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1 page 1 of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Table A Annual Building Activity Report Summary - New Construction Very Low-, Low-, and Mixed- Multifamily Projects Housing Development Information Housing with Financial Assistance and/or Deed Restrictions Housing without Financial Assistance or Deed Restrictions a 6 7 Project Identifier (may be APN No., project name or address) Unit Category Tenure R=Renter O=Owner Very Low- Affordability by Household s Low- Moderate- Above Moderate- Total Units per Project Est. # Infill Units* Assistance Programs for Each Development See Instructions Deed Restricted Units See Instructions Note below the number of units determined to be affordable without financial or deed restrictions and attach an explanation how the jurisdiction determined the units were affordable. Refer to instructions. Dove Creek Single Family Units Portion SF O moderate units Sold or sales price deemed affordable using County housing formula Dove Creek Master - Units Portion - O moderate units Sold or sales price deemed affordable using County housing formula Dove Creek Multi- Family Portion MF O year deed restricted per affordable housing policy 1 moderate units Sold or sales price deemed affordable using County housing formula Las Lomas Apartments Oak Grove Phase II / People's Self-Help Projects with 5 units or less (nd Units) MF SF SU O/R O R USDA Loans 3-year deed restricted per affordable housing policy USA loan income verification for self-help housing moderate units Sold or sales price deemed affordable using County housing formula People's Self-Help Housing Project Slo Rent's Survey contained in City's Housing Element (9) Total of Moderate and Above Moderate from Table A3 (1) Total by income Table A/A (11) Total Extremely Low- Units* * Note: These fields are voluntary

2 page of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Table A Annual Building Activity Report Summary - Units Rehabilitated, Preserved and Acquired pursuant to GC Section (c)(1) Please note: Units may only be credited to the table below when a jurisdiction has included a program it its housing element to rehabilitate, preserve or acquire units to accommodate a portion of its RHNA which meet the specific criteria as outlined in GC Section (c)(1) Affordability by Household s Activity Type Extremely Low- * Very Low- Low- TOTAL UNITS () The Description should adequately document how each unit complies with subsection (c )(7) of Government Code Section (1) Rehabilitation Activity () Preservation of Units At-Risk (3) Acquisition of Units (5) Total Units by * Note: This field is voluntary Table A3 Annual building Activity Report Summary for Above Moderate- Units (not including those units reported on Table A) 1. Single Family. - Units Units. Second Unit 5. Mobile Homes 6. Total 7. Number of infill units* No. of Units Permitted for Moderate 1 1 No. of Units Permitted for Above Moderate 1 5 * Note: This field is voluntary

3 page 3 of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Table B Regional Housing Needs Allocation Progress Permitted Units Issued by Affordability Enter Calendar starting with the first year of the RHNA allocation period. See Example. Very Low Low Level Deed Restricted Non-deed restricted Deed Restricted Non-deed restricted Deed Restricted Moderate Non-deed restricted Above Moderate Total RHNA by COG. Enter allocation number: Total Units RHNA Allocation by Level Total Units to Date (all years) Total Remaining RHNA by Level Remaining Need for RHNA Period Note: units serving extremely low-income households are included in the very low-income permitted units totals.

