(21-047-MRFP 39) Southern California AG: SRP-5 Imperial County Colonias Infrastructure Plan. The County of Imperial, located near the U.S./Mexico border, is home to a rich agricultural community in an area encompassing 4,284 square miles. The County contains nine unincorporated communities known as Colonias. Imperial County is the only county in the State that contain Colonias designations recognized by HCD and the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Some of the challenges that Colonias face are based on the fact that most are situated in remote and isolated areas of the County, away from crucial services and resources. As a result, residents located in these areas lack sewer, water services, and paved roads as well as affordable housing in their communities. The challenge of building affordable housing in these areas is that additional infrastructure is needed such as sidewalks, curb and gutters, storm water system, and pavement to name a few. The Colonias are a prime opportunity for community planning to identify the infrastructure needed to develop more housing. The proposed plan, Imperial County Colonias Housing Infrastructure Needs Assessment, shall identify and prioritize the infrastructure needed to increase the much-needed housing stock in the unincorporated Colonias of the County.
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