Housing Created (2015-2022)


Below, you will find performance measures related to the number of housing units produced at each income level, against the housing goal for that income level set by HCD for the unincorporated regions of the County. 2022 represented the last year in the 5th RHNA cycle. The County reached all four metrics.
The graph below shows that the production of very-low income units grew from 13% in 2015 to 100% in 2022, hitting our target.
The graph below shows that the production of low-income units grew from 19% in 2015 to 194% in 2022, hitting our target by a considerable margin.
The graph below shows that the production of moderate-income units grew from 8% in 2015 to 108% in 2022, hitting our target.
The graph below shows that we are far above the goal for the production of above-moderate income units. We started with 38% in 2015, passed the 100% goal in 2017, and reached 369% by the end of the cycle.

5th Cycle Units Produced by Income Level

The graph to the left indicates the total number of units produced by income category, against the final goals for the 5th cycle RHNA.
For very-low income units, the 55 unit goal has been met. For low-income units, 62 units have been produced, 30 above the the 32 unit goal. For moderate-income units, 40 units have been produced, exceeding the 37 unit goal. For above-moderate units, 225 have been produced, exceeding the 61 unit goal by 164. To view the progress of all California jurisdictions, visit the State's Data Dashboard.

For more information, visit www.marincounty.org/housing