Important NEW Information: AB 1793 (Statutes of 2015)
Assembly Bill 1793 (Chaptered September 27, 2014, effective January 1, 2015) amended Health & Safety Code (HSC) Section 34176.1(f) to add new provisions:
- (12)(A)-(D) to report additional “housing fund” data. New additional housing data required to be annually reported pursuant to H&SC 34176.1(f) are:
- (12) An inventory of homeownership units assisted by the former redevelopment agency or the housing successor that are subject to covenants or restrictions or to an adopted program that protects the former redevelopment agency’s investment of moneys from the Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section 33334.3. This inventory shall include all of the following information:
- (A) The number of those units.
- (B) In the first report pursuant to this subdivision, the number of units lost to the portfolio after February 1, 2012, and the reason or reasons for those losses. For all subsequent reports, the number of the units lost to the portfolio in the last fiscal year and the reason for those losses.
- (C) Any funds returned to the housing successor as part of an adopted program that protects the former redevelopment agency’s investment of moneys from the Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund.
- (D) Whether the housing successor has contracted with any outside entity for the management of the units and, if so, the identity of the entity.
Redevelopment Successor agencies and local governments are required to report housing data via:
(1) the successor agency’s Internet Web site and
(2) the local government’s housing element Annual Progress Report (APR) to HCD (pursuant to Government Code Section 65400). For APR reporting purposes, the housing fund data specified in HSC Section 34176.1(f)(1)-(12) can be attached to the APR submitted to HCD each year by the April 1 due date.
- Update! Successor Housing Agency Annual Report Requirements (March 2015) – (Adobe PDF)
State Department of Housing
Housing Policy Division
2020 West El Camino Ave., Suite 500
Sacramento, California 95833
Former Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Reporting
Before dissolution of RDAs in 2012 State Redevelopment law (Health and Safety Code Sections 33080-33080.7) required redevelopment agencies (RDAs) to annually report to Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the State Controller's Office (SCO). In reporting to HCD, RDAs only had to report low-mod fund data.
HCD Statewide Reports on Redevelopment Agencies: