LandWatch-Monterey County Insights-Housing
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LandWatch Housing Data (DRAFT)
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Jurisdiction2015 Housing Units (1)Permanently Affordable Housing Units (2)Affordable Units as % of Total UnitsNotesConfirmed with jurisdictionGeneral Plan & Housing Element Last Updated
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Greenfield3,79446612.3%CHISPA housing (227 units), others in Housing Element and projects that have been constructed since that was completed last year, per Mic Steinmann, Community Services Director. "All of these units are inclusionary housing units and/or subject to affordability deed restrictions. The deed restrictions are not for perpetuity but typically for 50 – 55 years."YesGeneral Plan 2005-2010, Housing element 2016,
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Marina7,3344766.5%2015 Housing Element Update, Table 35 (pg 34)YesGeneral Plan 2008-2014, Interim Housing Element 2015 – 2023 adopted 2016
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Sand City176105.7%Sand City 2016 Housing Element.NoGeneral Plan last updated 2002 for 2002-2017, Housing element 2016
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Soledad3,9271944.9%CHISPA (194 units)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2009?
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Seaside10,9134414.0%Seaside Housing Element, 2009-2014, Table 26: Inventory of Assisted Rental Housing (pg. 29)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2009-2014 (currently updating)
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Monterey13,6375404.0%City of Monterey 2015-2023 Housing Element, Table 24 2015 Affordable Housing Inventory - includes CHISPA (26 units)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Carmel3,4171093.2%Assisted Rental housing (59 units) from housing element + 50 units managed by the Carmel FoundationRequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Gonzales1,987361.8%CHISPA housing (36 units)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Monterey County (Unincorporated)38,7836081.6%Monterey County 2015 Housing Element, pg. 38 (349 units); MidPen Housing Corp (134 units); CHISPA (125 units at Moro Cojo not in County element)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Salinas43,0012,0034.7%CHISPA (674 units)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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King City3,283501.5%CHISPA housing (50 units)RequestedGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Pacific Grove8,184680.8%City of Pacific Grove Housing Element 2015-2023YesGeneral Plan & Housing element 2015-2023
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Del Rey Oaks74100.0%LandWatch State of Monterey County Report 1999RequestedGeneral Plan 1998, Final Review Draft Housing element 2006
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Total139,1775,0013.6%
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References
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1 - AMBAG 2018 Regional Growth Forecast, Oct. 12, 2016 Pg A-43
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2 - Stock of permanently affordable rental and owner-occupied housing collated from city and county housing elements and nonprofit housing providers (see notes). No central database exists.
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Permanance guaranteed by inclusionary housing registry, deed restrictions, or public/nonprofit ownership.
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