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About Us

Our Mission

HBACC builders work with members, community partners, and leaders to create quality housing and communities for the betterment of the Central Coast.

Our Vision

​HBACC builder projects are approved in a timely manner, leading to cost-effective building of diverse, quality neighborhoods and cities

Our Values

  • Recognized as the authority on building industry issues

  • Continuous Quality Improvement with our customers (Builders and Members)

  • Strong partnerships and community relationships

  • Establishing stronger advocacy in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties

  • Reaching and maintaining healthy membership numbers (150 goal for 2020)

  • Maintaining strong, positive relationships with City and County Leaders

Our Goals

Goal #1: Achieve Financial Stability and Build Reserves
Goal #2: Streamline Membership, Marketing, PR, and Events
Goal #3: Increase Advocacy and Government Affairs Efforts
Goal #4: Get Organized and Streamline HBACC Processes

Our History

We were chartered by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in 1989, The Home Builders Association of the Central Coast (HBACC) is a 501(C)(6) non-profit California  association representing builders, developers and related industry professionals in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. When you become a member of the HBACC, you are automatically a member of the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).


HBACC's Impact

Home builders and members are: 

  • Your friends, neighbors, and community members

  • Your business partners, employers, and employees

  • Graduates of Cal Poly

  • Individuals who believe in Responsible Growth and have genuine concern for preserving the character and quality of life on the Central Coast

  • The people who built your home, neighborhoods, streets, parks, and bike paths 

  • Architects, engineers, carpenters, lenders, plumbers, realtors, and more

  • Taxpayers

  • Partners with subcontractors, suppliers, Realtors, farmers and others interested in private property rights

Home builders provide:

  • Shelter to home buyers and renters

  • Relief to the Housing Crisis and Homelessness Crisis

  • Financial security to home buyers

  • Revenue and funds for local and County governments

  • Land and financing to build neighborhood schools

  • Fees for infrastructure 

  • Assistance to create affordable housing

Home builders need:

  • A project approval process that is streamlined and predictable

  • Truth in zoning to know a general plan density actually has meaning

  • Building policies, codes, and regulation that help meet community housing needs

  • Government support for well-designed, suitably-located, higher-density developments

  • A fee system that targets our impacts instead of making us pay for existing societal problems

  • Coalition partners who want to work with us to achieve items listed above

Contact us

500 Terry Francine St.

San Francisco, CA 94158


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