Sacramento ACCE Action currently has several committees and tenant unions countywide working on housing justice! From neighbors holding their slumlords accountable to being on the front-line of major statewide policy campaigns like COVID-19 Rental Assistance program.
4600 47th Ave. Suite 206
Sacramento, CA 95824
916-288-8829 ext. 303
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Shifting the Electorate; Sacramento is in a rapidly shifting region of the state. But while the city's demographics are changing, the old guard politics remain. We know that for Sacramentians to win progressive policies we need to shift the electorate to more closely match the city's population AND we need to make sure those newly activated voters show up and vote their values at the polls. Sacramento ACCE is building out its electoral work by carrying out regular voter outreach programs with the help of dedicated staff and motivated volunteer precinct captains. Our goal is to build a base of 20,000 low propensity voters who we can count on to show up at the polls, at city council, and at the capitol to fight for the policies their communities want and need.
ACCE Members are playing a critical role in fighting for stronger tenant protections throughout Sacramento. Through continuous organizing, we’re able to create change by facilitating opportunities for renters to share their stories with the press, come to organizing meetings, making phone calls to legislators, protest, lobby visits with legislators, and continue to get more tenants to join us, raise their voices and fight back.
Get involved by contacting our office today at [email protected] or calling us at (916)288-8829.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated our already problematic housing crisis in Sacramento, more & more tenants are being harassed, threatened, & retaliated for exercising their Rights! Our committee of ACCE leaders believe that to ensure safe & sustainable rental units there needs to be a simpler way to connect with Code Enforcement when property managers & or landlords are not working with them to maintain the property. They also believe that an open relationship with City Council members, City Staff & Code Enforcement is needed to support one & other to be able to work on these issues together. Staff & tenants have had no luck reaching out to Code Enforcement staff by email or phone initiate a meeting. We have launched our own ACCE tool to support tenants in inspecting their rental units. This Tenant Self Check form was developed for tenants to be able to easily report their rental units & be supported as property owners are already supported by Code Enforcement, city staff & the California Apartment Association. We aim to identify trends in slumlord tactics and work with the City of Sacramento to hold these Slumlords accountable.