown Planners election at Joyce Beers Hall (3900 Vermont St) on these dates:

Weds, June 30 from 3-6 pm

Mon, July 5 from 3-6pm pm

Tues, July 6 from 4:30-7 pm

We’ll have volunteers handing out our Slate Card near to Joyce Beers Hall. Or download our slate card by clicking here.

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Here’s what Rise Up Town candidates stand for:

housing density urban village
Mayor densidad de viviendas.

Somos vecinos que queremos más vecinos. Rise Up Town candidates aren’t for density for density’s sake, but we do seek greater housing opportunities aligned with climate action goals. We believe that Uptown Planner’s board should speak loudly and frequently in support of more housing in this community. We strongly support city-wide and state-wide initiatives (such as density bonuses near transit, S.B. 50, etc.) to increase the amount of housing under construction.

construction site

Local planning group opposition is one cause of the affordability crisis in Uptown, for both renting and owning. Rise Up Town supports residential projects that reduce costs by removing parking minimums. We support the city’s proposals to de-couple the cost of parking spaces from residential construction in transit areas. We support density bonuses for including on-site below market rate housing. And simply put: we believe the best way to lower housing costs in Uptown is for our community planning group to actively support creating more of it.

bus island photo
Más carriles de movilidad.

La mejor manera de apoyar a una comunidad próspera es facilitar el acceso al caminar, andar en autobús, rodar, andar en bicicleta y andar en bicicleta. Our candidates bring stronger voices who favor more mobility options — and increasing the safety of everyone on our neighborhood streets. When people feel good about strolling or rolling through their neighborhood, they shop more, they meet up more, they do more. We want Uptown Planners to promote mobility and transit options for people who live in here because it makes Uptown a better place to live.

permanent suportive housing
Proactivo, no reactivo

Necesitamos soluciones audaces y verdaderas, no curitas. We want strong support for local initiatives and our elected officials in efforts to respond to crises such as climate change and homelessness. We strongly endorse solutions such as Councilmember Chris Ward’s efforts to bring Permanent Supportive Housing and #HillcrestConnect in District 3. We don’t expect “somewhere else” to fix problems facing our neighborhood. We intend to make Uptown Planners an active supporter of actions taken to solve, not simply displace, the underlying crises of housing, homelessness, and climate change.

Edificios mas altos

No le tenemos miedo a los edificios altos. Les damos la bienvenida y queremos ver un mejor uso de las parcelas cuando sea apropiado, para aumentar la oferta tanto de precios de mercado como de viviendas asequibles. Apoyamos el aumento de la altura de zonificación para residencias y el desarrollo de uso mixto a lo largo de los principales corredores de Uptown, como University Ave, Washington, Park Blvd, 4th Ave, 5th Ave y 6th Ave.

One Mission project on Fort Stockton, San Diego
Vons on Washington St, San Diego

Bringing progressive, pro-housing voices to Uptown’s community planning.

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