Housing and Economic Development 
1901 Main Street, Suite C
Santa Monica, CA 90405

Our Mission, News, Notices


The Administrative Plan details the rules and regulations that govern the Santa Monica Housing Authority's operations. The parameters for these policies are established by Federal laws and regulations. Issues that are not addressed in this document may be governed by Federal, State and local regulations and HUD Notices, Memos and guidelines.

The publication of the draft Revised Plan commenced a 45-day public comment period, which will end on November 7, 2016. **Please note there are new proposed revisions, which have extended the public comment period**

A hard copy is available to view upon request at the Santa Monica Housing Authority Office at:

1901 Main Street 1st Floor Suite A

Santa Monica, CA 90405

Please send your written comments to the above address, ATTN: Administrative Plan, by November 7, 2016.

The Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, November 22, 2016 At 6:30p.m. in the City Council Chambers located at 1685 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA

The Council Chambers are wheelchair accessible. If you have any special disability-related needs or accommodations, please contact the Housing Authority at (310) 458-8743.

Discretionary Changes can be read in this document.

The entire Draft Plan Revision can be found here.

 Discretionary changes are included in green. The non-discretionary changes, those that are guided by directives from Federal laws and regulations, are in red.

The original Draft Plan, before the new additions, can still be viewed here, and the original discretionary changes list can be viewed here.

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26th Street Preservation/Renovation Information Sheet 

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The Application for Project Based/Site Specific Vouchers is open. Click here to download the documents required to initiate the eligibility review process. 

Please note that is opportunity is only open to residences in Santa Monica. Property owners must refer tenants to the pre-application.

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2016 Santa Monica Renter Needs Survey

Santa Monica City Council wants to find ways to sustain residents living in Rent Control residences.

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Click here to view the January 2016 Santa Monica Housing Authority's request for an increase in the exception payment standard

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Housing Information Reference List

The following are links to reports and reference material related to the City of Santa Monica's affordable housing programs.

 

City of Santa Monica 2013-2021 Housing Element

City of Santa Monica 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan

FY 2011-2014 Action Plan to Address Homelessness

FY 2013-2014 Proposition R Annual Report

FY 2013-2014 Proposition I Annual Report

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

HUD Community Planning & Development Cross Program Funding Matrix for Santa Monica, California

2014 Santa Monica Rent Control Board Consolidated Annual Report

February 28, 2012 City Council Report on Housing Needs Study Session

May 21, 2015 Slideshow Presentation on Community Corporation of Santa Monica

How Much do you Need to Earn to Afford a Modest Apartment in Your State? (National Low Income Housing Coalition)

Affordable Housing Finance: 5 Counties with the Biggest Affordable Housing Gap

LIFF Capital for Healthy Families & Communities: Social Impact Calculator

July 16, 2015 Housing Commission Presentation by David Martin, Director of Planning & Community Development

July 16, 2015 Housing Commission Presentation by Andy Agle, Director of Housing & Economic Development


 

2017 Santa Monica Housing Authority Utility Allowance Schedules

The Santa Monica Housing Authority mailed notices to all tenants dated August 1, 2016 seeking comments regarding the new Utility Allowance Schedules that will become effective on January 1, 2017. Tenants were given 30 days to provide any written comments regarding the new Utility Allowance Schedules. The 30-day comment period has expired. Only one written comment was received. The comment raised a concern about the financial impact that the new Utility Allowance Schedules could have on a tenant. The new 2017 Utility Allowance Schedules can be viewed here or at the Santa Monica Housing Authority located at 1901 Main Street, 1st Floor, Suite A, Santa Monica, CA, during business hours.


 


 

 

Our Mission

 1349 26th Street

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.

Publicly Assisted Housing Map

This MAP illustrates the affordable housing developments in Santa Monica created through investment of federal, state and local affordable housing funds.

 

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