City of Clovis City of Coalinga City of Fowler Fresno County City

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1 A Re g Fresno C o E x F 2 0 g ional P l
A Re g Fresno C o E x F 2 0 g ional P l o unty | Clo v Mendot an for A v is | Coalin g a | Parlier | u tiv Mul t 0 23 H o A ddres a | Fowler Reedley | S e Su ing H o r | Huron | S an Joaqu m m a s Ele m o using erman | Ki in | Sange r Ad nal ent N eed | Selma o City of Clovis City of Coalinga City of Fowler Fresno County City of Huron City of Kerman City of Kingsburg City of Mendota City of Parlier City of Reedley City of Sanger City of San Joaquin City of Selma Rob Terry, AICP, Principal Regional Planner Clark Thompson, Senior Regional Planner Lindsey Chargin, Senior Regional Planner Mintier Harnish Chelsey Payne, AICP, Project Manager Larry Mintier, FAICP, Project Advisor Ted Holzem, Principal Planner Dov Kadin, Planner Renée Funston, Research Assistant Veronica Tam Associates Veronica Tam, AICP, Principal Jessica Suimanjaya, AICP, Planner Mayra Navarro, Planner Community Development Tom Brinkhuis, Analyst Tina Sumner, Former Community and Economic Development Director, City of Clovis Services Director, City of Clovis Heidi Crabtree, Housing Program Coordinator, City of Clovis Sean Brewer, Director of Community Development, City of Coalinga Mohammad Khorsand, Supervising Planner, Fresno County Thomas Skinner, Valley Planning Consultants Jack Castro, City Manager, City of Huron Olivia Pimentel, Planning Technician, City of Kerman Helen Nazaroff, Executive Secretary, City of Kerman David Brletic, Contract Planner, City of Kerman, Vince DiMaggio, City Manager, City of Mendota Matt Flood, Economic Development Manager, City of Mendota Jeffrey O’Neal, AICP, City Planner, City of Kevin Fabino, Community Development Director, City of Reedley Ellen

2 Moore, Assistant Planner, City of Reedl
Moore, Assistant Planner, City of Reedley Keith Woodcock, AICP, CEP, City Planner, City of Roseann Galvan, Administrative Analyst, City of Selma Bruce O’Neal, Planning Consultant Land Use Associates, City of Parlier and City of Fowler Holly Owen, AICP, Planning Consultant Land Use Associates, City of Kingsburg and City of San EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016 1This page is intentionally left blank. 2 I F p T c H r c j u K S 6 D b d u D s i c i T o o p EXE C I NTR alifornia H o g eneral plans g eneral plan a h elp of the F r E lement for t h a n opportunit y r ather than j u t he county to F resno Coun t p reparing a j o T he primary o c ertified hou s H ousing Ele m r esources to a c ounties with urisdictions tate Housin g 6 5589, Chap t D evelopment y reporting d ecide when u pdated ever y D ecember 31 s ubmitted to mprovement he docume n o f the housin g o bjectives wi t p olicies and p C UTIVE SUM M O DUC using Eleme n . In Califor n a nd housing e r esno Counci h e fifth roun d y for county w st at the loc a work togeth e t y region. In o int housing e o b jective of t h s ing elemen t m ent represe n a ddress the re g fewer jurisd i are particip a M endota, Parli g Element re q t e r 1143, Ar t (HCD) to a d its written fi n to update th e y eight year s , 2015 th r o u HCD for c and analysis a nd 3) goal s , and develop N G ELE M n t serves as t h g element is t o t h regard to h p rograms that M ARY - FRES N T ION law requir e ia it is typic e lement. Ho w l of Govern m d of housing w ide housing a l level. Regi o e r to accomm o addition, e c lement. h e project w a t for all 1

3 3 n ts an innova t g ion’s housi n i ct
3 n ts an innova t g ion’s housi n i ctions, was a a ting in the er, Reedley, S q uirements ar t icle 10.6. T d ministe the l n dings to th e e i r general p l s . The Mult i u gh Decemb e c of existing a n s , policies, a men of hous M ENT P U h e 2015-2023 o identify a c h ousing prod u the commun i N O MULTI-JU s every juri s a l for each c ever, Fresno m ents (FCOGelement updissues and n e o nal efforts a o date the Re g c onomies of a s to prepare a participatin ive approac h n g needs. The a major unde r effort: Fres n S e framed in t h T he law requ i l aw by revie w e local juris d l ans, State H i -Jurisdiction r 31, 2023, b y Decem b n d projected a nd implem e ing for all ec o U RPOS Housing El e ommunity’s ction, rehab i i ty will impl e R ISDICTIONA diction to pr e c ity or count y County and 1 ), have elect e ates. The M u e eds to be m o a lso provide t g ional Housi n scale results a regional pl a g jurisdiction s to m eeting regional ho u r taking for F C n o County, C Sanger, and S h e Californi a i res the Stat e w ing housing d iction. Alth o ousing Elem a l Housing E and had to b er 31, 201 5 local housin g e ntation pro g o nomic seg m E ment for 13 j c urrent (201 4 i litation, con s e men to achi e L HOUSING E e pare and ad o y to prepare 1 2 of the 15 c e d to prepare u lti-Jurisdicti re effectivel y t he opportun i n g Needs All o in significa n a n addressing s . The Fres n S tate Housin g u sing element C OG and the C lovis, Coal i S elma. Governmen t e Departme n elements fo r o ugh State la w m en law man d E lement will b e adopted b 5 . The Hou s g needs; 2) a n g rams for t h m ents of

