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City of Fillmore City Council Meeting February 23, 2010 Revised Draft Housing Element Staff’s Recommendation Recommendation: Council to receive this report; Obtain public comment; Provide comments on the second draft;

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staff s recommendation
Staff’s Recommendation

Recommendation:

  • Council to receive this report;
  • Obtain public comment;
  • Provide comments on the second draft;
  • Direct staff to revise the draft accordingly, prepare the environmental impact document to begin the public hearings or provide a future meeting date to conclude Council’s review of the draft.
purpose of meeting
Purpose of Meeting
  • Introduce the second draft.
  • Obtain City Council comments.
overview
Overview

City General Plan:

  • “Maintain the City’s small town rural character in order to enhance the physical, emotional, and mental well being of the City’s residents” Goal #1
  • CURB
  • Sphere of Influence
  • Greenbelts
the housing element origin purpose
The Housing ElementOrigin & Purpose
  • Goal of California: Provide decent housing & suitable living environment for every Californian.
  • California Dept. of Housing & Community Development (HCD) allocates a region’s share of statewide housing need to Council’s of Government (COG) based on Dept. of Finance population projections & regional population forecasts used in preparing regional transportation plans.
housing element origin purpose
Housing ElementOrigin & Purpose
  • Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) develops regional housing need plan.
  • SCAG allocates the region’s share of the statewide need to cities and counties.
  • SCAG does not monitor the City’s compliance with RHNA. HCD will do that in the next Housing Element update.
what is a housing element
What is a Housing Element?
  • Per State law Housing Element must be part of City’s General Plan.
  • Assessment of existing and future City housing needs.
  • Contains policies and programs for the City to implement to achieve stated housing goals and objectives.
  • Addresses housing needs of disabled persons, farm workers, homeless persons, and other special needs groups.
  • Addresses housing needs for all income levels.
  • Per State law Housing Element must be updated every 5 to 7 years.
where are we in the update process
City Hired Consultant √

Public Workshops √

Prepared & Circulated 1st Draft for Public Review √

Received Public Input & Revised H.E. Draft √

Presented to Planning Commission the Second Draft √

Met w/Community Members and Housing Advocates on Second Draft √

Present to City Council to Review as a body

Prepare & process environmental document per CEQA

Circulate Revised Housing Element & Env. Document (MND) for public input

Begin Public Hearing Process w/P.C. & C.C.

Complete Hearings to Approve the Housing Element & Certify MND

Re-Send Housing Element to HCD 2nd review and certification

Where are we in the update process?
housing element update
Housing Element Update
  • RHNA for 2006-2014 planning period is 985 units.
  • Address “Unaccommodated Need” from the last planning period (1998-2005).
  • Address impacts of Measure I.
  • Appendix A – Inventory of Vacant & Under-developed Parcels.
  • Appendix B – Comments & Responses.
rhna countywide
RHNA Countywide
  • Fillmore 985 units
  • Camarillo 3,340 units
  • Moorpark 1,617 units
  • Ojai 433 units
  • Oxnard 7,093 units
  • Port Hueneme 180 units
  • Ventura 4,011 units
  • Santa Paula 2,241 units
  • Thousand Oaks 1,847 units
  • Simi Valley 3,383 units
  • Unincorporated 1,404 units
comments from hcd significant comments
Comments from HCDSignificant Comments
  • Inventory of Parcels (Appendix A) – provide adequate number of parcels of size and density to provide future affordable housing development.
  • Analyze and Address the effects of Measure I
  • Address the ‘unaccommodated need’ from the last planning period.
north fillmore specific plan measure i
North Fillmore Specific Plan & Measure I
  • Approved by the City on August 22, 2006.
  • Allowed construction of up to 700 dwelling units with a density up to 20u/ac.
  • Measure I was approved by the voters on November 4, 2008 amending the Land Use Element and the Specific Plan by reducing the density to 5u/ac for a maximum of 350 units.
  • The effects of Measure I need to be addressed in the Housing Element.
unaccommodated need
‘Unaccommodated Need’
  • The City must comply with Govt Code 65584.09:

“Where a local government failed to identify or make adequate sites available in the prior planning period, the jurisdiction must zone or rezone adequate sites to address the unaccommodated housing need within the first year of the new planning period. In addition to demonstrating adequate sites for the new planning period, the updated housing element must identify the unaccommodated housing need by income level”

(HCD Memo to Planning Directors dated June 20, 2007)

applicability of unaccommodated need
Applicability of ‘Unaccommodated Need’
  • The City did not implement Program 1.1.3 of the 2003 Housing Element to increase the density of the RM-H zone from 15u/ac to 20u/ac. Program 2.3.6 in the revised Housing Element addresses this issue.
  • City approved NFSP, which allowed density up to 20u/ac for a maximum 700 units in August 2006, but approval occurred after the 1998-2005 planning period.
applicability of unaccommodated need19
Applicability of ‘Unaccommodated Need’
  • How many units does the City need to accommodate from the last planning period?

- 118 units (not 79 units)

  • How many units will this Housing Element update plan for?

