Housing Compliance Reports

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The San Marcos Redevelopment Agency is required to report all rehabilitated units or new housing units developed or assisted with funds from the Low and Moderate Housing Fund and counted towards the Redevelopment Agency's housing production or replacement housing obligations. The City elected to retain the housing assets and affordable housing functions of the former redevelopment agency, as the housing successor, subject to the affordable housing-related provisions of California Redevelopment Law (CRL) in January 2012.

AB 987 Report

In accordance with the provisions of AB 987, the San Marcos Redevelopment Agency, prior to its dissolution on February 1, 2012, prepared a database of affordable housing units in the City of San Marcos that were either (a) developed or otherwise assisted with Low and Moderate Income Housing Funds; or (b) otherwise counted toward the Agency’s inclusionary and replacement housing obligations imposed by Section 33413 of the CRL. An electronic copy of the Agency’s AB 987 Database is provided below.

City of San Marcos AB 987 Affordable Housing Database

Please note: The AB 987 does not represent a complete inventory of affordable housing units located within the City of San Marcos, nor does it represent currently available affordable housing units within the City of San Marcos. For additional information on affordable housing opportunities in the City of San Marcos, please visit the Rental Assistance webpage.

SB 341 Report

On October 13, 2013, the Governor approved Senate Bill 341 (SB 341) which amended provisions of the CRL relating to the functions to be performed by the housing successor and required new annual reporting. SB 341 went into effect on January 1, 2014. In September 2014, AB 1793 was approved by the Governor, amending SB 341 to add additional annually reporting requirements for homeownership units.

SB 341 and AB 1793 changed the former annual reporting requirements of redevelopment agencies previously provided to both the State Controller’s Office (SCO) and the State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). The requirement to report annually to the SCO has been eliminated. By December 31st each year, housing successors are now required to provide an independent financial audit to its governing body within six months after the end of each fiscal year; report specified housing financial and activity information as an addendum to the Annual Housing Element Progress Report submitted to HCD; and post specific information on the housing successor’s website. The report contains all of the information required by SB 341 and AB 1793

City of San Marcos SB 341 Report (coming soon)


Equal Housing OpportunityFair Housing (replace text with image of same name) The City of San Marcos is committed to providing equal housing opportunity for all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, familial status or any other protected class under Federal and State Law. If you believe you have been a victim of discrimination, or have any questions about fair housing, please contact Legal Aid Society of San Diego at (844) 449-3500. You may also contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Fair Housing hotline (800) 669-9777.

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