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NSP Target Areas

The table below provides basic information for each NSP Target Area. The information includes target area name, Supervisorial District, total area, corresponding HUD Risk Score, and the NSP map number.

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Project Name District Area (SQ Miles) HUD Risk Scores NSP MAP Number

Lakeland Village/Wildomar

1

10.48

8,9

I - 1

Lake Elsinore

1

30.33

7,8,9

I - 2

Temescal Canyon

1

33.1

8

I - 3

Eastvale

2

24.14

8

II -1

Home Gardens

1,2

1.04

8,9,10

II -2

Norco

2

10.59

7,8

II -3

Rubidoux

2

12.03

7,8,9

II -4

Canyon Lake

3

5.95

8,9

III - 1

East Hemet

3

3.43

8,9

III - 2

French Valley

3

54.63

8

III - 3

Menifee

3

67.29

8,9

III - 4

Murrieta

3

25.36

7,8

III - 5

San Jacinto

3

20.62

8,9

III - 6

Temecula

3

19.50

7,8

III - 7

Blythe

4

5.48

9

IV - 1

Cathedral City

4

7.79

7,8,9

IV - 2

 Indio

4

15.93

7,8,9

IV - 3

Thousand Palms

4

71.63

9,10

IV - 4

Banning

5

13.00

8,9,10

V - 1

Beaumont

5

8.86

8,9

V - 2

Desert Hot Springs

5

23.57

10

V - 3

Highgrove

5

1.53

9

V - 4

Perris

5

11.78

8,9

V - 5

Upon review of the table, the following should be noted:

  1. All five supervisorial district have NSP Target Areas
  2. Target areas are located in unincorporated areas and thirteen cooperating cities
  3.  22 out of 23 (96%) of the target areas comprise block groups with HUD Risk scores of 8 or higher
  4. 12 out of 23 (51%) target areas comprise block groups with HUD Risk Scores of 9 or higher
  5. The NSP Target Areas comprise 478.06 square miles or 6.99% of the County’s total CDBG program area; and

NSP Target Area Maps provide visual representations of the County’s NSP Target Areas. The maps indicate the fixed boundaries of the target areas, concentrations of foreclosed units, and HUD Risk Scores. In addition, each map identifies political boundaries, major roads and highways, and contains a legend identifying the types of foreclosed properties. Census Block Group data for the twenty-three (23) designated NSP Target Areas is also available.

Given the significant size of the County of Riverside, and the large amount of NSP funds, the County has determined that designating twenty-three target areas is appropriate and equitable. Further, these limited target areas will allow for the focused investment of NSP funds in neighborhoods that have been most impacted by the foreclosure crisis.

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