The City of Roseville has completed the 2013 - 2021 draft update to the Housing Element of the General Plan and it is now available for public review and comment (see link below).
The Draft Housing Element update may also be reviewed at the City of Roseville Permits Center, 311 Vernon Street, during normal business hours.
The Housing Element is required to identify and analyze existing and projected housing needs in order to preserve, improve and develop housing for all economic segments of the community.
The Housing Element update will cover the City’s housing policies, goals and objectives for the eight-year planning period 2013 through 2021. The updated Housing Element will also address the following topics required by State law:
* An evaluation of accomplishments under the 2008 - 2013 adopted Housing Element;
* A statement of the Housing Plan to address the City’s identified housing needs, including housing goals, policies, and programs;
* An analysis of the City’s demographic profile, housing characteristics, and existing and future housing needs;
* An evaluation of the land, financial, and organizational resources available to address the City’s identified housing needs and goals;
* An analysis of market, governmental, and non-governmental constraints affecting the production of housing.
The updates to the document are highlighted. If you prefer a red line version please contact the persons identified below.
All interested parties are invited to review the draft document and express their opinions. The public comment period is sixty (60) days and will close on May 1, 2013. If you have any questions or written comments, please contact Kathy Pease, Senior Planner (916) 774-5434, at 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678; or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Initial Study for the Housing Element
Housing Element Negative Declaration
2012-2013 Housing Element Final Draft
Draft 2013 - 2021 Housing Element
The purpose of the Housing Element is to identify and analyze existing and projected housing needs in an effort to preserve, improve and develop housing for all economic segments of the community.
View the complete 2008-2013 Housing Element
Summary of the Housing Element
City-Wide Housing Goals introduces the overall goals and quantified objectives for the Housing Element. Included are general discussions on Roseville’s share of the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA), cost of providing the RHNA, subsidies available for funding the RHNA, and the City’s 10% Affordable Housing Goal.
Affordable Housing specifically addresses the policies, strategies and implementation measures aimed at achieving the City’s goal for producing affordable housing.
Residential Land Inventory (RLI) assesses the City’s residential land uses and ability to supply housing for all income level households in the community.
Special Housing Needs evaluates special needs, such as those of the elderly, disabled, handicapped, large families, female heads of household, farmworkers, and families and persons in need of emergency shelter. Included are Goal, Policies, and Implementation Measures.
Constraints to Housing Production addresses governmental and non-governmental constraints to the development of affordable housing. Included are Goal, Policies, and Implementation Measures to address constraints.
Residential Energy Conservation discusses the importance of energy conservation issues in development of a comprehensive housing plan.
Equal Housing Opportunity lists Roseville’s programs in relation to this issue.
Monitoring Program indicates the measures the City utilizes in updating the needs and gauging the success of its housing programs. Included are annual Economic, Demographic, and Employment Profile (which provides data on the City's housing market), annual monitoring of Affordable Housing Development Agreements, and the Housing and Community Development Annual Housing Element Report.
Federal, State and Local Programs summarizes the federal, state and local programs available to Roseville to help meet its housing needs.
Housing Element Review examines policies, implementation measures and specific programs included in the 2002 Housing Element and determines their effectiveness.
Public Participation Process summarizes the public process for the Housing Element and contains specific input from participant groups and individuals.
Housing Element Appendix is included within the overall General Plan Appendix at the end of the document.
HCD Final Approval of Housing Element 2009
Public Hearing Notice: City Council Meeting August 5, 2009
Public Hearing Notice and Notice of Negative Declaration Availability
HCD Approval of Draft Housing Element
Housing Element Environmental Update
City Response to HCD Comments
HCD Review Comments
Contact the Housing Division with questions about Housing programs.