Our Mission, News, Notices
Come Give Your Input to the Santa Monica Housing Commission
The City of Santa Monica Housing Commission will hold a Commission Retreat from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 14, 2015 in the Multipurpose Room of the Santa Monica Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica, California 90401. The Housing Commission, a seven-member board that advises the Santa Monica City Council on affordable housing issues, will formulate its priorities and direction for 2015 at the retreat. Members of the public are invited to attend and provide input.
For more information on the Housing Commission's work, click here.
Santa Monica Housing Authority 2015 Draft Administrative Plan
The City Council/Housing Authority Board of the City of Santa Monica will hold a public hearing to receive comment and adopt proposed revisions to the Santa Monica Housing Authority's Administrative Plan & Annual Plan. The Administrative Plan establishes oversight policies to operate the Santa Monica Housing Authority's (HA) housing rental subsidy programs in a manner consistent with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations. The draft Administrative Plan & Annual Plan is now posted for review during the 45-day public comment period ending March 6, 2015. Please send your written comments to: ATTN: Administrative/Annual Plan, 1901 Main St, Ste A, Santa Monica, CA 90405. Click here to view the draft Plans.
The Nifty 50: California Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications in Housing
The Consumer Protection Unit of the Santa Monica City Attorney's Office has launched a new website for tenants with disabilities and their landlords. The website will compile 50 real-life stories of accommodations and modifications that can be made to improve access and enjoyment of housing for tenants with disabilities. You can view this resource at www.reasonableaccommodations.org
The Housing Division is dedicated to preserving
existing affordable housing in Santa Monica and creating new housing
opportunities for residents with low and moderate incomes. Pressures on the
existing housing stock in Santa Monica from market forces and changes to
state and federal laws will impact affordable housing opportunities for low
and moderate income persons and families. The Housing Division works with
private affordable housing developers and multifamily property owners to
ensure that economic diversity, a hallmark of Santa Monica, continues to
flourish and that longtime residents can remain in their households.
This MAP illustrates
the affordable housing developments in Santa Monica created through
investment of federal, state and local affordable housing funds.