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03-10-2010 CC Rpt A05 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK USE ONLY Meeting Date: March 23, 2010 act Public Hearing: ❑ RECEIVED VD Discussion Item: ❑/ "p Consent item: p Z0I� n.R I Mi 9: 33 OFFICE OtoF WIY I CLERK March 16, 2009 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the City Council receive and file the Annual Report on the Implementation of the General Plan for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 and direct staff to file a copy of the report with the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, and the Department of Housing and Community Development. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Government Code Section 65400(b)(1) requires that an Annual Report on the General Plan be submitted to the local legislative body, including the City's progress in meeting its fair share of regional housing needs. The City Council is being requested to review and comment on the Annual Report. This report covers Fiscal Year (FY) 2008-2009, which began July 1, 2008, and ended June 30, 2009. Once approved by the City Council, the report will be submitted to the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, and the Department of Housing and Community Development. ADMINISTRATION OF THE GENERAL PLAN: General Plan Status State law requires that each city and county adopt a general plan that addresses seven mandated elements. Additional topics may be adopted, which are called optional elements. Once optional elements are adopted, they carry the same legal weight as any of the seven mandatory elements and must be consistent with all other elements. State law also requires that the General Plan be kept current either through comprehensive updates or amendments. Updates for an element are usually undertaken at least five years apart, and look at underlying conditions and preferences. Amendments are typically smaller in scope, and involve changing the text of the General Plan or changing the land use element map. Amendments are typically triggered by a private (developer) application or by direction from the City Council. Changes to the General Plan require a public hearing before the Commission and the City Council. /96 March 23, 2010 Page 2 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 Table 1 shows the status of the City's General Plan elements, both mandated and optional elements. Table 1: General Plan Elements Element Required or Date of Adoption ` Comment Optional- or Amendments Land Use Required Adopted in 1994. The amendment was to change Latest amendment the designation of three parcels in 2008. from open space to commercial due to inadequate site access, and to facilitate future commercial development north of the Gateway Village shopping center. Housing Required Adopted in 1994. City Council reviewed and Latest update in approved the draft Housing 2008. Element Update (Year 2006-2014) on June 24, 2008, and staff submitted to the California Department of Housing and Community Development (State) for review on June 25, 2008. The State reviewed the draft Housing Element and sent comments back to the City on August 26, 2008. Staff addressed those comments and sent the revised draft Housing Element to the State on January 25, 2010. Circulation Required Adopted in 1994. The amendment was for the Pine Latest amendment Avenue Extension east of SR 71 in 2007. Freeway into the City of Chino. Both the City of Chino and Chino Hills worked in partnership to make both cities General Plans reflect consistent right-of-way widths. The ultimate project will construct/realign the segment of Pine Avenue from the SR-71 Chino Valley Freeway to the City limit line/boundary, which is adjacent to the City of Chino. This connection provides additional access to the Fairfield Ranch area, including Big League Dreams. Conservation Required Adopted in 1994. Safety Required Adopted in 1994. March 23, 2010 Page 3 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 Parks, Recreation, Required Adopted in 1994. After a two year public and Open Space Latest amendment participation process, the Parks, in 2008. Recreation, and Open Space Element was comprehensively updated to reflect current community needs. Noise Required Adopted in 1994. Economic Optional Adopted in 1994. Development AMENDMENTS TO THE GENERAL PLAN: During FY 2008-2009, there were no General Plan Amendments presented to the City Council. The City has commenced an in-house review of the entire general plan to ensure internal consistency and compliance with state law. STATUS OF HOUSING ELEMENT IMPLEMENTATION: Government Code Section 65588 requires that each local government review its Housing Element as frequently as appropriate to evaluate all of the following: 1) The appropriateness of the housing goals, objectives, and policies in contributing to the attainment of the state housing goal. 2) The effectiveness of the Housing Element in attainment of the community's housing goals and objectives. 