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Inclusionary housing ordinances work through the local land use approvals process to either offer incentives or require developers to make part of market-rate housing affordable to lower-income households. More than 170 communities (cities and counties) in California have inclusionary housing laws.
But the programs for inclusive housing and the policies for inclusionary development vary from city to city – in Los Angeles and Orange County, Riverside and San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Clara County, Sacramento and Yolo County.
So, how can municipalities and market-rate developers keep track of the changing legislative landscape? And, how might you find the right balance between addressing housing needs for your city or county and keep affordability requirements feasible in your region?
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Find out who is building this inclusive housing with ordinances, policies, financing and programs that win the support of the community – even those with an active and vocal citizenry – and the cooperation of market-rate developers such as Shea Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, The Irvine Company, Chevron Land & Development, City Ventures, and Grapevine Advisors LLC.
Learn from the experience of other cities about the inclusionary housing ordinances, zoning, funding mechanisms and policies they implement to create more inclusive neighborhoods.
As one of the largest nonprofit builders of affordable housing in California, Jamboree understands the unique financial, legal, and social challenges associated with inclusionary housing, zoning, and ordinances. We currently have 90+ successful affordable housing communities in our portfolio, with many more in the process of being proposed, developed, or under construction.
The span of Jamboree’s inclusionary properties means that we are familiar with the ordinances and policies of cities across the state, with a depth of understanding current legislation and available funding and incentives.
Jamboree’s inclusionary properties throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County include cities such as Irvine, El Monte, Brea and even upscale coastal regions like San Clemente. See for yourself what successful inclusionary housing looks like in upscale neighborhoods and master-planned communities. Many of these award-winning developments are LEED for Homes Platinum, Gold, or Silver.
With exceptionally high housing costs in Southern California, Jamboree has helped ease the housing crisis by developing affordable housing communities in Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Claremont, Colton, Corona, Covina, El Monte, Fontana, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Puente, Laguna Beach, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Mission Viejo, Palm Springs, Riverside, San Clemente, San Diego, San Dimas, Santa Ana, and Temecula.
In Northern California, we’ve planned, developed and built quality affordable housing to reduce homelessness in Antelope, Citrus Heights, Fairfield, Gilroy, Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, West Sacramento, and Woodland. And, we have plans to continue to look beyond into other cities in Central California and Northern California.
At Jamboree, we believe it’s possible to strike the right balance between addressing housing needs for cities and keeping affordability requirements feasible. As a nonprofit affordable housing developer, Jamboree has been building quality inclusionary affordable housing since 2003 that’s won regional/national awards, the cooperation of market-rate developers, and the support of local neighborhoods.
Find out more about how Jamboree can help you fulfill your inclusionary housing requirements. Whether you’re considering proposed or approved inclusionary housing, we can help you achieve the benefits of economic inclusion that not only makes a more livable city, but that also builds a strong, healthy community.
Explore the possibilities of inclusionary housing solutions for your city or county today. Call (877) 804-8240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.