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Important Updates:

COVID-19/Coronavirus - The City of Chula Vista is here to serve you. While in-person services are limited, many services are available online. For more details, please visit our Coronavirus page here

 

 

 

Housing & Neighborhoods

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Working Together to Enhance Your Quality of Life

When our neighborhoods are safe and thriving, our residents prosper, the local economy grows, and there is a sense of shared pride. We believe that a great neighborhood means opportunities for a diversity of people at all income levels to live and grow, neighbors knowing and supporting each other, and residents, business owners, and the City, working as partners to enhance

 the quality of life.

Access to decent, affordable housing can improve education, employment and physical and mental health outcomes for individuals and families.  The City of Chula Vista is in the process of developing its long term strategic plan for housing and determining how to use its housing dollars.   Your voice matters!   Take 10 minutes to share your thoughts at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HousingElementCV

 

Assistance During COVID-19

NEW Update:  Emergency Order to extend our Eviction Moratorium through July 31, 2020

EVICTION MORATORIUM - Delay in Rent/Mortgage Payment

On March 17, 2020, the Chula Vista City Council enacted a temporary eviction moratorium in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The moratorium provides eviction protection for residents and commercial tenants and is in effect through June 30th as extended by the Chula Vista City Council.  Please visit the Housing Division’s Measures to Support During COVID-19 website to learn more about the ordinance.

ASSISTANCE

Many individuals and families have been impacted by the outbreak and more will continue to be affected. The San Diego Foundation has established a COVID-19 Community Response Fund to provide resources to nonprofit organizations with deep roots in supporting vulnerable communities across San Diego County. If you are a San Diego resident in need of assistance with rental, mortgage and utility assistance, please apply for assistance with the United Way's Worker Assistance Initiative. To get information about other resources and support in San Diego, contact 211 San Diego to be directed to a service provider. Other community resources click here.

Rental Assistance:   South Bay Community Services (SBCS)

South Bay Community Services is in support of families in need as the COVID-19 pandemic persists. In partnership with the City of Chula Vista, SBCS is currently accepting applications for a rental assistance program to help lower-income households in Chula Vista who are facing financial hardship due to the effects of COVID-19. Please see SBCS’ website for eligibility requirements and application for the program. Please note that this program is funded through federal funds and therefore certain program restrictions will apply. 

Mission

Our mission is to build strong families and to strengthen the social and physical fabric of the Chula Vista community by creating and sustaining decent, safe and affordable living environments to foster stability in the home and the neighborhood and empowering our diverse residents as change agents for their quality of life.

Can I be Your Neighbor?

San Diego County is one of the most unaffordable places to live in the country.  Entry level professionals like our teachers, medical workers and police officers are finding fewer options for living near their work.  Families are doubling up.  Living with roommates is the norm.  Kids are moving back home.  Seniors with long established roots in the community are moving out of state for cheaper housing.

SAY YES to quality Homes for all Incomes, In all Areas!   See our updates to Policies and Programs to have your opinion heard and considered when it comes to Housing for All in All Areas of our community.

Housing & Community Development Goals

Housing  and Community and Development programs and policies within the City of Chula Vista are guided by the 2013-2020 Housing Element of the General Plan and the 2015-2019 Five-Year Consolidated Plan for its HUD entitlement programs.  The City is required to provide the State annual reports on progress towards meeting its identified goals and implementing programs (Annual Housing Element Report and Successor Housing Agency Annual Report). 

Need Help Right Away?   Start with 2-1-1.

If you are homeless or concerned that you will be homeless soon, please call 211, email at 211help@211sandiego.org, or go to the website: 211 San Diego.

2-1-1 San Diego is a countywide referral service who can connect you with more than 2,000 community agencies providing 5,000 health and human service programs.  Help is available 24 hours a day.  2-1-1 staff speaks more than 150 languages to assist you.

How may we help you? (Click on a topic below)

Housing Opportunities

rentalinfo
Rental Information
Landlord Tenant Resources

mobilehome
Mobilehomes

resouces
Resources

 buyeropportunities
Homebuyer Opportunities

buildingaffordable

Building Affordable Housing

 

accomplishments
Recent Accomplishments

 homerepair

Home Repair

federalgrants

Federal Grants (CDBG/HOME/ESG)

 

fheo50

Fair Housing

 

Safe, Sustainable & Revitalized Neighborhoods

LosVecinosresidentonpark  CV Police Activities League (PAL)
 Safe & Healthy Neighborhoods Getting Involved in Your Community
 Teamwork  Calling
 Helping Neighborhoods Help Themselves Who to Call When...

 


Contact Us

City of Chula Vista - Housing DivisionHousingHoriz
276 Fourth Avenue, Building C
Chula Vista, CA 91910          

For directions download the City map.

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday   8 am - 5 pm
Friday   8 am - 12 pm 

Important Phone Numbers

Housing Information Line

(619) 585-5600

Automated voice service available 24/7 which provides general information and allows persons to leave messages related to mobilehome issues, affordable rental housing, home repair assistance, and first-time homebuyer programs. 

Housing General Line

(619) 691-5047 For general information about the City’s Housing services. 

Fax

(619) 585-5698


Housing Staff

Housing Manager

(619) 691-5263

Leilani Hines 

Administrative Staff

(619) 691-5047

Monica Rodriguez

Sr. Management Analyst(s)

(619) 476-5375

Jose Dorado


(619) 691-5036

Angelica Davis

 Management Analyst (619) 409-1976 Dania Gonzalez

  

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