3) The progress of the city, county, or city and county in implementation of the housing element. Additionally, the Housing Element shall be revised as appropriate, but not less than every five years, to reflect the results of this periodic review. The City's current Housing Element was certified by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (State) on October 29, 2007. Subsequent to the approval of the current Housing Element, the State requires that each city submit their Housing Element update for Year 2006-2014. On June 24, 2008, the City Council reviewed and approved the draft Housing Element Update (Year 2006-2014) and directed staff to submit the draft to the State for review. The State received the current draft Housing Element that was transmitted to them in June 2008 and sent comments back to the City August 2008. Staff addressed the State's comments and sent the revised draft Housing Element to the State on January 25, 2010. The revised draft Housing Element transmitted to the State reflects the City's continued efforts to provide adequate and affordable housing for all persons in the community. March 23, 2010 Page 4 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 Regional Housing Assessment State law requires jurisdictions to provide for their share of regional housing needs. As part of the Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA), the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) determines the housing growth needs by income category for cities within its jurisdiction, which includes the City of Chino Hills. RHNA determinations for Chino Hills during this planning period (Year 2006-2014) is 1,040 units, which is divided into the various income groups as follows: • Extremely low— 131 units • Very low — 131 units • Low— 180 units • Moderate — 205 units • Above Moderate — 393 units The State also requires each jurisdiction to complete an Annual Element Progress Report for its Housing Element Implementation (See Attachment 1) along with the Annual Report on the General Plan. The Annual Element Progress Report focuses on the City's progress in meeting the City's RHNA dwelling unit allocations for each planning period over the previous calendar year (January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009) as well as a progress report on the implementation of each Housing Element program. Community Development Block Grant The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a program provided through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The CDBG program is a flexible program that HUD provides on a formula basis to both "non- entitlement" and "entitlement" communities to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment, and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons. For entitlement communities, HUD determines the amount of each CDBG by a statutory dual formula which uses several objective measures of community needs, including the extent of poverty, population, housing overcrowding, age of housing and population growth lag in relationship to other metropolitan areas. Fiscal Year 2008-2009 marks the City's sixth year as an "entitlement City" for receipt of the CDBG Program funds directly from HUD. Prior to becoming an "entitlement City" in 2003, the City was receiving CDBG funds only as a "participating community" or "subrecipient" of the San Bernardino County CDBG Program. From 2003 to 2008, the City has received an approximate average of $472,276 annually from HUD. During FY 2008-2009, the City received approximately $423,291 in CDBG funds. March 23, 2010 Page 5 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 In FY 2008-2009, the CDBG funds were allocated for use in the following manner: 1. Program Administration $84,600 (Including $16,000 Inland Fair Housing Mediation Board). 2. No housing projects were funded using CDBG Funds in FY 2008-2009; the Home Improvement Grant program continued to use the balance of funds from previous years $3,903.89. 3. Public Service Programs $63,493, which is allocated to the following agencies/organizations: a. Library Literacy Program $21,000; b. Hillview Acres $22,000; the activity was cancelled due to the agency being unable to meet the program requirements and the funds will be reallocated in FY 2009-2010; c. House of Ruth $4,000; a national service that works with local shelters to provide housing and support services to homeless women and children; d. Project Sister $4,000; the activity was cancelled due to the agency being unable to meet the program requirements and the funds will be reallocated in FY 2009-2010; e. Recreation Camp Scholarships $12,493: and 4. Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements $275,198. Through these efforts, Chino Hills complies with State Housing Element requirements and provides adequate sites to meet the City's current RHNA obligations. FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 POPULATION. HOUSING. AND PROJECT UPDATES: The City is approximately three-fourths through the life of the General Plan that was adopted in 1994, and projected to guide development until the Year 2013 (a 20-year time frame, which is a typical time frame for most cities' General Plans). The table below summarizes the population, housing units, and persons per household trend from the 2000 Census and the 2008/2009 Department of Finance. Table 2: Population and Housing # of Total # of Housing Units Persons Per Population Household Housing with .0184 Household Units Vacancy Rate 2000 66,787 66,636 20,414 20,039 3.33 Census 2008 Dept. of 78,465 78,314 22,960 22,538 3.48 Finance 2009 Dept. of 78,725 78,574 23,021 22,598 3.48 Finance March 23, 2010 Page 6 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 POPULATION The entire Southern California region, including San Bernardino County, is among the fastest growing in the nation. Southern California, which includes Imperial, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, and Santa Barbara Counties, grew over 43 percent from 1980 to 2000. During this same twenty year period, the population in San Bernardino County increased by 90.99 percent, indicating that San Bernardino County grew much faster than the Southern California region as a whole. In comparison to surrounding jurisdictions, Chino Hills has experienced phenomenal growth since its incorporation in December 1991. The General Plan reported that in 1980 the City had a population of 12,889, and by 1993, two years after incorporation, the population had grown to 48,041 persons. Since that 1993 count, Chino Hill's population has increased another 39.02 percent to 66,787 persons, according to the 2000 Census. Recent counts by the California Department of Finance (DOF) estimate that as of January 2009, Chino Hills' population reached 78,725, a 17.9 percent increase over the 2000 Census count. Today, the City's population ranks 9th out of the 24 jurisdictions in San Bernardino County. Housing Units Per the above table, the 2000 Census indicated that there were a total of 20,414 housing units. The DOF estimated that as of January 1, 2009, the City had 23,021 housing units, which is an increase of approximately 12.8% (or 2,607 units) from the 2000 Census. Using the DOF estimates for January 1, 2009, the City's current housing stock is comprised of 86.5% single-family, and 13.5% multi-family. The General Plan indicated that future residential market demand would be 92% single-family, and 8% multi-family apartments and condominiums. PERSONS PER HOUSEHOLD In regards to persons per household, the 2009 DOF estimates indicated that the number of persons per household for Chino Hills is 3.48, which is slightly higher than the 2000 Census number of 3.33.2 When the General Plan was adopted in 1994, the number of persons per household for Chino Hills was 3.23.3 Building Permits Issued The total number of residential units for which permits were issued during FY2008-2009 was 53 (37 permits issued during the 2009 calendar year), and included custom single- family homes and single-family tract units. Residential developments that have completed construction in FY 2008-2009 include various custom homes and phases of single-family tract homes (Tract 15164 — Vellano, Tract 15898 — Ridgegate, and Tract 16596 — Pine Valley Estates). 1 CA Dept. of Finance Table 2: E-4 Population Estimates for Cities, Counties and State, 2001-2009 with 2000 Benchmark 2 U. S. Census Bureau - DP-1. Profile of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000 Data Set: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data Geographic Area: 91709 5-Digit ZCTA 3 Chapter 2— Housing Element, page 2-14 March 23, 2010 Page 7 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 One notable building permit that was issued during FY2008-2009 was for the City's first Habitat sweat-equity home that will be located at 4616 Fairway Boulevard. Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity anticipates completion of the home by June 2010. The house will be sold to a person or family at an affordable housing cost; person or family's income which does not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the San Bernardino County area median income, adjusted to family size. The house will be restricted to an affordable housing cost for a period of not less than forty-five (45) years, Economic Development In February 2009, staff completed the update of the City's Demographic, Economic & Quality of Life Data study, which was last completed in 2004. Staff worked with noted Inland Empire Economist Dr. John Hosing. The report provides updated demographic, residential, employment, market, quality of life and financial information specific to the City of Chino Hills. The report also includes an overall profile of the Inland Empire market, its affects on Chino Hills and the distinguishing characteristics of the City. The information in the report has been used to support the efforts involved in the Vision 2020 project and also as the basis for the update of the City's Economic Development Strategy including the business recruiting, retention and marketing efforts. In addition, the data is available to be used as a reference document by any other department. Capital Improvement Projects The following are the capital projects that were completed during the last fiscal year: 1. Chino Hills Bicycle Lane Demarcation: Installation of a Class 2 (painted) bike lane on Chino Hills Parkway from SR 142 to the Diamond Bar City limits. 2. Annual Overlay/Slurry Seal Program (street listing available on request). 3. Traffic Signal at Slate Drive & Soquel Canyon Parkway: No. 1 priority of the updated (2008) Traffic Signal Priority List. 4. City Entrance Monument Signs: This phase included monuments at Grand Avenue and SR 71; Chino Hills Parkway at the Diamond Bar City limits; and on Peyton Drive at SR 71. 5. Government Center: Civic Center; Police Station; Fire District Headquarters; Library; and Parking Structure. 6. Chino Hills Trail Signs: Grant from San Bernardino County for trail signs and mile markers (installation by City staff) on various trails. 7. Rolling Ridge Water Main Replacement Phase II: Replacement of water main and house services on Olympic View Drive (partial); Moon Shadow Place; Meadowcrest Drive; Royal Court and Royal Ridge Drive (partial). March 23, 2010 Page 8 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 8. Repairs to Sewer Lines: Annual project to address minor maintenance problems in sewer mains throughout the City. (Identified as a result of video inspection of the City's 300+ miles of sewer lines.) The following are the capital projects that started/completed construction during the last fiscal year: 1. Irrigation Controller Replacement: Replace approximately 300 irrigation controllers with Internet based controller systems for enhanced water efficiency (funded primarily with a Metropolitan Water District grant). 2. Ilex Street Water Line Upgrade: Enhance fire flow capacity to Townsend Jr. High School. 3. Pipeline Avenue Recycled Water Line: Extend recycled water service from Soquel Canyon Parkway north along Pipeline Avenue and west along Woodview Road to provide recycled water to the Vellano area (including the golf course). The following are the capital projects that were in design during the last fiscal year: 1. Peyton Drive/Eucalyptus Avenue Extension: Federal environmental approval (NEPA) received in June 2009. Proceeding with final design. 2. Fairfield Ranch Road — Phase II: Realignment of Fairfield Ranch Road from south of Big League Dreams of Chino Hills to Pine Avenue. Environmental clearance under NEPA (multi-year timeline). 3. Los Serranos Infrastructure Phase 1B: Storm drain on Valle Vista Drive and a segment of Descanso Avenue (funded primarily by CDBG funds). 4. Safe Routes to School — Cycle 1: Curb and gutter, sidewalk and street lighting on Valle Vista Drive and Los Serranos Road in the Los Serranos Neighborhood (funded by the FHWA grant). 5. Los Serranos Infrastructure Phase 2: Storm drain, curb and gutter, sidewalk and street lighting on Pipeline Avenue, Los Serranos Boulevard, and other streets in the Los Serranos Neighborhood. 6. Traffic Signal at Butterfield Ranch Road and Slate Drive. Based upon the 2008 Traffic Signal Priority List. 7, Pipeline Avenue Community Center: New Community Center on Pipeline Avenue (former City Yard site). Project status suspended due to possible conflict with Southern California Edison (SCE) Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project. 8. High Zone Recycled Water System: Two recycled water reservoirs with 2.5 million gallons of storage capacity. 