State of Utah
ODERATE NCOME OUSING
EPORTING ORM
A form for reporting the findings of a biennial moderate
-
income housing element review.
Revised: March 2018
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Municipal Government:
Reporting Date:
General Plan's Web Address:
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box:
City:
, UT Zip Code:
Mayor's First and Last Name:
Mayor's Email Address:
Preparer's First and Last Name:
Preparer's Title:
Preparer’s Email Address:
Preparer's Telephone:
Extension:
NOTE: Completion of this form only partially satisfies each municipality’s obligations
to ensure an adequate supply of moderate-income housing within their geographic
jurisdiction. It is also incumbent upon each municipality to stay apprised of pertinent
state and federal housing-related legislation, administrative rules, regulatory
procedures, and reporting deadlines.
Lehi City
https://www.lehi-ut.gov/planning/general-plan/
153 North 100 East
Lehi
84043
Mark Johnson
mjohnson@lehi-ut.gov
Austin Magleby
Planning Intern
amagleby@lehi-ut.gov
(385) 201-1030
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State of
Utah
Moderate
-
Income Housing
Report
ing Form
Utah Department of Workforce Services
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Housing and Community Development Division
INSTRUCTIONS (1 OF 3):
Download the electronic version of this form at:
https://goo.gl/z4hm8Y
Only save the electronic version of this form in its original “fillable” PDF format.
The legislative body of each municipal government is to review the sections of the Utah Code cited below.
Municipal governments must then prepare a report of their biennial review’s findings in accordance with
these sections of Utah Code. They may utilize the Moderate-Income Housing Reporting Form in the
following pages to report the findings of their biennial reviews. Municipal governments opting to use this
form are to respond directly to questions in the appropriate boxes, but may need to attach additional
pages for longer responses.
MODERATE-INCOME HOUSING REPORTING
C
RITERIA IN THE UTAH CODE
(Updated: March 2018)
UCA 10-9a-103(34):
"Moderate income housing" means housing occupied or reserved for occupancy by households with a gross household income equal to or less than
80% of the median gross income for households of the same size in the county in which the city is located.
UCA 10-9a-103(41):
"Plan for moderate income housing" means a written document adopted by a city legislative body that includes:
(a) an estimate of the existing supply of moderate income housing located within the city;
(b) an estimate of the need for moderate income housing in the city for the next five years as revised biennially;
(c) a survey of total residential land use;
(d) an evaluation of how existing land uses and zones affect opportunities for moderate income housing; and
(e) a description of the city's program to encourage an adequate supply of moderate income housing.
UCA 10-9a-401(3):
(3)(a) The general plan of a municipality, other than a town, shall plan for moderate income housing growth.
(3)(b) On or before July 1, 2019, each of the following that have a general plan that does not comply with Subsection (3)(a) shall amend the general
plan to comply with Subsection (3)(a):
(i) a city of the first, second, third, or fourth class;
(ii) a city of the fifth class with a population of 5,000 or more, if the city is located within a county of the first, second, or third class;
(iii) a metro township with a population of 5,000 or more; and
(iv) a metro township with a population of less than 5,000, if the metro township is located within a county of the first, second, or third
class.
(3)(c) The population figures described in Subsections (3)(b)(ii), (iii), and (iv) shall be derived from:
(i) the most recent official census or census estimate of the United States Census Bureau; or
(ii) if a population figure is not available under Subsection (3)(c)(i), an estimate of the Utah Population Estimates Committee.
State of
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-
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UCA 10-9a-403(2):
(2)(a)(iii) for a municipality described in Subsection 10-9a-401(3)(b), a plan that provides a realistic opportunity to meet the need for additional
moderate income housing.
(2)(b) In drafting the moderate income housing element, the planning commission:
(i) shall consider the Legislature's determination that municipalities shall facilitate a reasonable opportunity for a variety of housing,
including moderate income housing:
(A) to meet the needs of people desiring to live in the community; and
(B) to allow persons with moderate incomes to benefit from and fully participate in all aspects of neighborhood and
community life; and
(ii) for a town, may include, and for other municipalities, shall include, an analysis of why the recommended means, techniques, or
combination of means and techniques provide a realistic opportunity for the development of moderate income housing within the
next five years, which means or techniques may include a recommendation to:
(A) rezone for densities necessary to assure the production of moderate income housing;
(B) facilitate the rehabilitation or expansion of infrastructure that will encourage the construction of moderate income
housing;
(C) encourage the rehabilitation of existing uninhabitable housing stock into moderate income housing;
(D) consider general fund subsidies to waive construction related fees that are otherwise generally imposed by the city;
construction of moderate income housing;
(E) consider utilization of programs offered by the Utah Housing Corporation within that agency's funding capacity;
(F) consider utilization of affordable housing programs administered by the Department of Workforce Services; and
(G) consider utilization of programs administered by an association of governments established by an interlocal agreement
under Title 11, Chapter 13, Interlocal Cooperation Act.
