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City of Scotts Valley Affordable Housing Month Event
Water & Scotts Valley's Future Housing Needs
Tuesday, May 21, 2024 - 6:30 p.m.
Free Virtual Community Event

Scotts Valley recently adopted the City's 6th Cycle Housing Element (HE) which provides a plan for how the city will meet its housing needs for the next seven years. California's Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) certified the City's HE on April 2nd.  

Scotts Valley must plan for 1220 new housing units by 2031.
But What About the Water?
Plan on attending to learn more about the City's water supply and future housing needs.

Event Speakers
Scotts Valley Mayor Randy Johnson 
Jack Dilles, City Councilmember & Affordable Housing Committee Member
David McNair, Scotts Valley Water District General Manager
Chris Perry, Developer & Scotts Valley Water District Board Member

Affordable Housing NOW!
We are a task force of local residents working for affordable housing in Santa Cruz County, CA. The principles of our team are listed below.  

Our Working Principles

  1. Affordable housing solutions should be directed toward housing for existing local moderate and low income residents.
  2. Affordable housing programs should address existing housing, on the recognition that no amount of new development can meet the need for affordable housing here.
  3. Affordable housing programs must address the prolonged and severe crisis in the local rental housing market, which includes over half of our households.
  4. New development and affordability modifications to existing housing should utilize best practices for energy and water efficiency, open space, landscaping and drainage, in order to minimize environmental impacts, maintain neighborhood quality, and reduce operating costs for residents.
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