Register now to get out the vote for I-135 with fellow Greenways advocates!
This is a virtual event on Zoom. Training will be provided – no prior phone banking experience necessary.
I-135 – the only item on the February 14 ballot – would create a publicly-owned social housing developer that would build permanently affordable housing in which no one spends more than 30% of their income on rent. These high-quality, green, union-built homes would be available to people across the income spectrum, from people with no income at all to folks like educators and healthcare workers struggling with the high cost of housing in Seattle.
We can’t make every neighborhood a great place to walk, bike and live without building more affordable housing. The current tools we have, while critically important, simply aren’t enough to counter our housing and homelessness crisis – much less create a city where everyone can afford to live and thrive. I-135 is a community-led initiative based on a model with a proven record around the world. This model, when paired with future changes to our land use policies, is a vital part of achieving our vision of a 15-minute city where everyone can meet their daily needs within a short walk or roll from home.
To learn more and find more upcoming events to get out the vote, visit the YES on I-135 website at houseourneighbors.org.