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Published by tgerber, 2020-07-27 11:46:56

HACSJ 2019 Annual Report V2

HACSJ 2019 Annual Report - Web

2019

ANNUAL REPOR1 T


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

DALE COSE LESTER PATRICK RYAN GRESHAM PATRICIA BARRETT
Chairperson First Vice-Chairperson Second Vice-Chairperson Commissioner

JON MENDELSON MARTHA MOORE RUDOLPH WILLEY
Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner

EXECUTIVE TEAM

PETER W. RAGSDALE GERALD “CHIP” JONES ALAN R. COON MELINDA HAZARD
Executive Director Deputy Director General Counsel Director of Finance

CARENA LANE THOMAS E. GERBER RICKY LOPEZ
Director of Occupancy and Director of Information Director of Construction

Housing Compliance Technology Management

ON THE COVER Sierra Vista Phase I & II - Stockton, CA

2 *Photo courtesy of the Stockton Police Department


Sierra Vista Phase I Dorothy Trammull John Adams OUR TEAM
Edgar Alcaraz John Varela
Stockton, CA Erica Perez Juan Tapia Oeun Prak
Eunice Johnson Kara Maguire Pablo Mendez
Adrian Nisihuro Fabiola Davis Long Lee Peter W. Ragsdale
Alan R. Coon Flor Robles Lorice Rigmaden Quang Nguyen
Alejandra Chavez-Montanez Francisco Gomez Lorne Jimenez Richard Ortiz
Andres Moreno Gerald “Chip” Jones Lovie Thompson Ricky Lopez
Angelica Barretto Heidi Lane Mai Hang Roeun Kuong
Anita Renteria Henry Cobbs Maria Tellez Sally Silvey
Antoinette Reed James Braitman Marion Jones Jr. Serena Ramirez
Aysha Spaulding James Preston Mary Lopez Suzan Ossino
Bee Xiong Jaqlin Castro Mary Yang Tajsha Harris
Brenda Ward Jeanette Garibay Melinda G. Hazard Tanisha Thompson
Bridget Salaices Jennifer Magud Michelle Hurtado Thomas E. Gerber
Carena Lane Jessica Quan Michelle Mah Tom LaBounty
Carmen Lambert Jesus E. Lopez Michelle Williams Venetta Hempstead
Celso Chavez Jesus Lopez Monette Kelly Winnie Le
Cesar Garza Jesus Romero Monica Martinez Yeng Vang
Cheryl Morgan-Mitchell Joe Frausto Nancy Glossa Yolanda Lopez
Connie Henderson Joe Gastello Jr. Octavia Duncan
Conrado Alcantar
Coral Gomez
Daniel Sanchez
Doi Do

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OUR DEVELOPMENTS

Turnpike Commons

Turnpike Commons will be a 9-unit housing
development for the homeless in Stockton, CA

DELTA COMMUNITY DEVELOPERS CORP. (DCDC)

Delta Community Developers Corp. (DCDC) is a nonprofit subsidiary
of the Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ). DCDC
manages three Migrant Centers (two in French Camp and one in
Lodi) and a privately owned, four-unit complex in Stockton. DCDC is
the developer side of the Housing Authority that partners with other
agencies to bring affordable housing to San Joaquin County.

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS: FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS:
Sierra Vista I | Sierra Vista II
Crossway Residences | Crossway Park Sierra Vista III | Victory Gardens
Cottage Village | Medici Artist Lofts Sonora Square Apartments
Turnpike Commons Creekside South Apartments
Tracy Apartments Phase I
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70 YEARS IN THE MAKING

Sierra Vista Phase I Ribbon Cutting

Stockton, CA

SIERRA VISTA I SIERRA VISTA II

Sierra Vista Phase I is the first redevelopment phase Sierra Vista II is the second redevelopment phase of the
of HACSJ’s oldest public housing development, Sierra Sierra Vista community. This phase will replace 57 units
Vista. This phase replaced 63 aged and deteriorating with 100 modern, energy-efficient affordable housing
public housing units with 115 modern, energy-efficient units. Funding for this project includes a HACSJ capital
affordable housing units. Funding for this project included contribution, City of Stockton HOME funds, Low-Income
a HACSJ capital contribution, Low-Income Housing Tax Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), and permanent financing.
Credits (LIHTC), and permanent financing. This phase is The rents for this project will be subsidized by the Low-
fully occupied and rents for these units are subsidized Income Public Housing program and Housing Choice
by the Low-Income Public Housing program and Housing Project-Based Vouchers. This development is expected
Choice Project-Based Vouchers. to be completed in winter 2020.

