Employed Residents: 23,903
Housing Units: 16,898
Employed Residents per Household: 1.46
Jobs per Employed Resident: 1.11
Jobs-Housing Balance Ratio: 1.51
Source: ACS 2017 5 year estimates
Low-Wage Jobs-Housing Fit Ratio: 10.14
Source: 2015 LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics. For more information about the jobs/housing calculations visit our jobs and housing page.
2019 Homeless Count: 74 Persons, all unsheltered (-21% from 2017)
Source: 2019 Homeless Point In Time Count
Average Monthly Rent: $2,368
Rent Change Year over Year: -10%
Source: Rent Cafe, April 2021
|Extremely Low-Income||Very Low-Income||Low-Income||Moderate Income||Total Units||Affordable % of total Housing Stock|
SOURCE: Units reported in the Housing Element Annual Performance Report that received building permits in 2019 were added to the unit counts in the previously reported 2018 Base Year table. This methodology necessarily means that any ELI units, if any, are included in the VLI category since that is how HCD has required production data to be reported. The RHNA data on new units relies on self-reporting by jurisdiction and can include units for which building permits were issued that never got built. The percentage of the total housing stock in the community is based the California Department of Finance’s Table E-5. See more information on our affordable housing assets page.
2014-2022 Regional Housing Needs Allocation
Campbell Permit Progress as of 2019
|Affordability Level||RHNA Goal||Permits as of 2019||Percent Progress|
|Very Low Income||253||11||4%|
Permitting progress as of December 2019. Source: HCD 2019 Housing Element Annual Progress Report Permit Summary.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)
All California cities and counties are mandated to permit ADUs and JADUs according to state law. The Legislature further updated ADU and JADU law effective January 1, 2021 to clarify and improve various provisions in order to promote the development of ADUs and junior accessory dwelling units (JADUs). These include allowing ADUs and JADUs to be built concurrently with a single-family dwelling, opening areas where ADUs can be created to include all zoning districts that allow single-family and multifamily uses, modifying fees from utilities such as special districts and water corporations, limited exemptions or reductions in impact fees, and reduced parking requirements. Please see the Accessory Dwelling Unit Handbook (PDF) for more information for local government bodies and homeowners interested in adding an ADU or JADU to their property. Our partner, the Housing Trust of Silicon Valley has kicked-off a major initiative, Small Homes, Big Impact to support ADU development throughout Santa Clara County, including outreach and education, and potential new financing mechanisms.
|2017||2018||2019||2020||Total||% of Countywide Total|
Affordable Housing Policies
Housing Element Policies
- Inclusionary Housing Requirement. Campbell has an inclusionary housing program that requires 15% of units in both for-sale and rental developments (of 10 or more units) be for low- to moderate-income households.
- Higher Density Housing. Campbell encourages higher density housing in the City’s Housing Opportunity Site Areas, though there is a maximum density of 27 units per acre.
- Development Incentives. For affordable housing developments, Campbell provides a density bonus of up to 35% (depending on level of affordability) and the potential for reduced parking ratios, consistent with state law.
- City of Campbell 2015-2023 Housing Element
- City of Campbell Inclusionary Housing Ordinance
- City of Campbell Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinance
- City of Campbell Housing Division
- City of Campbell Planning Division
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