The Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin, STAND Affordable Housing,
Central Valley Housing and Stockton Shelter for the Homeless are developing in
partnership critically needed homeless housing using manufactured homes in Stockton!
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 Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funding
which provided capital dollars for an adaptive reuse development converting
formerly commercial buildings into 26 studio apartments.
Affordable Housing Wait Lists Opening
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Project-based voucher rental assistance for seniors, disabled,
and family households for specific properties.
Applications will be accepted online only.
Sierra Vista Phase l & ll
As Sierra Vista Phase l nears completion, phase ll
can be seen rising out of the ground. Phase l & ll will provide
much needed new homes for the residents of our community.
Sierra Vista Phase l Ribbon Cutting and Phase ll
Groundbreaking Celebration. Ribbon Cutting event
was held at the new Sierra Vista Community Center,
Thank you to all that joined us in celebrating.
Sierra Vista Phase I
Cottage Village Senior Apartments
Cottage Village Senior Apartments is located in Manteca, CA. Cottage Village
consists of 48 one and two bedroom apartments, 42 of which will be fully ADA
accessible. The Housing Authority will provide Project-Based rental assistance.
The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) will open the wait list
for Cottage Village Apartments; an affordable housing property for seniors
only (age 62 and older) beginning on November 6, 2019 at 8:00 AM.
Golf for Education Classic
Thank you for joining us and making our 11th annual golf tournament
fundraiser a huge success. To date our annual fundraiser helps to
provide scholarship opportunities to local residents in affordable
housing. With your contributions and support, we have awarded
over $100,000 in scholarship awards to 95 participants.
San Joaquin County lost 59% of State and
Federal funding for housing production and
preservation from FY 2008-09 to FY 2017-18.