4 page of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Table C Program Implementation Status Program Description (By Housing Element Program Names) Name of Program Housing Programs Progress Report - Government Code Section Describe progress of all programs including local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the maintenance, improvement, and development of housing as identified in the housing element. Objective Timeframe in H.E. Status of Program Implementation Un-accomodated need from previous RHNA (1-6) Adequate sites for 1-6 RHNA Completed The City amended the General Plan and the Zoning Ordinance, that provided adequate sites for 55 very low and low-income units at a minimum of dwelling units per acre by right (without a Conditional Use Permit or other discretionary action) on certain sites or in certain zones. At least half (5 percent) of these sites were zoned for residential uses only as a part of the housing element adoption Provide adequate sites 16 low and very low income units at units per acre for 7-1 RHNA Completed City Council amended the zoning code and general plan for adequate sites as a part of the City's Housing Element adoption Street and Infrastructure Improvement Projects 1.1. Specific Plans for residential projects of 1 or more units Continue to Allow Manufactured Housing and Group Housing Support the extension and expansion of sewer service for the Eagle Ranch Provide Units 1 affordable units 1.1. PD Overlays / PD 5 75 Units Downtown Housing units on a per project basis. Only one project (Eagle Ranch) meets this criteria at this time. Applicants are completing a Specific Plan. Since 7, 11 manufactured units have been issued The City will be working with the developers of the Eagle Ranch Specific Plan to identify location and the size of expansion necessary to accommodate growth in that area Staff will continue to work with developers of the Colony Square project for redesign of the residential units. This compoent remains as a part of the development. Additional funding that may have been available through the RDA is no longer available due to the dissolution of the Agency. Staff will continue to encourage use of PDs for high quality design Rural Residential Zone Adopt an affordable housing density bonus ordinance that establishes procedures for obtaining and monitoring density bonuses Update feasibility analysis of inclusionary housing policy to reflect current market conditions Adopt an inclusionary housing ordinance Updating nd Unit Ordinance units Maintain Condo Conversion Ordinance Adopt vertical mixed-use ordinance Continue to work with non-profits 5 units 7 units Staff has yet to begin work on this ordinance. Staff has yet to begin work on this ordinance. Projected ordinance work may commence in the fall of 13 for completion by early summer 1. Staff is working on this new ordinance. City Council and Planning Commission is expect to review and adopt new ordinance by summer 13. City staff has reviewed work from consultant. Based on market trends and the uptick on older projects, the affordable housing policy in place is working. Additional work may be directed by the City Council. At this time, Staff feels the inclusionary policy provides the flexibility necessary to provide affordable units. Council may direct staff to continue to explore adoption of an inclusionary housing policy. As a part of the housing element implementation program, this ordinance will be updated in summer 13. Staff has no intentions on modifying this ordinance at this time. 5 units Staff is working these organizations providing support where necessary. During this reporting period, Non-Profits have produced very low income units and low income units. See 1 reporting data.

5 page 5 of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1

6 page 6 of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Program Description (By Housing Element Program Names) Name of Program Work with developers to help obtain loans Continue contract for Section housing participation Amend the zoning ordinance to establish minimum density for medium and high density uses Two story height limit wavier in RMF Zone with CUP.1.1 investigate ways to meet its housing needs through rehabilitation and preservation of existing units.1. Participate in federal grant programs Table C Program Implementation Status 5 units units.1.3 Maintain sliding scale ordinance.1. Allocate funds in the RDA housing set aside for rehabilitation Housing Programs Progress Report - Government Code Section Describe progress of all programs including local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the maintenance, improvement, and development of housing as identified in the housing element. Objective units Timeframe in H.E. 3 units Status of Program Implementation Staff provides necessary assistance in completing applications for funds The City continues its contract with the San Luis Obispo Housing Agency. The City added minimum density standards to RMF- as a part of the housing element update. The City has yet to begin implementation of RMF-1 standards. Staff has yet to commence this ordinance. This will be reviewed and possibly completed as a part of the housing element implementation plan for summer of 13. While this is, the City has lost its primary funding tool when the RDA was dissolved. The City will continue to find ways to rehabilitate structures. The City will continue to participate in obtaining these funds and will seek how to gain additional grants with the loss of the RDA. The City will continue to maintain its sliding scale of density for sloped lots. The City's RDA was dissolved in /1/1 because of state legislation. The continuation of this program will be evaluated based on the outcome of what the State wants to do with the City's existing RDA housing fund..1.5 Monitor Subsidies/affordability..1 Continue to implement Historic Site overlay district.. Maintain GIS mapping of historic building and sites Promote environmentally sustainable building practices 3.1. Energy Conservation Outreach Title compliance 3.1. AB 11 implementation.1.1 Temporary use of churches as homeless shelters City Staff continues to monitor the status of affordable housing rental units and for sale units in partnership with the SLO County Housing Authority The City will continue to maintain this overlay district to preserve and protect historic colony homes. The City continues to maintain GIS data in regards to historic buildings and sites. City staff continues to work with developers and homeowners to help site and development to avoid environmental impacts. In partnership with PG&E and San Luis Obispo Green Build, there are various brochures available to homeowners that detail energy conservation. The City's building department continues to enforce Title requirements upon review of building plans that require energy reports. This program has been due to pending litigation because fannie and freddie mac would not issue loans. The City continues to encourage local churches to provide temporary shelters for the homeless population.

