Extended filing deadlines announced for 18 positions within HCD’s new Disaster Recovery Unit. Learn more .
Now Accepting Public Comments
Surplus Land Act Draft Guidelines – Public comment starts November 13, 2020 and ends December 7, 2020. Learn more
Housing Element Compliance
Residential Impact Fees in California (PDF) — AB 879 (Grayson, Chapter 374, Statutes of 2017) required HCD to commission a study about the reasonableness of local impact fees charged to new housing developments. HCD contracted with the Terner Center for Housing Innovation to prepare the study. The Terner Center is solely responsible for the content of this report.
Streamlined Ministerial Approval Process (SB35) Statewide Determination Summary (PDF) — Updated June 25, 2019 — Summary of jurisdictions that are not currently subject to the streamlined ministerial approval process (SB 35 streamlining) and jurisdictions that are subject to SB 35 streamlining for developments with at least 10 or 50 percent affordability.
Interactive map — Shows which cities and counties in California are on pace to meet their housing needs (and which are subject to California's new "Streamlined Ministerial Approval Process"). View map .
Project-Based Rental Assistance Round 2 Notice of Funding Availability — Applications are accepted on an over-the-counter first come first serve basis. Learn more .
Community Development Block Grant program — Multiple Application due dates. Learn more.
Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus (CARES Act), Notice of Funding Availability – Applications accepted Over-the-Counter: July 8, 2020 – September 21, 2020. Learn more. Application deadline extended to February 1, 2021 ONLY for jurisdictions with Homekey Reservations – Lean more.
Permanent Local Housing Allocation, Non-Entitlement Local Government Competitive Notice of Funding Availability — Applications due: November 30, 2020. Learn more .
Permanent Local Housing Allocation, Entitlement and Non-Entitlement Local Government Formula Component Notice of Funding AvailabilityReopening – Applications due December 31, 2020. Learn more.
Mobilehome Park Rehabilitation and Resident Ownership Program – Applications are due Over-the-Counter: July 6, 2020 - January 6, 2021. Learn more.
No Place Like Home program – Competitive allocation applications are due: January 19, 2021. Learn more.
Regional Early Action Planning Grants, Notice of Funding Availability — Applications due: January 31, 2021. Learn more.
Technical assistance to address homelessness — HCD is now offering more than 13,000 hours of assistance, at no cost, to counties and Continuums of Care. What’s available? How do I access the assistance? Learn more.
Public Lands for Affordable Housing — New law takes effect January 1, 2020 to connect developers who are interested in building more affordable homes to local, publicly owned land that is both available and suitable for housing development. Learn more.
Accessory Dwelling Unit Handbook (PDF) — The new ADU Handbook, dated September 2020, is now available. The handbook contains updated ADU and JADU laws, explains various provisions to creating ADUs and JADUs and also includes a Frequently Asked Questions section.
HCD helps to provide stable, safe homes affordable to veterans, seniors, young families, farm workers, people with disabilities, and individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
Warehouse Artist Lofts
Infill infrastructure Grant Program
Multifamily Housing Program
1st and Rosemary
Family and Senior Apartments
Affordable Senior Living in San Francisco
Metro at Chinatown
Senior Lofts in Los Angeles
1st and Rosemary
Family and Senior Apartments
The Sacramento Senior Safe House serves as a comfortable and healing atmosphere for abused and neglected seniors. HCD’s funding helped build this safe haven for seniors who are recovering from real-life nightmares.
John is one of those seniors. He was hospitalized after being beaten so badly that he lost his sight in one eye.
Before Sacramento Senior Safe House was created, John and other abused seniors like him would have been placed in less-than- ideal temporary quarters like motels or hospitals, and may have continued to be dependent on those who had abused them.
“Everything got a lot better when I came here. I didn’t have to worry anymore,” says John. After their physical wounds have healed, vulnerable seniors are able to mend psychologically in the loving refuge of Sacramento Senior Safe House, funded in part by HCD.