The property addressed in the Housing Element is all property zoned to allow residential development. Approximately 90% of the land area is already developed. This element addresses the vacant and and underdeveloped parcels of land that could be developed by June 2006. This comprises a potential for 656 dwelling units at full build-out. This includes property with rural residential land use designation (1-5 units/acre) to high density residentially zoned land (14-20 units/acre).
The City's proposed 2001 Housing Element update is a comprehensive statement by the City of Healdsburg of its current and future housing needs and proposed actions to facilitate the provision of housing to meet those needs at all income levels. The purpose of the Housing Element is to identify current and projected housing needs and set forth goals, policies and programs to address those needs. The Housing Element has been prepared to meet the requirements of State law and local housing objectives. After accounting for new units constructed from January 1999 through June 2001 (351 units) and planned and approved housing as of December 2001 (98 units), Healdsburg has a remaining need for 187 housing units, including 40 very low- and 147 moderate-income units. The proposed element meets this requirement.
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