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THE CITY IS CURRENTLY UPDATING THE HOUSING ELEMENT 

UPDATE - The draft housing Element was submitted to the Department of Housing and Community Development on September 28, 2016 for their review. To view a copy of the draft please click here.

Based on State comments the City continues to work on revisions to the Housing Element.  To see revised sections submitted on January 10, 2017 , please click here

To see revised sections submitted on March 3, 2017, please click here. 

 

Social Service Grant Applications Now Available!

Please click here for additional information and for the application.

 

Housing and Social Services

Provides information about social services available in San Clemente and Orange County along with affordable housing and grant information . 

Key Services

Housing Services-  Information on San Clemente Housing Programs, Public Service Grant, Neighborhood and Home Revitalization program, CDBG Information, Affordable Housing Overlay and listings, and THE HOUSING ELEMENT UPDATE CURRENTLY UNDERWAY.
Social Services- Information on local services, shelters, adult day care, food pantries and resource centers.
Senior Services- Information on mobility programs and the Cyber Café.
Emergency Shelter Zoning- The latest information on the City's efforts to comply with State mandate Senate Bill 2 (SB 2) to establish zoning for emergency homeless shelters.
Human Affairs Committee- Information on the Human Affairs Committee.

2017-18 Annual Action Plan 

The City has drafted the Annual Action Plan for the 2017-2018 fiscal year in order for the City to continue to receive CDBG funds from HUD.  The plan will be reviewed at the April 4th City Council meeting and can be viewed by clicking here.  If you have questions please e-mail gregga@san-clemente.org

 

Adopted Consolidated Plan 2016-2019

The 2016-2019 Consolidated Plan, and 2016-2017 Annual Action Plan, has been prepared by the City’s Community Development Department in order for the City to continue to receive CDBG funds from HUD.  The primary objective of the CDBG program is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate-income.  To review the approved document please click here.

Contact Information

SocialServices@san-clemente.org