(A)   Additive zone - Additive zone designations act as a suffix to the underlying zone designation. The AAHOP additive designation is "-AH." The -AH designation does not change allowable uses and/or density from the underlying zone but adds the right to develop properties in a manner consistent with this Division 7C.
   (B)   Selection of AAHOP sites - The parcels and aggregations of parcels with the -AH additive zone designation are shown in the housing element (2030 general plan, chapter 8) supplement 2. AAHOP-designated sites do not necessarily have to be available for sale or require owner permission to be "-AH" designated, although both conditions are preferred. Supplement 2 may be amended to add, remove, or modify the AAHOP sites by the city council as a component of an AAHOP zone change ordinance.
   (C)   Rolling inventory - If an AAHOP-designated site is approved for a non-AAHOP use with a general plan or zoning amendment, use permit, or other action the city shall designate a replacement AAHOP site (or combination of sites) if required to maintain a "tolling" AAHOP potential unit inventory that meets or exceeds the then-remaining RHNA allocation for extremely low, very low, and low income housing for the current RHNA planning period, as calculated by the director. The city shall be responsible for the designation of replacement AAHOP site(s) within one year from the date of the approved entitlements unless the rolling inventory for extremely low, very low, and low income housing subsequently exceeds the remaining RHNA need. Private parties may propose AAHOP sites through the rezoning process in combination with an AAHOP application process.
   (D)   Evaluation of sites for AAHOP inventory - In determining additional parcels or groups of parcels that may be suitable for the -AH additive zoning, potential sites shall be evaluated for their potential compatibility with adjacent land uses and availability of public services and found to either be suitable or have the potential to be suitable with appropriate design that transitions to adjoining neighborhoods.
(Ord. No. 2913)