UCA 10-9a-408
(1) The legislative body of a municipality described in Subsection 10-9a-401(3)(b) shall biennially:
(a) review the moderate income housing plan element of the municipality's general plan and implementation of that element of the
general plan;
(b) prepare a report on the findings of the review described in Subsection (1)(a); and
(c) post the report described in Subsection (1)(b) on the municipality's website.
(2) The report described in Subsection (1) shall include a description of:
(a) efforts made by the municipality to reduce, mitigate, or eliminate local regulatory barriers to moderate income housing;
(b) actions taken by the municipality to encourage preservation of existing moderate income housing and development of new moderate
income housing;
(c) progress made within the municipality to provide moderate income housing, demonstrated by analyzing and publishing data on:
(i) the number of housing units in the municipality that are at or below:
(A) 80% of the adjusted median income for the municipality;
(B) 50% of the adjusted median income for the municipality; and
(C) 30% of the adjusted median income for the municipality;
(ii) the number of housing units in the municipality that are subsidized by the municipality, the state, or the federal government; and
(iii) the number of housing units in the municipality that are deed-restricted;
(d) all efforts made by the city to coordinate moderate income housing plans and actions with neighboring municipalities or associations of
governments established by an interlocal agreement under Title 11, Chapter 13, Interlocal Cooperation Act;
(e) all efforts made by the municipality to utilize a moderate income housing set-aside from a redevelopment agency, a community
development agency, or an economic development agency;
(f) money expended by the municipality to pay or waive construction-related fees required by the municipality; and
(g) programs of the Utah Housing Corporation that were utilized by the municipality.
(3) The legislative body of each city shall send a copy of the report under Subsection (1) to the Department of Workforce Services and the association
of governments in which the city is located.
(4) In a civil action seeking enforcement or claiming a violation of this section or of Subsection 10-9a-404(5)(c), a plaintiff may not recover damages
but may be awarded injunctive or other equitable relief.
The following pages contain two (2) parts that pertain to UCA 10-9a-103(b) and UCA 10-9a-408. Part
I consists of eight (8) sections that require the report’s preparer to revise 5-year estimates of the
municipality’s housing needs. The report’s preparer will need to download data from the U.S. Census
Bureau’s FactFinder website to complete this part of the form. Part II consists of seven (7) sections that
will require the preparer to review city ordinances, existing plans, and compile records from multiple
sources, including: The municipality’s various departments, affiliated development agencies, interlocal
cooperatives, associations of government, public housing authorities, and/or county assessors.
In accordance with UCA 10-9a-103(b), please complete the tables in the following sections to revise
estimates of the municipality’s 5-year moderate-income housing needs.
The report’s preparer should use the advanced search functions of the U.S. Census Bureau’s American FactFinder
website to look up tabulated values from the American Community Survey (ACS). Specific ACS tables are listed in
each table to aid searches. FactFinder tutorials are widely available on the internet, including HCDD’s website:
https://goo.gl/z4hm8Y. Municipalities should use 5-year ACS estimates, but they may determine for themselves
whether to use 3-year or 1-year estimates if available and appropriate. Alternatively, municipalities may use the
most recent estimates and projections generated by the Utah Population Estimates Committee. Municipalities may
use compound annual growth rate, average annual growth rate, trend analysis, or a more sophisticated estimating
technique of their choice to estimate their 5-year moderate-income housing needs.
www.factfinder.census.gov
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rate
5-Year
Projection
Total Population:
(ACS Table B01003)
Total Population in occupied
housing units
(ACS Table B25008)
Total Population in owner-
occupied housing units
(ACS Table B25008)
NOTE: Reporting the findings of a biennial moderate-income housing review is a time intensive
process. Municipalities should set-aside sufficient time to prepare an adequate report. The Utah
Housing and Community Development Division has developed this form to assist municipal
governments with their biennial reporting obligations. Nonetheless, a preparer of the biennial
report is expected to have a basic knowledge of planning principles, a familiarity with
demographic methods, and an understanding of state laws governing moderate-income housing
as well as applicable municipal ordinances.
