What is a low-income community (LIC)?
Low-income communities (LICs) are the census tracts, respectively, that are either at or below 80 percent of the statewide median income, or at or below the threshold designated as low-income by the California Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) Designated Income Limits.
CALeVIP 1.0 incentive projects use the HCD 2016 State Income Limits. Find these income limits on the Priority Populations Investment 3.0 webmap.
CALeVIP 2.0 incentive projects will use the HCD Revised 2021 State Income Limits. Find these income limits on the Priority Populations Investment 4.0 webmap.