Inclusionary Housing

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Daly City Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Inclusionary housing policies have been around in California for about 30 years. In that time over 100 jurisdictions have created programs resulting in over 34,000 affordable homes and apartments.

Inclusionary housing policies require developers of new housing to make a certain percentage of new units affordable to low or moderate income residents. Increasingly, these programs provide a significant share of new affordable housing development throughout the state.

The City has adopted a goal to encourage the development of housing that is affordable to both renters and owners and for families of all income levels. The inclusionary housing policy is one of several tools the City can use to encourage and expand affordable housing opportunities in our community.

On September 10, 2007, Daly City's City Council approved an inclusionary housing ordinance. The ordinance applies to all areas of the City except for redevelopment project areas which already have inclusionary housing requirement.


Lenelle Suliguin
Housing Coordinator
City of Daly City
333 90th Street
Daly City, CA 94015
(650) 991-8256