42047
56314
4.9%
71837
42047
56251
4.9%
71690
35003
45994
4.6%
57747
Total Population in renter-
occupied housing units
(ACS Table B25008)
Subtract the total population living in
occupied housing units from the total
population to estimate the total
population without housing.
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rate
5-Year
Projection
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS
(ACS Table B25001)
Total occupied units
(ACS Table B25032)
Owner-occupied structures
(ACS Table B25032)
1 unit, detached
1 unit, attached
2 units
3 or 4 units
5 to 9 units
10 to 19 units
20 to 49 units
50 or more units
Mobile homes
Boat, RV, van, etc.
Renter-occupied structures
(ACS Table B25032)
1 unit, detached
1 unit, attached
2 units
3 or 4 units
5 to 9 units
10 to 19 units
20 to 49 units
50 or more units
Mobile homes
Boat, RV, van, etc.
7044
10257
6.4%
14028
0
63
147
11826
14853
3.8%
17959
11349
14379
4%
17513
9397
11547
3.4%
13709
8494
10319
3.2%
12136
560
739
4.7%
931
54
119
14%
229
56
238
27%
794
12
46
25%
140
134
20
-27%
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
51
66
4.3%
81
36
0
-100%
0
1952
2832
6.3%
3861
1011
1418
5.8%
1879
194
398
12%
724
126
258
12%
468
174
167
-.6%
161
94
136
6%
185
146
278
11%
475
75
18
-21%
5
123
90
-5%
69
9
69
40%
376
0
0
0
0
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S
ECTION 3: Housing occupancy in the municipality
Table B25003
Table B25081
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rat e
5-Year
Projection
Total households in occupied
housing units
(A C S Table B25003)
Total households in owner-
occupied housing
(A C S Table B25003)
With a Mortgage
(A C S Table B25081)
Without a Mortgage
(A C S Table B25081)
Total households in renter-
occupied housing
(A C S Table B25003)
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25003: Tenure. American Community Survey.
Source 2: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25081: Mortgage status. American Community Survey.
SECTION 4: Housing vacancy in the municipality
Table B25004
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rat e
5-Year
Projection
Total vacant units
(A C S Table B25004)
For rent
(A C S Table B25004)
Rented, not occupied
(A C S Table B25004)
For sale only
(A C S Table B25004)
Sold, not occupied
(A C S Table B25004)
For seasonal, recreational, or
occasional use
(A C S Table B25004)
For migrant workers
(A C S Table B25004)
Other vacant
(A C S Table B25004)
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25003: Tenure. American Community Survey.
11349
14379
4%
17513
9397
9397
3.4%
13709
8179
9354
2.2%
10461
1218
2193
10%
3579
1952
2832
6.3%
3861
477
474
-.1%
471
78
104
4.9%
132
0
7
166
132
-3.7%
109
59
57
-.5%
55
80
120
6.9%
168
0
0
0
0
94
54
-8.8%
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SECTION 5: Average household size of the municipality
Table B25010
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Average Household Size
(ACS Table B25010)
Average Owner
Household Size
(ACS Table B25010)
Average Renter
Household Size
(ACS Table B25010)
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25010: Average household size of occupied housing units by tenure. American Community Survey.
SECTION 6: Monthly median housing costs in the municipality
Table B25088
Table B25064
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rate
5-Year
Projection
Total
median owner
-
occupied housing costs
(ACS Table B25088)
Units with a mortgage
(ACS Table B25088)
Units without a mortgage
(ACS Table B25088)
Median gross rent
(ACS Table B25064)
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25088: Median selected monthly owner costs (Dollars) by mortgage status. American Community Survey.
Source 2: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25064: Median gross rent (Dollars). American Community Survey.
SECTION 7: Median household income in the municipality
Table B25119
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rate
5-Year
Projection
Median household income
(ACS Table B25119)
Owner
-
occupied income
(ACS Table B25119)
Renter
-
occupied income
(ACS Table B25119)
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B25119: Median household income that past 12 months by tenure. American Community Survey.
3.70
3.91
3.72
3.98
3.6
3.62
1481
1451
-.3%
1426
1593
1594
.01%
1594
356
392
1.6%
424
1038
1306
3.9%
1581
67999
81013
2.9%
93741
72081
86797
3.1%
101330
52000
53173
.37%
54170
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SECTION 8: "COUNTY-LEVEL" Area Median Income (AMI)*
Table B19019
Table B19119
2010
American
Community
Survey
Most
Recent
American
Community
Survey
Growth
Rat e
5-Year
Projection
Median HOUSEHOLD income
(A C S Table B19019)
1-person household
2-person household
3-person household
4-person household
5-person household
6-person household
7-person household
Median FAMILY income
(A C S Table B19119)
2-person family
3-person family
4-person family
5-person family
6-person family
7-person family
Source 1: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B19019: Median household income that past 12 months by household size. American Community Survey.
