The City is evaluating options to increase the citywide acreage of land available for high density residential housing. The impetus behind the proposed rezone is State Housing Element law requires that a local jurisdiction accommodate a share of the region's projected housing needs for the planning period. This share, called the Regional Housing Needs Allocation is important because state law mandates that jurisdictions provide sufficient land to accommodate a variety of housing opportunities for all economic segments of the community. No construction efforts are proposed as a component of this project, approval of the rezoning would entitle development that meets City standards for that zoning. As a result environmental checklist has been completed as to anticipated development.
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