Yes, here is the link to LAHD’s webpage: https://housing.lacity.org/affordable-housing-linkage-fee
The Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) is a required part of the housing element update process that is used to quantify the housing needs for each jurisdiction in California.
You can find information about the City’s Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) Plan and process by visiting LAHD’s AFH webpage: https://housing.lacity.org/assessment-fair-housing
“As a co-applicant, Housing Department (LAHD) works collaboratively with the applicant to develop competitive applications and serves as the lead department for the City’s AHSC application process. LAHD coordinates with other city departments including the Department of Transportation, Bureau of Engineering, Department of City Planning, Bureau of Street Lighting, Bureau of Street Services, and Economic and Workforce Development Department. LAHD also works closely with the appropriate Council District Offices, LA Metro, and our technical assistance service provider.
Since AHSC Round 3, the City of Los Angeles has been responsible for the design, construction, and completion of all transportation-related improvements. The City of Los Angeles therefore receives the transportation-related grants, while the developer receives the housing related loans and/or grants.