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City of Santa Clause Rosa Lodging Component Redesign

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  1. City of Santa Rosa Housing Element Update October 2, 2008

  2. Santa Rosa 2035 General Plan Revision • Focused on Housing Element update • Will incorporate key policies from other plans • Will include policies related to climate protection • To be completed by June 2009

  3. Housing Element Update • Introductory Housing Meeting • Background data collection/sites inventory • Presentation of background data – meeting 2 • Policy development • Release of draft Housing Element/General Plan • Presentation of draft Housing Element • Other opportunities for public involvement

  4. Tonight’s Agenda • Housing Element update program • HAP Background Report information • Comments on Draft HE background information • Current HE policies and programs

  5. Housing Allocation Plan Report • Station Area Specific Plan policy • Acreage based to unit based program • Mixed use exemption • Affordability at 20% very low/low, 20% moderate and 60% above moderate

  6. Housing Allocation Plan • Requires projects of 15 or more acres provide 15% of units for low incomes • Most projects pay fee in lieu • 20+ acre projects may provide units off site • Land dedication is an option • Exemptions

  7. Report analyzes: • Effects of an on-site requirement • 15 percent affordable to low income • 20 percent affordable to low income • 10 percent affordable to very low, 10 percent to low, 20 percent moderate • Change from acreage based to unit based requirement • Elimination of exemption for mixed use developments • On site versus fees for off site production

  8. On site affordable requirement may: • Reduce prices developers will pay for land • Integrate affordable units in new development • Scatter affordable units • Decrease funds available for affordable housing • Not reach lower level of affordability

  9. Unit based requirement • More projects required to provide affordable units on site • Reduce prices developers will pay for land • Decrease funds available for affordable housing

  10. Elimination of mixed use exemption • Reduce prices developers will pay for land • Fees or units would be generated in mixed use projects • On site requirement reduces land budget but less than for residential projects due to value of retail component

  11. On site versus off site productionOn site: • Disperses units throughout the city, in each project • Ensures concurrent construction of affordable units • Level of affordability could be less

  12. On site versus off site productionIn lieu fees (off site): • Fees can be leveraged to obtain other funds • Deeper level of subsidy may be achieved • Units developed are typically rentals, whose long term affordability is more certain

  13. Next Steps – HAP Report • Posted on website for public review • Integration with Housing Element

  14. Full report available:www.srcity.org(Departments>City Admin>Advance Planning)

  15. Draft Housing Element Background • Existing conditions – housing costs and supply, special needs, constraints, programs • Comments / questions

  16. Housing Element Policies & Programs • Existing policies • Existing housing programs

  17. General Plan Update Timeframe • Draft General Plan December 2008 • Submittal of Housing Element to State • Boards/Commission review in early 2009 • City Council April 2009