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Land Use and Regional Growth

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Community Planning

Comprehensive Land Use and Regional Growth Projects

Growth Forecasts

  • 2030 Regional Growth Forecast Update: Process and Model Documentation
    4/2008 [PDF: 1MB]
    The SANDAG forecasts comprise a complex set of assumptions, input data, computations, and model interactions. This report presents a description of the SANDAG forecast models used in the 2030 Forecast, including a general flow of information and some of the key inputs, assumptions, and computations for each of the components.

Housing

  • Affordable Homes in Our Neighborhoods
    12/2008 [PDF: 1MB]

  • Condominium Construction Defect Litigation and Affordable Housing, July 2001
    7/2001 [PDF: 147KB]
    The Anatomy of a Problem, with Strategies for a Solution: This issue paper describes the challenge of condominium construction defect litigation (CDL) in the context of the region's housing crisis and the need to provide more affordable housing. This paper was prepared as background information for the Construction Defect Litigation Workshop, co-sponsored by SANDAG's Regional Housing Task Force and the San Diego Partners in Homeownership.

  • Condominium Conversions in the San Diego Region, June 2004
    6/2004 [PDF: 142KB]
    This issue paper describes the recent surge in condominium conversions, common positive and negative effects and existing policies implemented in various jurisdictions.

  • Fact Sheet - Regional Housing Needs Assessment
    4/2012 [PDF: 246KB]

  • Homes for All San Diegans, June 2006
    6/2006 [PDF: 778KB]
    This report describes how the lack of housing choices is affecting the San Diego region, particularly lower income residents, and the public policies that are being pursued to provide a continuum of housing choice.

  • Housing Element Self-Certification Report to the Legislature, April 2003
    4/2003 [PDF: 277KB]
    A report regarding the Housing Element Self-Certification Pilot Project in the San Diego region prepared in fulfillment of the requirements of AB 1715 (Gov. Code Section 6). This report was submitted to the legislature along with the Housing Element Self-Certification Report: Implementation of a Pilot Program for the San Diego Region, the Self-Certification Workbook/Affordable Housing Record, and an appendix of related correspondence and reports. All three reports are available for viewing in PDF format, while the letters and reports in Appendix 3 can be requested by contacting Susan Baldwin at sba@sandag.org

  • Housing Element Self-Certification Report: Implementation of a Pilot Program for the San Diego Region, June 1998
    6/1998 [PDF: 180KB]
    State legislation (AB 1715) sponsored by SANDAG in 1995 created the opportunity for jurisdictions within the San Diego region to self-certify the housing element of their general plans. This report presents the procedures developed by the SANDAG Housing Element Advisory Committee for implementing this housing element self-certification option. This report is an appendix to the Housing Element Self-Certification Report to the Legislature.

  • Regional Housing Needs Assessment Plan - Fifth Housing Element Cycle, 2010-2020
    10/2011 [PDF: 5MB]
    This RHNA is for the fifth housing element cycle (January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2020) and covers an eleven-year projection period (January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2020).

  • Regional Housing Progress Report 2003-2011
    7/2012 [PDF: 1MB]

  • Regional Housing Progress Report 2003-2013
    3/2015 [PDF: 791KB]

  • Self-Certification Workbook/Affordable Housing Record, February 2003
    2/2003 [PDF: 146KB]
    This workbook helps jurisdictions implement the methodology for housing element self-certification in 2004. It focuses on the mechanics of self-certification and includes information and forms to assist in calculating the 1999-2004 affordable housing goals and determining whether the goals were met. This report is an appendix to the Housing Element Self-Certification Report to the Legislature.

  • Subsections:
  • Housing Performance Workbook
    2/2003 [XLS: 112KB]
  • Solving the San Diego Region's Housing Crisis, July 2001
    7/2001 [PDF: 2MB]
    Addressing the region's housing needs requires a concerted effort on the part of local governments, the housing industry, civic groups, housing advocates, and the business community. This publication describes bold actions that must be taken to solve the housing crisis and maintain our region's livability, while sustaining our economic prosperity.