- Grand total of 1,103 units (985 + 118)

new programs in the housing element
New Programs in the Housing Element
  • Program 1.1.2 – Rezoning of Industrial Properties
  • Program 1.2.7 – Overcrowded Households
  • Program 1.2.8 – Purchase of Foreclosed Properties
  • Program 1.2.9 – Demolition Assistance
  • Program 2.1.3 – RDA First Time Homebuyer
  • Program 2.3.5 – Farmworker Housing Ordinance
  • Program 2.3.6 – Zoning Ordinance & General Plan Update
  • Program 2.3.7 – Condo Conversion Ordinance Update
  • Program 3.2.3 – Emergency Shelter, Transitional, & Supportive Housing Ordinance
what happens next
What Happens Next?
  • Incorporate comments received from Council
  • Complete the draft Environmental Document.
  • Circulate Revised Housing Element and Environmental Document for public review.
  • Complete Public Hearings & Approve Housing Element and Certify Environmental Document
  • Send HCD Approved Housing Element for second review and state certification
  • Adoption by City of certified Housing Element
comments responses appendix b
Comments & Responses (Appendix B)
  • California Dept. of Housing & Community Development (Correspondence 1)
  • Calif. Rural Legal Assistance (Correspondence 2)
  • House Farm Workers (Correspondence 3)
  • Mr. David Roegner (Correspondence 4)
  • City Workshop 1 (Correspondence 5)
  • Mr. Vance Johnson (Correspondence 6)
  • Ms. Gayle Washburn (Correspondence 7)
  • Ventura County Homeless & Housing Coalition (Correspondence 8)
  • City Workshop 2 (Correspondence 9)
california housing community development dept correspondence 1
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.1 (related to 1.28, 8.8) – Quantify and address the housing needs of the extremely low income.
  • Comment 1.2 (2.7,8.11, 8.9, 3.7) – Provide more information on the progress made to fulfill the current RHNA.
  • Comment 1.3 (2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.5, 9.9) – Address the Unaccommodated Need from the Last Planning Period.
california housing community development dept correspondence 126
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.4 - Analyze the realistic unit capacity of parcels.
  • Comment 1.5 (related to 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, 3.2) – Analyze the City’s dependence of small parcels to fulfill RHNA.
  • Comment 1.6 (2.2, 2.3, 2.8, 3.2, 8.2, 8.10) – Identify and analyze zones with density to encourage affordable housing.
california housing community development dept correspondence 127
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.7 ( related to 2.6, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.7) – Provide existing land use information on underdeveloped sites listed in Appendix A.
  • Comment 1.8 (5.9, 5.14, 7.12, 9.5, 9.12) – Assess environmental constraints on new development.
california housing community development dept correspondence 128
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comments 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, & 1.13 (related to 2.11, 2.14, 2.15, 8.4, 8.7) – Provide information on zones allowing a variety of housing types including emergency shelters, transitional/supportive housing, and housing for ag employees.
california housing community development dept correspondence 129
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.14 (related to 5.28) – Analyze the effects of development standards (land use controls) on development of new housing.
  • Comment 1.15 (2.2, 2.4, 3.5) – Address NFSP and the effects of Measure I.
  • Comment 1.16 – Analyze the effects of processing and permit procedures on new development.
california housing community development dept correspondence 130
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.17 (related to 2.16) – Analyze potential constraints on housing for the disabled.
  • Comment 1.18 – Analyze how subdivision requirements impact the cost and supply of housing.
  • Comment 1.19 – Identify any local amendments to the building code and asses how they impact new housing.
california housing community development dept correspondence 131
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.20 (related to 2.12, 2.16, 3.1, 7.7, 8.9) – Provide a detailed number of farmworkers in the City and County.
  • Comments 1.21, 1.22, 1.23, 1.24 (1.14, 5.28) – Describe actions the City will take to implement policies and achieve housing goals.
california housing community development dept correspondence 132
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comments 1.25, 1.26 (related to 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 2.14, 2.15, 8.4, 8.7)- Identify sites with zoning that encourage different types of housing for all income levels including emergency shelters, transitional housing, and supportive housing.
california housing community development dept correspondence 133
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.27 (related to 2.1, 2.3, 2.5, 3.5, 8.2) – Include a program to increase the density in the RM-H zone and identify sites with possible rezoning for higher density housing.
  • Comment 1.28 (1.1, 8.8) – Address the housing needs of the extremely low income category.
california housing community development dept correspondence 134
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.29 (related to 1.24, 1.20, 1.1, 2.12, 2.16, 3.1, 8.9, 7.7) – Address housing for special needs groups.
  • Comment 1.30 (1.14, 1.16, 1.17, 1.19, 3.3, 5.28, 2.16, 8.9, 8.6, 7.6, 4.1) – Include programs to remove govt. constraints on new housing and promote fair housing for all.
california housing community development dept correspondence 135
California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1
  • Comment 1.31- Describe how the City has complied with the public participation requirements of the update process and addressed public comment.
  • Comment 1.32 (related to 2.4) – Describe actions the City will take to achieve consistency among the elements of the General Plan.