Notice of Availability of Surplus Land

What is "Surplus Land"?

When the City of Cudahy declares a property as “surplus land” pursuant to the State Surplus Land Act, the Cudahy City Council will make a declaration of surplus during a public hearing. Following the declaration of surplus, the City must provide a Notice of Availability to eligible entities, including the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), any local public entity within the jurisdiction where the surplus local land is located, and developers who have notified HCD of their interest in developing affordable housing on surplus local land. 


Notice of Availability for five (5) parcels located on the SEC of Santa Ana/Atlantic Ave. 

Posted: August 24, 2023, notice period ends Sunday, October 29, 2023.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Surplus Land Act (California Government Code Section 54220 et seq.) (the “Act”), the City of Cudahy (“City”) hereby notifies those entities designated in Section 54222 of the Act of the availability for purchase of the City-owned land identified in Figure 1 attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the “Development Site”), for the purposes authorized in the Act, which land the City has declared surplus by Resolution No. 23-37, dated and adopted August 1, 2023, and prior to the disposition of the Development Site by the City, consistent with the Act and the City’s policies or procedures.
If you have any questions regarding the Development Site, you may contact the City’s representative, Juan Arauz, AICP, Community Development Director, at the telephone number or email address listed in the Notice of Availability. 
If interested in purchasing the City-owned land for an authorized purpose under the Act, you must notify the City in writing of your interest in purchasing or leasing the land within 60 days of the date of this Notice of Availability. Written notices of interest must be sent if at all, must be received within 60 days of the date of this Notice of Availability.