7 page 7 of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Table C Program Implementation Status Program Description (By Housing Element Program Names) Name of Program.1. Local Motel Vouchers Housing Programs Progress Report - Government Code Section Describe progress of all programs including local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the maintenance, improvement, and development of housing as identified in the housing element. Objective Timeframe in H.E. Status of Program Implementation The City will continue to work with local non-profits and obtain CDBG grant funding for this program.1.3 Residential Care facilities The City continues to support proper permitting of group housing in accordance with state law. The City will initiate changes to the RMF zoning that clarifies that both small and larger residential care facilities are permitted by right in a future code update..1. SB Compliance n/a 1 SB ordinance is expected to be adopted by the City Council with public meetings in the summer of ADA Compliance with California Building Code.. Reasonable Accommodations - Fair Housing Act 1 City Staff continues to comply with ADA standards for new and change of occupancy building projects City Staff solicited a proposal for completion of this ordinance. The Contract is on hold due to the dissolution of the RDA.3.1 First time buyers program for Low- households 5 units This program has been due to the dissolution of the RDA. Staff will seek any grant funding available to continue this program..3. Leverage Redevelopment Funds units This program has been due to the dissolution of the RDA. This program may be continued once direction is given by the State on the future of the City's Housing set aside fund..3.3 Housing Rehabilitation Funds 75 units This program has been due to the dissolution of the RDA. This program may be continued once direction is given by the State on the future of the City's Housing set aside fund..3. Affordable Housing Participation Checklist The City will continue to utilize the checklist to evaluate affordable housing projects for any potential future funding that may become available..3.5 nd Floor Downtown Residential Units 1 units The City created units through this program. At this time the program has been due to the dissolution of the RDA..3. Work with non-profits to identify funding sources for very-low/extremely low income groups 5 units RDA funds are no longer available. City Staff will work with nonprofits for any grant funding opportunities Understanding economic and employment impacts on housing City Staff attend economic roundtables and other events as continuing education of these impacts Constraints on financing for multi-- family development City Staff continues to work with developers, key stakeholders, and property owners on overcoming constraints in project design to help facilitate financing Development Standards and Construction methods As City staff identifies issues with the municipal code and advance construction methods, the City will amend the code as necessary. 5.. Track affordable housing projects The City tracks all housing projects and provides status updates to both the Council and Planning Commission Consolidating all actions relating to a specific project Staff continues this practice for ease of tracking.

8 page of 9 (CCR Title 5 6 ) Reporting Period 7-1 Program Description (By Housing Element Program Names) Name of Program 6.1. Minor modifications through adjustment procedure and substantial changes through a CUP Incentives for developers for units that are affordable to lower income households Single Room Occupancy policies Housing Programs Progress Report - Government Code Section Describe progress of all programs including local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the maintenance, improvement, and development of housing as identified in the housing element. Objective Table C Program Implementation Status Timeframe in H.E Process Streamlining 6.1. Maintain pre-approved stock development plans Pre-Application and technical assistance for affordable housing projects 13 Status of Program Implementation Staff utilized the DRC to make determinations that may necessitate further entitlement such as a CUP. The City created the Design Review Committee in 1 to help with project streamlining and review. The DRC has been helpful in working out issues that normally would have been dealt by Planning Commission or simply at a staff level. Stock plans are available for larger projects. Staff provides pre-application and technical assistance to all projects when requested. The City's process streamlining is already expediting projects. Developers can defer development impact fees until final occupancy. City Staff solicited a proposal for completion of this ordinance. The Contract is on hold due to the dissolution of the RDA 6.1. Review impact fees 1 City Staff solicited a proposal for completion of this ordinance. The Contract is on hold due to the dissolution of the RDA

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