9. Intermediate Zone Recycled Water Reservoir: Design of a 2 million gallon recycled water storage reservoir. March 23, 2010 Page 9 SUBJECT: ANNUAL REPORT ON GENERAL PLAN IMPLEMENTATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 10.English Channel Improvements: Expand the capacity of English Channel in the vicinity of Peyton Drive and Eucalyptus Avenue for optimum flood control. Federal environmental approval (NEPA) received in October 2008. REVIEW BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION: The Planning Commission is scheduled to take action on the Annual Report on the Implementation of the General Plan for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 at a public hearing on March 16, 2010. The Planning Commission as the City's Planning authority, is being asked to review and recommend for City Council to approve the Annual Report. Any comments or proposed changes to these documents by the Planning Commission on March 16, 2010, shall be verbally presented to the City Council on March 23, 2010. REVIEW BY AFFECTED DEPARTMENTS: The Planning Commission, the City Attorney's Office, Assistant City Manager, City Engineer, Community Services Director, and the Assistant Community Development Director— Building Services have reviewed the Annual Report. FISCAL IMPACT: The fiscal impact associated with General Plan implementation is reviewed separately as part of the yearly budget process. 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See Example. 2007 Total Units Total to Date Remaining RHNA RHNA (all years) by Income Level Income Level Allocation by Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Income Level• Deed eedtnaec 0 Very Low Non-deed 262** 0 262 restricted Oeed Restricted 1 1 Lowi80 179 Nandeea 0 restricted Deed Restrictec 4 4 Moderate 63 Non-deed38 205 138 restricted Above Moderate 393 122 134 40 63 37 396 0 Total RHNA by COG. 1,040 Enter allocation number 539 Total Units 1 1 1 122 276 40 63 38 504 Remaining Need for RHNA Period 1 1 1 1 1 - RHNA determinations for Chino Hills for the planning period of 2006-2014(adopted by SCAG in July 2007).Total Dwelling Units=1,040.Extremely Low=131;Very Low= Notes: 131:Low 4180;Moderate=205;and Above Moderate=393. Extremely Low Income allocation contains half(or 131 units)of the City's Very Low Income allocation,which is 262 units. 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"8 U o d 'b b m Co G zm m %O C J- d Acta ;,inept 1 page6 of8 ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS PORT Housing Element Ime) (CCR Tide 25§6202 The City�s currently working on the Neighborhood Stabilization City of China Hills to receive these 31-Dec-09 phegram funding through HUD and is working watt as existing Jurisdiction _ paten On-going. me orkinguyers as i-Jan-09 Explore options for dayotoPtng{or funds in order to assist first time r+o units with down payments Reporting Periodhomeowners to acquire foreclosure er Program participating in)a first time holnem ate costs. First Txne HomeeuY program for low and and closing Habitat assistar� income households. InJanuary Humanity, a.the City nra no -prod wohPration Valley for Hdmaeiho a inglorfiir t t me non-profit corporation to the forld first Ume homebuyers.With thee�City's affordable housing Hbitaprocess of building a sw assistance.HabitatistaeBoulevard.The house intheoay locatedat 4616 at ay cost; homeperson or family at an affordable housing which does not exceed eighty percent will be sold a income wri median Income, person(605a orfamily's Bernardino County area adlua}of the San house will be restricted to anfive acordad to family cost The h period of not less than forty affordable housing for a p (45)years. au Fee Program was adopted Since the Affordable Housing In-Lieu 453.00(includes in March2 ffor the CHousinconnoted eeP AopteHousing in-lieu Fee Program options for developing an adopted March 2006. interest). Habitat for 'Fj�piore thatwoutdvntlt Pomona Valley Ha � eluedevelOP zoning policy artnershiP of 4616 fairway IncusionarY Zoning require developers to provide or As part of the City's Citypartnership the property y et contribute to affordable housing. of charge, Boulevard the be has conveyedand a total of$152,817.11 he rdbHousing tn_li u funds have been authorized to ba Me Affordable to sist Habitatavailable to with the entitlements and post- entitlements of the protect. Both the Community Development Department and rheHWsin9Community 2004' Services Department act on behalf of the City as Facilitate developer interest in p[ovldmg Established duly' Coordinator. Noosing Coordinator Facilitate housing. The marketing for the Shappes Residential is ongoing Marketing for the Tres Hermans site will be initiated General Ong°m8 following the expected adoption of the updated pursuing specific affordable 2011sing the ed eyeinclude Actively and,� bli mdcdevelope Plan. Resources for contacting to Noosing Protects housing P uatay�well• listed on HCD' rasrvPopd00At.xis n June Matxet Aftcrdab these sources ov(npolhrcJechi available sites to high quality, rs. htlP'th^'v`'h�'�'4 mown,and established developers. On-going. Establish development standards that wail On-going. Garetakets Residence'(Worker be conducive to development ofprincipal use Ordinance The Citi wnentlY allows'Caretaker's unit accessory the P seventy Senior Housing affordable senior housing. which isadwa caretaker,policies Study On-going rker Housing), occupancy00a50P residence on housingstobestardishedw for on-siteingP on a site that is intended for generally a careng guard,worker,or similar person We[karHWsng that wouldto lino atabiished ins areas the site. • polies equestrian uses,and devoted to re rural agricultural facilities. Atta„rtment 4 page 7 of 8 ANNUAL ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT on RT Housing Element Implementation (CCR Title 25§6202) Jurisdiction City of Chino Hills . 