Loading...
HomeMy Public PortalAboutPolicy Resolution-08POLICY RESOLUTION NO. 8 POLICY RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPA RESCINDING POLICY RESOLUTION NO. 134 AND RE- ADOPTING POLICY REGARDING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL DESIGNATION OF THE 1982 GENERAL PLAN WHEREAS, the 1982 General Plan contains a Special Residential designation for the purpose of providing affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate income senior citizens and handicapped persons; and WHEREAS, the Special Residential designation may be applied in areas designated for High Density Residential (greater than 12 to 25 dwelling units per acre) on the General Plan Map; and WHEREAS, the Special Residential designation allows by use permit, residential projects with densities up to 60 dwelling units per acre if such projects are affordable to low and moderate income elderly citizens or handicapped persons exclusively; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Napa wishes to set policy regarding the implementation of the Special Residential designation and the means of insuring housing opportunities for low and moderate income senior citizens and handicapped persons. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED as follows: Section 1. That Policy Resolution No. 132 adopted February 7, 1984 be and the same is hereby rescinded. Section 2. That Policy Resolution No. 134 adopted April 17, 1984, is hereby rescinded. Section 3. Each project for which a Special Residential use permit is approved shall be conditioned upon the execution of a developer's agreement. The terms of the developer's agreement shall be consistent with the terms of this Resolution. Section 4. Except for the apartment manager or a live-in care provider employed in a residential care facility, each of the units shall be occupied by senior citizens (62 years of age or older) or handicapped persons as further provided in Section 5 and 6 of this resolution. Section 5. Except as specifically provided in this Section 6 of the Resolution, each of the units shall be occupied by and affordable to moderate income senior citizens or r I' -- moderate income handicapped persons at rental rates which do not exceed the median affordable rent for moderate income persons as established in the Affordable Rent Schedule prepared annually. The Affordable Rent Schedule for 1985-86 is attached hereto as Exhibit A to this Resolution. Section 6. In each project a certain percentage of the units shall be occupied by and affordable to low income senior citizens or moderate income handicapped persons to be determined by reference to the following table: Density (DU/AC) Percent For Low Density (DU/AC) Percent For Low Density (DU/AC) Percent For Low Density (DU/AC) Percent For Low 26 10 36 15 46 20 56 25 27 10 37 15 47 20 57 25 28 11 38 16 48 21 58 25 29 11 39 16 49 21 59 25 30 12 40 17 50 22 60 25 31 12 41 17 51 22 32 13 42 18 52 23 33 13 43 18 53 23 34 14 44 19 54 24 35 14 45 19 55 24 Rental rates for the units required to be provided pursuant to this Section shall not exceed the median affordable rent for low income persons as established in the Affordable Rent Schedule prepared annually (Exhibit A to this Resolution), unless a contract is entered into with the Housing Authority of the City of Napa to accept and rent to Section 8 certificate holders in which case the rental amount for such unit leased to such certificate holder shall be in accordance with the fair market rents established by HUD, less the standard utility allowances established by HUD FOR tenant -paid gas and electricity. Housing Authority applicants and Section 8 Certificate holders shall be given priority for the units affordable to low income senior citizens. Section 7. The restrictions placed on the rental amounts consistent with Section 4 and 5 of this Resolution do not apply to meals or other services provided in the case of senior/handicapped residential facilities providing such services. Such rental amounts are intended to be exclusive of any amounts charged for medical, meals or other such services. Charges for meals, housekeeping and other services shall not exceed the average cost of similar service in like facilities