Source 2: U.S. Census Bureau. Table B19119: Median famil y income in the past 12 months by family size. American Community Survey.
*NOTE: AMI is always calculated at the COU NTY-LEVEL.
Using the calculations above, explain the municipality’s current and projected housing needs.
56927
64321
2%
71211
28365
29369
.5%
30232
49869
55321
1.7%
60316
55342
64713
2.7%
74716
65187
72283
1.7%
78782
72086
80606
1.8%
88470
75409
84220
1.8%
92343
81932
94967
2.4%
107400
62938
70500
1.9%
77491
48755
54664
1.9%
60131
58060
66808
2.3%
75096
68433
76211
1.8%
83363
73138
80992
1.7%
88177
78558
86080
1.5%
92895
81995
95012
2.4%
107424
Since 2010, Lehi has experienced a drastic decrease in housing affordability. In 2010, Lehi had a large
surplus of of housing in the 80% to 100% of AMI categories. lehi now has surpluses in the 120% and
more than 120% AMI categories. This makes it very difficult for housholds making the median AMI or
below to find affordable housing within the city. This need for affordable housing will only increase as
Lehi's poplulation grows. By 2022, population growth will create demand for over 4,000 units for
those in the 80% to 30 % of AMI categories.
In accordance with UCA 10-9a-408, please complete the following sections to report the findings of the
municipal legislative body’s review of the moderate-income housing element of the general plan.
1)
Yes
No
Does the municipality's general plan include a moderate-income housing
element that utilizes maps, illustrations, tables, and a detailed analysis of
means and techniques to set forth goals, policies, and guidelines intended to
direct the jurisdiction’s present and future residential development?
2)
Yes
No
Does the moderate-income housing element of the municipality’s general plan
take into account the anticipated growth of the region, for existing and future
residents, including low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income
households for at least the next five years?
3)
Yes
No
Does the municipality’s zoning ordinance and map, development and
subdivision regulations or other land use controls conform to the jurisdiction's
comprehensive plan regarding moderate-income housing needs by providing:
a)
Sufficient land use and density categories for multifamily housing,
duplexes, small lot homes and other similar elements; and
b)
Sufficient land zoned or mapped "as-of-right" in these categories, that can
permit the building of moderate-income housing addressing the needs
identified in the plan?
4)
Yes
No
Does the municipality's zoning ordinance set minimum building size
requirements that exceed the local housing or health code or is otherwise not
based upon explicit health standards?
5)
Yes
No
If the municipality has development impact fees, are the fees specified and
calculated under local and/or state statutory criteria?
6)
Yes
No
Do the municipality's development impact fee statutes provide criteria that set
standards for the allowable types of capital investments that have a direct
relationship between the fee and the development, and a method for fee
calculation?
7)
Yes
No
If the municipality has impact fees or other significant fees, does it provide
waivers of these fees for moderate-income housing?
8)
Yes
No
Has the municipality adopted specific building code language regarding
housing rehabilitation that encourages such rehabilitation through gradated
regulatory requirements applicable as different levels of work are performed
in existing buildings?
9)
Yes
No
Does the municipality use a recent version of a nationally recognized model
building code, published within the last 5 years, without significant technical
amendment or modification?
10)
Yes
No
Does the municipality's zoning ordinance or land use regulations permit
manufactured housing "as-of-right" in all residential districts and zoning
classifications in which similar site-built housing is permitted, subject to
design, density, building size, foundation requirements, and other similar
requirements applicable to other housing that will be deemed realty,
irrespective of the method of production?
11)
Yes
No
Within the past five years, has a the municipality’s legislative body conducted
a comprehensive study of, public hearings for, or established a formal ongoing
process to review residential development regulations and processes to assess
their impact on its supply of moderate-income housing?
12)
Yes
No
Has the municipality implemented regulatory reforms consistent with the
findings of a comprehensive housing study, public hearings, or periodic
reviews in the last five years?
13)
Yes
No
Within the past five years, has the municipality modified infrastructure
standards and/or authorized the use of new infrastructure technologies (e.g.
water, sewer, street width) to significantly reduce the cost of housing?
14)
Yes
No
Does the municipality grant sufficient density bonuses to offset the cost of
building below market units as an incentive for any market rate residential
development that includes a portion of moderate-income housing?
