Our City, Our Home Oversight Committee

Committee Overview l Agendas, Meeting Minutes & Materials l Committee Liaison Activities

At the November 6, 2018 general municipal election, the voters approved Proposition C, which imposed additional business taxes to create a dedicated fund (the Our City, Our Home Fund or “the Fund”) to support services for people experiencing homelessness and to prevent homelessness.

In 2019, the Board of Supervisors enacted an ordinance establishing an advisory committee to make recommendations to the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors to ensure that the City uses the tax revenue in a manner consistent with the intent of the ballot measure. Under that ordinance, the Committee must conduct a needs assessment every three years with respect to homelessness and homeless populations served by the Fund, and must make annual recommendations to the Board of Supervisors about appropriations from the Fund. The Committee is also responsible for promoting transparency and cultural sensitivity in the City’s implementation of Proposition C, soliciting input from impacted communities, identifying barriers to safe and successful exits out of homelessness, and proposing ways to eliminate or reduce the impact of those barriers.

The Controller’s Office provides administrative support to the Committee.

Article 28 Homeless Gross Receipts Tax Ordinance

Article XLI Our City Our Home Oversight Committee

Committee Information

Agendas, Meeting Minutes & Meeting Materials

SFGovTV Recordings of Committee Meetings

Our City, Our Home Oversight Committee Adopted Bylaws

Committee Liaison Activities

OCOH Budget Dashboard

OCOH Investment Planning

The Oversight Committee has engaged in a process to develop recommendations for the use of the Fund within the FY21-22 and FY22-23 City budget. The OCOH Investment Plan Final Report was approved on May 18, 2021

The Committee issued an early version of these recommendations to the Mayor’s Office on May 6, 2021 via this memo. Subsequent changes to these recommendations are reflected in the comparison documents and crosswalks linked below.

On June 30, 2021, the Board of Supervisors Budget and Appropriations Committee adopted a budget, which was approved by the full Board of Supervisors as of July 27, 2021. The Controller’s Office has prepared a Final OCOH FY21-22 and FY22-23 Budget and Investment Plan documenting the approved appropriations of the OCOH Fund in the new two-year budget.  The first tab includes the fund balances and appropriations by category, and additional tabs document the investments in more detail. 

View previously posted documents related to the City budget process here:

July 20, 2021 Final OCOH Budget

June 30, 2021 Comparison and Crosswalk

June 22, 2021 Comparison and Crosswalk

June 15, 2021 Comparison and Crosswalk

June 10, 2021 Comparison and Crosswalk