CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO Building & Safety Division ● 919 Palm Street ● San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 ● (805) 781-7180 ● (805) 781-7182 Fax
INCLUSIONARY HOUSING REQUIREMENT EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2004 A program designed to increase the supply of housing affordable to very-low, low- and moderate-income households in the City of San Luis Obispo. 1
Type of Development Project
In City Location
In Expansion Area
Build 3% low or 5% moderate cost 2 Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs ), but not less than 1 ADU per project; 3 Or Pay in-lieu fee equal to 5% of building 4 valuation. Build 5% low- and 10% moderate-cost ADUs, but not less than 1 ADU per project Or Pay in-lieu fee equal to 15% of building valuation.
Build 2 ADUs per acre, but not less than 1 ADU per project; Or Pay in-lieu fee equal to 5% of building valuation Build 2 ADUs per acre, but not less than 1 ADU per project Or Pay in-lieu fee equal to 5% of building valuation
Residential developments of four or less dwellings, and commercial developments of 2,500 gross square feet of floor area or less are exempt from these requirements.
Affordable Dwelling Units must meet City affordability criteria
Developer may build affordable housing in the required amounts, pay in-lieu fee based on the above formula, or dedicate real property, or a combination of these, to City approval.
“Building valuation” shall mean the total value of all construction work for which a permit would be issued, as determined by the Chief Building Official using the Uniform Building Code.
PUBLIC ART IN PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 14, 2000 A program designed to provide opportunities for the general public to experience quality works of art by facilitating their acquisition, display and development in places where they may be experienced by large numbers of people.
Applies to all new non-residential development and all expansion of, remodeling of or tenant improvements to existing eligible buildings when any work has a total construction cost of $100,000 or more. Options Propose Public Art to be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Review Committee and the Art Jury for art to be placed in a public place on or in the vicinity of the development project site. Or Pay an Art In-Lieu Fee in an amount equal to one-half of one percent (.5%) of that portion of the total construction costs in excess of $100,000 for each building permit.