Housing vouchers and guaranteed income could transform our city and help suffering citizens get housed.
Allow the market to build way more housing — and build way more outside the market.
As temperatures rose, Seattle Fire saw a huge jump in calls for service. A disproportionate number were for people experiencing homelessness.
When property rights are pitted against housing as a human right, things get messy.
Landlord groups claim government intervention to prevent displacement actually hurts renters. Let’s take a closer look.
What details about housing, homelessness, taxes and policing can candidates give you to help you cast your ballot?
Leaders of Native-led organizations focusing on homelessness have critiqued recent funding directives from the city.
The authors of the homelessness initiative have pulled a page from the Tim Eyman playbook, using a hot-button issue that could drive turnout and force candidates to take a stand.
Even informed opinions on how the proposed charter amendment would actually tackle homelessness vary wildly. That should be a red flag for voters.
Help for renters and homeowners is on the way as the state’s eviction moratorium is set to expire June 30.
The candidates are competing to give us money with no strings attached. How do their ideas stack up?
A new campaign to address the city’s homelessness crisis says existing funds are all we need. That’s doubtful.
The city has not enforced its 72-hour parking limit for the past year. Resumption has some worried about the fate of people living in RVs.
Crosscut is collecting stories from the pandemic about eviction, rental debt and homelessness. Share yours.
A bill moving through the state Legislature could set up a public bank to address our vast infrastructure needs.
Residential tenants aren’t the only ones who need it. Small businesses and nonprofits do, too.