Successor Agency/Oversight Board

The State legislature passed and Governor Brown signed Assembly X1 26 dissolving redevelopment agencies throughout the state of California in 2011. The California Supreme Court upheld the legislation and set a dissolution date of February 1, 2012 when all redevelopment agency activities were suspended. Assembly Bill X1 26 established Successor Agencies and Oversight Boards whose purpose is to wind down the affairs of a dissolved redevelopment agency. 

Although State law dissolved redevelopment agencies effective February 1, 2012, certain documents must continue to be provided on a city’s website for past activities of its agency. This includes the Affordable Housing Database (AB 987). Please select the link below to view this document. For information regarding the Successor Agency to the dissolved Irvine Redevelopment Agency and the Oversight Board please see the links below.

Successor Agency Agendas

Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34179(j) on July 1, 2018 the Orange Countywide Oversight Board (“Oversight Board”) was established and has jurisdiction over the Successor Agency, including all other successor agencies in Orange County. The Countywide Oversight Board has fiduciary responsibilities to the holders of enforceable obligations and to the taxing entities that benefit from distributions of property tax and other revenues pursuant to Section 34188 of the Dissolution Law.

Orange County Oversight Board Agendas

Section 34177(m), 34177(o) and 34179 provide that each Redevelopment Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) is submitted to, reviewed and approved by the Successor Agency and then reviewed and approved by the Orange Countywide Oversight Board with final review and approval by the State Department of Finance.

Recognized Obligation Payment Schedules (ROPS):