On June 29, 2011, Governor Brown signed into law Assembly Bill x1 26 (AB 26). AB 26 dissolves all existing California Redevelopment Agencies, effective February 1, 2012, and allows each city or county as applicable, to establish itself as the Successor Agency to its Redevelopment Agency. AB 26 also allows each city or county to assume responsibilities for housing functions previously undertaken by the Redevelopment Agency.
On August 23, 2011, by Resolution No. 11-0251, the City of Stockton passed a resolution stating that it would serve as Successor Agency to the Stockton Redevelopment Agency (Successor Agency), and would assume Redevelopment Agency housing functions.
AB 26 created an oversight board to direct and or approve actions of the Successor Agency. The Stockton Successor Agency Oversight Board was established and began meeting in April 2012. For more information, visit the Stockton Successor Agency Oversight Board.
Redevelopment Project Area Maps
- Stockton Redevelopment Project Area (1.60 MB)
- North Stockton Redevelopment Project Area (603 KB)
- South Stockton Redevelopment Project Area (4.73 MB)
- Midtown Redevelopment Project Area (602 KB)
- Waterfront Redevelopment Project Area (4.33 MB)
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