2023-2031 Housing Element
Overview of Housing Element
The City of Emeryville launched the 2023-2031 Update to the Housing Element in April 2021 and plans to submit the final report prior to the January 2023 deadline. The Housing Element will include an analysis of the following:
- Review of 2015-2023 Housing Element
- Housing Needs Assessment
- Housing Resources & Opportunities
- Assessment of Fair Housing
- Housing Site Inventory
- Housing Constraints
- Housing Programs
More specific information on the 2023-2031 Housing Element will be added to this page, when updates become available.
Get Involved & Share Your Input
Focused and meaningful community engagement is an important part of the Housing Element update process; therefore, the City of Emeryville will hold stakeholder consultation meetings, community workshops and seek input and recommendations from the Housing Committee, Planning Commission and City Council in order to ensure we are soliciting input from all segments of the community.
Please check back frequently or sign up to receive email notifications regarding surveys, meeting announcements, and updates on the status of the Emeryville Housing Element.
The following surveys have been closed and analysis of responses is underway. Future surveys will be posted below.
June 29, 2021: Housing Needs & Objectives Survey
July 7, 2021: Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Survey
Below is a schedule of tentative public meetings and scheduled topics for the Community to learn more about the Housing Element. The Public is open to attend any of the meetings listed below and provide their feedback. Click on the date for meeting materials, once available.
Housing Element Overview
June 29, 2021 (Video)
October 28, 2021 (Video)
November 16, 2021 (Video)
Accomplishments, Goals, Programs & Policies
Housing Needs Assessment & Assessment of Fair Housing
Site Inventory & Strategies for meeting RHNA
December 1, 2021
April 28, 2022
May 5, 2022
Housing Constraints & Resources and Opportunities
March 2, 2022
April 6, 2022
October 27, 2022
December 1, 2022
Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA)
The California Department of Housing and Community Development determines the total number of new homes the each region needs to build—and how affordable those homes need to be—in order to meet the housing needs of people at all income levels. The Association of Bay Area Government (ABAG) distributes a share to each city, town and county in the Bay Area region. The RHNA allocated to Emeryville for the 2023-2031 timeframe is as follows:
Very Low Income (<50% of Area Median Income) 451
Low Income (50-80% of Area Median Income) 259
Moderate Income (80-120% of Area Median Income) 308
Above Moderate Income (>120% of Area Median Income) 797
Frequently Asked Questions
Additional information to be posted soon.
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