Sierra Vista Community Center

Stockton, CA

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COTTAGE VILLAGE CROSSWAY RESIDENCES I & II

Cottage Village Senior Apartments is developed through Crossway Residences is an adaptive reuse project funded
a partnership with DFA Development and consists of through a grant from SJC Behavioral Health Services
48 affordable housing apartments for income eligible (SJCBHS) to convert HACSJ’s former administrative
seniors in Manteca, CA. This project was made possible offices into 26 affordable supportive studio apartments for
by funding from the City of Manteca, San Joaquin County, behavioral health clients. Rental subsidies for these units
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), and permanent will be provided through the Housing Choice Project-Based
financing. HACSJ is providing Housing Choice Project- Voucher program and supportive services will be provided
Based Voucher rental assistance for these units and are by SJCBHS. Crossway Residences I will be completed in
expected to be completed by summer 2020. fall 2020 and Crossway Residences II will be completed in
winter 2020.

MEDICI ARTIST LOFTS CROSSWAY PARK STREET

Medici Artist Lofts is developed through a partnership with HACSJ is renovating Crossway Park Street Apartments
DFA Development for the adaptive reuse of the 12-story through a grant from SJC Behavioral Health Services
Medico-Dental building in downtown Stockton. Funding (SJCBHS). Funding for this project will allow HACSJ
for this project includes Low-Income Housing Tax Credits to renovate and modernize the building that was built
(LIHTC), permanent financing, and City of Stockton funds. in the 1930s to create 11 apartments. The units will
This 34-unit project has received a Temporary Occupancy be rented to SJCBHS clients with rental assistance
Permit and will be leased with preference for local artists. provided through the Housing Choice Project-Based
HACSJ is providing Housing Choice Project-Based Voucher Voucher program and supportive services provided
rental assistance for 27 units in the project. This project by SJCBHS. This project has an expected completion
has an expected completion date of summer 2020. date of fall 2020.

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RESIDENT
SUCCESS

CHANTELLE FAISON

Conway Homes Resident
Chantelle is a participant of the Jobs
Plus Conway Homes Program and the
Stockton Community Kitchen, a small
business incubator. After receiving her
business license for the Rainbow Velvet
Café, she was hired by Mayor Michael D.
Tubbs to cater an event at San Joaquin
Delta College with 100 attendees.

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SUCCESS PROGRAMS DELIA LOPEZ

JOBS PLUS CONWAY HOMES Conway Homes Resident

HUD AWARDS $2.3 MILLION Delia is a Jobs Plus Conway Homes
FOR JOBS PLUS PROGRAM participant and was hired by Medline
Medical Distribution in October 2019.
In 2019, the Housing Authority was awarded $2.3 million for She is part of the production depart-
the Jobs Plus Conway Homes Program. The purpose of Jobs ment and has already received a raise
Plus is to develop locally based, job-driven approaches to and a $2,000 bonus, which she plans
increase earnings and advance employment outcomes through to use to purchase a new vehicle.
work readiness, employer linkages, job placement, educational
advancement, technology skills, and financial literacy for
residents of public housing. The place-based program addresses
poverty among public housing residents by incentivizing and
enabling employment through income disregards for working
families, and a set of services designed to support work. Ideally,
these incentives will build a culture of work and making working
families the norm.

FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY

“Thank you Housing Authority for helping me purchase “We are so proud of purchasing a recent property with the
homeownership program with the San Joaquin Housing
our first home.” Authority and we are very happy about this program. This
– John Espinoza, FSS Homeownership Participant is a remarkable lesson we will never forget.”

8 – Minh Nguyen, husband of Tha Huynh,
FSS Homeownership Participant


SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Donovan
Collins

2019 Scholarship
Recipient

The Housing Authority Scholarship Foundation provides merit-based All of this would not be possible without
post-secondary scholarships with zero administrative costs to our generous sponsors. We would like
students living in subsidized affordable housing. The recipients may
be the first in their family to attend college, and it is a critical first step to give a special thanks to our
in changing the trajectory of their lives. For the 2019-2020 academic Title Sponsor, F&M Bank.
year, $20,000 was awarded to 10 students attending various schools
including UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UCLA, Louisiana State
University and the University of the Pacific. To date, the Scholarship
Foundation has awarded over $110,000 in scholarships.

In 2019, the Housing Authority hosted a 2-week long Conway Homes 2019
youth tech camp at Conway Homes in partnership Summer Tech Camp
with local nonprofit, UNeed2. Participants learned to
build and break down computers and were able to Angel Rojas-Ortiz, Azalia
bring home a desktop that they built. Additionally, a Ramirez, Arturo Ramirez
small team from our Conway Homes Girls Who Code
club competed in the H2O Hackathon and received
the “Future Innovators” award along with a $200
cash prize.

