How do we fix Virginia’s housing crisis? Join VPLC for a Tenant Town Hall this summer

Friday, May 31st, 2024

We don’t need to tell you, Virginia is in the middle of a housing crisis. Lawmakers, courts, and funders need to do something. But what?

We need to hear from you. VPLC is hosting a series of housing discussions across Virginia this summer, and we want to know: what are your experiences with the housing crisis? What does your community need? What are your ideas for change?

Join us at one of the events listed below to share your thoughts. VPLC lawyers will also provide information about tenants’ legal rights and how to protect them.

Registration is requested, but not required. Click the link for the event(s) you would like to attend below to complete your registration: 

  • Tuesday, June 11 | Richmond Public Library, Main Branch | REGISTER HERE
  • Thursday, June 20 | Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing Authority | REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday, June 25 | Bristol Envision Center | REGISTER HERE
  • Wednesday, June 26 | New River Community Action Agency (Radford) | REGISTER HERE
  • Monday, July 1 | Virtual | REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday, July 2 | Jordan-Newby Branch Library at Broad Creek (Norfolk) | REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday, July 9 | Fredericksburg Public Library | REGISTER HERE

VPLC fights for better laws, policies, and funding to improve access to safe, affordable housing. Visit to learn more. For information about how to fight an eviction and your legal rights as a renter, visit the Eviction Defense Center at

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