HOUSING SUCCESSOR AGENCY

All Redevelopment Agencies (RDAs) in California were formally dissolved effective January 1, 2012.   The affordable housing functions of the former RDAs were assigned to Housing Successor Agencies (HSA).  Most commonly, the City or County that created the RDA would assume responsibility for administering the HSA, either directly or through its own housing authority.

The housing assets of the former redevelopment agency of the County of Los Angeles were assumed by the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA).  In addition, five Cities (Arcadia, Azusa, Huntington Park, Industry, and San Gabriel) elected to transfer their former redevelopment housing assets to the local housing agency, as such Los Angeles County Development Authority serves as the HSA for those Cities.

HOUSING SUCCESSOR AGENCY REPORTS

The HSA Annual Report regarding the Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund has been prepared pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 34176.1(f) and is prepared annually.   The Report sets forth certain details of the Los Angeles County Development Authority HSA activities during the previous fiscal year.

Annual Report

AB 987 REPORT

In accordance with the Health and Safety Code Section 33418 and AB 987 (2007), all HSAs are required to compile and maintain a database of existing, new, and substantially rehabilitated housing units developed or otherwise assisted with the respective agency's Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund. The list below contains affordable housing developments assisted by the HSA and the former RDAs of the County of Los Angeles and the Cities of Arcadia, Azusa, and Huntington Park. This report will be updated on an annual basis.

This is not a list of available units. Please do not contact or disturb the owners or tenants of these units. For further information about locating affordable housing, please visit the Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center at http://housing.lacounty.gov/

AB 987 Report