Inclusionary Zoning

Brief: “Inclusionary” zoning policies ensure that set percentages of new for-sale and rental housing units built in a city are provided to households of very low to moderate income levels.

Description:Municipal codes may require new residential developments to include a set percentage of affordable units at designated levels of area median income.

Examples:

San Clemente, CA
San Clemente’s zoning policy ensures that 15% of new for-sale and rental housing units built in the city are made affordable to low-income or very low income households.

Irvine, CA
Irvine requires 15% of all newly constructed for-sale or for-rent residential units be made available to affordable households.

EXPLORE CASE STUDIES:

Camden Apartments
Central Park
Granite Court Apartments
Avalon Jamboree Village
Alexan Bellecour
South Brea Lofts
Tustin Legacy


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