Grants & Housing

Redeveloped Housing
The City of Ventura provides for numerous community development, and affordable housing activities through the Redevelopment Agency, federal grants including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs, and the city's Affordable Housing Program. Through these programs, Ventura's neighborhoods are enhanced and stabilized by eliminating blighted conditions, developing affordable housing, preserving and repairing existing housing stock, opportunities, constructing and repairing infrastructure such as roads, intersections, and parking lots, making accessibility improvements, providing shelter for homeless individuals and families, educating communities through training programs and library services, assisting community groups and councils in serving the community, and much more.

Community Development Grants Programs


Ventura receives federal funds each year through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to be used in developing viable communities and create affordable housing.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)


In developing viable communities, Ventura utilizes CDBG funds In providing decent housing, establishing and maintaining a suitable living environment, and expanding economic development activities.

HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program


The City utilizes HOME funds to increase the supply of decent, affordable housing to low- and very low-income households, while expanding the capacity of nonprofit housing providers and leveraging private sector participation.


Affordable Housing Program


Affordable Housing Program - Ventura's Affordable Housing Program encompasses rental and for-sale housing units throughout the city that are restricted in cost in order to be affordable to low- and moderate-income families. Persons meeting the eligibility criteria may be able to rent or purchase an affordable unit, depending on availability. Certain restrictions are attached to affordable units in order to maintain long-term affordability.

Schedule


  • Monday - Thursday, excluding holidays
    7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Address:
    995 Riverside Street
    Ventura CA 93001
  • Phone: 805-648-5008
  • Fax: 805-643-7984
  • Email
  • Website

Keep Your Home California Resources - California Housing and Finance Authority programs for California Homeowners


The State of California is providing mortgage assistance to low- and moderate-income residents who are unemployed, and those falling behind in payments.  If you feel that you are in need of assistance, please visit Keep Your Home California to see if you qualify, find contact information, eligibility criteria, and other helpful resources.