A Nexus Study was prepared by Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. (KMA) for the City of Campbell, pursuant to contracts both parties have with the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. The report was prepared as part of a coordinated work program for twelve jurisdictions in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Silicon Valley Community Foundation with Baird + Driskell Community Planners organized and facilitated this multi-jurisdiction effort. Silicon Valley Community Foundation, which engaged KMA to prepare the analyses, serves as the main contracting entity with each participating jurisdiction, and has provided funding support for coordination and administration of the effort.
The Summary, Context Materials, and Recommendations report (“Summary Report”) provides a concise version of the affordable housing nexus studies prepared by KMA and presents
analyses designed to provide context for policy decisions. It also outlines recommendations for
the City of Campbell regarding updates to the City’s affordable housing requirements for
residential development and consideration of a potential new affordable housing impact fee for
non-residential development. Two separate nexus technical reports are attached to the Summary Report, Attachment A:
Residential Nexus Analysis and Attachment B: Non-Residential Nexus Analysis. The two nexus
reports provide the technical analyses and documentation to support adoption of affordable
housing impact fees on residential and non-residential development in the City of Campbell. The City of Campbell held a Public Hearing on October 4th, 2016 to discuss the findings and recommendations of the Nexus Study (Item #11). The staff report begins on page 202 of the meeting packet. The City of Campbell has not adopted any affordable housing impact fees at this time.