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FINANCIALS

Unaudited Statement $ $Statement of Revenues, Expenses

of Net Assets and Changes in Net Assets

as of September 30, 2019 for the Period Ending September 30, 2019

ASSETS: REVENUES:

Cash and Investments ......................................... $14,354,693 HUD Operating Subsidy and Grants *................... $44,966,604
Accounts Receivable ............................................. $2,314,061 Dwelling Rental Income .......................................... $4,174,421
Prepaid Expenses and Other Assets ........................ $540,709 Other Government Grants ** .................................... $287,760
Land, Structures & Equipment .............................. $96,112,822 Investment Income .................................................. $119,592
Accumulated Depreciation ............................... (-$56,991,882) Other Income ........................................................... $772,440
Construction in Progress ...................................... $4,354,360
Deferred Outflows of Resources ............................ $2,401,130 Total Revenues $50,320,817

Total Assets $63,085,893 * HUD - U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development

** Other Government Grants - U.S. Department of
LIABILITIES: Agriculture and California Department of Housing
and Community Development
Accounts Payable ................................................. $1,039,252
Notes Payable ....................................................... $5,834,983 EXPENSES:
Other Liabilities ...................................................... $1,626,728
Accrued Pension Liability ..................................... $14,385,167
Deferred Inflow of Resources ................................ $1,466,296

Total Liabilities $24,352,426 Housing Assistance Payments ............................ $33,807,472
Administration ....................................................... $6,594,353
CAPITAL: Maintenance and Operations ................................. $3,340,493
Tenant Services ......................................................... $76,567
Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt.... $37,639,745 Utilities .................................................................. $1,326,666
Restricted Net Assets .............................................. $544,351 General Expenses .................................................. $1,734,100
Unrestricted Net Assets ........................................... $548,799 Interest Expense ...................................................... $210,663
Depreciation .......................................................... $2,970,926
Total Capital $38,732,895

Total Expenses $50,061,240

TOTAL CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES $63,085,321 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS: $259,577

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2020 VISION

VICTORY GARDENS Victory Gardens – Phase I

Victory Gardens will be a 49-unit affordable French Camp, CA
supportive housing development for homeless
veterans. This project will be located near San TURNPIKE COMMONS
Joaquin General Hospital next to the future Veterans
Administration Clinic. Funding for Victory Gardens Turnpike Commons will be a 9-unit housing
includes a ground lease from San Joaquin County development for the homeless in Stockton, CA
(SJC), SJC HOME funds, California Emergency and is being developed through a partnership with
Shelter Housing funds, Veterans Homeless Stocktonians Taking Action to Neutralize Drugs
Housing Program funds, and Low-Income Housing (STAND), Stockton Shelter for the Homeless, and
Tax Credits (LIHTC). All units will be subsidized with Central Valley Low Income Housing Corporation
Housing Choice Project-Based Vouchers through (CVLIHC). Funding for this project comes from
the HUD-VASH program and resident services will the State of California’s Homeless Emergency Aid
be provided by LifeSTEPs. This project is currently Program (HEAP), City of Stockton Community
in predevelopment with an anticipated completion Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, and a grant
date of Fall 2022. from Wells Fargo Bank. These units will be subsidized
with Housing Choice Project-Based Vouchers and
CHARTER SCHOOLS will serve families experiencing homelessness. The
land for these units has been acquired and work is
HACSJ is working with two charter school underway for design and construction. This project
providers to bring charter schools to Conway has an expected completion date of Fall 2021.
Homes and Sierra Vista and plans to ground
lease the land for both sites. Through our request SONORA SQUARE APARTMENTS
for proposal process, Aspire Public Schools was
selected as the provider for Sierra Vista Homes Sonora Square Apartments will provide 19 housing
and KIPP Public Charter Schools for Conway units for individuals and families experiencing
Homes. Both providers anticipate constructing homelessness and mental illness. HACSJ will be
K-12 grade campuses. The Conway Homes and applying for competitive No Place Like Home funds
Sierra Vista pilot schools are expected to open to convert a commercial space into apartments
in the Fall of 2020. and construct new units on vacant land. Rental
assistance for these units will be provided through
the Housing Choice Project-Based Voucher
program and SJC Behavioral Health Services will
provide supportive services to the residents.

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OUR RESPONSE
TO COVID-19

During this pandemic, the Housing
Authority County of San Joaquin
remains open and committed to

serving our community.

The Housing Authority has
established a COVID-19 hotline
and e-mail for additional inquiries.

Please call our COVID-19 hotline
at (209) 460-5002 or e-mail us at

[email protected]

Please be safe and stay healthy!

2575 Grand Canal Boulevard, Suite 100 @SJCHousingAuth
Stockton, CA 95207 @SJCHousingAuthority
@SJCHousingAuthority
209.460.5000 SJC Housing Authority
hacsj.org


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