Successor Agency


The San Bruno City Council serves as the governing board of the Successor Agency, which is a legally separate unit of local government. The Successor Agency does not meet on a regular schedule. If needed, the Successor Agency may meet in a joint meeting with the City Council. 

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  • Rico E Medina, Chair
  • Tom Hamilton, Vice-Chair
  • Sandy Alvarez
  • Marty Medina
  • Michael Salazar

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The Successor Agency to the San Bruno Redevelopment Agency was created to administer the dissolution and wind-down of the former Redevelopment Agency (former RDA), which was dissolved by statute on February 1, 2012. All assets, properties, contracts, and records of the former RDA were transferred to the Successor Agency for administration. An Oversight Board was established to review and approve the actions of the Successor Agency.

The San Bruno City Council serves as the governing board of the Successor Agency, which is a legally separate unit of local government.

Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS)

The ROPS details the enforceable obligations of the Successor Agency, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34169. The Successor Agency must present the ROPS to the Oversight Board for approval. The following ROPS have been approved by the Oversight Board. Click on the relevant item below to open a document.

ItemDate ApprovedTime Period
ROPS 22-23 (PDF)
January 10, 2022
7/1/2022 to 6/30/2023
ROPS 21-22 (PDF)
January 11, 20217/1/2021 to 6/30/2022
ROPS 20-21 (PDF)
January 13, 20207/1/2020 to 6/30/2021
ROPS 19-20 (PDF)January 28, 20197/1/2019 to 6/30/2020
ROPS 18-19 (PDF)January 23, 20187/1/2018 to 6/30/2019
ROPS 17-18 (PDF)January 9, 20177/1/2017 to 6/30/2018
ROPS 16-17 (PDF)January 25, 20167/1/2016 to 6/30/2017
ROPS 15-16B (PDF)September 21, 2011/1/2016 to 6/30/2016
ROPS 15-16A (PDF)February 27, 20157/1/2015 to 12/31/2015 
ROPS 14-15B (PDF) September 15, 2014 1/1/2015 to 6/30/2015 
ROPS 14-15A (PDF) February 3, 2014 7/1/2014 to 12/31/2014 
ROPS 13-14B (PDF) September 17, 2013  1/1/2014 to 6/30/2014 
ROPS 13-14A (PDF) February 4, 2013  7/1/2013 to 12/31/2013 
3rd ROPS (PDF) August 21, 2012  1/1/2013 to 6/30/2013 
2nd ROPS (Revised) (PDF) May 2012  7/1/2012 to 12/31/2012 
1st ROPS (PDF) May 2012  1/1/2012 to 6/30/2012 
1st ROPS (Revised) (PDF) April 13, 2012  1/1/2012 to 6/30/2012 
Administrative Budget (PDF) April 13, 2012  2012 to 2013
2nd ROPS (Draft) (PDF) February 29, 2012 7/1/2012 to 12/31/2012 
1st ROPS (Draft) February 29, 2012 1/1/2012 to 6/30/2012 

Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule (EOPS)

On September 13, 2011, the former RDA adopted a resolution approving the initial EOPS covering debt, projects, and staffing from the period of August through December 2011. On January 24, 2012, prior to its dissolution, the former RDA adopted an amendment to the EOPS in order for the former RDA and the City, as Successor Agency, to continue making payments on enforceable obligations of the RDA from January through June 2012, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34169.

EOPSApprovedTime Period
Initial Draft EOPS (PDF)
 September 13, 2011  8/1/2011 to 12/31/2011
Amended EOPS (PDF)January 24, 2012  1/1/2012 to 6/30/2012 

Long-Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP)

The former RDA owned one property located at 470 San Mateo Avenue in the City's downtown, which was used as a pocket park since 2009. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 34191.5, the Successor Agency prepared a Long-Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP), which was approved by the Oversight Board and the California Department of Finance (DOF). Pursuant to the LRPMP, the property has been transferred from the Successor Agency to the City for a "governmental purpose", which is defined to include parks (Health and Safety Code Section 34181(a)).

Housing Successor

On January 13, 2012, the City elected to retain the housing assets and functions previously performed by the former RDA. Unlike the Successor Agency to the former RDA, as the Housing Successor, the City will act in its own capacity relative to the former housing functions of the former RDA. The RDA's final Five Year Implementation Plan for FY 2009-10 through 2013-14 provides information regarding the former RDA's efforts to increase and improve housing affordable to very low, low, and moderate-income households.

The Housing Successor is responsible for managing subsidy payments and monitoring annual compliance with affordable housing covenants of three affordable housing projects, which received assistance from the Former Redevelopment Agency. All three projects are located within The Crossing development:

  • AvalonBay I- 60 rental units affordable to very low-income households
  • AvalonBay II- 37 rental units affordable to very low-income households
  • Village Senior Apartments- 228 rental affordable to very low-income households over 55 years of age