in the community as established by the Napa Housing Authority. r Section 8. The owner of a project with a Special Residential use permit shall agree to enter into a contract with the City of Napa Housing Authority to accept "Section 8" certificate holders. An exception shall be permitted if the type of unit and/or facility is not eligible for certificate holder occupancy. Section 9. At the time of initial lease -up, and annually thereafter, the owner of a project with a Special Residential use permit shall submit a report to the Planning Director identifying the rent currently charged on each residential unit in the development, as well as the per resident charge for meals and other services provided. Section 10. The Developer's Agreement shall provide for relief from these restrictions in the event that the developer cannot find low and moderate income tenants. This situation must be reflected in the vacancy rate over a reasonable period of time and in verification by the Napa Housing Authority Director of there being no potential low income tenants to refer to the developer. If the developer cannot find low income tenants, moderate income rents may be charged. If the developer cannot find moderate income tenants, market rate rents may be charged. Such relief shall be temporary and must be approved by the Planning Director prior to its implementation. Section 11. The Planning Department shall revise the Affordable Rent Schedule (Exhibit A) from time -to -time as new median income information is made available from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). It is expected that HUD will make income information available annually permitting an annual revision in the Affordable Rent Schedule. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Napa at a regular meeting of said City Council held on the 21st day of July, 1987, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Wagenknecht, Shenk, Corsello, Huber and Pelusi NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: *eTtNe CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF NAPA Po1Res.8 RESOLUTION N0. 521 RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF NAPA APPROVING 1991-1992 REVISED AFFORDABLE ROUSING RENT AND INCOME SCHEDULE FOR CITY OF NAPA POLICY RESOLUTION NO. 8 and RESOLUTIONS NOS. 85-228 AND 85-229 WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Napa (HACN) previously approved Affordable Housing Rent and Income Schedules for the City of Napa Policy Resolution No. 8 and Resolutions Nos. 85-228 and 85-229; and WHEREAS, these figures need to be adjusted to reflect current statistics; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Napa that it hereby approves the revised 1991-1992 Affordable Housing Rent and Income Schedules for the previously cited City of Napa Resolutions as set forth in the attached Exhibits. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution was duly and regularly adopted by the Housing Authority of the City of Napa at a meeting of said Authority held on the 10th day of August, 1991 by the following roll call vote: AYES: Barwick, Huber, Luce, Moll, Paulson, Solomon and Vadala NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: -- Peter Dreier Secretary/Housing Director RES#521/AGENDA/TgTLIB4 Resolution 85-228 Density ,nus - Ownership Exhibit A 1991-1992 Maximum Income and Monthly Housing Costs ANN -UAL INCOME LIMITS: 1 Low Income 14,750 Lower Income Moderate Income ?ersons 357 507 607 807 1207 per of of of of of Household Median Median Median Median Median Income Income Income Income Income 1 10,325 14,750 17,700 23,650 35,400 2 11,830 16,900 20,280 27,000 40,560 3 13,300 19,000 22,800 30,400 45,600 4 14,770 21,100 25,320 33,760 50,640 5 t 15,960 22,800 27,360 36,450 54,720 6 17,150 24,500 29,400 39,150 58,800 7 18,305 26,150 31,380 41,850 62,760 8 19,495 27,850 33,420 44,550 66,840 MO':'"HLY RENT (including provision of appliances and payment of a1' utilities (excepting telephone by owner)* Sumber**357 507 607 807 1207 of of of of of of Bedrooms Median Median Median Median Median Income Income Income Income Income (Studio) 258 369 443 591 885 1 295 423 _ 507 675 1,014 2 333 475 570 760 1,140 3 370 528 633 844 1,266 4 399 570 684 911 1,368 5 429 