Following the Supreme Court decision in California Redevelopment Association, et al. v. Ana Matosantos, et al., each redevelopment agency (RDA) within the State of California has been dissolved and no longer exists as of February 1, 2012.
January 10, 2012, the Board adopted a resolution electing the County of Mendocino
to serve as the Successor Agency to its Redevelopment Agency, and the Community Development Commission of the County of Mendocino to serve as the Successor Housing Agency.
On February 28, 2012, the Board adopted a Resolution adopting the Second Amended EOPS,
approving the ROPS, approving the Successor Agency budget, making certain
determinations regarding separate assets and liabilities of the Successor
Agency, and directing the CEO to take all actions necessary to effectuate
associated requirements of ABX1 26.
- August 29, 2012 - Agenda Supporting Document - Draft Minutes from May 2, 2012
- August 29, 2012 - Agenda Supporting Document - Draft Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) III - January - June 2013
- August 29, 2012 - Agenda Supporting Document - Draft ROPS Notes
- August 29, 2012 - Agenda Supporting Document - Draft ROPS Prior Period Payments
- August 29, 2012 - Agenda Supporting Document - Invoices Paid to August 24, 2012
Mendocino County Redevelopment Agency - Archive Information
Redevelopment is the primary economic development and affordable housing tool for California communities and one of the more effective ways for communities with limited resources to provide assistance to rehabilitate homes and businesses, create jobs, create investments and improve neighborhood conditions.
The Redevelopment Agency of the County of Mendocino was established by County Ordinance No. 4029 on January 26, 1999.
Authorized and organized under the provisions of the California Redevelopment Law, the Agency is an entity
legally separate from the County of Mendocino, and currently performs certain functions exclusively to the
Redevelopment Project Area. The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors also serves as in the capacity of the
Board of Directors of the Redevelopment Agency and Agency business is posted concurrently with the Master
Meeting Schedule for the Board of Supervisors.
On July 8, 2003 the Board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance No. 4111 adding Chapter 11.12 Adopting a Redevelopment Plan for the first Redevelopment Project Area in the unincorporated area of the county.
The Project Area contains approximately 772 acres and is located in the Ukiah Valley, generally parallel to U.S. Hwy 101.
Email the County Executive Office or call (707) 463-4441 for more details.