Hayward Redevelopment Successor Agency
The Hayward Redevelopment Agency officially dissolved on February 1, 2012 and was replaced with the Hayward Redevelopment Successor Agency in accordance with ABx1 26 and AB 1484. The Successor Agency oversees the winding down of all former redevelopment agency activities including the payment of enforceable obligations and disposition of former agency assets and properties, with the ultimate goal of dissolving the former Redevelopment Agency.
The Successor Agency is governed by a seven member Oversight Board. The membership of the Oversight Board consists of representatives from the seven largest affected taxing entities (ATEs) within the former Redevelopment Project Area. The current membership of the board is:
- City of Hayward Representative - Mayor Barbara Halliday
- Hayward Unified School District Representative - Lisa Brunner
- Chabot-Las Positas Community College District Representative - Carla Walter
- Alameda County Representative - Supervisor Richard Valle
- Hayward Recreation and Park District Representative - Director Paul Hodges
- Former RDA Representative - Stacey Bristow
- General Public Representative - Kris Adhikari
Beginning on July 1, 2018, the local Hayward Successor Agency Oversight Board will be replaced by a larger county-wide Alameda County Oversight Board.
You can find all Oversight Board meeting agendas here:
Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS)
Each year the Successor Agency must submit a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for approval by the Oversight Board as well as the California Department of Finance. The Successor Agency is only allowed to pay for those items deemed enforceable obligations by the California Department of Finance. For the Hayward Successor Agency these largely consist of debt service payments, project management costs, contractual obligations, and administrative costs.
You can find a copy of the FY2017 ROPS below:
Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP)
In addition to the ROPS, the Successor Agency must also dispose of any and all real property of the former Redevelopment Agency. The Long Range Property Management Plan details the disposition and future use of such properties. The Agency must complete compensation agreements with the affected taxing entities prior to diposing of any real property. This process is currently underway.
The LRPMP was approved on September 4, 2015. You can find a copy of the LRPMP below:
Other Dissolution Information
Due Diligence Reviews
The Successor Agency received its Low and Moderate Income Housing Due Diligence Review on March 1, 2013 and its Other Funds and Accounts Due Diligence Review on September 13, 2013.
Finding of Completion
The Successor Agency received its Finding of Completion on November 8, 2013.
Asset Transfer Review
The Successor Agency received its Asset Transfer Review on November 24, 2014.
Agency Contact Information
John Stefanski, Management Analyst