Analysis of Performance
- This is a quarterly metric.
- The community’s inventory of affordable rental housing increased by 120 homes this quarter.
- The community’s second permanent supportive housing project opens 60 apartment homes with service supports this quarter.
- The timing was perfect to get people who were formerly homeless into housing during the pandemic.
- 14 people experiencing homelessness were exited from the non-congregate shelter program into permanent housing at Mason Place.
- The final 60 apartment homes were constructed completing a 180-unit rental development in the southern part of the City.
- The bulk of this year’s new inventory has been delivered this first quarter.
Photos of Mason Place, the City's second permanent supportive housing project, which provides 60 apartment homes for people formerly experiencing homelessness. Photo credit: Matthew Stave Photography.
- The expected apartments for rent have been delivered as expected.
- The targets for the rest of the year are based on for-sale housing development which may be slowed down somewhat by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why Is This Important?
City Organization Impact on Performance
Low – The City does not build affordable housing units. Through policy and grants provided by the Competitive Process, the City often invests in new housing units or preservation of units for lower-income residents. The City responds to development proposals. These metric reports on completed units that will immediately affect existing inventory numbers.