- Sep 6, 2000
In CA the only answer seems to be to reduce local control though state legislation. Like they've already done with ADUs. None of the wealthy enclaves in the peninsula or SF itself are going allow the problem to be fixed because they don't want to.
Not all places are like this though. Minneapolis just pushed through a major reform allowing triplexes as of right on all previously single family lots with no extra parking requirements.
That goes against current trends of actually stopping new housing and other development due to concerns about school overcrowding and such.