The purpose of Ordinance No. 860 is to establish by law a housing policy in furtherance of the goals and objectives identified for the Kauaʻi County Housing Agency in Section 2-1.16 of the Kauaʻi County Code 1987. Ordinance No. 860 includes workforce housing requirements for residential and resort developments, and codifies procedures used to administer housing development programs. The Ordinance is effective June 10, 2008 as Ordinance No. 860.
Administrative Rules know as "The Administration of Chapter 7A, Kaua'i County Code, Pertaining to the Housing Policy for the County of Kaua'i" was adopted on July 21, 2015 for the purpose of implementing the goals and objectives of Chapter 7A, Kaua'i County Code 1987.
2019 Income, Rental and For Sale Limits
Pursuant to Ordinance No. 860, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the County with the Kaua'i median household income amount each year. In addition, HUD provides income limits, by household size, for extremely low income households that earn thirty percent (30%) of the median household income, very low income households that earn fifty percent (50%) of the median household income, households that earn sixty percent (60%) of the median household income, and low income households that earn eighty percent (80%) of the median household income. The Housing Agency provides Workforce Housing and Gap Group income limits utilizing the Kaua'i median household income and HUD's methodology.
2019 Annual Income Limits
2019 Rental Limits by Family Size
2019 Rental Limits by Bedroom Count
2019 For Sale Limits by Family Size
2019 For Sale Limits by Bedroom Count
2019 For Sale Limits by Income
NOTE: The 2019 Income Limits are not in effect for the HOME Program. The 2018 Income Limits for the HOME Program were effective on June 1, 2018. HOME grantees may not use income limits until the effective date of the income limits each year.