The 2009 Updated Redevelopment Plan establishes the goals and objectives of the Redevelopment Agency, as well as defines the geographic limits of the Project Area. The Redevelopment Plan also outlines the legal tools and mechanisms that any Redevelopment Agency can use to achieve its goals and objectives.
An Implementation Plan is how the Agency plans to achieve the goals of the 2009 Updated Redevelopment Plan through city-specific programs. This Plan covers the five-year planning period for fiscal years 2009-10 through 2013-14 for the Merged Dynamite and Project Area No. 2 Project Area (inclusive of the 2009 Added Area). The Plan also contains an update to the Agency's Ten-Year Housing Compliance Plan for meeting the Agency's affordable housing requirements for the current 10-year compliance period (FY 2004-05 to 2013-14), including obligations for producing, replacing and expending funds for affordable housing.
Approved Five-Year Implementation Plans for years 2005-2009 and 2010-2014 are available for review by clicking on the appropriate link.
Contents of the Implementation Plan
Section 33490 of the California Community Redevelopment Law, Health and Safety Code Section 33000 et seq. (“Law”), requires this Plan to include the following:
- Specific Agency goals and objectives for the Merged Dynamite and Project Area No. 2 ("Merged Project Area”);
- Specific programs, potential projects, and estimated expenditures proposed by the Agency over the next five years, and;
- An explanation of how Agency goals, objectives, programs, and expenditures will eliminate blight within the Merged Project Area and improve and increase the supply of housing affordable to very low, low, and moderate-income households.
The Law also requires that this Plan address the Agency’s affordable housing production and replacement housing needs and achievements. Pursuant to California Community Redevelopment Law Section 33490(a)(1)(B) the adoption of this Implementation Plan does not constitute a project within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”).