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1. 2 o Initial Affordable Housing Ordinance adopted in 1997 o Community College District Ordinance adopted in 2000 required 15% affordable housing. o.

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2 2 o Initial Affordable Housing Ordinance adopted in 1997 o Community College District Ordinance adopted in 2000 required 15% affordable housing. o EZO Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance Adopted in 2002 o County Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance Adopted in 2006 Required 30% AH for Major Projects and 16% AH for Minor Projects. o Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance amended in 2012 to reduce the Percentage of AH Required to 15 % for Major Projects and 8 % for Minor Projects.

3 3 o Provided Density bonus o Based on the % of affordable housing provided and on the degree of affordability o The greater the range of affordability, the more bonus units are allowed o Resulted in no Affordable Housing

4 4 Community College District Affordable Housing Requirements: o Affordable Housing Plan required in all developments in Village, Fringe, Rural and Employment Center Zones o Fifteen percent (15%) of the total housing approved in the Master Plan required to be identified as Affordable Housing.

5 5 Community College Affordable Housing Requirements: o If an applicant exceeds the 5% in income ranges 1 or 2, the requirement for higher income ranges reduced o AH units are integrated into overall layout o AH units must be phased like market units

6 6 CCD Development Criteria: o Incentives specific to Affordable Housing o Density different than other County areas o 3.5 du/ac minimum o Zones and density areas are mapped and adopted by Board o General Community College Zoning Standards o 50% open space o Parks, plazas and trails required o Mix of housing types required o Mixed use Neighborhood & Community Centers required

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8 o EZO Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance Adopted in 2002 o For developments in the Extraterritorial Zone served by City of Santa Fe water & sewer o Provided a density bonus of one additional lot or dwelling unit for each required affordable unit meeting the provisions of the City’s HOP Type A development (16%) 8

9 9 o County Ordinance Required 30% Affordable Housing for Major Projects and 16% for Minor Projects. o Ordinance replaced CCD Ordinance and expanded the area to the Northern and Central Areas of the County

10 10 o Affordable housing should be located in primary growth areas of the County with adequate public facilities and services. o Should be supported through developer incentives and direct assistance to qualified households. o Energy and water efficiency integral for long term affordability

11  Goal 46: Effectively and efficiently provide adequate, affordable workforce housing for Santa Fe County residents.  Goal 47: Support the development of affordable housing in appropriate locations with adequate public facilities and services.  Goal 48: Support long-term housing affordability and occupancy through public and private partnerships. 11

12 o Established focus groups to provide input on the inclusionary zoning ordinance o Location o Percentages o Adequate Facilities and Services o Incentives o Resulted in the amendment to the Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance o Ordinance amended the Percentage of Affordable Housing Required from to 15 % for Major Projects and 8 % for Minor Projects. 12


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