As part of our public policy and advocacy work, the Cape Cod Chamber looks to advance initiatives that support housing for varied lifestyles and life stages, support temporary housing solutions for seasonal workers, and support zoning reform that enables smart growth and housing stock diversity.
This fall, towns across the Cape will host special town meetings to address and approve their housing-related initiatives. Several towns are working on zoning reform to address both seasonal and year-round housing. Additionally, many are seeking funding for housing-affordability needs as well as proposing initiatives toward wastewater and infrastructure, both of which directly impact housing.
For a complete rundown of each town’s upcoming special meeting and what to expect, click here to view Housing Assistance Corporation’s guide.
More ways you can get involved in the housing conversation:
-Join the Cape Cod Chamber at our next Advocacy in Action session, which will focus on the local housing crisis, on Tuesday, October 18th. Topics to be covered will include market-rate housing, affordable housing development and construction challenges, the changing face of homelessness, causes of housing instability, and how other communities house their seasonal workforce. Click here to learn more and register.
-Housing to Protect Cape Cod will host its inaugural summit on Thursday, November 3rd, where HPCC will unveil their vision for solving the Cape's housing crisis and how you can get involved. Click here to learn more and register.