Ordinances, Codes & Regulations
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resolution_no._2011-183_adopted_08_23_2011 Resolution of the Board of Directors of the Community Development Agency of King City Adopting an Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule Pursuant to Health and Safety Codes Section 34169
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Over the past two decades, King City’s population growth has created a unique set of housing needs. The 1990 and 2000 Censuses show that King City’s population increased 45% over the decade. Demographically, the City has become younger, with more families with children. As result, the average household size increased to 4.0 persons. The City median income also increased, from $27,386 to $34,398 (26%), but this trend was generally slower than other cities in the Central Valley due largely to the economic base in King City.
COMMUNITY PROFILE (pdf)
The City has set as its primary housing goal ensuring the availability of adequate housing for all social and economic sectors of the City’s present and future residents. To implement this goal, the City must target its programs toward those households with the greatest need. This chapter discusses the characteristics of the City’s present and future population and housing stock in order to better define the nature and extent of unmet housing needs in the City.
HOUSING CONSTRAINTS (pdf)
A variety of factors can encourage or constrain the development, maintenance, and improvement of the housing stock in King City. These include market mechanisms, government codes, and physical and environmental constraints. This section addresses these potential constraints.
HOUSING RESOURCES (pdf)
This section analyzes the resources available for the development, rehabilitation, and preservation of housing in King City. This includes an evaluation of the City’s regional housing need determination, the availability of land resources for new housing, the financial resources available to support housing activities, and the administrative resources available to assist in implementing the City’s housing programs.
HOUSING PLAN (pdf)
Chapter 2 establishes the housing needs in King City, while Chapters 3 and 4 identify the potential constraints and resources that help or hinder the City from addressing its housing needs. This chapter sets forth the City’s plan over the 2000-2007 planning period for meeting its housing needs. The chapter begins with an evaluation of the City’s accomplishments since the 1998 Housing Element, sets forth the City’s goals and policies with respect to housing, and then identifies practical programs to address housing needs for the 2000-2007 planning period.