4 the p o j urisdictions ) housing ne e
the p o j urisdictions ) housing ne e s ervation to m e ve the state d LEMENT | AD o p t a housin g and maintai n c ities in Fres n a Multi-Juri s o nal Housin g y addressed a i ty for the lo c o cation (RH N n t cost savi n housing nee d n o County M g Element la w t approach, w h 13 jurisdicti o i nga, Fowler , t Code, Secti o nt of Housin g r compliance w allows lo c dates that h o cover the p b y each indi v s ing Elemen t n identificati o h e rehabilita t o in Fresno C o e ds; state the m ee those ne e d goals and o b OPTED APRI L g element as p n its own se p n o County, w i s dictional H o g Element pr o a t the regiona l c al governm e N A) assigned n gs to jurisdi c d s through a s M ulti-Jurisdi and coordi n h ile tested in o ns. The foll o , Huron, K e o ns 65580 t h g and Com m with State la w c al governme n o using eleme n p lanning per i v idual agenc y t included: o n of resourc e t ion, mainte n o unty. The p u region’s goa e ds; and defi n b jectives. 2016 p ar of p arate th the o using level e nts in to the c tions single ating o wing rough unity and nts to n ts be i od of y , and 1) an e s and n ance, rpose ls and n e the FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016 1-3The housing element is a required element of the general plan. State law requires that the housing element be consistent with the other elements of the jurisdictions’ general plan. The policies and implementation programs in this housing element are consistent with the policies and implementation programs in the other elements of each jurisdiction’s general plan. However, if during the implementation of the hous

5 ing element, any inconsistencies are ide
ing element, any inconsistencies are identified, a local government would need to amend its general plan to maintain consistency with other elements of the general plan. As other elements of the general plan are amended in the future, the local governments must also review the Housing Element and update as necessary to ensure internal consistency is maintained. HOUSING ELEMENT ORGANIZATION The Housing Element is organized into the major sections listed below. Each section may be accessed by clicking on the title of that section within this document. [NOTE: A copy of the entire adopted plan, as well as appendices, background and other supporting documentation can be found on Fresno COG’s website at: http://www.fresnocog.org/multi-jurisdictional- . If you are reviewing a paper copy of this document, please refer to website address listed in the prior sentence.] Section 1. IntroductionAn introduction, reviewing the purpose, process, and scope of the Housing Element; Section 2. Housing Needs Assessment An analysis of the demographic profile, housing characteristics, and existing and future housing needs; Section 3. Opportunities for Residential Development A summary of the land, financial, and organizational resources available to address the identified housing needs and goals. This section also includes an analysis of opportunities for energy conservation in residential development; Section 4. Housing Development Constraints An analysis of the potential market, governmental, and environmental constraints in the region; and Section 5. Housing Goals and Policies The regional goals and policies that will help meet diverse housing needs. The Housing Element also inclu

6 des two Appendices. Appendix 1 includes
des two Appendices. Appendix 1 includes a summary of public input and a listing of the residential care facilities in Fresno County. Appendix 2 is organized into separate appendices for each jurisdiction, with links provided for each below. The appendices are structured as follows: Implementation Programs and Quantified Objectives: Details jurisdiction-specific implementation programs to be carried out over the planning period to address the regional housing Describes the jurisdiction-specific sites available to meet the RHNA; 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016mental constraints to the maintenance, development of housing; andEvaluation of Previous Housing Element: When applicable, describes the progress implementing the previous housing element’s policies and actions.An analysis of the at-risk units by jurisdiction as well as the preservation options.Each agency’s individual appendix can be accessed by clicking the individual agency name from the list below. [NOTE: If you are reviewing a paper copy of this document, please refer to website address listed above referencing the entire document.]Fresno County City of Clovis City of Coalinga City of Fowler City of Huron City of Kerman City of Kingsburg City of Mendota City of Parlier City of Reedley City of San Joaquin City of Sanger City of Selma AND ENGAGEMENT State law requires local governments to make a diligent effort to achieve public participation of all socioeconomic segments of the community in the development of the housing element. All public comments are included in Appendix 1A of the Housing Element. The comments received at the workshops and through the