15)
Yes
No
Has the municipality established a single, consolidated permit application
process for housing development that includes building, zoning, engineering,
environmental, and related permits? Alternatively, does your jurisdiction
conduct concurrent, not sequential, reviews for all required permits and
approvals?
16)
Yes
No
Does the municipality provide for expedited permitting and approvals
for all moderate-income housing projects?
17)
Yes
No
Has the municipality established time limits for government review and
approval or disapproval of development permits in which failure to act, after
the application is deemed complete, by the government within the designated
time period, results in automatic approval?
18)
Yes
No
Does the municipality allow "accessory apartments" either as: a) a special
exception or conditional use in all single-family residential zones or, b) "as-of-
right" in a majority of residential districts otherwise zoned for single-family
housing?
19)
Yes
No
Does the municipality have an explicit policy that adjusts or waives existing
parking requirements for all moderate-income housing developments?
20)
Yes
No
Does the municipality require moderate-income housing projects to undergo
public review or special hearings when the project is otherwise in full
compliance with the zoning ordinance and other development regulations?
21)
What other efforts has the municipality made to reduce, mitigate, or eliminate barriers to
moderate-income housing?
Lehi has no ordinances or policies that specifically block moderate-income housing from being built.
However, efforts are being made to develop tools that will encourage the construction of moderate-income
housing such as, inclusionary zoning policies to create low percentages of income-restricted housing, mixed
into market-rent developments. Density incentives will be given as an incentive for developers who
implement these policies. Another tools will be TOD overlays that would incentivize high density
development in areas for which more intense development makes sense, such as near future TRAX stations.
The following policies have been implimented to encourage the development and preservation of
moderate-income housing:
1. Encourage a mix of lot sizes and housing types in new residential developments so that moderate
income housing is properly integrated and not concentrated in one development or area.
2. Encourage requirements to keep moderate income housing consistent with other residential
development within the City, such as landscaping, quality building materials, and varied architectural
styles.
3. Encourage the rehabilitation of existing uninhabitable housing stock into moderate income housing
.
4. Facilitate the rehabilitation or expansion of infrastructure that will encourage the construction of
moderate income housing.
5. Consider utilization of state or federal funds or tax incentives to promote the construction of
moderate income housing.
6. Consider utilization of programs offered by the Utah Housing Corporation within that agency's
funding capacity.
7. Consider utilization of affordable housing programs administered by the Department of Community
and Culture.
8. Regularly update the Moderate Income Housing Element and Affordable Housing Model to
determine the housing needs for all groups, to quantify specific housing needs, and to identify solutions
to housing problems. This Element will be reviewed on a biennial basis.
9. Encourage life-cycle housing that provides different housing options to allow people to live and
grow in the same community.
10. Continue implementation of the 2007 Downtown Revitalization Plan.
Enter data from TABLE 1 and TABLE 2 at the end of this form into the tables below to calculate the
municipality’s progress in providing affordable and available moderate-income rental housing for the
current and previous biennium. Subtract data in TABLE 2 from TABLE 1 to estimate the municipality’s
progress in providing moderate-income housing. Finally, in each table below subtract the number of
affordable units from the number of renter households and then subtract the number of available units
from the number of renter households to estimate the municipality’s moderate-income housing gap.
Renter
Households
Affordable
Rental Units
Available
Rental Units
Affordable Units
- Renter Households
Available Units
- Renter Households
≤ 80% HAMFI
≤ 50% HAMFI
≤ 30% HAMFI
Renter
Households
Affordable
Rental Units
Available
Rental Units
Affordable Units
- Renter Households
Available Units
- Renter Households
≤ 80% HAMFI
≤ 50% HAMFI
≤ 30% HAMFI
Renter
Households
Affordable
Rental Units
Available
Rental Units
Affordable Units
- Renter Households
Available Units
- Renter Households
≤ 80% HAMFI
≤ 50% HAMFI
≤ 30% HAMFI
Using municipal records, report the number of all housing units in the municipality that are currently
subsidized by each level of government below:
Municipal Government
State Government
Federal Government
Use municipal records to report the number of all housing units in the municipality that are currently
deed-restricted for moderate-income households in the box below:
1485
1649
1094
164
-391
770
494
154
-276
-616
380
170
35
-210
-345
1190
1490
939
300
-251
565
465
149
-100
-416
235
135
25
-100
-210
295
159
155
-136
-140
205
29
5
-176
-200
145
35
10
-110
-135
0
0
192
0
No efforts were made by Lehi City to coordinate moderate income housing plans and actions with
neighboring municipalities or associations of governments during the preceding biennium.
