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Antioch

27,860

38,750

10,890 39.1%

18,100

30,830

12,730

70.3%

8,487

n/a

Brentwood

, 6 870

, 16 530

9,660

140.6%

5,540

15,440

9,900

178.7%

6,600

n/a

Clayton

3,850

4,990

1,140

29.6%

1,190

1,660

470

39.5%

313

n/a

Concord

43,190

46,630

3,440

8.0%

60,980

78,460

17,480

28.7%

11,653

8,213

Danville

14,170

16,740

2,570

18.1%

9,160

12,750

3,590

39.2%

2,393

n/a

El Cerrito

10,140

10,620

480

4.7%

7,560

8,150

590

7.8%

393

n/a

Hercules

6,170

8,790

2,620

42.5%

3,880

6,170

2,290

59.0%

1,527

n/a

Lafayette

9,170

9,760

590

6.4%

9,200

10,200

1,000

10.9%

667

77

Martinex

14,030

15,850

1,820

13.0%

20,250

27,970

7,720

38.1%

5,147

3,327

Moraga

5,660

6,320

660

11.7%

4,300

5,410

1,110

25.8%

740

80

Oakley

8,500

11,390

2,890

34.0%

3,990

14,370

10,380

260.2%

6,920

4,030

Orinda

6,500

7,250

750

11.5%

4,600

5,100

500

10.9%

333

n/a

Pinole

6,650

7,260

610

9.2%

6,180

7,900

1,720

27.8%

1,147

537

Pittsburg

16,900

24,850

7,950

47.0%

21,180

31,660

10,480

49.5%

6,987

n/a

Pleasant Hill

13,450

14,580

1,130

8.4%

18,580

22,070

3,490

18.8%

2,327

1,197

Richmond

34,190

38,840

4,650

13.6%

43,110

59,790

16,680

38.7%

11,120

6,470

San Pablo

8,900

9,310

410

4.6%

8,030

10,110

2,080

25.9%

1,387

977

San Ramon

16,280

28,410

12,130

74.5%

38,580

59,970

21,390

55.4%

14,260

2,130

Walnut Creek

29,360

32,240

2,880

9.8%

54,270

63,930

9,660

17.8%

6,440

3,560

Unincorporated

57,020

71,630

14,610

25.6%

21,410

28,740

7,330

34.2%

4,887

n/a

Contra Costa County

338,860 ######

81,880

24.2%

360,090

500,680

140,590

39.0%

93,727

11,847

CONTRA COSTA

Illustrative Example (a)

Housing

Projected Housing

Balance (b)

Challenge (c)

Population, Household and Employment Growth 2000-2020

Jurisdiction

ABAG Household Projection

2000

2020

  • #

    Change % Change

2000

ABAG Jobs Projection

2020

  • #

    Change % Change

Notes: (a) The Regional Agencies Smart Growth Steering Committee has adopted a range of calculations of how many units are needed to house projected workers, which range from 80,000 to 115,000 units for Contra Costa County. For illustrative purposes only, the high end of this range is shown and disaggregated in thes

  • (a)

    Represents the new households needed to match job growth assuming 1.5 employed residents per household.

  • (b)

    Represents the difference between current ABAG household projections and the number of households needed to achieve jobs housing balance.

Projected Affordability Need:

Very Low Income: 19% Low Income: 11% Moderate Income: 25% Above Moderate Income: 45%

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