Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) is a Joint Powers Agency (JPA), a public entity created by the Sacramento City Council and the Sacramento County of Board of Supervisors to provide staffing services related to community redevelopment, housing and the administration of federal community development funds.
On February 1, 2012 all Redevelopment Agencies in the State of California were dissolved. The City and County of Sacramento have assumed the management and oversight of their former Redevelopment Agencies (Successor Agencies). The Successor Agencies are to wind down the affairs of the former Redevelopment Agencies.
The City and County designated its respective Housing Authorities as the local entities to retain the housing assets and housing functions of its former Redevelopment Agencies. Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) will provide staff and employee services for the City and County Housing Authorities for approved redevelopment housing projects.
SHRA remains as a joint powers authority JPA and will continue to provide staff and employee services on behalf of the City and the County of Sacramento for affordable housing and community development opportunities. Our efforts to assist these activities are impacted by diminishing resources. We will work actively with our State legislators, housing advocates and other stakeholders on developing new alternatives to replace redevelopment and create funding sources to preserve and develop affordable housing in Sacramento.
If you have any questions about how you may be impacted by the elimination of redevelopment, please feel free to contact the following SHRA staff regarding the following concerns:
Affordable Housing Projects
Community Development Projects
Loan Servicing or Compliance Monitoring
Construction Contracts and Procurement
City Successor Agency
County Successor Agency
Below is a list of links that provide informational materials about redevelopment, its impact in Sacramento, and the elimination of redevelopment agencies under AB 1X26 as of February 1, 2012.
Approved Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule Jan-June 2012 and Resolution - Successor Agency of the Former Redevelopment Agency of the County of Sacramento
Initial Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule - Successor Agency of the Former Redevelopment Agency of the County of Sacramento
Redevelopment Agency of the County of Sacramento Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule -
Amended January 24, 2012
Redevelopment Agency of the City of Sacramento Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule -
Amended January 31, 2012
Enforceable Obligations Payment Schedule - Redevelopment Agency of the County of Sacramento
Enforceable Obligations Payment Schedule - Redevelopment Agency of the City of Sacramento
Housing Entity Asset Report - City of Sacramento
Housing Entity Asset Report - County of Sacramento
Key redevelopment projects in Sacramento
Key redevelopment projects At Risk in Sacramento
Affordable Housing Key Projects Fact Sheet
Benefits of redevelopment in Sacramento
Response to the Governor’s budget proposal
Sacramento officials begin post-redevelopment transition
Executive Director's Statement on the Elimination of Redevelopment
Sacramento Redevelopment Agency Opts-In for Payment Program To Stay In Business
Statement from the Executive Director on the Governor's Budget Proposal
Executive Director’s Testimony to the Senate Committee on Governance and FinanceExecutive Director’s Testimony to the Assembly Budget Subcommittee No. 4 on State Administration and Revenue and Taxation
Executive Director’s Testimony to the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee
Below is a website for information about City of Sacramento Downtown redevelopment.
City of Sacramento Redevelopment