No money was expended by lehi City to pay or waive construction related fees required by Lehi City
during the preceding biennium.
No programs of the Utah Housing Corporation were utilized by Lehi City during the preceding
biennium.
1. Biennial moderate-income housing review reports are due on
December 31
st
of each year.
2. Emails must include the following items as
separate
attachments:
(a) A findings report of the biennial moderate-income housing element review
(b) The most current version of the moderate-income housing element of the
municipality’s general plan
(c) A copy of the resolution formally adopting the current moderate income
housing element as part of the municipality’s general plan
(d) A link to the biennial report on the municipality’s website
3. Acceptable electronic document formats include:
(a) DOC, DOCX, RTF, OTD, and PDF
4. Emails MUST be addressed to:
biennialreporting@utah.gov
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State of
Utah
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Income Housing
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Utah Department of Workforce Services
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Housing and Community Development Division
TABLE 1:
Moderate-income renter households, affordable rental units, and available rental units, 2010-2014
Renter Households HAMFI Affordable Units HAMFI Available Units HAMFI
Municipality ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80%
Alpine 20 175 335 80 84 264 4 53 168
American Fork 345 755 1,110 150 350 1,555 35 170 925
Bluffdale 45 150 280 25 115 345 0 50 270
Bountiful 540 1,235 2,330 420 1,625 3,560 195 705 2,245
Brigham City 415 755 1,235 415 1,400 1,950 280 820 1,450
Cedar City 1,525 2,470 3,510 1,150 3,365 4,845 655 2,220 3,860
Cedar Hills 35 60 145 30 30 100 0 15 65
Centerville 230 295 460 90 250 725 50 185 545
Clearfield 1,125 2,260 3,400 405 2,260 4,690 260 1,430 3,530
Clinton 55 175 555 65 295 820 4 64 499
Cottonwood Heights 395 840 1,645 205 650 3,325 50 300 1,755
Draper 215 575 1,075 155 330 1,980 0 150 995
Eagle Mountain 120 130 430 55 55 525 20 20 395
Enoch 35 65 105 50 80 175 0 15 95
Farmington 145 215 610 140 480 870 20 105 535
Farr West 30 30 55 20 70 130 0 4 49
Fruit Heights 4 59 79 0 25 80 0 4 68
Grantsville 185 265 295 190 245 455 160 190 319
Harrisville 10 80 180 35 125 350 0 70 215
Heber 240 455 750 65 295 1,095 4 169 724
Herriman 210 475 640 10 80 1,360 10 25 795
Highland 30 70 85 50 85 120 0 30 55
Holladay 350 865 1,500 160 870 2,390 35 375 1,580
Hooper 15 15 45 0 15 80 0 0 30
Hurricane 335 555 745 120 340 1,285 55 185 760
Hyrum 80 145 235 50 115 285 20 34 223
Ivins 55 205 375 70 80 290 0 55 225
Kaysville 250 520 840 290 700 950 145 430 774
Layton 1,330 2,385 3,555 690 2,865 5,325 330 1,845 3,700
Lehi 380 770 1,485 170 494 1,649 35 154 1,094
Lindon 105 145 315 60 99 394 25 49 279
Logan 2,105 4,225 6,560 1,105 5,060 8,915 515 2,925 6,555
Mapleton 20 50 175 15 60 205 15 30 149
Midvale 1,365 2,180 3,695 395 1,535 5,765 170 750 3,725
Murray 1,340 2,895 4,570 560 2,260 6,675 210 1,445 4,760
Nibley 20 45 110 20 85 115 0 10 65
North Logan 220 385 575 135 195 775 45 125 505
North Ogden 80 200 430 55 305 755 20 155 420
North Salt Lake 355 560 955 155 520 1,335 35 145 905
Ogden 4,545 7,690 10,430 2,625 9,930 13,570 1,605 6,650 10,880
Orem 2,240 4,345 6,755 785 3,035 9,360 395 1,695 6,380
Park City 290 455 595 300 935 1,220 210 640 855
State of
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Housing and Community Development Division
TABLE 1: (Continued)
