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The City of Monterey’s Housing and Property Management Division administers and manages a variety of programs, each of which are subject to specific income eligibility criteria. Income eligibility for these programs is determined by comparisons with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) income limits currently in effect at the time of program application. The current income limits, adjusted for household size, are indicated below.
The income limits are set annually by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Here's the website: https://www.huduser.gov/portal/datasets/il.html
Click on the "click here for 2020 documentation' and then select California and Monterey County. Once you get there they have an explanation on how it is calculated.
Some programs also use income numbers from the State, which are based on HUD's numbers, but have nuanced differences depending on the program. Here's the state page: https://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/income-limits/state-and-federal-income-limits.shtml
Extremely Low Income (CDBG HUD Limits, 30% AMI)
Very Low Income (CDBG HUD Limits, 50% AMI)
Low Income (CDBG HUD Limits, 80% AMI)
Median Income: (100% of HCD Published AMI)
Moderate Income: (120% of HCD Published AMI)
*HUD limits shall be used for all HOME and all CDBG funded activities
Updated May 31, 2019
HUD Limits Effective June 1, 2019
HCD Limits Effective April 26, 2019
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Voice: (831) 646-5614
C. Thane Wilson
HCD Coordinator - Projects & Programs
Voice: (831) 646-3728
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570 Pacific Street
Monterey, CA 93940