Board of Supervisors Agenda Items

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Board of Supervisor's Agenda Items Related to Housing

DateItemDescription
May 14, 2019#6.APresentation of the Housing Stakeholder Group meetings 
April 9, 2019#6.APlacer County Government Center Master Plan (PCGC) Update
March 26, 2019

2018 Annual Housing Element Implementation Progress Report
January 29, 2019
#4.A.1
Exclusive Right to Negotiate a Developer Agreement / Related-Pacific Companies/ Potential North Lake Tahoe Region Local Housing Mixed-Use Project, 3205 and 3225 North Lake Blvd, Tahoe City
December 4, 2018

#6.A.1
North Lake Tahoe Region Local Housing Mixed-Use Project RFP No. 100044/Related-Pacific Companies Agreement Negotiations/ R.T. Nahas Company Property 3205 and 3225 North Lake Blvd, Tahoe City CA
November 6, 2018
#3.A.1
Provide an Update to the Board and Receive Direction on Affordable/Workforce Housing Fee Options
October 23, 2018
#4.A.1
Provide Direction to the Board for establishing the Eastern Placer County Affordable/Workforce Housing Fee
October 9, 2018
#2.A.1
Provide Direction to the Board for Establishing the Western Placer County Affordable /Workforce Housing Fee
September 25, 2018
#9.B.1
The Board Received an update on the Housing Strategy and Development Plan and Current Efforts to Assist in Streamlining Housing Project Submittals and Review Processes.
September 25, 2018
#9.A.1
The Board Received a Presentation and approved the Fiscal Year 2018/19 Annual Housing Program Work Plan.
July 24, 2018
#10.B
The Board Approved the Grant Application for Funding of $500,000 under the 2018 HOME Investment Partnerships Program for the First Time Homebuyer Program
March 6, 2018Number 3A2017 Annual Housing Element Implementation Progress Report (PDF)

January 23, 2018

Number 4.A

Board received an update on the 2017 to 2018 Annual Housing Work Program and approved Contract with BAE to prepare a Housing Strategy and Development.

January 9, 2018

Number 13.B

Board approved Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Neighborhood Partners, LLC in support of an Application to the State of California Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program for Schaffer’s Mill Affordable Housing.

December 12, 2017

Number 15.B

Board approved Schaffer’s Mill Workforce Housing Final Map, Tract Number ESD17-00043

November 28, 2017Number 3.ABoard authorized Community Redevelopment Resource Agency (CDRA) to submit an application for grant funding up to $3,000,000 for an Affordable Housing Rehab program, and improvements towards Sheridan water and sewer facilities.
November 14, 2017Number 1.ABoard adopted an Ordinance to amend Placer County Code sections related to Secondary Dwellings to bring the local ordinance into conformance with recent changes in state law.
October 23, 2017Number 6.CBoard received a presentation on activities undertaken by the Mountain Housing council.
September 5, 2017Number 7.C
Board Approve the Program level scope of the Draft PCGC Master Plan Update including: proposed land use and zoning modifications as described in the Notice of Preparation; a project level scope for the proposed new Health and Human Services facility proposed new multi-family residential project on the PCGC.
August 15, 2017Number 14.ABoard approve a contract with the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras to support participation in and use of the Homeless Management Information System, coordination of our Continuum of Care, homeless counts, and other homeless services for a total of $53,262 for July 01, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
August 8, 2017 Number 1.AThe Board receive a presentation on the proposed 2017 to 2018 Annual Housing Program Work Plan, inclusive of Board input from April 4, 2017 and receive update on the Eastern Placer Nexus Based Fee Study and the Western Placer Nexus Based Fee Study. The approved of the Fiscal Year 2017 to 2018 Housing Program Work Plan.
June 27, 2017Number 5.AThe Board received a presentation on the Community Development Resource Agency (CDRA) 2017-2018 Business Plan. The CDRA Business Plan documents the direction, activities, and resource allocations of the Agency, including affordable housing as a top priority.
May 9, 2017Number 3.AThe Board received a presentation from Beacon Economics who had been contracted by the County’s Office of Economic Development. The final report laid the foundation for tracking employment and industry trends in the South Placer County area. During the presentation, Dr. Christopher Thornberg pointed out that housing will be a principal factor in determining employment growth in the south county region
April 24, 2017Number 9.APresentation on the 2016 Annual Housing Element Implementation Progress Report (PDF) including a Public Hearing to accept any verbal or written comments on the same and authorize submittal of the Report to the California Department of Housing and Community Development and Governor’s Office of Planning and Research.
April 4, 2017Number 9.APlacer County Housing Element Implementation (PDF) report on the 2013 Placer County Housing Element, including completed tasks and implementation challenges. Receive Board direction on preferred strategies in setting housing priorities for the Fiscal Year 2017 to 2018 Housing Work Plan. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the County Executive Officer to execute a three-year agreement with the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation to implement a Regional Housing Council for the purposes of creating and achieving regional housing targets, and also authorize the County to participate in a Regional Housing Council, at a budgeted net county cost of $50,000 per year.
March 21, 2017Number 6.CPublic Works and Facilities Capital Improvements Division presented to the Board campus layout options for the Placer County Government Center (PCGC). The information presented includes a campus vision for government offices and facilities and affordable housing.
October 25, 2016Number 3.ABoard receive a presentation on challenges associated with workforce housing in the North Lake Tahoe region, including findings and recommended strategies from the Tahoe Truckee Housing Needs Assessment and provide direction to staff on options for further consideration and analysis.