Moderate-income renter households, affordable rental units, and available rental units, 2010-2014
Renter Households HAMFI Affordable Units HAMFI Available Units HAMFI
Municipality ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80%
Payson 295 510 845 175 495 1,085 40 185 780
Plain City 0 0 15 0 15 15 0 0 15
Pleasant Grove 395 910 1,800 150 415 2,640 15 120 1,580
Pleasant View 10 10 40 0 120 165 0 10 55
Providence 25 85 260 65 130 405 4 33 258
Provo 5,495 9,635 13,995 3,470 8,260 16,945 1,515 5,095 13,055
Riverdale 95 355 645 65 620 985 50 395 765
Riverton 55 130 515 120 260 1,110 4 33 573
Roy 405 740 1,200 265 1,050 1,940 85 505 1,230
Salem 90 180 210 100 165 285 45 115 204
Salt Lake City 11,230 19,215 27,330 4,625 18,915 36,450 2,965 12,210 27,390
Sandy 1,065 2,055 3,455 450 1,200 5,380 160 670 3,220
Santa Clara 20 50 250 110 114 304 45 45 224
Santaquin 60 135 240 75 185 430 25 120 279
Saratoga Springs 30 60 210 10 30 325 0 0 105
Smithfield 35 95 200 75 120 335 20 50 199
South Jordan 260 420 1,005 250 440 1,535 50 90 815
South Ogden 380 875 1,465 130 1,175 2,150 30 690 1,530
South Salt Lake 1,670 2,875 4,005 465 2,695 5,155 300 1,770 4,135
South Weber 35 70 130 10 50 185 10 39 119
Spanish Fork 255 595 1,245 170 605 1,844 40 210 1,099
Springville 325 675 1,495 120 955 2,270 30 365 1,415
St. George 1,710 3,475 5,445 865 2,230 7,800 380 1,395 5,295
Sunset 205 260 375 100 385 500 4 234 389
Syracuse 30 135 315 90 155 505 75 109 334
Taylorsville 1,360 2,405 4,190 360 2,105 6,005 155 1,360 4,310
Tooele 640 1,115 1,665 325 1,130 2,635 170 795 1,860
Tremonton 235 295 450 190 525 595 175 320 455
Vernal 485 550 830 155 665 1,395 135 475 945
Washington 315 820 1,235 275 480 1,330 20 360 960
Washington Terrace 470 850 1,075 195 1,200 1,405 150 795 1,125
West Bountiful 10 25 40 10 85 160 10 50 65
West Haven 100 295 550 25 160 930 15 100 520
West Jordan 1,400 2,630 4,535 550 1,480 7,065 170 785 4,600
West Point 75 120 205 10 40 185 10 30 145
West Valley City 3,220 5,870 8,810 940 3,835 11,405 575 2,400 8,885
Woods Cross 130 195 420 0 445 615 0 190 485
Source: U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development. (2017). Tables 8, 14B, & 15C: Comprehensive Housing Affordability
Strategy [Data]. Available at: https://www.huduser.gov/portal/datasets/cp.html#2006-2014_data
State of
Utah
Moderate
-
Income Housing
Report
ing Form
Utah Department of Workforce Services
Page 20 of 21
Housing and Community Development Division
TABLE 2:
Moderate-income renter households, affordable rental units, and available rental units, 2008-2012
Renter Households HAMFI Affordable Units HAMFI Available Units HAMFI
Municipality ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80%
Alpine 25 140 270 45 100 335 10 64 204
American Fork 270 655 1,045 230 540 1,600 15 175 860
Bluffdale 75 145 205 15 75 305 15 50 210
Bountiful 645 1,320 2,020 500 1,675 3,450 215 820 1,930
Brigham City 290 560 1,100 310 1,240 1,670 225 675 1,315
Cedar City 1,055 2,215 3,355 830 2,930 4,915 410 1,710 3,760
Cedar Hills 85 95 155 25 25 135 0 10 100
Centerville 60 160 260 85 150 540 40 90 270
Clearfield 935 1,785 3,100 360 1,805 4,720 210 1,090 3,350
Clinton 90 205 435 20 165 705 0 30 370
Cottonwood Heights 335 660 1,420 215 550 3,270 90 275 1,685
Draper 165 525 930 210 385 1,815 0 150 905
Eagle Mountain 95 105 395 65 65 510 0 0 385
Enoch 10 70 145 70 110 215 0 25 134
Farmington 125 150 500 115 450 765 25 45 430
Farr West 20 45 55 65 95 165 20 44 54
Fruit Heights 10 25 45 0 20 35 0 0 34
Grantsville 135 230 295 140 290 465 90 184 299
Harrisville 0 60 145 40 70 215 0 15 150
