FY 2017 Annual Report
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The theme for this year’s annual report is “Preserving Our Past and Building for the Future.” The three broad goals of the AHMP – supply, access, and sustainability – work together to ensure that housing affordability and stability are part of Arlington’s vision to be a diverse and inclusive community. Sometimes maintaining existing housing aligns with the preservation of historic resources, and other times redevelopment may be the most appropriate option to increase the supply of committed affordable housing. Arlington County leadership understands that balancing preservation with redevelopment is critical to maintaining Arlington’s unique history and character while supporting its economic growth and vibrancy.
While this report highlights FY 2017 achievements, many projects and priorities are multi-year initiatives, so we also describe future efforts for the rest of FY 2018 and beyond, as well as looking back to report on achievements over time, particularly related to Arlington’s housing portfolio.
The report is structured by each of the goals and objectives of the Affordable Housing Master Plan. Complete data sets of the 61 indicators developed as part of the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan are available here, and will be updated annually. Arlington County takes its leadership and stewardship roles seriously, and, in this new annual report, we hope that we’re able to show you how we’re doing. Let us know what you think.
FY 2016 Annual Report
Arlington Goals and Targets for Affordable Housing
The Annual Affordable Housing Targets Report details the County’s progress towards its Affordable Housing Goals. A Goals and Targets report has been produced annually since targets were established in 2003, documenting the level of success in the eleven goals. These goals and targets expired June 30, 2015, to be replaced by the Affordable Housing Master Plan that was adopted by the County Board in September 2015.