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West Hollywood is committed to supporting the community's housing needs by linking residents to information and resources they need to keep their housing and remain in the community and by providing affordable housing opportunities through the inclusionary housing program and in partnership with affordable housing providers.


Housing Survey

We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to tell us about your housing needs. Results are confidential and help inform and design the City's housing programs. 

2017 Community Conversations on Housing

In February, the City hosted two community conversations on housing. The meetings provided an opportunity to meet and share ideas. Since 2012, the City has been hosting annual community conversations to engage renters, property owners, and all community members on housing in an effort to assure City policies and programs best support the community needs.

                            

 Wednesday, February 1, 2017

   7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

   West Hollywood Library

   Community Meeting Room

   625 N. San Vicente Boulevard           

              

   Thursday, February 16, 2017

   7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

   Plummer Park Community Center      

   Room 6

   7377 Santa Monica Boulevard

For more information, contact Tom Trevor at ttrevor@weho.org or (323) 848-6472.


 

Housing Policies and Programs

The City's adopted Housing Element includes policies and programs for meeting the community's housing needs. The City sets its housing policies every eight years following California's Housing Planning Cycle. The current State Housing Planning Cycle is from 2013 - 2021.

Inclusionary Housing

New multi-unit residential projects must provide inclusionary housing either onsite or pay a fee in-lieu.

 Affordable Housing

The City partners with non-profit housing developers, providing low interest loans for the development of affordable housing.

 

 2013 – 2021 Housing Goals

H.1: Provide affordable rental housing.

H.2: Maintain and enhance the quality of the housing stock and residential neighborhoods.

H.3: Encourage a diverse housing stock to address the needs of all socioeconomic segments of the community.

H.4: Provide for adequate opportunities for new construction of housing.

H.5: Provide for a government environment that facilitates housing development and preservation.

H.6: Promote equal access to housing for all.                 

 

Affordable Housing
First Time Home Buyer and Other Home Ownership Programs

Housing Element 


West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation (WHCHC)
Housing Forms

 

 

     

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