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06.26.19 HAB MHS PresentationManufactured Housing Strategy Housing Advisory Board June 26, 2019 1 Mapleton Home Owners “At present, three of my adult children have purchased mobile homes in Mapleton and a fourth is currently in the closing process. I have come to value the unique sense of community fostered in Mapleton.” -Isabel Sanchez Board President Mapleton Home Assoc. 2 Project Overview Structured approach to support manufactured housing as an option Phase I: Community Engagement 100+ people 300+ ideas Phase II: Sort Options Study Session Phase III: Analyze and Prioritize Actions Council Feedback Support for Principles Accountability and Enforcement Equity Support Analyzing Five Work Items Pad Rents, Infrastructure and Licensing are higher priority Ordinances if Possible  4 Principles Affordability Viability Community Accountability 5 Principles Accountability Clear Practical Accessible Resident focus 6 Phase III Overview Analyze and Prioritize Actions •Staff analysis five areas •Draft action plan and potential ordinances •Public engagement YOAB, HAB, HRC City Council August 6  Analysis Headlines Continue what’s working, esp. state-level Keep infrastructure private; support maintenance and upgrades Pad rents –state level approach Monitoring/compliance requires staff resource Enhance opportunity for resident/non-profit ownership 8  Action Plan Two -year focus for work planning Prepare for future issues 15 new work items; all 5 areas 7 departments Ordinances to implement action plan 9 Engagement: Approach 10 Engagement: Phase III Email updates to more than 100 people Open House Public Hearings HAB, HRC Web site input, in- person, meetings Feedback and Priorities 11 Questions Does HAB have feedback on the MHS Principles? Does HAB have input on the proposed Action Plan? Which actions should be prioritized? 12 13 Project Overview BVCP Policy 7.08 –Key Elements: 1.Preservation of existing MHCs 2.Development of new MHCs 3.Increasing opportunities for resident-owned communities (ROCs) 4.Health or safety issues 14 Principles Affordability Most affordable detached housing ≤ market-rate rents 15 Principles Viability Homes & Communities -Safe, well-maintained, modernized Financial viability Reasonable return on investment 16 Principles Community Meet the needs of diverse people, especially vulnerable Programs and resources for MHC residents 17 Proposed Actions Continue Mobile Home Park Act improvements Support Resident Owned MHCs Support residents Fund repair program Infrastructure Local standards Problem solve code constraints Require plans Payments for service disruption  18 Proposed Actions Pad Rent Stabilization Voluntary agreements State legislation Legal analysis Local Enforcement Manufactured Housing Specialist Clear compliance path Communications standards Notice of evictions Posting of utility bills  19 Proposed Actions Energy efficiency Solar garden pilot ZEM housing Land use code New MHC location analysis Other Opportunity to purchase Onsite human services and recreation HB 1309 implementation Lease provisions  20 Ordinances 1.Right of first refusal 2.Water/sewer disruption 3.Lease requirements 4.Communications 5.MHC utility bills 6.Eviction notification 7.MHC infrastructure plans  21 Background: Boulder’s MHCs Boulder Meadows Mapleton Orchard Grove Vista Village Year built 1970 1961 1963 1968 Pads Occupancy 100%100%100%98% Affordable 0 120 0 0 Homes Owned 514 135 216 302 Rented 119 0 0 0 Pre-1976 26%61%69%29% 2.8% of Boulder’s Housing Stock 22 Background: Pad Rents Market-rate Rents:$725 -$800 Average Annual Rent Increase: 4.2% 4.2%4.0% 0.8% 2.4% Market-rate MHCs Market-rate 2Br Apartment Affordable MHC Inflation AVERAGE ANNUAL PERCENT RENT INCREASE 23