Redevelopment Agency Dissolution (ABx1 26 Implementation)

    FY2021-22

    ROPS: No Objection
    January 13, 2021, PDF 424 KB

    FY2020–21

    ROPS: No Objection Letter Amended (January–June, 2021)
    September 9, 2020, PDF 515 KB

    ROPS: Objection
    January 22, 2020, PDF 283 KB

    FY2019–20

    ROPS: No Objection Amended (January–June, 2020)
    September 6, 2019, PDF 214 KB

    ROPS: No Objection
    January 17, 2019, PDF 251 KB

    FY2018–19

    ROPS: No Objection Amended (January–June, 2019)
    September 10, 2018, PDF 178 KB

    ROPS: No Objection
    January 17, 2018, PDF 271 KB

    FY2017–18

    ROPS: No Objection Amended (January–June, 2018)
    August 24, 2017, PDF 146 KB

    ROPS: Continued Review
    January 11, 2017, PDF 296 KB

    FY2016–17

    ROPS: No Objection Amended (January–June, 2017)
    September 20, 2016, PDF 85 KB

    ROPS: Continued Review
    January 26, 2016, PDF 1.7 MB

    FY2015–16

    ROPS: Continued Review (January–June, 2016)
    September 23, 2015, PDF 263 KB

    ROPS: Continued Review (July–December, 2015)
    January 25, 2015, PDF 2.85 MB

    FY2014–15

    ROPS: No Objection (January–June, 2015)
    September 30, 2014, PDF 219 KB

    ROPS: Continued Review (January–June, 2015)
    September 24, 2014, PDF 254 KB

    ROPS: No Objection (July–December, 2014)
    February 26, 2014, PDF 208 KB

    FY2013–14

    ROPS: Continued Review (January–June, 2014)
    September 25, 2013, PDF 490 KB

    ROPS: Objection (July–December, 2013)
    February 27, 2013, PDF 1.37 MB

    FY2012–13

    RDA Dissolution Audit Report
    October 5, 2012, PDF 16 MB

    ROPS: Objection (January–June, 2013)
    September 14, 2012, PDF 408 KB

    ROPS: Certified (July–December, 2012)
    May 23, 2012, PDF 747 KB

    FY2011–12

    ROPS: Re-Certified (January–June, 2012)
    May 18,2012, PDF 864 KB

    Closing Down Redevelopment Agencies

    Until 2011, a portion of County Property Tax funds was allocated to city and county redevelopment agencies. Those agencies sponsored re-development of economically challenged neighborhoods through partnerships with commercial real-estate developers.

    In 2011, a California Supreme Court ruling disbanded the redevelopment agencies, re-directing the tax funds to education and public safety.

    A portion of Property Taxes continues to be allocated to Redevelopment Agencies to pay down outstanding debt and cover administrative costs. Recognized Obligation Payment Schedules (ROPS) list funds dedicated to the dissolution of Redevelopment Agencies.

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