Housing and Economic Development 
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Santa Monica, CA 90405

Housing Reports

 

 Below are several reports that are provided by the City of Santa Monica for Public Information 

 

 

 Proposition R Annual Reports 

These are the annual reports concerning the implementation of the City’s Affordable Housing Production Program, Santa Monica Municipal Code Section 9.56 et seq., and the production of affordable housing in the City during a given fiscal year reporting period. 

FY 2015-2016 Report

FY 2014-2015 Report 

FY 2013-2014 Report 

 FY2012-2013 Report

 FY2011-2012 Report   

 FY2010-2011 Report

 FY2009-2010 Report

 FY2008-2009 Report

 FY2007-2008 Report 

 FY2006-2007 Report 

 FY2005-2006 Report

 FY2004-2005 Report

 FY2003-2004 Report 

 FY2002-2003 Report

 FY2001-2002 Report

 FY2000-2001 Report

 FY1999-2000 Report

 FY1998-1999 Report 

 Proposition I Annual Reports 

 These are the annual reports required by Article XXI of the City Charter regarding “low rent housing projects” that are subject to Article XXXIV of the State Constitution and that have received City planning approval or funding commitments during a given fiscal year reporting period.

FY 2015-2016 Report 

FY 2014-2015 Report  

FY 2013-2014 Report

 FY 2012-2013 Report

 FY 2011-2012 Report

 FY 2010-2011 Report 

 FY 2009-2010 Report 

 FY2008-2009 Report 

 FY2007-2008 Report

 FY2006-2007 Report

 FY2005-2006 Report 

 FY2004-2005 Report

 FY2003-2004 Report

 FY2002-2003 Report

 FY2001-2002 Report

 FY2000-2001 Report

 FY1999-2000 Report

 AFFIRMATIVE FAIR HOUSING MARKETING PLAN 

 The Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan is a marketing strategy designed to attract renters and buyers of all majority and minority groups, regardless of sex, handicap and familial status, to assisted rental units and sales of dwellings that are being marketed.  The City of Santa Monica Housing Division, and affordable housing project owners must adopt affirmative marketing procedures and requirements for any housing with five or more units by the federal HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME).  Affirmative marketing differs from general marketing activities because it specifically targets potential tenants and homebuyers who are least likely to apply for the housing, in order to make them aware of available affordable housing opportunities.

This marketing plan and procedure is a guide to assist the City of Santa Monica Housing Division and its recipients and subrecipients receiving (HOME) funds. It summarizes affirmative fair housing marketing plans and affirmative fair housing marketing procedures as required by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

ANALYSIS OF IMPEDIMENTS TO FAIR HOUSING CHOICE

 The Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, or "AI" for short, is a component of the fair housing requirement of the Consolidated Plan and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Regulations. As part of the Consolidated Plan, federal grantees such as Santa Monica must submit a certification which requires them to undertake Fair Housing Planning through completion of the AI. The AI reviews both public and private sector regulations, conditions or other possible obstacles that may impact access to fair housing choice. Based on this assessment, the AI establishes an action plan to address identified fair housing impediments.

 

 

 

 

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