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GROWING SLC: A FIVE-YEAR HOUSING PLAN 2018-2022

On December 12 2017, the Salt Lake City Council voted unanimously to adopt Growing SLC: A Five-Year Housing Plan 2018-2022, the first housing plan for the City since 2000.

The plan outlines a thoughtful strategy for ensuring long-term affordability and preservation that continues to enhance neighborhoods while balancing their unique needs. Moreover, it considers that as we grow we must build, but build thoughtfully, in a way that is sustainable, equitable and durable.

Growing SLC lays out a number of comprehensive solutions and policies to address the lack of affordable housing for households earning 40% or below the Area Median Income, including: updates to zoning regulations, removing impediments to development, innovative construction, increasing homeownership opportunities, eliminating incidences of housing discrimination, and implementing life-cycle housing principles. (Please note, that this plan serves as our State of Utah required biennial Moderate Income Housing Plan.)


Salt Lake City Data Book 2020

Describing the characteristics of Salt Lake City’s population and households at the neighborhood level reveals much more about the diversity, opportunities, and challenges within its population than does a set of citywide metrics. The tables and maps in this data book provide many opportunities to understand the city’s diverse characteristics in great detail.

This book utilizes two primary data sources:
• 2019 subcounty population and housing estimates produced by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute.
• Demographic and socioeconomic information from the American Community Survey 2014-2018 5-year Estimates (ACS).


Sales Tax and Affordable Housing – Funding Our Future

New revenue in the City’s Housing Stability budget will help establish long-range funding mechanisms to increase the supply of affordable housing. The City’s new Growing SLC plan identified strategies to provide low-interest loans to affordable housing developers, support down payment assistance strategies and provide case managers for those looking for affordable housing solutions.
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Housing Innovation – Winter Innovation’s Summit

Convened by the Sorenson Impact Center and held in Salt Lake City UT, the annual Winter Innovation Summit is the premier cross-industry event in social impact, innovation, and investing.

The 2019 Summit was the most diverse and inclusive to date with over 920 attendees, an unforgettable call to action from Mayor Michael Tubbs of Stockton CA, and Darren Walker president of the Ford Foundation. sorensonimpact.com/2019-winter-innovation-summit

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Growing Salt Lake City 2020 Annual Report

Per Salt Lake City’s 5 year Growing SLC Hosing Plan, attached below are documents for the annual 2020 report.

Salt Lake City 2020 Annual Moderate Income Housing Report

Salt Lake City MIHP Annual Report 2020 (MIHP Annual Report 2020 will download as a PDF with small font, you must zoom in on it to read the details).

Salt Lake City Five Year Projection Calculator 2020

Salt Lake City Administrative Approval 2020 Annual Report

5 Year Housing Plan, signed ordinance


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GROWING SLC: A FIVE-YEAR HOUSING PLAN 2018-2022

On December 12 2017, the Salt Lake City Council voted unanimously to adopt Growing SLC: A Five-Year Housing Plan 2018-2022, the first housing plan for the City since 2000.

The plan outlines a thoughtful strategy for ensuring long-term affordability and preservation that continues to enhance neighborhoods while balancing their unique needs. Moreover, it considers that as we grow we must build, but build thoughtfully, in a way that is sustainable, equitable and durable.

Growing SLC lays out a number of comprehensive solutions and policies to address the lack of affordable housing for households earning 40% or below the Area Median Income, including: updates to zoning regulations, removing impediments to development, innovative construction, increasing homeownership opportunities, eliminating incidences of housing discrimination, and implementing life-cycle housing principles. (Please note, that this plan serves as our State of Utah required biennial Moderate Income Housing Plan.)


Salt Lake City Data Book 2020

Describing the characteristics of Salt Lake City’s population and households at the neighborhood level reveals much more about the diversity, opportunities, and challenges within its population than does a set of citywide metrics. The tables and maps in this data book provide many opportunities to understand the city’s diverse characteristics in great detail.

This book utilizes two primary data sources:
• 2019 subcounty population and housing estimates produced by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute.
• Demographic and socioeconomic information from the American Community Survey 2014-2018 5-year Estimates (ACS).


Sales Tax and Affordable Housing – Funding Our Future

New revenue in the City’s Housing Stability budget will help establish long-range funding mechanisms to increase the supply of affordable housing. The City’s new Growing SLC plan identified strategies to provide low-interest loans to affordable housing developers, support down payment assistance strategies and provide case managers for those looking for affordable housing solutions.
Read More

Housing Innovation – Winter Innovation’s Summit

Convened by the Sorenson Impact Center and held in Salt Lake City UT, the annual Winter Innovation Summit is the premier cross-industry event in social impact, innovation, and investing.

The 2019 Summit was the most diverse and inclusive to date with over 920 attendees, an unforgettable call to action from Mayor Michael Tubbs of Stockton CA, and Darren Walker president of the Ford Foundation. sorensonimpact.com/2019-winter-innovation-summit

Read More



Growing Salt Lake City 2020 Annual Report

Per Salt Lake City’s 5 year Growing SLC Hosing Plan, attached below are documents for the annual 2020 report.

Salt Lake City 2020 Annual Moderate Income Housing Report

Salt Lake City MIHP Annual Report 2020 (MIHP Annual Report 2020 will download as a PDF with small font, you must zoom in on it to read the details).

Salt Lake City Five Year Projection Calculator 2020

Salt Lake City Administrative Approval 2020 Annual Report

5 Year Housing Plan, signed ordinance


DASHBOARD

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