There are a limited number of affordable housing programs in the City of Huntington Beach for qualified lower-income residents. Each program has different application process and eligibility criteria as described below.
Section 8 Vouchers - The Orange County Housing Authority administers the federal Section 8 housing assistance program in Huntington Beach. Participating Section 8 households receive a direct rent subsidy from the Housing Authority. Call the Housing Authority at (714) 480-2740 for more information or to place your name on the Section 8 waiting list.
HUD Assisted Projects - There is currently one apartment project in Huntington Beach that is subsidized directly by HUD to provide affordable housing for lower income households. For more information on eligibility requirements or to place your name on the waiting list, contact the Huntington Villa Yorba Apartments at:
Huntington Villa Yorba
16200 Villa Yorba Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Affordable Housing ~ Bond Properties - There are three apartment buildings in Huntington Beach that have agreements with the City to provide housing for lower-income households. Each has its own application and may have a waiting list.
|18191 Parktree Circle||(714) 842-0802|
|Five Points Seniors Apartments
(seniors only) website: www.hbseniorliving.com
|18561 Florida Street||(714) 848-3883[Call for availability or see website]|
|18765 Florida Street||(714) 842-4006|
Other Affordable Properties - The City of Huntington Beach and the Huntington Beach Redevelopment Agency have partnerships with many local property owners to provide affordable rental housing for lower-income households. Each property is owned and managed by the owner, not be the City. Each has its own eligibility requirements and application process.
Obtain the list of properties with contact and eligibility requirement information through these links:
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