Housing and Community Development

Promoting safe affordable housing opportunities and improved communities in the San Diego region.

CDBG Projects

 

It is the goal of the County of San Diego Department of Housing and Community Development to provide excellent customer service, and we invite you to assist us by providing feedback through this brief online customer service survey.  We value your time and your opinion!

 

There is an important opportunity to bring additional federal dollars to our region to end homelessness. - On September 16, 2014, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) published a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Fiscal Year 2014 Funds in the Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition. The Regional Continuum of Care Council (RCCC), with San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria as Chair, is eligible to apply for approximately $15 million in the CoC's Annual Renewal Demand. In addition, this year the RCCC has the ability to apply for approximately $2 million of new HUD dollars for a single bonus project that provides Permanent Supportive Housing for chronically homeless individuals and families. HUD has deemed San Diego as "high priority" for additional resources to serve people who are chronically homeless. 

Together we can end homelessness in San Diego.

For more information on the CoC or the RCCC please visit:
http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/sdhcd/homeless/supportive_housing_program.html

 

HCD would like to hear from you!  In order to identify needs in the unincorporated area of the county and the cities of Coronado, Del Mar, Imperial Beach, Lemon Grove, Poway, and Solana Beach, HCD requests your input by completing an online Community Needs Survey that provides your observations about these areas.  You may also fill out the printable version (please see the links below) and return it to us.  Thank you for your participation.  

New Video – "Fair Housing and Disability: Reasonable Accommodations"

This six-minute video was designed to inform housing providers of their rights and responsibilities under state and federal fair housing laws. Disability is one of the most frequently cited basis of housing discrimination complaints. Problems can arise when rental property owners/resident managers do not understand their obligation to make changes in rules and policies in order to provide reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities.

To view this and other fair housing information, go to http://www.fairhousingoc.org.  

HCD Wins NACo Award! - The National Association of Counties (NACo) granted County HCD a 2014 Achievement Award for its innovative program designed to assist homeless families to break the cycle of homelessness which targets those families with children who graduate from federally-funded transitional housing programs. The program titled "A Plan to Eliminate Homelessness for Families with Children" received the award in the category of Human Services. HCD is proud to be recognized by NACo and will continue to work to build better neighborhoods and serve those most vulnerable within our community.