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Housing Information Reference List
The following are links to reports and reference material related to the City of Santa Monica's affordable housing programs.
City of Santa Monica 2013-2021 Housing Element
City of Santa Monica 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan
FY 2011-2014 Action Plan to Address Homelessness
FY 2013-2014 Proposition R Annual Report
FY 2013-2014 Proposition I Annual Report
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
HUD Community Planning & Development Cross Program Funding Matrix for Santa Monica, California
2014 Santa Monica Rent Control Board Consolidated Annual Report
February 28, 2012 City Council Report on Housing Needs Study Session
May 21, 2015 Slideshow Presentation on Community Corporation of Santa Monica
How Much do you Need to Earn to Afford a Modest Apartment in Your State? (National Low Income Housing Coalition)
New Housing Opportunity for Homeless Adults
Step Up On Colorado apartments is a 34-unit apartment building offering 32 studio units for homeless adults in Santa Monica. Applications for this project will be processed upon certification of eligibility from L.A. County Department of Health Services (DHS), Barker Property Management, and Brilliant Corners. Subsidy through DHS is available if eligible. Please click here for information on how to apply.
Mountain View Mobile Home Park Draft Revisions to Rules & Regulations
A draft copy of revisions to the rules & regulations for the affordable housing community at the Mountain View Mobile Home Park, located at 1930 Stewart Street, can be found here.
The Housing Division is dedicated to preserving
existing affordable housing in Santa Monica and creating new housing
opportunities for residents with low and moderate incomes. Pressures on the
existing housing stock in Santa Monica from market forces and changes to
state and federal laws will impact affordable housing opportunities for low
and moderate income persons and families. The Housing Division works with
private affordable housing developers and multifamily property owners to
ensure that economic diversity, a hallmark of Santa Monica, continues to
flourish and that longtime residents can remain in their households.
This MAP illustrates
the affordable housing developments in Santa Monica created through
investment of federal, state and local affordable housing funds.