The California Legislature eliminated redevelopment agencies by a measure enacted June 28, 2011. The Loma Linda Redevelopment Agency no longer exists. Dissolution of the former Redevelopment Agency is handled by the Successor Agency to the Loma Linda Redevelopment Agency.
The Successor Agency is governed by members of the City Council. The Successor Agency is to make payments of enforceable obligations as listed on a newly-created document called a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule, or "ROPS." The ROPS, as well as other activities of the Successor Agency are subject to review by an oversight board and by the Department of Finance of the State of California. The Successor Agency conducts public meetings under the Brown Act.