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Inclusionary Housing

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Welcome to the West Hollywood Inclusionary Housing Main Page. On this page you will find information on income levels, rents and sales prices for the City's inclusionary housing program.

The Inclusionary Housing Program, adopted by the West Hollywood City Council on May 1, 1986 and deemed effective on June 1, 1986, is based on Chapter 19.22 of the West Hollywood Municipal Code. 

Inclusionary housing is a land use tool utilized to provide affordable housing. “Inclusionary” can be defined as a mandatory requirement to reserve a specific percentage of housing units for lower income households in new residential developments. The affordable units are expected to be dispersed throughout the development in order to generate a mix of income levels within residential areas and offer access to public and commercial services regardless of economic status and income levels.

The West Hollywood Rent Stabilization and Housing Department maintains a wait list of all eligible program participants who have registered for the waitlists. Interested parties to be listed on the waitlist will be required to complete the waitlist registration form, provided the program’s waitlist is open.

The registration form requests an interested party’s source and amount of income, assets and additional information related to employment, disability or retirement, pension or other sources of income. Please note the wait time for an affordable unit is based on availability and cannot be estimated.

Finding Affordable Housing - Resources

Building Affordable Housing - Information for Developers

 


Rent and Income Schedules

Maximum rents, household income, and sales prices are adjusted annually and effective September 1 to August 31 of the following year.

SCHEDULE A: For all current leases and tenants moving in after June 30, 2002 - Leases After June 30, 2002

SCHEDULE B: For tenants who moved in before July 1, 2002 - Leases Prior to July 1, 2002

 

 


Lower and Moderate Income Rental Housing Interest List

 

THE INTEREST LIST IS NOW CLOSED

The interest list closed at 11:59pm on November 30th. The City of West Hollywood received a total of 4,145 households who are interested in Affordable Housing. Individuals that applied to the interest list will be contacted once details are available. A lottery of all new applicants will be conducted to randomize placement on June 24, 2020 at 1:30pm. 

Interest List applicants

Check your status and or make changes at any time with your confirmation number: Click Here for Status or to Make Changes

If you need emergency housing, call (323) 848-6510

IMPORTANT! If you are on the City's interest list you must keep your mailing address and all information current. The City has contracted with Urban Futures to contact all individuals on the lower and moderate income interest lists to confirm continued interest in receiving housing and update their contact information. Please contact us if your information changes. 

By phone: (323) 848-6450

By email: rsh@weho.org

By mail: Rent Stabilization and Housing, 8300 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069