Housing Opportunities For All
Helping residents find their place in St. Pete
Mayor Welch's Housing Opportunities For All Plan
Opportunity starts at home. The City of St. Petersburg has a comprehensive 10-year plan to address housing affordability through logical housing policies to help middle- and working-class residents in St. Pete.
The 'Housing Opportunities For All' plan aims to:
- Produce new affordable units
- Preserve existing affordable housing
- Protect tenants
Follow Our Progress
Find current and planned affordable housing developments, actions taken, and more below.
Settle in St. Pete
Producing more affordable units to better meet the demand for housing in St. Pete
The City is committed to ensuring that residents can settle in St. Pete. Expanding housing programs, providing incentives to developers, and being strategic with funding and processes is the way to make accessible and affordable housing available to all. In addition to creating and preserving 3,200 more multi-family units, below are some ways the City is working towards increasing the housing supply in St. Pete.
LAUNCHING AND EXPANDING HOUSING PROGRAMS
Stay in St. Pete
Preserving existing affordable housing so residents can grow roots in St. Pete
The City is working to preserve units and homes, making current properties more livable long term. These solutions will also help prevent residents from falling into homelessness.
PROVIDING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO RESIDENTS
Stable in St. Pete
Protecting tenants to ensure they have safe and secure housing
The City of St. Petersburg is committed to addressing the needs of residents who rent. This commitment has been made possible through the consistent efforts of City Council and federal legislation work. We protect tenants by ensuring housing is safe and discouraging evictions through strong tenant protections.