Community Housing Resources

In partnership with the City of Alameda Department of Community Development, Housing Authority staff manages several federally and locally funding programs. These include the Home Investment Partnerships program (HOME) and the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. Through these programs AHA offers rental and residential rehabilitation assistance, completes capital improvements in eligible neighborhoods, and also funds community and social service programs. The City also sponsors a program for first time homebuyers that can assist a limited number of eligible households.

City of Alameda Community Needs Survey




The City of Alameda Social Service Human Relations Board (SSHRB) serves as an advisory board to the City Council, and we are currently conducting an Online Survey regarding the housing, community development, and social service needs in Alameda. The City of Alameda receives federal and other funds each year for housing, community development and social service projects. The City of Alameda wants you to have a voice in how this money is invested.

We encourage you to take the time to complete this survey so that the Social Service Human Relations Board and City of Alameda can make informed decisions and recommendations that include projects and programs that Alamedans believe to be most important. 

Information collected by this survey will also be useful for the City of Alameda, the Alameda Unified School District and Alameda social services agencies as they plan for the future of their organizations.  

Please assist us by completing this survey. The Survey Closes Midnight, Monday, December 11th.  


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