The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) assists very low-income families in renting
decent, safe and sanitary rental units available on the open market. The families
pay a portion of their income toward rent and the Housing Authority, with funds
from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, pays the remainder. The
rental unit must pass regular inspections and the rental amount must be approved,
but the family chooses where to live. For more information,
If you need help completing the application process, please contact 916-440-1390.
Si necesita ayuda para completar el proceso de solicitud, llame al 916-440-1390.
Nếu quý vị cần giúp đỡ hoàn tất quy trình đăng ký, vui lòng liên hệ theo số 916-440-1390.
Если вам нужна помощь в подаче заявления, позвоните по телефону 916-440-1390.
The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency owns and manages more than 3,000
public housing units within the City and County of Sacramento. These housing units
consist of a variety of apartments, duplexes and single family homes. Low-income
families pay a portion of their income toward rent each month, based on their income.
A criminal background and landlord reference check is required prior to admission
into the program. For more information,
Applicants that are on a wait list must notify the Housing Authority of any changes to the family information that was submitted
on their HCV or Public Housing pre-application within 30 days of the change. Changes such as address, email address, family composition,
and preferences must all be reported to ensure that you receive notification when you are selected from the wait list, and to ensure you
are selected for the correct bedroom size so that your application process can be completed.
To report a change, please complete a Pre-Application Update Form, which is available for download from www.shra.org.
The Housing Authorities of the County and City of Sacramento are considering establishing a homeless preference for the Housing Choice Voucher and Public Housing programs. This will impact the priority of families offered subsidized housing assistance from the various waiting lists. To find out when public meetings are scheduled on this matter,