Housing

The Permit Center is Open for In-Person Services:

Walk-ins are now welcome, while appointments are strongly encouraged, by calling 510.577.6004. 


Housing Services

  • For Emergency Rental Assistance - Call 211 first, then Kristal from Davis Street at 510-347-4620 x163
  • For Eviction Moratorium questions - Call Tanya from ECHO at 925-449-7340 (response in 24-48 hours). 
  • Affordable Housing Resources - Call 211 first, then Kristal from Davis Street at 510-347-4620 x163.
  • Tenant-Landlord Mediation/Legal Assistance - Call Tanya from ECHO at 925-449-7340 (response in 24-48 hours).
  • Tenant Relocation Ordinance - Call Tanya from ECHO at 925-449-7340 (response in 24-48 hours). 
  • Mobilehome Park Space Rent Stabilization - Call Maryann at 510-577-6005.
  • Owner-Occupied Minor Home Rehabilitation Program - Call Lucie from Rebuilding Together at 510-625-0316 x102.

Program Information

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COVID-19 Rent / Utilities Program

Are you behind on rent or utilities because of COVID-19? Visit the Alameda County Housing Secure website.

For additional information or for eligibility and application help, call 211.

Alameda County Housing Secure Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ACHS-ERAP)

The Alameda County Housing Secure Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ACHS-ERAP) will help income-eligible households pay rent and utilities, both for past due and future payments. The federal Consolidate Appropriations Act of 2021 provides funding to support the program.

Phase 1 of the program will launch on March 17, 2021. Phase 1 of the program will prioritize 

  1. Tenant households making less than 30% of the area median income
  2. Small rental property owners (5 units or less)
  3. Tenants in subsidized affordable housing units. These priorities will be expanded in Phase 2

San Leandro Eviction Moratorium Information

Additional Housing Programs

The Housing Services Division administers the City's federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program for use in housing and community development projects that serve primarily low-income persons. In addition, the Housing Services Division also administers the federal HOME Program, and the Inclusionary Housing Program. The division also provides staff support for the City's Rent Review Board.