Eureka Economic Development & Housing531 K Street Eureka, CA 95501
A community cannot flourish without affordable, adequate shelter for its citizens. As California’s housing prices continue to rise, we work to ensure that all residents have access to the variety of housing options needed to thrive and prosper in Humboldt County. Through our Housing Programs, we strive to see that our neighborhoods are well cared for and maintained.
All City Housing program elgigible properties must be licated with in the city limits of Eureka. These programs currently include:
Offers financial assistance at below-market rates to low-income property owners for health and safty repairs. CalHome, 2012 Community Development Block Gran (CDBG) award and Program Income funds, HOME-PI, and LOCAL funds.
To assist low to moderate income households in realizing the dream of home ownership by providing a deferred payment, second mortgage loan as a down payment to an eligible first mortgage loan (with monthly payments, including property tax and insurance impounding) for qualified homebuyers while funding lasts.
Many loan programs include limited grant funds for the evaluation, testing, and mitigation of verified Lead Based Paint Hazards..
To encourage the removal of large pieces of trash and unsightly debris from residential neighborhoods. The City works in collaboration with the Eureka Police and Fire Departments and Humboldt County Environmental Health for properties located within the city limits of Eureka in need. Owner occupied residential properties only. Commercial and rental properties are encouraged to seek clean up as required by property or business owners as these are income properties.
Grant funding suspended due to a lack of duning source. A waiting list is established and will remain active for owner occupants and landlords with low income qualified tenants, who wish exterior repairs to residences, if reactivated.
This program has been SUSPENDED due to a lack of funds..
As required by AB987, all redevelopment agencies must compile a database of "existing, new and substantially rehabilitated" housing units assisted with Low and Moderate Income Housing Funds or used to satisfy the Eureka Redevelopment Agency's replacement housing.
Contact us today to find out more information about how you may qualify for any of these programs.