Affordable Housing

City sets aside habitat land

Land will allow  Mission Cove  affordable housing project to move forward

Grant helps close funding gap for affordable housing project

Grant helps close funding gap for affordable housing project

OCEANSIDE — The planned Mission Cove affordable housing project recently received a $295,000 Wells Fargo UrbanLIFT Community Grant, which will help close a $2.5 million funding gap for the $92 million project that will be built on Mission Avenue.

Council raises in-lieu fee for housing development

Council raises in-lieu fee for housing development

ENCINITAS — An agenda item to consider a developer’s fee sparked a debate over the city’s formula for collecting money for affordable housing.

Owners must pay when reducing units in Del Mar

DEL MAR — Property owners will soon have to ante up when sizing down in Del Mar.

City allocates $650K to affordable housing

OCEANSIDE — City Council voted to allocate $650,000 of the $5.6 million from the Laguna Vista mobile home park sale to the Mission Cove affordable housing project on Wednesday.

City OKs partnership for affordable housing

DEL MAR — Council members voted 4-1 at the Feb. 19 meeting to adopt a resolution initiating an informal partnership with the 22nd District Agricultural Association, a move that could help Del Mar meet its affordable housing requirement.

Oceanside strives to spark building and ensure inclusionary housing

OCEANSIDE — City Council gave the OK to move forward with the Affordable Housing Ad-Hoc Committee plan in a 4-1-workshop vote Wednesday.

Oceanside moves step closer to affordable housing project

OCEANSIDE — The city is a step closer to breaking ground on the Mission Cove affordable housing project on the 3200 block of Mission Avenue after Housing Commission and City Council OKs.

Committee continues discussions over city’s future housing

ENCINITAS — The General Plan Advisory Committee, (GPAC) met Monday to discuss mapping out the city’s future affordable housing placement.

SB 1220 would be economic boon

When the California Supreme Court dissolved redevelopment agencies last year, it also eliminated the largest source of state funding for creating much-needed affordable homes — $1 billion annually.