91-D¢G-09 pry-gmng. The City offers Multifamily Revenue Bond Financing 1-Jan-09 - develo ars as part of line preappikatmn Reporting Period Offer low interest financing to developers On-go3n5 to multifamily housing P Multifamily Revenue Bond Financing of affordable housing. orocess. The City adopted multifamily bond resolutions in support of both the Strathaven Assisted Living Facility(February 2000)and Oakmont Senior Assisted Living Facility(July 2002). 3n August 20(M,Pomona ftlncon Tovmhomes was entitled far the devutgPst 20 of TOtownhome ands after aeS percent density Provide affordable units as part of market Adopted 2091. bonus on a 4.73-acre project site located on the east side of Pomona Rinn Road and at the Density Bonus Ordinance rale projects, adjacent to the west side of the 7t chino Valley Freeway'evar , City staff(CORE Group}has updated the City's Lend Provide fast-track permit processing for On-agoing. DevelopmentOReviewProcesspdDRd the i ss Land first 30 Expedite Project Review projects wdhanaffordable component provides fast- trays fentitlementapplicasmg suibmittth amp days of formal application submittal. Reasonable Accommodation Procedures Promote implementation of State On-going. The Development Code was amended to add Chapter hapter t E.4 7 standards for the provision of disabled Raasoflable Accommodations in HousbyingDevelopmentfor a6:essibla units in all developments. Disabled Handicapped Individuals City Council on September 23,2008. The procedures have been implemented as disabled residents can now apply for it. The City continues to promote existing services that ars available to senior households xisti as: and Youth(SAVVY) Increase awareness of services available On-going. -Seniors Assisted by 4 prog Services for the Elderly to senior households, which is to improve the quality of life,health,nutrition end afe and y of homebound ndyandsers residents of ChinoHills on by utilizing adult and youth Volunteers.SAVVY is xa advertised ver ised on,the City's website(http.ihwnvdvnohille.org -Support Our Area Residents(SCAR)is a nonprofit organization that provides volunteers to do minor home repairs for the elderly in Chino Hills. is a nonprofit-The'Caring for the Hilts'program,which organization that has partnered with'Meals on Wheels'and provides hot lunches to over 20 seniors a day in China Hilts. The City has future plans to provide additional advertising of these programs in the City's Recreation Brochure as well as on the City's website. On-going.On-going.Provide supportIn FY 2006-2309,Sh,OW of the CDBG funds were allocated for Support Services for me Homeless homeless. use at the House of Ruth,which is a national service services o works with local m atters to provide housing and support homeless women and children ent"I AttBurtrpge ra $ot ANNUAL ELENVENT PR,OGRESS REPORT Element implementation Housing (CCR Title 2562021 handicap ramps on ongoing. sda1karydnan feted eb,gutter, VtstaDnve come city of Chino Hilts 31-Dec-09 pn-gom4 Constmcaon of a tmm PiFeura to Sierra Og t state pascanso Aves gtga 3t19.Ue. --------- --__-- Reporting -"-'Jan- 1-Deementanono of dlsablad "Promo implementation Apo) `� were Provided: Period s for the P ents. child care services to 2 496 ReQortln8 - standard units in new developments. ,M carsssrvitm n accessible 8 thaogrer'in p�ndedn RRhay oral they logo Banter-fired Housing n" ' ram. and at ��--Hny TotPro9 ssions throu9 Recreation Center,er On—going :arde during tour lu ssCenter,Founders care services. Oaks Condominium Center, Swlding'� care services to M1A� additional child w the Mystic Gannon C rovided d+itd Provide -Somme Cay Camp.whichp to Ah aids Spring DaY Came.w4 Ph Provided child care services Child Care Sources Kids',and tlaring one{i)week in April. ived federal �s aadpered aCitnm b2 a sn go 'Current) ted strain$11000 T - ch, he inia ea d greaten Y to Inland Fair Housin9an counseling,Vet` stsl� {or tau houSg iavmasnr onlalsOreo de ite ca p4ni ---r racflcas in the annually 4FNM8) thttp' i n and P v d-9C9)- {stand Pett ides adusaM1iOD'outrea Boar {Sca and Mom counseling madtatton and i tom arfair sousing P Hous3n9 Mediation 130 :4n and rdleron, l:ommuridY- I a-ed enforce n referral seMeas- Pair Housing - \nveshtPMtO ------.