RHNA Housing Numbers
Regional Housing Needs Assessment (from 2012 General Plan Annual Report)
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During 2011, Camarillo coordinated with SCAG (Southern California Association of Governments) on the preparation of the Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) numbers.
The RHNA indicates that Camarillo must plan for approximately 2,224 dwellings during the next housing element planning period that will cover from October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2021
From Conejo Creek Specific Plan DEIR-Housing and Population analysis:
“Based on the current average number of persons per household in the City (approximately 2.645 persons per household), cumulative development and the proposed Specific Plan would increase the City’s population by approximately 22,017 people beyond existing population (65,201). The current population of the City is within SCAG projections through 2010 and the increase in population of approximately 22,017 associated with both cumulative buildout combined with the proposed Specific Plan would exceed SCAG 2030 projections by 8,907 persons. Cumulative development without the proposed Specific Plan would still exceed SCAG growth forecasts in 2030 by 2,323 persons. Thus, the Specific Plan would contribute to this exceedance. Therefore, the proposed Specific Plan’s contribution to population impacts would be cumulatively considerable.”
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The following groups these projects in terms of their larger development association:
VILLAGE AT THE PARK: STANDARD PACIFIC & DR HORTON:
Total of 146 units to be built once Calleguas Creek flood control improvements are finished
SPRINGVILLE: AMLI APARTMENTS, LARO PARCELS, RAN RANCHO PARCELS:
In addition, just approved by the City Council in January 2012:
A complex of 375 middle/high-end apartments to be built behind the old Imation building off Dawson Dr.
A total of 2087 units, nearly fulfilling the RHNA planned housing quota of 2,224 units through the year 2021.
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CONEJO CREEK PROPERTIES (GPA 2007-2):
2,500 housing units, 100+ acres of industrial development and 50+ acres of commercial/retail
on the 740 acres of farmland at the bottom of the Conejo Grade. Further details can be seen HERE.