7 online survey were considered in the pre
online survey were considered in the preparation of the document, specifically in the goals, policies, and implementation programs. Workshops and Online Survey On March 4, 2015, the participating jurisdictions held two workshops for key stakeholders and community members interested in housing issues in the county. The City of Selma hosted a workshop at the City Council Chambers located at 1710 Tucker Street in the city of Selma from 10 am to 12 pm. The City of Kerman hosted the second workshop at the Community Center located at 15101 West Kearney Boulevard in the city of Kerman from 2 pm to 4 pm. Participants listened to a short introductory presentation about the Housing Element Update and were asked to provide input on key issues, barriers, and opportunities for creating affordable housing in the county. In total, 33 stakeholders attended the workshops. The participating FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016 1-5jurisdictions and the Housing Element Update consultants publicized the workshops using email announcements, phone calls, and flyers posted and distributed throughout the county in both English and Spanish. The consultants sent out the first workshop email announcement on February 17, 2015, and a reminder email announcement on March 3, 2015, a day before the workshops. The consultants also called the list of stakeholders the week leading up to the workshop, and distributed workshop flyers throughout the months of February and March 2015. In total 222 stakeholders were contacted and encouraged to attend the workshops. The participating jurisdictions also issued public notices to local newspapers and published the meeting announcement

8 in their local newsletters. Individual j
in their local newsletters. Individual jurisdictions made other efforts to encourage participation, including personal phone calls to stakeholders, utility bill inserts, advertising the meetings on the City’s website and in the City’s email newsletter, sending press releases to local newspapers, and posting flyers at key locations, including affordable housing developments. Further efforts included posting the workshop information on an electronic reader board for visibility as people enter the city, and making the event a push item on the City’s app. See Appendix 1 for a sample of the publicity materials. On March 17, 2015, the consultants emailed stakeholders a link to the workshop summary found on the project website and a link to an online survey for the individuals who were unable to attend the workshop, but wanted to provide feedback. In total, 13 stakeholders responded to the survey. Study Sessions The participating jurisdictions held study sessions with their respective Planning Commission and/or City Council to review the Public Review Draft Housing Element. At each of the study sessions, staff and the consultants presented an overview of the draft Housing Element, facilitated a discussion with the Planning Commission and/or City Council, and requested input before submitting the document to HCD for review. The participating jurisdictions translated and distributed flyers announcing the study sessions and gave a public notice in newspapers of general circulation. Additionally, staff directly contacted local housing them of the study sessions. The following study sessions were held in the county (ordered by date): June 4, 2015, and July 14, 2015, at 9:00 am at

9 the Hall of Records located at 2281 Tula
the Hall of Records located at 2281 Tulare Street, Fresno (Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors Study Sessions, respectively) City of Kerman: June 3, 2015, at 6:30 pm at the Kerman City Hall located at 850 S. Madera Avenue (Planning Commission/City Council Joint Study Session) City of Kingsburg: June 3, 2015, at 7:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 1401 Draper Street (City Council Study Session) City of Coalinga: June 4, 2015, at 6:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 155 W. Durian (Planning Commission/City Council Joint Study Session) City of Mendota: June 9, 2015, at 5:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 643 Quince Street (City Council Study Session) 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016City of San Joaquin: June 9, 2015, at 6:00 pm at 21991 Colorado Avenue (City Council Study City of Reedley: June 15, 2015, at 7:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 845 G Street (Planning Commission/City Council Joint Study Session) City of Clovis: June 15, 2015, at 6:00 pm at 1033 5th street (Planning Commission/City Council City of Selma: June 15, 2015, at 5:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 1710 Tucker Street (City Council Study Session) City of Fowler: June 16, 2015, at 7:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 128 S. 5 Street (City Council Study Session) City of Huron: June 17, 2015, at 6:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 36311 Lassen City of Parlier: June 17, 2015, at 6:30 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 1100 E. Parlier City of Sanger: July 16, 2015, at 7:00 pm at the City Council Chambers located at 1700 7th Street (City Council Study Session) F

10 resno COG received written comments on t
resno COG received written comments on the Draft Housing Element from the Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability (dated July 16, 2015). This letter, along with the response from Fresno COG on behalf of the participating jurisdictions, is included in Appendix 1A. The suggestions in the letter were considered and the Draft Housing Element has been revised to address relevant comments, including the following: 1) providing more information on outreach efforts, 2) additional review and analysis of past performance, 3) providing additional specific objectives and timelines for several programs, 4) providing more detailed information on the availability of infrastructure, 5) including additional objectives and timelines for programs to address the housing needs of special needs populations (such as farmworkers), 6) elaborating and expanding on efforts in promoting fair housing, 7) additional analysis of the sites inventory, and 8) a program for lot consolidation. Public hearings were held before the Planning Commission and City Council of each city and the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors of Fresno County prior to adoption of the final Housing Element, with specific dates for each listed below. Planning/ FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016 1-7 Kingsburg Mendota Reedley Joaquin The Fresno Council of Governments, on behalf of the participating jurisdictions, submitted the HCD Review Draft Housing Element for review on August 12, 2015; and submitted the final adopted version for certification on April 26, 2016. 8 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - FRESNO MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HOUSING ELEMENT | ADOPTED APRIL 2016This page is intentionally left

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