City of Long Beach Housing Authority is a public housing agency that helps provide decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. City of Long Beach Housing Authority manages several funded programs and has a total of 60 subsidized affordable housing units for rental assistance. City of Long Beach Housing Authority administered a total of 6,797 Section 8 Vouchers. City of Long Beach Housing Authority currently has Section 8 as its program type. City of Long Beach Housing Authority is located at 521 E. 4th St., Long Beach, CA, 90802 and serves the city of Long Beach. Income limits, fair market rents and rent rates vary with each agency. Please contact City of Long Beach Housing Authority at, (562) 570-6985 for more information about coverage area and program availability.
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The City of Long Beach Housing Authority's waiting list has been closed since 2003. We do anticipate opening towards the second quarter of 2015. If you wish to be notified personally of its opening, please visit the website and register for e-notify. An email will be generated to notify the news in regards to our waiting list as well as other helpful affordable housing news such as other wait list openings. Here is the link: http://www.longbeach.gov/enotify/default.asp.
The City of Long Beach Housing Authority (HACLB) administers the City's Rental Housing Assistance Programs. These Assistance Programs are designed to provide financial and technical assistance services to low-income, elderly, and disabled residents of Long Beach so they can live with dignity in decent, safe, and sanitary housing conditions.
Currently HACLB, in partnership with more than 2,500 property owners, assists over 6,300 households that lease units in the City of Long Beach, through various programs.
HACLB also provides special supportive services to our families through the Family Self Sufficiency Program and Homeownership Programs. These programs provide financial and literacy training, the development of escrow accounts, career and academic guidance, and resource referrals. Job training is also provided through a partnership with the City's Workforce Development Bureau to further assist in the transition of our families to economic self-sufficiency and finally homeownership.
HACLB's mission is to provide high quality housing assistance for Long Beach's low income households through:
Effectively and efficiently utilizing resources
Promoting a positive image through excellent customer service and clear and open communication
Continually educating staff and clients.
The Housing Authority of the City of Long Beach, California (HACLB) provides rental assistance for decent, affordable housing to over 6,300 low-income Long Beach households. These households rent privately-owned residences from more than 2,500 local landlords.
|Size of City of Long Beach Housing Authority compared nationally||Large|
|Total Numbers of Communities||N/A|
|Total numbers of Administered Section 8 Voucher||6,797|
|Total numbers of Administered Public Housing Units||N/A|
|Waiting list for the City of Long Beach Housing Authority is currently||Open|
Fair Market Rents are HUD's determination of the average rents in a particular area for each bedroom size. The FMRs are set each year based on the rental rates of unsubsidized units so that participants in HUD programs have equal access for affordable housing. Here are the Fair Market Rents for Los Angeles County, CA: