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About Home For All

Home for All SMC is a collaborative initiative comprised of the County of San Mateo, local governments, school districts, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, advocacy groups and businesses. The mission of Home for All is to establish a climate in San Mateo County where a diversity of housing is produced and preserved so that San Mateo County is a culturally, generationally, and economically diverse community with housing for all. It is administratively supported and funded by the County of San Mateo.

The Home for All Initiative builds on the work and momentum of the Closing the Jobs/Housing Gap Task Force. Led by Supervisors Carole Groom and Warren Slocum, the Home for All Initiative uses a variety of strategies to help close San Mateo County’s 11:1 jobs/housing gap (as of 2019). These include community conversations and public engagement around housing topics, sharing best practices for housing policy and funding solutions, and supporting innovative housing solutions like second units and educator and workforce housing development.

Home for All staff can be contacted at

Home for All Partners

Home for All is a countywide collaborative effort with a wide range of community partners working to build support and inspire action for a variety of housing options.


  • County of San Mateo*
  • City of Belmont*
  • City of Brisbane*
  • City of Burlingame*
  • City of Daly City*
  • City of East Palo Alto*
  • City of Half Moon Bay*
  • City of Menlo Park*
  • City of Pacifica*
  • City of Redwood City*
  • City of San Bruno*
  • City of San Carlos*
  • City of San Mateo*
  • City of South San Francisco*
  • Town of Colma*
  • Town of Hillsborough*
  • Town of Portola Valley*


  • City/County Association of Governments*
  • SamTrans
  • San Mateo County Community College District
  • San Mateo County Office of Education
  • The Housing Endowment and Regional Trust of San Mateo County (HEART)
  • Sequoia Union High School District
  • Belmont Redwood Shores School District
  • Jefferson Union High School District
  • Bayshore Elementary School District
  • South San Francisco Unified School District
  • Pacifica School District
  • Brisbane School District
  • San Mateo-Foster City School District
  • Burlingame School District
  • San Bruno Park School District
  • Ravenswood School District
  • Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Community Partners

  • Bay Area Forward
  • California Apartment Association
  • Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto
  • Congregational Church of San Mateo County
  • Eden Housing
  • Friends of Caltrain
  • Genentech
  • HIP Housing*
  • LinkedIn
  • Mental Health Association of San Mateo County*
  • MidPen Housing Corporation
  • Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California
  • Peninsula Solidarity Network*
  • Project Sentinel*
  • Redwood City San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce*
  • San Mateo County Economic Development Association (SAMCEDA)*
  • San Mateo County Housing Leadership Council*
  • Silicon Valley Bank
  • Silicon Valley Bike Coalition
  • SummerHill Housing Group
  • Sustainable San Mateo County
  • The Core Companies
  • TransForm
  • Symbium
  • SOUP
  • Hello Housing
  • City Systems
  • Rebuilding Together Penninsula
  • Facebook
  • LifeMoves
  • Samaritan House
  • Sares Regis
  • Thrive Alliance
  • South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

* Jurisdictions and agencies that have adopted the Home for All Resolution
* Organizations that have signed the Home for All Letter of Support

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