The Affordable Housing Investment Plan (AHIP) is a strategic document that prioritizes how the City will use its resources to implement its programs and policies in the current planning period to meet its housing objectives. The AHIP also contains information on key City policies related to residential developments.
The AHIP complements two other major planning documents - the Consolidated Plan, which governs the use of federal funding, and the Housing Element, which is a state-mandated blueprint for how the City will plan to accommodate both market-rate and affordable housing demand expressed through its Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) goals.
Below are San Jose's current and recent Affordable Housing Investment Plans.
- Affordable Housing Investment Plan 2017/18 - 2021/22
- Affordable Housing Investment Plan 2016/17 - 2017/18
- Affordable Housing Investment Plan 2015/16 - 2016/17
- Five-Year Housing Investment Plan 2007-2012 Executive Summary
- Five-Year Housing Investment Plan 2007-2012 Full Report
Specific information on the City's performance under its production programs can be found in the Housing Production section of this site.
For questions or comments, please email the Policy and Planning Team or call 408-975-4451.