Development Services

News Arhchive 2023

FTHAP - Stay Informed

Apply For First-Time Homebuyer Assistance!

Eligible applicants can receive up to $20,000 in down payment and closing cost assistance for first-time home purchase. 

Action Plan Meeting - Stay Informed

Provide Input on the FY 2024 Action Plan

Join us along with The Long Beach Community Investment Company for the first public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2024 Action Plan on Wednesday, April 19, 2023.

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Explore the Updated Development Map

Check out our interactive mapping tool to view and learn about new developments happening around Long Beach.
LBDS 2022 YIR - Stay Informed

LBDS Annual Report Now Available

Check out the Department’s 2022 in Review, a report highlighting our most significant achievements and projects citywide.
Action Plan Meeting - Stay Informed

Provide Input on the City's Action Plan for Federal Funding

Provide comments on the City's Fiscal Year 2023 Action Plan at a public hearing conducted by The Long Beach Community Investment Company at 4 p.m. on March 15, 2023.

QR Reports - Stay Informed

Q4 Quarterly Reports Now Available!

View the Q4 2022 Quarterly Reports on key metrics to see how each of our Bureaus did last quarter.
LBPAADU - Stay Informed

Save Time and Money on Your Next ADU Project!

Get access to pre-approved plans with the City’s new Pre-Approved Accessory Dwelling Unit Program.
2023 New Building Codes - Stay Informed

New California Building Standards Code Now in Effect

As of January 1, 2023, all projects must comply with the 2022 Edition of the California Building Standards Code and the Long Beach Municipal Code, as required by state law. 
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Apply to Join the Neighborhood Leadership Program

Are you a Long Beach resident looking to make a lasting difference in your community? Learn more and apply to join the Neighborhood Leadership Program (NLP) Class of 2023! 

Affordable Housing NOFA

Funding Available for Affordable Housing Developers

The Department is seeking to award up to $5 million to qualified housing developers for the production of affordable rental housing in the city.