613 735 979 1,470 *I` appliances are provided by tenant and/or utilities are paid by tenant, the maximum allowable rent is to be reduced in accordance with "Allowances for Tenant Furnished Util-_ties and Appliances" (see nest page). - - - -- - **Presumed Occupancy Levels: POLRESC/DEPARTMENT/TXTLIB4 One person in Studio Two persons in I Bedroom Three persons in 2 Bedroom Four persons in 3 Bedroom Five persons in 4 Bedroom Six persons in 5 Bedroom Resolution 85-229 DE._sity Bonus - Rental Exhibit A 1991-1992 Maximum Income Monthly Housing Costs ANNUAL INCOME LIMITS: 1 Low Income 14,750 Lower Income Persons 350 507 607 807 per of of of of Household Median :Median Median Median Income Income Income Income 1 10,325 14,750 17,700 23,650 2 11,830 16,900 20,280 27,000 3 13,300 19,000 22,800 30,400 4 14,770 21,100 25,320 33,760 5 15,960 22,800 27,360 36,450 6 17,150 24,500 29,400 39,150 7 18,305 26,150 31,380 41,850 8 19,495 27,850 33,420 44,550 MONTHLY RENT (including provision of appliances and payment of all utilities (excepting telephone by owner)* Number** 35,`.' 507 607 807 of of of of of Bedrooms Median Median Median Median Income Income Income Income (Studio) 258 369 443 591 1 295 423 507 675 2 333 475 570 760 _ 3 370 528 633 844 _ 4 399 570 684 911 5 429 613 735 979 *If appliances are provided by tenant and/or utilities are paid by tenant, the maximum allowable rent is to be reduced 4.n accordance with "Allowances for Tenant Furnished Utilities and Appliances" (see next page). **Presumed Occupancy Levels: One person in Studio Two persons in I Bedroom Three persons in 2 Bedroom Four persons in 3 Bedroom Five persons in 4 Bedroom Six persons in 5 Bedroom POLRESB/DEPARTMENT/TXTLIB4 NAPA HOUSING AUTHORITY ALLOWANCES FOR TENANT FURNISHED UTILITIES AND APPLIANCES 0 -BR 1 -BR �-BR 3 -BR 4 -BR 5 -BR 1. SPACE HEAT Apartments & Townhouses ELECTRIC 34 46 63 77 95 111 Houses & Duplexes ELECTRIC 49 60 81 101 121 146 Apartments & Townhouses GAS Houses & Duplexes GAS 2. COOKING ELECTRIC GAS 10 14 18 24 28 34 13 19 24 32 37 44 5 6 7 10 13 13 2 2 3 3 4 5 3. HOT WATER ELECTRIC 14 19 23 28 32 39 GAS 4 5 6 7 8 9 4. LIGHTS, REFRIGERATOR, SMALL APPLIANCES ELECTRIC 13 14 18 20 22 23 5. WATER 12 12 19 23 28 31 6. GARBAGE COLLECTION SERVICE 7 7 7 7 7 7 7. REFRIGERATOR 6 6 6 6 6 6 S. RANGE 4 4 4 4 4 4 revised 2/91 UTILITIES/LIDIYA/TYTLIB4 RESOLUTION NO. 559 RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF NAPA AUTHORIZING ADOPTING A REVISED UTILITY ALLOWANCE SCHEDULE TO REFLECT CURRENT COSTS OF UTILITIES. WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Napa (HACN) has determined that in accordance with federal program regulations, it is required to revise the Allowance for Tenant Furnished Utilities and Appliances Schedule; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Housing Authority of the City of Napa hereby authorizes as follows: SECTION 1. That the revised Utility Allowance for tenant -paid utilities Section 8 Program be adopted as indicated on the attached schedule to be effective February 15, 1993. SECTION 2. That staff submit a copy of the revised Utility Allowances to the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. SECTION 3. That the attached supporting documentation is a complete and accurate revision of the present utility costs prior to submission to the Board. 1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing resolution was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Napa at a Regular Meeting of said Board held on the 4th day of February, 1993, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Huber, Luce, Moll, Solomon, Wagenknecht, Watter and Vadala NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: �\ PETER DREIER SECRETARYIHO USING DIRECTOR Agenda Item No. 5.B 1. SPACE HEAT ELECTRIC Apartments Townhouses Houses Duplexes SPACE HEAT GAS Apartments Townhouses Houses Duplexes 2. COOKING Electric Gas 3. HOT WATER Electric Gas 4. LIGHTS, REFRIG. SMALL APPLIANCES Electric 5. WATER 6. GARBAGE 7. REFRIGERATOR 8. RANGE 1/93 NAPA HOUSING AUTHORITY UTILITY ALLOWANCE O -BR 1 -BR 2 -BR 3 -BR 4 -BR 5 -BR $37 $51 $70 $86 $119 $124 $55 $67 $90 $113 $133 $163 $11 $15 $20 $27 $31 $38 $14 $20 $27 $35 $42 $49 $6 $7 $8 $11 $15 $15 $5 $5 $6 $7 $8 $10 $17 $21 $25 $31 $37 $43 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $10 $15 $15 $20 $22 $25 $25 $13 $14 $21 $25 $33 $35 $12 $12 $12 $12 $12 $12 $8 $8 $8 $8 $8 $8 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6 U.S. Departmont of Housing and Urban Davalopmant San Francisco Regional Office, Region IX 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, California 94102.3448 NEW HUD Information Bulletin 93-041 APR 71993 MEMORANDUM FOR: All Community Development Block Grant Coordinators Within the Jurisdiction of the San Francisco Office FROM: Gordon H. McKay, Director, Office of Community Planning and Development, 9C SUBJECT: Revised Income Limits for Low°and Moderate Income Families for . FY 1993 Transmitted for your information are the revised Section 8 income limits effective as of May 5, 1993. These income limits must be used by grantees in making low and moderate income level determinations for limited clientele activities. Grantees may begin using these limits after the effective date. The revised income limits are based on HUD estimates of median family income for Fiscal Year 1993, and are the first to make use of 1990 Census data. Use of the new Census data produces both increases and decreases in the median family income estimates and income limits. However, decreases in income limits do not affect the eligibility of those already receiving CDBG assistance. Please call the Community Representative assigned to your questions regarding the use of Attachment Planning and Development community, if you have any the income limits. .4'r O STATE:,CALIFORNIA C40PERSON PREPARED: 12-23-92 PROGRAM MSA : Salinas-Senside-Monterey, CA FY 1993 MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME: 39900 VERY LOW-INCOME 3 PERSON LOW-INCOME MSA : San Diego, CA FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 43900 VERY LOW-INCOME 19950 21550 LOW-INCOME PMSA : San Francisco, CA FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 54300 VERY LOW-INCOME 34450 37050 LOW-INCOME PMSA : San Jose, CA 17550 ?11100 FY 1993 MEDIAN FAMILY VERY LOW-INCOME INCOME: 59300 LOW-INCOME MSA : Santa Barbara -Santa Maria-Lomp FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 45500 VERY LOW-INCOME 4'1550 4f.tf n LOW-INCOME PMSA : Santa Cruz, CA 29200 FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 47500 VERY LOW-INCOME 3115Sh LOW-INCOME PMSA : Santa Rosa-Petniuma, CA FY 1993 MEDIAN FAMILY VERY LOW-INCOME INCOME: 46200 LOW-INCOME MSA : Stockton, CA 34400 FY 1993 'INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY VERY LOW-INCOME 38200 LOW-INCOME PMSA : Vallejo-Falrfleld-Napa, CA FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 46800 VERY LOW-INCOME 18200 29100 20450 32750 LOW-INCOME MSA : Visalle-Tulare-Porterv111e, CA FY 1993 MEDIAN FAMILY VERY LOW-INCOME INCOME: 29400 LOW-INCOME MSA : Yuba City, CA 45150 FY 1993 INCOME: MEDIAN FAMILY 30500 VERY LOW-INCOME 23400 35750 26000 LOW-INCOME COUNTY Alpine County :14301, FY 1993 MEDIAN FAMILY VERY LOW-INCOME INCOME: 32300 LOW-INCOME C40PERSON 151PIi11 I PERSON 7 I'I 11SON 3 PERSON SUN 13950 22350 15950 "5550 17950 19950 21550 23150 24750 761"o 28750 31900 34450 37050 39600 421St, 15350 24600 17550 ?11100 19750 31600 21950 23700 25450 27700 35100 37950 40750 4'1550 4f.tf n 20450 27800 23350 31750 26300 35750 29200 31550 33850 3620() 3115Sh 39700 42900 46050 49250 52400 20750 27800 23700 31750 26700 35750 •29650 32000 34400 36750 39150 39700 42900 46050 49250 52400 15950 25500 18200 29100 20450 32750 22750 24550 26400 28200 30050 36400 39300 42200 45150 4SO50 18200 27800 20 ft 0o :11750 23400 35750 26000 28100 30f50 32250 :14301, 39700 42900 46050 49250 52400 16150 25850 18500 29550 20800 33250 23100 24950 26800 28650 30501) 36950 39900 42850 45850 48800 13350 21400 15300 74450 17200 27500 19100 20650 22150 23700 25200 30550 33000 35450 37900 40350 16400 26200 18700 29950 21050 33700 23400 25750 27150 29000 30900 37450, 40450 43450 4G400 49400 11950 19150 13700 7.1900 15400 24600 17100 18450 50 3750 212 2250 27350 29550 33950 36500 11950 19150 13700 21900 15400 24600 17100 27350 18450 19850 21200 29550 31750 33950 6100 36100 12650 20200 14450 23100 16250 26000 18050 19500 20950 22400 23850 28900 31200 33500 35800 38100