The Housing Authority welcomes its first residents to
move in to the new Sierra Vista I apartments. This
redevelopment phase consists of 115 apartments with
one, two, three, and four bedrooms including a manager’s
“Living in a government funded community wasn’t
a goal in my life. Unfortunately circumstances made
this something I needed. My experience at Conway has
been good. All of the staff are very friendly and
accommodating, and I’m very happy here.”
– Lawanda Cross
Join us for our annual fundraiser to provide scholarship
opportunities to local residents in affordable housing.
With you contributions and support, we have awarded
over $90k in scholarships to 85 participants.
San Joaquin County lost 59% of State and
Federal funding for housing production and
preservation from FY 2008-09 to FY 2017-18.
The Housing Authority received funding from
San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services
to renovate the Authority's former administrative
buildings. The project is a collaboration of MHSA
(Mental Health Services Act) funding which
provided capital dollars for an adaptive reuse
development converting formerly commercial
buildings into 26 studio apartments.