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The Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) Plan

The Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) Plan identifies fair housing issues and develops strategies to reduce existing barriers throughout the City of Los Angeles. Based on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) data, the City’s local data, as well as feedback gathered during the community participation and survey process, the AFH Plan outlines recommendations to promote fair housing choice and foster inclusive communities. The goals and priorities demonstrated in the AFH Plan will be used to inform future policy development in the City of Los Angeles.

The AFH Plan was adopted by City Council on October 25, 2017 (Council File: 16-0647).

Click on the following links to download the AFH Plan

AFH Plan (Full version)

I.     Executive Summary (English) | Executive Summary (Spanish)

II.    Fair Housing Goals and Priorities

III.   Appendices

View HUD’s Assessment of Fair Housing Tool.

Public Hearing

A public hearing was held on Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium during the public comment. It included a presentation on the proposed goals and strategies as well as an opportunity for the public to submit verbal or written comments.

Click the following links to view the Public Hearing Flyer (English)Public Hearing Flyer (Spanish)

View the Public Hearing Presentation.

Webcast link   Watch a recording of the public hearing.

Latest Status Update on Goals and Strategies

Please find the latest update on the progress of the City’s Assessment of Fair Housing Plan goals and strategies here.

More Information

For more information and to stay up to date on the City’s AFH, visit our website at Public Policy Development

If you have any questions regarding the AFH process, please send an email to hcidla.afhpolicy@lacity.org and include “AFH Questions” in the subject line.

Photo Courtesy of Abode Communities. Jim Simmons Photography.

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