Heber 210 465 820 50 375 1,040 15 230 835
Herriman 155 190 385 10 20 420 10 10 320
Highland 15 90 185 45 60 165 0 25 135
Holladay 455 975 1,490 210 745 2,575 15 390 1,585
Hooper 15 15 40 4 24 44 0 0 24
Hurricane 390 480 665 80 310 1,115 55 190 700
Hyrum 85 170 210 35 100 285 15 70 189
Ivins 40 140 230 75 140 270 10 105 145
Kaysville 310 545 795 210 650 885 150 420 755
Layton 1,290 2,165 3,580 640 2,265 5,365 350 1,525 3,770
Lehi 235 565 1,190 135 465 1,490 25 149 939
Lindon 100 185 230 65 120 335 40 65 230
Logan 2,000 4,410 6,650 1,270 5,385 9,355 625 2,965 6,580
Mapleton 15 30 165 15 60 185 15 19 139
Midvale 1,290 2,220 3,670 305 1,250 5,590 180 705 3,690
Murray 1,245 2,380 3,735 625 1,725 6,005 240 1,025 4,050
Nibley 0 30 70 10 14 64 0 10 54
North Logan 105 270 455 110 260 620 4 144 429
North Ogden 105 220 425 65 260 745 20 145 385
North Salt Lake 250 450 695 125 505 1,115 30 250 670
Ogden 4,400 6,805 9,990 2,310 9,230 13,355 1,475 5,950 10,515
Orem 2,085 4,380 6,735 970 3,630 9,615 485 2,020 6,750
Park City 300 595 795 295 790 1,230 220 655 1,050
State of
Utah
Moderate
-
Income Housing
Report
ing Form
Utah Department of Workforce Services
Page 21 of 21
Housing and Community Development Division
TABLE 2: (Continued)
Moderate-income renter households, affordable rental units, and available rental units, 2008-2012
Renter Households HAMFI Affordable Units HAMFI Available Units HAMFI
Municipality ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80% ≤ 30% ≤ 50% ≤ 80%
Payson 270 465 760 130 645 1,180 45 240 740
Plain City 0 15 45 30 40 55 0 4 43
Pleasant Grove 310 840 1,755 115 380 2,360 0 135 1,615
Pleasant View 15 50 100 0 55 110 0 50 94
Providence 50 125 215 65 160 340 0 35 185
Provo 5,300 9,520 14,010 3,269 8,774 16,074 1,434 5,559 12,749
Riverdale 110 265 520 55 495 900 30 285 634
Riverton 60 345 590 55 100 1,175 15 15 545
Roy 265 580 1,015 280 1,040 1,955 125 505 1,095
Salem 60 150 190 95 170 225 30 100 164
Salt Lake City 10,720 17,995 26,260 4,535 17,315 36,025 2,965 11,020 26,260
Sandy 950 1,750 3,000 520 1,095 4,625 225 660 2,855
Santa Clara 15 45 155 10 20 90 0 0 50
Santaquin 75 140 245 80 170 395 25 115 294
Saratoga Springs 15 70 200 0 15 350 0 0 180
Smithfield 60 115 210 85 220 410 30 75 199
South Jordan 205 330 830 120 270 1,000 0 19 559
South Ogden 395 740 1,325 150 1,120 2,080 55 555 1,290
South Salt Lake 1,445 2,455 4,025 500 2,635 5,300 200 1,560 4,185
South Weber 25 75 110 10 70 195 10 60 99
Spanish Fork 300 720 1,255 130 615 1,755 25 245 1,185
Springville 290 715 1,390 195 925 2,000 50 465 1,375
St. George 1,745 3,430 5,780 915 2,600 7,560 500 1,870 5,585
Sunset 205 260 435 50 455 665 4 238 473
Syracuse 10 80 215 10 50 370 0 0 240
Taylorsville 1,175 2,315 3,775 430 1,840 5,430 150 1,230 3,875
Tooele 685 1,265 1,960 385 1,460 2,740 180 940 2,060
Tremonton 210 245 465 155 455 675 140 225 485
Vernal 315 420 785 175 475 1,305 100 320 835
Washington 355 725 1,160 185 480 1,185 10 405 735
Washington Terrace 355 645 945 185 970 1,340 80 545 925
West Bountiful 10 40 55 10 75 125 10 40 55
West Haven 80 165 360 15 130 690 4 83 433
West Jordan 1,255 2,415 4,230 475 1,085 6,345 175 610 4,210
West Point 60 105 190 30 30 230 20 20 150
West Valley City 3,260 5,550 8,555 1,095 3,670 11,505 640 2,405 8,595
Woods Cross 65 140 340 10 280 510 0 135 395
Source: U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development. (2017). Tables 8, 14B, & 15C: Comprehensive Housing Affordability
Strategy [Data]. Available at: https://www.huduser.gov/portal/datasets/cp.html#2006-2014_data
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